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  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Fantastic Four

     
    It’s the semifinals, ballroom fans, and emotions on “Dancing With the Stars” Season 12’s penultimate performance show ran high both on stage and off. There was laughter, a serious injury, tears, frustration, elation. Three...
  • On Location: Michigan gets 'Oz' wish as uncertainty looms over film tax credit program

     
    Walt Disney Studios confirmed Friday that it's upcoming film “Oz” -- a prequel to the 1939 classic “The Wizard of Oz” -- will be filmed in Michigan, after all....
  • Winners of the L.A. Times' 2010 Editorial Awards

     
    The Times' Editorial Awards for 2010 celebrate what Editor Russ Stanton called "an incredible year by any measure, an extraordinary one journalistically when we step back ... to honor the best work produced by one of the very best newsrooms......
  • Country singer, original leads in Broadway's 'Rent,' Lorna Luft set for SteelStacks

     
    A night of Broadway music by the original leads in the show “Rent,” country singer Phil Vassar, Judy Garland daughter Lorna Luft, singer-songwriters Karla Bonoff and Dar Williams, and salsa icon Lalo Rodriguez are among seven new shows just...
  • Movie Review: Yellowbrickroad

     
    Who knew the echoing far-off sounds of Bing Crosby could be so chilling? But hear that music, distorted snatches of Bing Crosby ballads and the like, in the middle of the woods when you're in search of what “really happened” when a whole...
  • Joey King joins Raimi’s Oz, which will come out in March of 2013

     
    Pint-sized starlet Joey King (“Ramona and Beezus”) has landed the role of “China Girl” in Sam Raimi's “Wizard of Oz” prequel, “Oz, the Great and Powerful.” It stars James Franco in the title role, with...
  • Marilyn Monroe's 'subway dress' expected to fetch up to $2 million at auction

     
    The dress that billowed around Marilyn Monroe to memorable effect in "The Seven Year Itch" is among Debbie Reynolds' collection of Hollywood costumes going on the auction block in Beverly Hills later this month. Sometimes referred to as the "subway......
  • At Music Box: John Waters, Harry Shearer, and the Breakfast Club

     
    What's your pleasure, movie mavens? Ruby slippers? Dung-loving directors? Foil-wrapped zucchini smugglers? Or simple 80′s nostalgia? In the next two weekends, Music Box Theatre (3733 N. Southport) has it all. On June 11, schlockmeister legend John...
  • Judgment Day: talking dogs, living trees and ruby slippers

     
    Welcome to Judgment Day, in which I take a completely biased look at what's playing in Lakeview this weekend. New at Landmark Century Centre Cinema (2828 N. Clark): Beginners: Christopher Plummer is Ewan McGregor's gay dad. Also stars a talking dog and...
  • Marilyn Monroe dress from 'The Seven-Year Itch' sells for $4.6 million

     
    The dress that Marilyn Monroe wore as she stood over a subway vent while filming "The Seven-Year Itch" sold for $4.6 million on Saturday at an auction of memorabilia belonging to actress Debbie Reynolds. Marilyn Monroe's ivory halter dress with pleated...
  • Marilyn Monroe 'subway dress' brings $4.6 million (plus fees) in Debbie Reynolds' memorabilia auction

     
    If paying more than a couple of hundred dollars for a dress seems a little extravagant, how would you feel about shelling out a few million? A private collector paid a whopping $5,520,000 (that sum included $4.6 million for the......
  • Friday Five: 5 family-friendly movies

     
    Looking for something inexpensive to do this weekend? How about a family movie night? Grab some popcorn and one of these favorite family flicks: 1) “Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back” (1980): Personally, I hate science...