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  • The Morning Fix: James Murdoch out as BSkyB chair! Big paydays for big media.

     
    James Murdoch out as BSkyB chairman. Media execs get big pay days....
  • Stale-looking 'That's My Boy' is a raunchy risk for Adam Sandler

     
    “That’s My Boy” will be Adam Sandler’s first R-rated comedy under his own brand (as opposed to films he’s made with prominent directors like Paul Thomas Anderson or Judd Apatow). “That’s My Boy” is being...
  • Box Office: 'Think Like a Man' is surprise No. 1 again [Updated]

     
    "Think Like a Man" was a surprise No. 1 at the box office for the second consecutive weekend, grossing $18 million. Four new films, meanwhile, underperformed -- including the Judd-Apatow produced romantic comedy "The Five-Year Engagement," starring...
  • Movie Projector: 'Five-Year Engagement' expected to reach altar first

     
    "The Five-Year Engagement" is expected to debut with a solid sum of around $20 million at the box office this weekend. The film about a troubled relationship is likely to perform far better than three other movies hitting theaters this weekend. Both the...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Canon lawyer, Bert Fields

    Patt Morrison Asks: Canon lawyer, Bert Fields
    Who wrote Shakespeare? Sounds like "Who's buried in Grant's tomb?" Yet about 150 years ago, people on both sides of the Atlantic began asking how an otherwise obscure William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon could have crafted the most brilliant works...
  • Today’s screening: ‘Anonymous’

     
    It's about Shakespeare and Queen Liz the first and Burbage and Marlowe and Edward DeVere and Ben Jonson. So a little homework is in order before taking in “Anonymous,” Roland Emmerich's period piece about who REALLY wrote Shakespeare's plays....
  • 'Anonymous' won't open nationwide in last-minute change

     
    Sony Pictures will open the William Shakespeare authorship drama "Anonymous" in only 250 theaters next weekend, scaling back from an initial wide release and hoping to first build word of mouth....
  • EXCLUSIVE: Rhys Ifans on ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’

     
    I've been a fan of Rhys Ifans since watching him steal scenes from Hugh Grant in “Notting Hill,” and (as an imported Euro-kicker) in “The Replacements.” He's done period pieces (“Vanity Fair,” “Elizabeth: The...
  • Music theater review: Peter Sellars' 'Desdemona' at Berkeley

     
    Peter Sellars' "Desdemona" -- with text by Toni Morrison and music by Rokia Traoré -- is an incantatory new re-imagining of Shakespeare's "Othello," giving the missing voice to the women and Africans....
  • 'Anonymous' provokes skepticism from Shakespeare experts

     
    "Anonymous," the new movie from disaster-flick auteur Roland Emmerich, revives the age-old Oxfordian theory of Shakespearean authorship arguing that Edward de Vere was in fact the man behind the Bard's masterpieces....
  • Movie Review: Anonymous

     
    Leave it to a German to blitzkrieg the Immortal Bard and the Virgin Queen in one sitting. Roland “2012/Godzilla” Emmerich's “Anonymous” is a generally sober-minded legitimizing of a couple of the Elizabethan Era's most fervently...
  • Movie Projector: 'Puss in Boots' to stomp on competition

     
    The animated fugitive hero of "Puss in Boots" will run away with the box office crown this weekend, according to those who have seen pre-release audience surveys. Two other films debuting in wide release, "In Time" with Justin Timberlake and "The Rum...