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  • Judge rules for Paul Haggis, Brendan Fraser in 'Crash' lawsuit

     
    A judge in Los Angeles has found that "Crash" producer Bob Yari engaged in "creative accounting" as part of an "intentional scheme" to withhold money from director Paul Haggis, star Brendan Fraser and co-writer Bobby Moresco. In a ruling issued......
  • Renny Harlin on his career: 'I get it. I'm not the messiah anymore'

     
    Renny Harlin takes a big step forward in his comeback story with the new drama "5 Days of War."...
  • Anne Hathaway, Jim Sturgess give quiet glam at 'One Day' premiere

     
    Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess quietly premiered their romance flick "One Day" in New York, attended by the likes of Paul Haggis, designer Rachel Roy, Howard Stern's wife Beth and more. An after party at the Russian Tea Room followed....
  • Candidates square off in WGA, West presidential election contest

     
    The heat is turning up in the upcoming Writers Guild of America, West presidential election. Christopher Keyser, a board member and co-creator of the TV show "Party of Five," squared off against the better known Patric M. Verrone, the former......
  • Reel Critics: Heart-pounding action but foggy plot in 'Next Three Days'

    Reel Critics: Heart-pounding action but foggy plot in 'Next Three Days'
    Paul Haggis is a director and screenwriter who has garnered Academy Award attention with "Million Dollar Baby" and "Crash." He helped rejuvenate the James Bond franchise in the 2006 update to "Casino Royale." In "The Next Three Days," Haggis teams up with...
  • 'The Next Three Days'

    'The Next Three Days'
    Love literally knows no bounds for the husband (Russell Crowe) of a murder suspect (Elizabeth Banks) when he decides to break her out of jail in this well-paced melodrama directed and co-written by Paul Haggis ("Crash"). The desperate spouse-on-the-...
  • The Valley Line: Evenings of Oscars, gowns, books and writers

    The Valley Line: Evenings of Oscars, gowns, books and writers
    The “Big Show” — the one I wait for each year — has come and gone. It was Oscar night. Each year I invite my best girlfriends over for snacks, sips and gown-watching as the Academy Awards are handed out. Well, it wasn’t...
  • Reading Charlie Kaufman's Next Project

    Scriptland, launching today, is a new weekly feature on the work and professional lives of screenwriters. I have the new Charlie Kaufman screenplay on my desk. I've read it — no, lived it. I've been moved and astounded by it. And I'm tortured by...
  • Hollywood shocker: Meg Whitman gets a helping hand from movie biz execs

     
    It's no surprise to see, thanks to this enterprising story in The Wrap, that California's liberal senatorial duchess Barbara Boxer has been scooping up tons of money from Hollywood liberals in recent weeks. The list just goes on and on,......
  • 'Brokeback,' 'Crash' win WGA honors

    'Brokeback,' 'Crash' win WGA honors
    "Brokeback Mountain," a haunting tale of cowboys in love, and "Crash," a gritty look at Los Angeles race relations, solidified their positions as Oscars front-runners Saturday when they picked up top honors at the 58th annual Writers Guild of America...