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  • Gold Derby nuggets: Mo'Nique reveals 'Precious' moment | Ricky Gervais toasts Golden Globes | Marvin Hamlisch scores again

     
    • Time magazine film critic Richard Corliss delivers a top 10 movie list -- animated films "The Princess and the Frog," "Up" and "Fantastic Mr. Fox" top the chart -- as well as a roster of the top 10 performances which is led off by "Precious"...
  • Leona Lewis, Paul McCartney and Kate Hudson: The Golden Globes guide to music

     
    Give the Hollywood Foreign Press this much: They can at least find five songs worthy of a nomination. The Globes, when it came to best original song, largely stayed mainstream, passing up selections from Mary J. Blige ("Precious: Based on......
  • Can 'Avatar' sweep the Oscars? Expect up to nine nominations

     
    "Avatar" has already won over film critics, fan boys and many Hollywood awards, scoring best-picture nominations from the Golden Globes and Critics Choice Movie Awards. But how will "Avatar" fare at the Oscars? My guess is that "Avatar" can score up to...
  • Hans Zimmer on his ‘Sherlock Holmes’ score: ‘Real life takes place in pubs'

     
    Before Hans Zimmer even began work on Guy Ritchie’s take on “Sherlock Holmes,” the film was loaded with Zimmer music. As he was about to embark on the seven-month project that would be composing and conducting the score for the......
  • Experts predict Golden Globe winners: 'Avatar,' 'Up in the Air,' Meryl Streep and ...

     
    The race for best drama picture at the Golden Globes is a close contest between "Avatar" and "Up in the Air," according to the predictions of these pundits: Thelma Adams (Us Weekly), Scott Bowles (USA Today), Lane Brown (Vulture, New York Magazine),...
  • Our own experts -- the forum moderators -- predict Golden Globe winners: Sandra Bullock, Meryl Streep & Robert Downey Jr.

     
    Unlike the 19 pro pundits who weighed in with Golden Globe predictions, 7 of our forum moderators think that the main competition for "Up in the Air" as best drama picture is "Inglourious Basterds" rather than "Avatar." While the pros were almost evenly...
  • Review: 'Role Models'

    Like "Soul Men," this week's other crass comedy with loads of heart, "Role Models" wobbles like crazy en route to a surprisingly strong finish. In this case, the film-saving sequence is a medieval battle reenactment, full of Dungeons & Dragons freaks...
  • Will Coens Make Oscar History?

    Will Coens Make Oscar History?
    Random notes on the blissfully strike-free Oscars as less than a week of voting remains and there is evidence of some races tightening: One race that isn't is best picture, where a gallant attempt by "Michael Clayton" to overtake apparent leader "No...
  • 'Every Little Step' documents 'A Chorus Line' hopefuls

    'Every Little Step' documents 'A Chorus Line' hopefuls
    Dancer Rachelle Rak climbs "up a steep and very narrow stairway" to a dressing room at the Broadhurst Theatre to await the worst news of her professional life: She will not be getting the role of Sheila in the Broadway revival of "A Chorus Line," an...
  • Movie review: Every Little Step -- 4 out of 5 stars

    Movie review: Every Little Step -- 4 out of 5 stars
    It ran on Broadway for so long it became a New York institution and a cultural punch line. But for all its self-absorption and the ways its "edge" has dulled over the decades, A Chorus Line still has the power to move, amuse and thrill. Every Little Step...
  • 'Chorus Line' revival mirrors 1975 original

    'Chorus Line' revival mirrors 1975 original
    OH, THOSE mirrored panels. When they turn to reflect a stage full of lithe dancers in leotards and muscle shirts, you can't fight the thrill. Cue the straw hats, tight glutes and heartbreak: "A Chorus Line" has arrived at the Ahmanson Theatre, a...
  • Tovey: 'Make sure they hear the next joke'

    Tovey: 'Make sure they hear the next joke'
    Recalling Bramwell Tovey's debut with the Philharmonic at Disney Hall in May 2007 (he had already guest conducted at the Bowl) in a program that included Elgar's "Enigma Variations," Borda says he gave "one of the greatest verbal program notes I had...