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  • Diverse crowd descending on Sundance

    Diverse crowd descending on Sundance
    Sundance will bring a reliable cast of characters when it opens Thursday. Actor Sam Rockwell will hobnob at the Riverhorse restaurant in Park City. Festival chief Robert Redford will endorse indie film at the Eccles theater. Dealmaker John Sloss will...
  • Small town, large impact

    Small town, large impact
    The Sundance Film Festival is always the most paradoxical of events, and this year's edition is shaping up as no exception. This most important of American film festivals opens Thursday night in an enthusiastic town -- Park City, Utah -- that is...
  • Sean Combs joins 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' spin-off

    It's a story better suited to April 1: Not only is a sequel in the works to "Forgetting Sarah Marshall," Sean "Puffy/Diddy/Puff Daddy" Combs will co-star. Combs has signed on for a role in "Get Him to the Greek," according to The Hollywood Reporter....
  • Beamer says Brooks doing OK

    After a week of on-site preparation for tonight's Orange Bowl against No. 12 Cincinnati, Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer offered a sober review of right guard Jaymes Brooks' impending first start. "He's done OK," Beamer said Wednesday of the redshirt...
  • Coming Monday: Deconstructing the rap war

    Pulitzer Prize-winning staff writer Chuck Philips deconstructs the 1994 ambush of Tupac Shakur at the Quad Recording Studio in New York - the first shot of a lethal, bi-coastal feud that culminated in the killings of Shakur and rap's other leading star,...
  • Pistol-whipping? Home invasion robbery? Not at Diddy's house

     
    It happened early Sunday: Two armed men and two women forced their way into a party at a Mulholland Drive mini-mansion and robbed at gunpoint a bunch of as-yet unidentified hip-hop and R&B performers who were staying there (as well......
  • Janelle Monae, Tuesday (and Wednesday) at the Viper Room

     
    Rocking a cummerbund, bow tie and pompadour combo, this Afro-punk soul-pop singer has been captivating audiences with her dynamic stage presence, and is certainly living up to the hype as a P. Diddy protégé. Although she's often been referred to as...
  • This weekend: Al Pacino in ‘You Don’t Know Jack’; TV Land Awards; ‘America The Story of Us’; ‘When Love Is Not Enough’

     
    In a weekend of big programs, Al Pacino's return to television is an event. He is in splendid form as Dr. Jack Kevorkian in HBO’s “You Don’t Know Jack,” which debuts at 9 p.m. Saturday. (Pacino is pictured in this HBO photo by A...
  • Doubling down: Jonah Hill has two dissimilar films due.

     
    “This is the proudest year of my career so far, to have ‘Get Him to the Greek' and ‘Cyrus' come out a month apart from each other,” says 26-year-old Jonah Hill in a swanky hotel restaurant, over a stiff glass of ice-cold water. ...
  • Tony Award nominee Kenny Leon on 'Fences' and working with Denzel Washington and Viola Davis

     
    Most Tony Awards gurus believe August Wilson's "Fences" is a shoo-in to win best play revival, considering two factors. First, it has classic awards pedigree: The original 1987 production won the Tony for best play plus the Pulitzer Prize. Second, the...
  • Rickey Minor on his 'Idol' run, Season 9, Adam Lambert and the Pickler that got away

     
    Wednesday’s “American Idol” finale didn’t just mark Simon Cowell’s last night on the job, the show also bid farewell to musical director, bandleader and chief arranger Rickey Minor, who takes over “The Tonight Show&#...
  • Movie projector: 'Get Him to the Greek' and 'Killers' aiming for No. 2 against 'Shrek'

     
    Last year on the first weekend of June, "The Hangover" shocked Hollywood with a $41-million opening, one of the biggest ever for an R-rated comedy. This year the R-rated "Get Him to the Greek" and PG-13 "Killers" are both hoping......