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  • 5 Reasons Sandra Bullock Could Win the Oscar (Again)

    As Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity" enters its second weekend of sold-out multiplexes across the country, it's becoming the cinematic event of the year. The space epic may not break the same box office records that "Titanic" did in 1997, but in some ways it's...
  • Why Reality-Based Films are Flooding the Oscar Race

    The line between fiction and reality keeps getting blurrier. So it's little surprise that there are twice as many reality-based films currently vying for awards attention as last year, when one of those, "Argo," took home the best picture Oscar. Even...
  • The 30 greatest fictional coaches of all time

    The 30 greatest fictional coaches of all time
    As a sports nut and movie buff, I've seen nearly every sports-related movie out there. There's several elements that make a great sports movie. There's the classic underdog story where a team or player overcomes advesity, whether it be lack of...
  • 'Chicken Soup for the Soul' warms to the big screen

    'Chicken Soup for the Soul' warms to the big screen
    The popular series of self-help books known as "Chicken Soup for the Soul" will be coming to the big screen. Alcon Entertainment, whose previous projects include "The Blind Side" and the unlikely literary adaptation of "What to Expect When You're...
  • Warner Bros. Plots Careful 'Gravity' Launch

    What kind of pull will "Gravity" have on moviegoers when it hits theaters Oct. 4? The looming question for Warner Bros. is how to sell a unique 3D saga set entirely in space that predominantly relies on the performance of one star -- Sandra Bullock --...
  • Alfonso Cuaron Returns to the Bigscreen After Seven Years With 'Gravity'

    When Alfonso Cuaron was first planning his marooned-in-space drama "Gravity," the filmmaker imagined an action-drama set in orbit, most of it with just a single character who would be weightless for the entire picture. It would be filmed using his...
  • Toronto: Alcon's New Take No 'Prisoners' Attitude to Films

    Alcon Entertainment isn't playing it safe any more. The 15-year-old production-financing banner - known for such middle-of-the road fare as "The Blind Side," "P.S. I Love You" and "Dolphin Tale" - has veered away from the safety zone with Friday premiere...
  • Film academy broadens ranks, diversity with 276 new invitees

    What do Jenny on the Block, a freshly minted studio exec and Machete have in common? They are all new invitees to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The academy announced Friday that it had invited 276 people to join its ranks, including...
  • Playing the Oscar game

     Playing the Oscar game
    It's time to play one of our favorite yearly games at Times Community News: Can You Outguess the Features Editor? And no, that's not a rhetorical question. You probably can. Last year, incurable Oscar junkie that I am, I challenged readers to beat my...
  • Michael Lewis puts faces on business stories

    Michael Lewis puts faces on business stories
    Growing up in New Orleans, writer Michael Lewis learned three lessons that stuck with him for life: Success and happiness are very different things. Never become a lawyer. You don't need to come from a bookish environment to know how to spin a...
  • Jackson residents reflect on relations beyond 'The Help' lens

    Jackson residents reflect on relations beyond 'The Help' lens
    On a recent steamy Saturday evening, 11 members of Deborah Rae Wright's book club — black, white, Indian and Jewish women — gathered in her meticulously restored Craftsman home on the rundown west side of the Mississippi capital. The topic was...
  • Gwyneth Paltrow walks a fine line with 'Country Strong'

    Gwyneth Paltrow walks a fine line with 'Country Strong'
    This summer, programmers at Go Country 105 radio in Los Angeles unveiled a new single called "Country Strong" and asked listeners to guess who was the twangy alto belting out lines about how she's "hard to break, like the ground I grew up on." ----------...