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  • Memo to Universal's Donna Langley: Avoid Sympathetic Characters

    MEMO: TO DONNA LANGLEY In keeping with this column's tradition of dispensing advice to people who haven't asked for it, I am offering herewith some ideas for you to ponder as you embark on your expanded responsibilities at Universal. Think of them as a...
  • 'RoboCop,' 'About Last Night' likely no match for 'Lego Movie'

    'RoboCop,' 'About Last Night' likely no match for 'Lego Movie'
    Two 1980s remakes, "RoboCop" and "About Last Night," are poised to beat rival Valentine's Day fare at the box office, but neither is likely to knock down last week's massive chart-topper "The Lego Movie." The irreverent toy-based comedy should best...
  • 'Les Miserables' to lead Orlando Shakespeare Theater's next season

    'Les Miserables' to lead Orlando Shakespeare Theater's next season
    "Les Miserables" will kick off the Signature Series of Orlando Shakespeare Theater's 2014-15 season, theater officials announced Tuesday. The musical's first Orlando-based production will open Sept. 12 and will be the Shakes' largest single show, said...
  • Review: Colin Farrell and 'Winter's Tale' unabashedly romantic

     Review: Colin Farrell and 'Winter's Tale' unabashedly romantic
    "Winter's Tale" is so obviously a passion project, so much a labor of love for industry veteran Akiva Goldsman, that you'd like to be able to say it's a complete success. It isn't, but the parts that do succeed, especially the fervor between stars Colin...
  • REVIEW: 'Winter's Tale' ★ 1/2

    REVIEW: 'Winter's Tale' &#9733 1/2
    In the movies, particularly in the case of best-sellers adapted for the screen, time travel and its next-door neighbor, reincarnation, seem like a good idea at the time. But very often something goes gooey. Even with Colin Farrell's soulful eyes, the...
  • 98% of Faith Driven Consumers Don't Support 'Noah,' Survey Shows

    Despite its Biblical inspiration, Paramount's upcoming "Noah" may face some rough seas with religious audiences, according to a new survey by Faith Driven Consumers. The religious organization found in a survey that 98% of its supporters were not...
  • 'Noah:' Faith-based group, Paramount in biblical battle

    'Noah:' Faith-based group, Paramount in biblical battle
    Talk about a Holy War. Paramount has taken the unusual step of issuing a press release debunking a survey and a resultant Variety story about the faith-based community’s skepticism for the studio’s upcoming  tentpole “Noah.” In...
  • Watch the 'Noah' Super Bowl Spot

    Paramount Pictures has purchased a Super Bowl spot to promote Darren Aronofsky's "Noah," which is sailing into theaters March 28. The studio announced plans to show the commercial for the film before kick-off, after the national anthem. Paramount also...
  • 'Pursuit of Happiness' Director Hopes New Indie Puts Him Back on Studios' Radar

    For Italian director Gabriele Muccino, making movies in Hollywood has been a roller-coaster ride that began at the top, working with Will Smith as helmer of "The Pursuit of Happyness" and "Seven Pounds," and came hurtling back to earth with 2012 train...
  • First Image: Russell Crowe's Helming Debut 'The Water Diviner'

    LONDON -- The first image has been released from the set of Russell Crowe's feature helming debut, "The Water Diviner," which is shooting in Australia before moving on to Turkey. Mister Smith Entertainment is handling international sales on the epic...
  • Berlin: Jessica Chastain's 'Secret Scripture' Set to Shoot in May in Ireland

    Voltage Pictures is coming on board for international sales at Berlin for Irish drama "The Secret Scripture" with Jessica Chastain and Vanessa Redgrave attached to star. Noel Pearson ("My Left Foot") is producing the adaptation of the Sebastian Barry...
  • Craig Lahiff, Australian Director, Dies

    HONG KONG - Craig Lahiff, a stalwart of the Australian film industry, has died. A writer, director and producer, Lahiff was 66 and succumbed Sunday Feb. 2 after a short illness. His first feature was an acclaimed telemovie "Coda" in 1987, which he...