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Zero Dark Thirty (movie)

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  • Letters: John Kiriakou on Leon Panetta

    Re "Why give Panetta a pass?," Opinion, March 9 Former CIA officer John Kiriakou is in federal prison because he broke the Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1982, when he went far beyond the whistle-blowing he states he engaged in by...
  • Marc Butan Leaves Panorama for Sierra/Affinity

    In a pre-Berlin announcement, Marc Butan is exiting Panorama Media and joining Sierra/Affinity as its co-president to share that role with Sierra/Affinity's Marc Schaberg. Panorama, launched two years ago, will reduce its involvement in financing and...
  • Sundance: Sex, Science and the Comedy of Discomfort

    SCOTT FOUNDAS: They say dogs come to resemble their owners (or vice versa), but if you hang around a film festival long enough, do you start to resemble the movies? That thought crossed my mind on Sundance's final Sunday, when, as I was leaving a...
  • 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...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'A Most Wanted Man'

    Intelligence is both the subject and the approach of Anton Corbijn's "A Most Wanted Man," a meticulously plotted, steadily absorbing Hamburg-set drama that casts a cynical yet compassionate eye on the complexities of counterterrorist work in the post-9/11...
  • Producers Guild Offers Oscar Clues and a Few Surprises (Analysis)

    In a wide-open year, Hollywood folk are looking for Oscar omens, and today's nominations from the Producers Guild of America offer double reason to celebrate: Aside from earning the honor of being recognized by the guild, these noms have been a good gauge...
  • Writers Guild Unveils 10 Screenplay Nominations

    Mixing mainstream and specialty titles, the Writers Guild of America has nominated Tracy Letts for "August: Osage County," Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke for "Before Midnight," Billy Ray for "Captain Phillips," Peter Berg for "Lone...
  • WGA Nominations: Oscar and the Eligibility Factor (Analysis)

    Writers Guild of America's just-announced nominees have reason for optimism in terms of the upcoming Academy Awards, but they come with a load of footnotes and caveats. The WGA has a pretty solid track record at predicting Oscar winners, though as far as...
  • Megan Ellison drops $30 million on Hollywood Hills West mountaintop

    Megan Ellison drops $30 million on Hollywood Hills West mountaintop
    Film producer Megan Ellison seems to taking after her billionaire father Larry Ellison, chief executive of Oracle Corp., when it comes to making shrewd real estate purchases. First she sold her three-house compound in Hollywood Hills West for close to...
  • New York Film Critics Circle announces awards dates

    The New York Film Critics Circle's members will vote and announce its winners for the best in cinema for 2013 on Dec. 3. The group's annual awards ceremony will take place Jan. 6, 2014, at the Edison Ballroom in New York City. The group, which...
  • ‘Terminator’ remake: Emilia Clarke cast as Sarah Connor

     
    “Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke has been cast as Sarah Connor in the upcoming “Terminator” remake, Paramount confirmed Friday. […]...
  • Why Isn't 'Lone Survivor' Getting More Awards Attention?

    Universal's "Lone Survivor" faces two big tests: reception by general audiences and by Oscar voters. The film begins a qualifying run on Dec. 25, then opens wide Jan. 10. Despite being short-changed in awards handouts so far, the film could do well when...