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The Da Vinci Code (movie)

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  • Porn-ish 'Fifty Shades of Grey' grinds toward movie deal

     
    Hollywood is courting E.L. James for rights to adapt her book "Fifty Shades of Grey," which has been described as "mommy porn."...
  • Javier Bardem offered lead role in Ron Howard’s film of King’s ‘The Dark Tower’

     
    He's up for an Oscar, and now Deadline.com says Javier Bardem has been offered the lead in Ron Howard's adaptation of Stephen King's “The Dark Tower.” It's a horror-sci-fi Western and Bardem would play Roland Deschain. Several other names have...
  • Movie Review: There Be Dragons

     
    The last time we took any note of Roland Joffe, the director of “The Mission” and “The Killing Fields,” it was through his take on the ugly genre “torture porn” titled “Captivity” back in 2007. To be fair,...
  • What’s up with Ron Howard? He’s out of the third ‘Da Vinci Code’ movie

     
    First came news that he was giving up on making Stephen King's “Dark Tower” trilogy. Then came word that he was pushing ahead with his Formula 1 racing picture, “Rush.” And he's got a potential Oscar contender in this “...
  • John Calley, longtime studio chief and producer, dies at 81

     
    John Calley: Well-known Hollywood figure John Calley, who led three studios, including most recently Sony Pictures, and produced films such as "Catch-22," "The Remains of the Day" and "The Da Vinci Code," died Tuesday at age 81....
  • Has Syfy abandoned sci fi for reality TV?

    Has Syfy abandoned sci fi for reality TV?
    Remember when MTV stopped playing music videos and became just another cable network filled with irritating (and non-music related) reality programming? Well, looks like Syfy is moving in the same direction. During its 2011 Syfy Upfront on Tuesday, the...
  • Lebanese Government Bans Lady Gaga Album

    Lebanese Government Bans Lady Gaga Album
    Looks like Lebanon’s not going gaga for the ladies, well not this lady. The mother monster's latest album "Born this Way" is banned in Lebanon. The Lebanese government impounded copies of the platinum selling album saying that it insults...
  • "Angelology" by Danielle Trussoni

    "Angelology" by Danielle Trussoni
    "Angelology" By Danielle Trussoni Viking, 384 pp., $27.95 "Falling Through the Earth," Danielle Trussoni's memoir of her troubled relationship with her father, a Vietnam veteran, was one of the most critically praised books of 2006. Plowing through...
  • Is your life a romantic comedy?

    Is your life a romantic comedy?
    Everyone’s had that moment—maybe a bus drove past and splashed you, or a fetching stranger picked up a receipt you dropped at Starbucks—when you say to yourself, “This feels just like a romantic comedy. If this were a movie,...
  • Bill Murray talks about a director he likes, Wes Anderson of 'Moonrise Kingdom'

    Bill Murray talks about a director he likes, Wes Anderson of 'Moonrise Kingdom'
    CANNES, France -- Here's Bill Murray, a rumpled riot in mismatched summer wear, talking about his ongoing screen collaboration with writer-director Wes Anderson, the filmmaker (who still shoots on actual, tactile-friendly film, Super 16 millimeter in this...
  • Running in circles

    By Ed Park * To take a page from last month's column: We learn from John Crowley's "Endless Things," the final book of his "Aegypt" cycle, that "Coleridge had written . . . that 'the common end of all narrative, nay of all poems, is to convert a...
  • Ayn Rand's epic storytelling

    Ayn Rand's epic storytelling
    By Richard Rayner The new, 50th anniversary edition of Ayn Rand's novel "Atlas Shrugged" (Signet: 1,080 pp., $8.99 paper) -- appearing only three years after an edition commemorating the centennial of the author's birth -- comes with one of those weird...