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  • Thesps Suarez, Irvine Sparkle as Trophee Chopard Winners

    Jeweler and Cannes fest sponsor Chopard presented its Trophee Chopard awards, given each year to a jury-chosen duo of rising film stars, to Spain's Blanca Suarez and Brit Jeremy Irvine on Thursday night. Joining Chopard co-VP Caroline Scheufele onstage...
  • 'Star Wars' sequel to shoot in Britain

    The force is returning to Britain. Disney-owned Lucasfilm announced Friday that production of "Star Wars: Episode VII" will take place in the United Kingdom, the latest example of a high-profile Hollywood movie filming outside California. Another big...
  • "War Horse" goes from page to stage to Broward Center

    "War Horse" goes from page to stage to Broward Center
    Michael Morpurgo, author of one of the hottest literary properties ever, sat unrecognized as he had breakfast at the Riverside Hotel on Las Olas back in January 2012. The British author of "War Horse," a book that has been turned into a Steven Spielberg...
  • To do Tuesday: A big-screen "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!," Food Truck Invasion and "War Horse"

    To do Tuesday: A big-screen "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!," Food Truck Invasion and "War Horse"
    Theater "War Horse": This Broadway import, appearing at the Broward Center Tuesday through May 19, examines the bond between humans and horses with robust storytelling and deft puppetry. Adapted from British author Michael Morpurgo's young-adult novel,...
  • Charleston's Spoleto Festival rises to greater heights

    Charleston's Spoleto Festival rises to greater heights
    For 17 days each summer, the sleepy seaside town of Charleston, S.C., turns into a busy hive of cultural activity, with every possible venue, large and small, filled from noon to night with the sights and sounds of opera, jazz, theater, dance and more...
  • ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ trailer offers action, a little Cumberbatch

     
    If the latest trailer for J.J. Abrams' highly anticipated “Star Trek Into Darkness” is any indication, the film looks to ......
  • New ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ trailer: Big action, even bigger egos

     
    An international trailer for “Star Trek Into Darkness” has been released, whetting appetites with juicy plot points from the film, ......
  • New Show By "War Horse" Puppeteers Coming to New Haven's Festival

    New Show By "War Horse" Puppeteers Coming to New Haven's Festival
    If you're the acclaimed puppeteers of Handspring Puppet Company, how do you follow the Tony Award-winning, international hit, the "epic "War Horse?" By turning to Shakespeare, of course. What is being called "an experimental version of 'A Midsummer...
  • Tony Awards 2012: No clear front-runners for Tuesday's nominations

    Tony Awards 2012: No clear front-runners for Tuesday's nominations
    This story has been updated. If there's one thing that Broadway insiders can agree on this season, it's that there is no clear front-runner for the Tony Awards. The season lacks the blockbuster Tony magnets of recent years, such as "The Book of Mormon,""...
  • What's on Chicago stages this summer? So far, not much

     What's on Chicago stages this summer? So far, not much
    Here is one word to describe the current summer offerings in our great Midwestern capital of live theatrical entertainment: Thin. Sure, we're buzzing through June, what with Nathan Lane, "Timon of Athens" and the TBS Just for Laughs Festival, which is...
  • Why Chicago needs bigger place on world's stage

    Why Chicago needs bigger place on  world's stage
    At its 25th summit in Chicago this weekend, NATO will be preoccupied with the tricky business of how to advance its various institutional priorities — like global security and the building of stability — even as its member nations are more...
  • Truthfully coming of age in 'Crooked'

    Truthfully coming of age in 'Crooked'
    "Crooked"  There was once an era, before "Twilight" and before "The Hunger Games"  — not that long ago, really — when, if you wanted to know what teenage girls were thinking and feeling, few writers had their finger on the pulse better than...