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  • MRC, Shyamalan Working On Their Night Movies

    MRC, already facing the challenge of resurrecting The CW's Sunday night lineup, is now tackling M. Night Shyamalan's career. According to Variety, the "Sixth Sense" filmmaker and Media Rights Capital are forming Night Chronicles, a financing/production...
  • Comic-Con in San Diego: Get your geek on

    Comic-Con in San Diego: Get your geek on
    IT'S THE Cannes of Capes, the World's Fair for Fanboys, the ultimate Bazaar of the Bizarre. Comic-Con International gets underway today at the San Diego Convention Center and 125,000 fans will attend this frothy celebration -- and hard sell -- of pop...
  • Hollywood's endangered entrepreneurs

    Hollywood's endangered entrepreneurs
    IT'S hard to imagine New Line Cinema without Bob Shaye, its prickly paterfamilias. The company is being absorbed into Time Warner's Warner Bros. film division, with Shaye and most of the employees being cast adrift. Long after he'd sold his company in...
  • Guest blogger: Jaime King writes about hitting bottom on 'Mother's Day' set

     
    One of my favorite people in Hollywood is Jaime King, the actress who has built quite the fanboy resume with roles in "Sin City," "My Bloody Valentine," "The Spirit," "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" series and the film "Fanboys" (which......
  • The habit Hollywood can't seem to kick: Remakes

     
    Hollywood, as everyone knows, is teeming with liberals of every shape, size, creed and color. Away from work, the legions of Prius-driving actors, filmmakers and studio executives are always busy ardently promoting some desperately important progressive...
  • Big in Japan: Godzilla's past emerges from the depths of history on Blu-ray

     
    Randy Lewis is back writing for the Hero Complex. Here's his look back at the Lizard King of Japanese cinema... The 2004 theatrical reissue of the original 1954 Japanese version of ???Gojira,??? which washed up on U.S. shores two years......
  • Bob Weinstein picks new name for Dimension: Sequel Films

     
    OK, we're just kidding about the name change, but Bob Weinstein is telling Variety that he's going "back to doing what I do best" -- yelling at his brother, Harvey. (OK, still just kidding.) But seriously, in what seems like......
  • VIDEO SCOOP: Juliette Lewis and Drew Barrymore never partied together?

     
    One would think that former party girls Juliette Lewis and Drew Barrymore would have bumped into each other over the years. Surely they met at some of the same wild parties? Seems not. "Oddly enough, you would have thought we'd......
  • Adrien Brody squanders Oscar capital in 'Predators'

     
    When Adrien Brody gave Halle Berry that infamous kiss onstage at the 2002 Academy Awards, he may have caught her Oscar curse. Since then the surprise lead-actor winner for "The Pianist" has failed to find the right role to contend again, just as Berry...
  • '2012' and the making of the end of the world

     
    HOLLYWOOD BACKLOT The end of the world begins on Nov. 13. That's the release date of "2012," the disaster film from director Roland Emmerich, the German filmmaker who apparently likes to pluck his movie titles from the calendar ("Independence Day,"......
  • 'Predators' and Adrien Brody hunt for action-film credibility

     
    Patrick Goldstein at our sister blog, The Big Picture, was deeply puzzled by the news that Oscar winner Adrien Brody is taking on the lead role in "Predators," producer Robert Rodriguez's revisiting of the alien-hunter franchise. Here's an excerpt: The......
  • The '2012' doomsday craze is keeping scientists busy and frustrated

     
    Los Angeles Times staff writer John Johnson Jr. writes about science for the paper, not science fiction, so you don't see his name pop up in this blog. That changes today, though, because Johnson and the scientists he covers are......