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  • Military Channel to engage audiences with “Combat Tech”

     
    As impressive and fascinating as military technology can be, the stories that drive the innovations are often just as compelling. The interplay between history and technology is at the heart of Military Channel’s new series Combat Tech, premiering...
  • L.A. Film Festival: William Friedkin's 'ferocious sensibility'

     
    William Friedkin, who is serving as the guest director for this year’s Los Angeles Film Festival, will appear Friday for a Q&A and screening of “Killer Joe,” an adaptation of the play by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Tracy Letts...
  • Longtime Hollywood publicist shot to death in Beverly Hills

    Longtime Hollywood publicist shot to death in Beverly Hills
    The premiere party for the movie "Burlesque" was just the sort of glitzy Hollywood affair that Ronni Chasen, a veteran movie publicist, loved, and as she had for four decades, she worked the room with relish. As celebrities, including Jane Fonda and the...
  • Lions Gate, Summit homing in on key details for proposed merger

     
    Lions Gate Entertainment and Summit Entertainment are homing in on key details of a merger plan as executives on both sides press to reach an agreement by the end of the year, said knowledgeable people who requested anonymity because the......
  • New York critics picks: Will the academy get behind 'The Artist' too?

     
    After winning the New York Film Critics Circle award for best picture can "The Artist" do the same at the Oscars? Yes -- unless a rival picture emerges that has most of "The Artist's" artistic credentials, but even more commercial clout....
  • National Board of Review names 'Hugo' best picture

     
    Hugo," director Martin Scorsese's first family film and which reflects his love of cinema, was the big winner Thursday at the National Board of Review of Motion Picture awards. The lavish fantasy set in a Paris railway station in 1931 also won best...
  • "Beginners," "Tree of Life" tie for Gotham Film Awards

     
    Mike Mills' semi-autobiographical drama "Beginners," about a young man whose widower father comes out of the closet, and Terrence Malick's mystical family epic "Tree of LIfe" tied for best film of 2011 at the 21st annual Gotham Film Awards....
  • The Oscar race: Is it time for a luxury tax on studio spending?

     
    Is it time for a luxury tax on Hollywood's out of control Oscar spending?...
  • New York critics name 'The Artist' best film of the year

     
    "The Artist" is named best picture by the New York Film Critics Circle. Meryl Streep and Brad Pitt take lead acting honors....
  • Jennifer Aniston, Barbra Streisand rock Elle Women in Hollywood

     
    Elle Women in Hollywood: Jennifer Aniston, Barbra Streisand, Elizabeth Olsen, Naomi Watts, Viola Davis, Stacey Snider and Evan Rachel Wood were among those honored as Elle magazine celebrated its annual crop of women in Hollywood....
  • Stones Throw's Anika, more than just a 'weird singer'

     
    Anika is more than just a "weird singer."...
  • Why renters and pirates watch such different movies

     
    I'm just as obsessed with lists as everyone else, so it caught my eye the other day when Time put two lists up against each other--the most rented movies at Netflix vs. the most illegally downloaded movies from TorrentFreak. The comparison was eye-...