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  • ‘Jupiter Ascending’: Wachowski sci-fi film postponed to February 2015

     
    Jupiter's ascension has been delayed. Andy and Lana Wachowski's latest sci-fi venture, “Jupiter Ascending,” starring Mila Kunis and an eyeliner-sporting […]...
  • 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' Sequel in the Works

    Gold Circle and HBO Films have begun developing a sequel along with Playtone Productions to the box office hit "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" with stars Nia Vardalos and John Corbett set to return. Vardalos will write and star, with Playtone's Rita Wilson,...
  • 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' sequel to walk back down the aisle

    'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' sequel to walk back down the aisle
    Nia Vardalos has said "I do" to a sequel to "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," her breakthrough 2002 romantic comedy about a woman trying to get her boisterous Aegean family to accept her non-Greek fiance, played by John Corbett. Vardalos, who wrote and...
  • CNN's 'The Sixties' is a familiar flashback

     CNN's 'The Sixties' is a familiar flashback
    Oh, the Sixties, the Sixties! Oh my lord, the Sixties. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Some of you kids are probably sick to death of hearing about them, "Mad Men" notwithstanding, but as decades go, it is a hard one to beat for...
  • Premiere of 'The Sixties' Brings Younger Viewers to CNN

    The premiere of 12-part series "The Sixties" provided CNN with a much-needed primetime ratings jolt when it premiered Thursday, making the cabler the top-rated news network for the hour in the industry's key demo. According to fast national data from...
  • Tony Winner Mark Rylance Joins Steven Spielberg's Cold War Thriller (EXCLUSIVE)

    Mark Rylance has found his first film to follow his recent Tony win for "Twelfth Night" and is in negotiations to co-star with Tom Hanks in Steven Spielberg's untitled Cold War thriller for DreamWorks. Spielberg will direct and produce along with Marc...
  • Warner Bros. bumps July's 'Jupiter Ascending' to February 2015

    Warner Bros. bumps July's 'Jupiter Ascending' to February 2015
    The Wachowskis' new movie won't be rising this summer. On Tuesday -- roughly six weeks ahead of its July opening -- Warner Bros. announced that "Jupiter Ascending," the latest film from siblings Andy and Lana Wachowski, would be bumped eight months to...
  • Best Romantic Movies

     
    I was up very early the other morning – courtesy of my early-rising dog – when I caught the last half hour or so of “Pride and Prejudice.” I love the story, and I think they did a fantastic job......
  • CANNES: Daniel Radcliffe Speeding to 'You Shall Know Our Velocity'

    Daniel Radcliffe will star in the indie adaptation of Dave Eggers' comic novel "You Shall Know Our Velocity" with Peter Sollett directing. Producers are Tim Perell for Process and Michael Benaroya ("Margin Call") for Benaroya Pictures. Intl. Film Trust...
  • A new era of secrets and spies in Hollywood

    There is a scene that bookends "No Way Out," the 1987 espionage thriller starring Kevin Costner. He's a naval officer, a hero, being interrogated about the murder of the secretary of Defense's mistress. There are hints that he might be a double agent. You...
  • Coen Brothers to Script Tom Hanks-Steven Spielberg's Cold War Drama

    DreamWorks' Cold War project -- with Steven Spielberg directing and Tom Hanks starring -- is heating up with Joel and Ethan Coen on board to write the script. Marc Platt will produce with Spielberg. The Coen Brothers, who won screenwriting Oscars for...
  • These girls of summer played in skirts

    These girls of summer played in skirts
    Most people think the first night baseball game at Wrigley Field was in 1988. But there was another professional night ballgame played at Wrigley — not in 1988, and not by our highly paid boys of summer, but in 1943, and by women. Or in the...