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  • Baltimore's Lester Speight defends the human race in 'Transformers 3'

    Baltimore's Lester Speight defends the human race in 'Transformers 3'
    When "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" posted a casting call for "Hardcore Eddie," every muscleman-actor on the way up in Hollywood went out for the part. They knew the character would be on-screen during crucial, cataclysmic action, right alongside...
  • Wrapping up the world of entertainment on DVD

    Wrapping up the world of entertainment on DVD
    For all of us who thought the cartoons at the top of the bill were the sweetest part of any night at the movies, Warner Home Video has released the ultimate new animation collection. "Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume I" finds the beloved cartoon...
  • Carroll movies

    now playing "The Adventures of Tintin 3D" (PG-13). Directed by Steven Spielberg, this animated tale is about a young reporter Tintin (Jamie Bell), and his faithful dog, Snowy, who face numerous adventures while fighting off shady characters. With...
  • One troop yields six new Eagle Scouts, all friends, all seniors at Hereford High

    One troop yields six new Eagle Scouts, all friends, all seniors at Hereford High
    Six seniors at Hereford High School have something in common with former president Gerald Ford, director Steven Spielberg, astronaut Neil Armstrong and Walmart founder Sam Walton. They all are Eagle Scouts. On Jan. 7, Boy Scout Troop 1908 held an...
  • '80s cartoon movies that should have been made instead of 'The Smurfs'

    '80s cartoon movies that should have been made instead of 'The Smurfs'
    What the Smurf?  I don’t think I’m alone in feeling that the endless promos for the upcoming “Smurfs” movie have been painful. I mean, even Neil Patrick Harris can’t save the day here. But the relaunch of “The Smurfs&...
  • 'Cowboys & Aliens': Round up the popcorn posse

    'Cowboys & Aliens': Round up the popcorn posse
    When the western and science fiction genres meld in "Cowboys & Aliens," the entertaining result makes the Wild West seem even wilder. It's a wildly preposterous movie, which is exactly what makes it ideal for summertime viewing in an air-conditioned...
  • Crashing the Oscars

    The Oscars are serious — important people making important, relevant, thought-provoking movies about race, marital relations, horses and Owen Wilson seeing dead Parisians. The dresses and jewelry are beyond fancy. The tuxes are bespoke. Sidney...
  • Feb. 22: Our own Oscars

    Oscars comedy: Let's not take the Academy Awards too seriously We could ask "who will win?" But we'd rather ask a panel of funny folks -- including the likes of "Happy Endings" star Casey Wilson and "Chelsea Lately" writer Sarah Colonna -- who should...
  • Fall TV: Five new shows we're most looking forward to

    Fall TV: Five new shows we're most looking forward to
    We've waded through the fall TV schedule — and made it out alive! We also found five upcoming shows we'll actually watch (sorry "Charlie's Angels." Not you.). Here's our top five.  "2 Broke Girls" (9:30 p.m. Sept. 19, CBS): Hint: It's about two...
  • Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston

    Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston
    Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston answers a selection of reader questions about the Ravens' 26-13 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Bob K.: How can a team look so good against an excellent team last week (Steelers) and so horrible against an...
  • Daniel Day-Lewis makes a great Abe Lincoln

    Daniel Day-Lewis makes a great Abe Lincoln
    The first look at Daniel Day-Lewis as the headliner in Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln," shows an eerie resemblance to the Civil War-era president. Lewis was caught at a restaurant in Richmond, a city that was the capital of the Confederacy and that still...
  • Georges I. Selzer

    Georges I. Selzer
    Georges I. Selzer, who cheated death twice while a concentration camp prisoner and who after World War II became a Baltimore jeweler, died Oct. 17 of heart failure at the Edenwald retirement community in Towson. The former longtime Lutherville resident...