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  • 'Jack the Giant Slayer' review: I miss Buffy

    'Jack the Giant Slayer' review: I miss Buffy
    * (out of four) Anna Faris stars in “Little Bo Peep: Wolf Exploder.” That sounds like a classic tale revision that would pick the right tone and actually deliver some fun. Until that movie actually exists, we’re left with “Jack...
  • Stranger in a strange land: Going undercover at the 'Super 8' premiere

     
    Tom Cruise takes a moment to be a regular guy at 'Super 8' premiere...
  • Tom Cruise may play Jack Reacher in ‘One Shot’

     
    Lee Childs'  “One Shot” is the ninth novel featuring former Army MP turned drifter-investigator Jack Reacher, and it's about Reacher's struggle to solve a mass sniper shooting. The Wrap is reporting that Tom Cruise is in negotiations to star...
  • Are Tom Cruise and Matt Damon starting to switch places?

     
    Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol star Tom Cruise has a major hit, while Matt Damon has struggled with We Bought a Zoo...
  • MGM buys back United Artists, adds Peter Liguori to board

     
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has bought back full control of its historic film label United Artists, the independent studio revealed in financial results reported this week. It also disclosed for the first time that television industry veteran Peter Liguori has...
  • 'Game of Thrones' star Carice van Houten on magic and Melisandre

     
    When a TV series crams horse beheadings, frozen zombies, dragons, sword fighting and naked prostitutes into nearly every episode, it’s hard for a single actor to make a grand impact. But actress Carice van Houten has done precisely that in the...
  • Hollywood Heavyweight MGM Files for Bankruptcy

    Hollywood Heavyweight MGM Files for Bankruptcy
    LOS ANGELES -- Hollywood mega-studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection on Wednesday. MGM's bankruptcy plan has the backing of its lenders, so the proceedings are expected to go quickly. MGM is to restructure and be managed by...
  • Film review: Brad Bird adds wit to 'Mission: Impossible'

    Film review: Brad Bird adds wit to 'Mission: Impossible'
    “Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol” gallops into theaters almost exactly on schedule — its predecessors came out in 1996, 2000 and 2006 — and (more importantly) just in time to rescue Tom Cruise's flagging box-office...
  • Achim Freyer is consumed by 'The Ring of the Nibelung'

    Achim Freyer is consumed by 'The Ring of the Nibelung'
    A female voice floats from a loudspeaker, sounding preternaturally calm amid the morning chaos inside Los Angeles Opera's costume shop on South Alameda Street downtown. "We're ready for a dwarf in Fitting Room 2," the voice intones. In recent days,...
  • 'Ring' technicians prepare for the final catastrophe

    'Ring' technicians prepare for the final catastrophe
    It goes by many names: Armageddon, the apocalypse, Ragnarok, the End of the World. In show business, it's sometimes referred to as the money shot — the climactic scene in which directors unleash a tidal wave of visual effects to conjure the mother...
  • 'Knocked Up' is funny, but it's lacking at the core

    'Knocked Up' is funny, but it's lacking at the core
    THE poster for Judd Apatow's first feature, "The 40Year-Old Virgin," gave us Steve Carell gazing beatifically into the middle distance above the encouraging tagline, "Better late than never." The poster for his second feature, "Knocked Up," gives us...
  • Sundance Film Festival got a boost from 'sex, lies, and videotape'

    Sundance Film Festival got a boost from 'sex, lies, and videotape'
    Heading into the 1989 Sundance Film Festival -- back then known as the Utah/U.S. Film Festival -- Steven Soderbergh harbored no illusions about setting the film world on fire with his debut feature, "sex, lies, and videotape." Upon arrival in Park City,...