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  • Mick Jagger, Tina Turner among famous lips in 'Blow me a Kiss'

    Mick Jagger, Tina Turner among famous lips in 'Blow me a Kiss'
    The seductive allure of luscious red-stained lips has always been hard to resist. This undeniable symbol of glamour and sex appeal -- whether puckered in mid-kiss, slightly parted or poised with a slender cigarette holder ala Audrey Hepburn -- has defined...
  • Mick Jagger on James Brown: 'He Was Very Generous and Kind With Me and He Wasn't Kind With Everybody'

    The Mecca of R&B music, aka Harlem's Apollo Theater, played host to Monday's world premiere of Universal's James Brown biopic "Get On Up." "I first saw James Brown at the Apollo," said Mick Jagger, who produced the film through his shingle Jagged Films....
  • Linda Ronstadt, Bill T. Jones to receive National Medal of Arts

    Linda Ronstadt, Bill T. Jones to receive National Medal of Arts
    A diverse roster of big names in the arts, literature and entertainment – including Linda Ronstadt, dancer-choreographer Bill T. Jones, author Maxine Hong Kingston, Broadway composer John Kander and L.A.-nurtured visual artist James Turrell --...
  • Lionel Richie Bringing All His Best Ballads To Mohegan

    Lionel Richie Bringing All His Best Ballads To Mohegan
    American singer, songwriter, actor and producer Lionel Richie has "partied all night long," "danced on the ceiling," and provided a host of romantic ballads that are the "go to" songs when talking about falling in and out of love. He is coming to...
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Austenland' on Starz

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'Austenland' on Starz
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 13 - 19, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Monumental Mysteries This new episode...
  • Brian Grazer is Hustling to Keep Imagine Entertainment Relevant in Ever-Changing Hollywood

    It's odd to see Brian Grazer chillin'. But there he is -- the frenetic mega-producer -- lounging in his sprawling backyard in Santa Monica, Calif., overlooking the Riviera Country Club, munching on a breakfast of turkey bacon and eggs over easy, drinking...
  • Review: Paul McCartney rebounds at United Center

    Review: Paul McCartney rebounds at United Center
    Let’s start with the undeniable: At eight years older than that fellow who needs to be fed in “When I’m Sixty-Four,” Paul McCartney is not supposed to be able to do what he’s been doing, such as Wednesday night at the...
  • Karlovy Vary Film Review: 'Asthma'

    Junkie life is as chicly miserable as its most vapid chroniclers have always had us believe in "Asthma," a feature directorial debut from actor Jake Hoffman that is sorely in need of its own inhaler. Taking a perversely slow approach to fast living,...
  • Concert Review: 'Monty Python Live (Mostly)'

    Tina Turner has better legs, and Mick Jagger's got more experience electrifying the crowds. Still, when it comes to singing septuagenarians, it's hard to top (what remains of) Monty Python as the Brit comedy troupe's surviving members reunite for a...
  • James Jagger, Andrew Dice Clay Join Cast of HBO's Rock 'N' Roll Drama Pilot

    James Jagger, Andrew Dice Clay and P.J. Byrne are among the latest additions to the large cast of the pilot for HBO's rock 'n' roll drama project from Martin Scorsese, Terence Winter and George Mastras. Mick Jagger is among the exec producers of the...
  • 'Radio Free Albemuth' is Philip K. Dick at his dullest

    Revered sci-fi writer Philip K. Dick's posthumously-published "Radio Free Albemuth" earns a somewhat straightforward and updated screen adaptation from committed fan John Alan Simon. And therein lies the problem. Simon gives us a film that, unlike other...
  • 'Twee' author Marc Spitz on his nod to a subculture gone too far

    'Twee' author Marc Spitz on his nod to a subculture gone too far
    The subtitle of "Twee" (It Books: 354 pp, $16.99 paper), Marc Spitz's new cultural history, says it all: "The Gentle Revolution in Music, Books, Television, Fashion, and Film." How we so "gently" arrived here, however, needs an explanation. In Spitz's...