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  • 'Twilight' taps teen-vampire romance

    'Twilight' taps teen-vampire romance
    THIRTY miles outside town, in a wet, stunningly bleak meadow ringed by moss-draped Oregon ash, vampires are playing baseball. They're decked out in a hodgepodge of vintage jerseys, caps and striped socks, presumably collected over their last century of...
  • Liv Tyler, Rocker Husband Split

    Another celebrity marriage has hit the skids. Liv Tyler and her husband, musician Royston Langdon, are splitting, reports People. "Liv Tyler and Royston Langdon have confirmed their separation," says the actress' rep. "They remain good friends and...
  • Es un pájaro...es un avión.... ¡No! Son los estrenos de verano de Hollywood

    Es un pájaro...es un avión.... ¡No! Son los estrenos de verano de Hollywood
    La temporada veraniega de cine arrancó con paso firme el pasado 2 de mayo con el estreno de "Iron Man", la primera en una serie de películas basadas en personajes de cómics que veremos en los próximos tres meses. Hasta la fecha, "Iron Man" ha recaudado...
  • International Viewers Prefer 'Indiana Jones' to 'Sex'

    While domestic audiences may have flocked to the big screen antics of the "Sex and the City" gals, the worldwide box office was still dominated by "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull." In its second weekend in wide release, the fourth...
  • Cubs' Zambrano goes ballistic in dugout after allowing 7 runs

    Cubs' Zambrano goes ballistic in dugout after allowing 7 runs
    Lou Piniella was on the mound making a pitching change Saturday at Dodger Stadium when he heard a roar coming from the first base side. "I heard all this commotion and I thought there was a wave going on," the Cubs manager said. "But there was no wave."...
  • Tim Roth gives clinics on how to be the villain

    Tim Roth gives clinics on how to be the villain
    WITH HIS 1982 film debut as a window-smashing skinhead teen in "Made in Britain" and his Oscar-nominated sadist fop in the Highlands period drama " Rob Roy," Tim Roth has routinely been considered one of film's most exciting performers. The actor, though,...
  • Making 2008's 'The Incredible Hulk' more than a shade better

    Making 2008's 'The Incredible Hulk' more than a shade better
    WHEN Marvel and Universal studios decided to reboot the Hulk just a few years after director Ang Lee brought the mean, green comic-book creature to multiplexes, they quite literally went back to the drawing board. Director Louis Leterrier's $150-million...
  • Movie Review: 'The Incredible Hulk'

    What do you know? A credible Hulk. "Incredible" overstates it, but "The Incredible Hulk" finds a viable way to retell an old Jekyll and Hyde story, dating back to the early 1960s and a Cold War that inspired its share of unruly Marvel Comics misfits. The...
  • 'Damages' Gets Hurt

    Oscar-winning actor William Hurt will reunite with his "Big Chill" co-star Glenn Close in the second season of FX's series "Damages." The cable network announced Monday (June 16) that Hurt will take his first-ever regular role in a TV series when the...
  • Exhibit Examines Costumes Of The Courageous

    Exhibit Examines Costumes Of The Courageous
    Now more than ever, we need a break, an occasional respite from our everyday lives. Yes, a "daycation" — a day spent away from the office or job site, and away from chores, just to relax and play. Once again this summer, we are taking one day a week...
  • Indiana Jones Still Whips Overseas Competition

    Spies and pandas may be ruling the domestic box office, but "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" is back on top overseas. Carried by a strong opening in Japan, Steven Spielberg's fourth "Indiana Jones" film took in $25 million in...
  • Hancock, Obama and the summer of heroes

    Hancock, Obama and the summer of heroes
    Sp far this summer, I've had my brain pummeled by Robert Downey Jr. flying around in a techno-suit, Adam Sandler as an invincible (and priapic) former Mossad agent, Steve Carell as a nerdy indestructible super spy, Harrison Ford as a Teflon 60-year-old...