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  • Can 'The Purge' surge? CW finishes upfront sales.

    Can 'The Purge' surge? CW finishes upfront sales.
    After the coffee. Before figuring out how to come back as a house cat in my next life. The Skinny: I now am one of those people who no longer has a home phone. It feels a little weird even though I never used it and didn't even know the number. Will...
  • Film critic Peter Rainer reflects on a 30-year career

    Film critic Peter Rainer reflects on a 30-year career
    Peter Rainer, noted Christian Science Monitor film critic, Bloomberg News columnist and reviewer for NPR's FilmWeek, reflects upon his three-decade career in "Rainer on Film: Thirty Years of Film Writing in a Turbulent and Transformative Era." Rainer,...
  • 'Zero Dark Thirty' report reveals Hollywood-Washington emails

    WASHINGTON — When screenwriter Mark Boal went seeking Pentagon and CIA help on last year's hit movie "Zero Dark Thirty," he wooed glamour-starved official Washington with the classic Hollywood pitch: Let's do lunch. Boal promised "a real L.A....
  • 2013 Tony Awards: How TV, movie stars fared on Broadway

    2013 Tony Awards: How TV, movie stars fared on Broadway
    Another Broadway season, another cavalcade of television and movie stars testing their stage mettle. Some come to build their acting muscles, others come for the publicity splash, and a select few come because they simply can't stay away. The chance...
  • Eclectic mix of movies takes off at Los Angeles Film Festival 2013

    Eclectic mix of movies takes off at Los Angeles Film Festival 2013
    The Los Angeles Film Festival occupies a unique and challenging middle ground. It comes after the annual opening festival rounds of Sundance, Berlin, South by Southwest and Cannes but before the fall circuit that includes Telluride, Venice, Toronto, New...
  • Smart Art Films Thrive at the Right Price

    In the movie business, the label "art film" isn't always a deal-breaker. Nowhere is this more apparent than at Cannes, where films that might seem obscure to your average Hollywood studio executive rack up worldwide presales and receive the kind of...
  • 'The Reluctant Fundamentalist' review: Flawed but more compelling than it sounds

    'The Reluctant Fundamentalist' review: Flawed but more compelling than it sounds
    **1/2 (out of four) Say this for “The Reluctant Fundamentalist”: When its reporter entertains a long story from his subject, he actually takes notes and uses a tape recorder. Like he actually plans to remember what was said! That was too much...
  • TV review: 'Manhunt' keeps Bin Laden hunt as real as possible

    TV review: 'Manhunt' keeps Bin Laden hunt as real as possible
    How many films about the search for and killing of Osama bin Laden can the market bear? The answer appears to be three — a bad one, a good one and now, a messy but provocative one. National Geographic Channel's docudrama "Seal Team Six" was...
  • New releases: 'Upstream Color' is a complicated, lost-souls tale

    New releases: 'Upstream Color' is a complicated, lost-souls tale
    Upstream Color ERBP, $24.95; Blu-ray, $29.95 Available on VOD beginning May 7 Since opening at Sundance this year, this sci-fi-inflected indie drama has been described as "baffling," but even though it's a complicated film, its basics aren't that...
  • 'White House Down' review: The good kind of bad

    'White House Down' review: The good kind of bad
    *** (out of four) In March, it was “Olympus Has Fallen.” Now the security breach is more directly described as “White House Down.” We're very close to a title just spelling out, “Oh Crap, The Oval Office Is On Fire.”...
  • James Gandolfini, dead at 51, made Tony Soprano an icon

    James Gandolfini, the barrel-chested actor forever known to millions of TV fans as mobster Tony Soprano on the HBO series “The Sopranos,” has died at the age of 51. “Our hearts are shattered and we will miss him deeply. He and his...
  • James Gandolfini dead at 51: Recalling 10 of his most memorable roles

    James Gandolfini dead at 51: Recalling 10 of his most memorable roles
    James Gandolfini's untimely death at the age of 51 was as shocking as the abrupt cut-to-black conclusion of his most famous series, "The Sopranos." Although most people became familiar with the imposing-looking Italian American actor after seeing him...