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  • Hollywood Plays Guessing Game With 2014 Releases in China

    HONG KONG -- Which Hollywood films will get into China through the import quota system is a guessing game that was in full swing last week at CineAsia, the last significant Asian film trade convention of the year. The convention and trade show, held in...
  • Disney Pitching First Trailer for Jon Hamm's 'Million Dollar Arm'

    Disney has released its first trailer for its "Million Dollar Arm" baseball film, five months before its May 16 launch. "Arm" stars Jon Hamm as real-life sports agent Jeff Bernstein who discovered professional pitchers Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel...
  • More years change, more they stay same

    Here is my 2012 Year in Review: The president was re-elected. We argued over the outcome. Obamacare became law. We argued over the cost. Three states voted in gay marriage. We argued over the future. A young man shot up a theater. We argued over guns....
  • Enough with marriage Hollywood style

    If I were king of the world, I would insist on a moratorium for Hollywood marriages: no talking about them until their 10th anniversary. No photos. No magazine covers. No gossip page items. No selling the video rights. Actors, rock stars, famous...
  • The music world loses a great jazz champion -- Jean Bach

    "What people think of me is none of my business!" This has been attributed to Oscar Wilde, Mae West and Gary Oldman. So, who do you think said it? The music world lost a great champion over Memorial Day. She was Jean Bach, a beauty in her 90s who...
  • Sean Hannity talks to Playboy

    "I DON'T want to know anything about anybody's sex life when I'm voting for them. I want to know they can balance the budget and that they're going to stay out of my life and ensure more freedom. Do they understand good versus evil. ... I don't give a...
  • Rosie's Theater Kids -- mighty impressive! A big-screen reunion for Tom Cruise and Rebecca De Mornay?

    "The women are not shrinking violets," said Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg last week of her two fellow justices. Twenty years on the bench and Justice Ginsburg, age 80, is still doing push-ups and working into the wee hours, according to USA...
  • Robert Downey Jr. at the pinnacle

    "WHAT KILLS A skunk is the publicity it gives itself," said Abraham Lincoln. Well, no one has done more to praise the usually excellent reporting of Rolling Stone magazine than yours truly. But I have to bow out over their latest. The sheer excess and...
  • Demi Moore and Tom Cruise -- tick tock, time for a change, maybe?

    "Amy Van Doran is New York's 'Matchmaker to Extraordinary People.' Her dream match for Demi Moore is Tom Cruise ... they're both 51 and should try dating age-appropriate," writes Amy. So reports Jane Ridley in the New York Post and I found this the...
  • Styles in role models

    . . . "Little by little the look of the country changes because of the men we admire. You're just going to have to make up your own mind one day about what's right and wrong." -- The old man in the movie "Hud" to his grandson. . . . Once upon a time,...
  • Why Justin Timberlake Should Stop Acting

    In 2011, I sat down for a lengthy interview with Justin Timberlake, who told me that he was having the time of his life as a big screen star. Even though he'd experienced a few setbacks ("I bombed all my auditions," he confessed), he was in the middle...
  • Veteran Film Exec Joseph A. Adelman Dies at 79

    Veteran film exec Joseph A. Adelman, a United Artist VP who headed AMPTP in the late '70s, died Tuesday at Burbank's St. Joseph Hospital following a six-month battle with cancer. He was 79. Adelman was CEO of International Entertainment Enterprises, a...