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  • TIFF 2013: Assange pic 'Fifth Estate' a crystal ball into fall

    TORONTO -- It's fitting that the Toronto International Film Festival opened its 2013 edition Thursday night with the Wikileaks drama "The Fifth Estate." That's true because the Bill Condon movie about Julian Assange is an elaborate Hollywood...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'Canopy'

    To the suddenly white-hot adventure subgenre of one or two souls alone against nature, a movement pioneered by J.C. Chandor's "All Is Lost" and Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity," add the more modestly scaled but no less absorbing wartime survival adventure...
  • Megan Ellison sells compound in Hollywood Hills West

    Megan Ellison sells compound in Hollywood Hills West
    Megan Ellison, a film producer and the daughter of Oracle head Larry Ellison, has sold her three-house compound in Hollywood Hills West for close to $47 million. The first sale, which closed in the summer at $20.5 million, was of the 2010 Esquire...
  • Film Review: 'Lone Survivor'

    Leaving the summer-movie frivolity of "Battleship" behind him, writer-director Peter Berg delivers his most serious-minded work to date with "Lone Survivor," a scorching, often unbearably brutal account of a June 2005 military mission that claimed the...
  • Awards Watch: 'Lone Survivor' Delivers K.O. Punch at AFI Fest

    "Lone Survivor" took another giant step in its awards push, as AFI Fest gave it a gala world premiere Tuesday at the TCL Chinese, followed by a reception. As reported here Oct. 31 ("Lone Survivor Bursts into Awards Race"), the film is a serious contender...
  • Oscar Swingers: New Voters Could Impact Race

    Will the new crop of Academy members be swing voters? The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences in July invited 276 new members; of this group, more than 100 represent the org's aggressive move toward diversity: women, foreign-born artists and people...
  • TV This Week for Sept. 1 - 7: 'Luther' on BBC America

    TV This Week for Sept. 1 - 7: 'Luther' on BBC America
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 1 - 7, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies   -------------------- SUNDAY Hilarity ensues when "TV's Funniest of the...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby'

    There are lots of lonely people, but no Beatles music in "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby," a curious and mostly absorbing investigation of the bust-up of a marriage as seen through the eyes of both respective parties. This feature directing debut...
  • Movie stars happily flocking to TV

     Movie stars happily flocking to TV
    The Berlin Wall was a thing of chicken wire and Kleenex compared with the barrier that once stood between film and television in America. Unlike British actors, who moved easily between stage, television and film, American movie stars were essentially...
  • Compound where singer Katy Perry never made a grand entrance sells

     Compound where singer Katy Perry never made a grand entrance sells
    Katy Perry has tidied up some old business, selling her fortress-like compound in Hollywood Hills West for $5.565 million. The pop singer bought the property in 2011 with her then-husband, actor Russell Brand, for $6.5 million. But the couple never...
  • James Gandolfini dies at 51; actor starred in 'The Sopranos'

    James Gandolfini dies at 51; actor starred in 'The Sopranos'
    James Gandolfini, the Emmy-winning actor who swaggered his way to fame as the murderous, clinically depressed mob boss on HBO's groundbreaking drama "The Sopranos," died Wednesday on vacation in Rome. He was 51. The cause was a heart attack or stroke,...
  • Critic's Notebook: Movie violence must not be stopped

    Critic's Notebook: Movie violence must not be stopped
    I abhor violence. As a rookie police reporter years ago I saw the damage guns, knives, broken bottles, metal pipes, hands — humans — can inflict. From the terrifyingly premeditated to the unfortunately accidental, those images still have the...