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  • On Location: Virgin flies high with 'Departure Date' film

     
    British tycoon Sir Richard Branson has made a career out of bucking conventions — opening a recording studio in a country estate, building an affordable, premium airline service with soft violet mood lighting and seat-back entertainment screens, and...
  • Detective who worked for 'Bling Ring' movie on desk duty

     
    A Los Angeles Police Department officer has been placed on desk duty following a Times investigation that revealed he served as a paid consultant on a Hollywood film without department permission....
  • A heady brew of movie dreams

    A heady brew of movie dreams
    The cafe is narrow, with a dozen little tables and a gray concrete floor. Nothing too fancy. Nothing too shiny. No espresso poured into designer porcelain with a dusting of organic cacao and a layer of orange-infused, textured milk. No movie stars. Or...
  • Sofia Coppola curates Robert Mapplethorpe show in Paris

     
    Sofia Coppola is curating a new exhibition of photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe at the Galerie Thaddeus Ropac in Paris. The show, titled "Robert Mapplethorpe by Sofia Coppola," is set to open Friday and will run through Jan. 7....
  • Morelia Film Festival: Notes, reflections and winners

     
    As a first-time visitor to the Morelia International Film Festival, I got more than a full dose of what contemporary cinema in Mexico looks like these days. Indeed, I might have overloaded. Over the course of 5 ½ days at the festival last week, I managed...
  • Q&A: Jason Schwartzman continues 'Bored to Death,' excitedly

     
    "I hope I can can get three or four or five seasons," Jason Schwartzman told me in September, just before the start of the second season of "Bored to Death," in which he stars with Ted Danson and Zach Galifianakis......
  • ‘America’s Next Top Model’ recap: Tyra’s Italian job

     
    And now it’s time for the international portion of "Top Model." You know, the part where Tyra jets the last handful of wannabes to exotic locations so that the elimination process can get ever more tortuous and the challenges have......
  • 'Designs on Film' charts the history of cinematic art direction

     
    Film buffs and followers of this column may be tempted by the recently published "Designs On FIlm: A Century of Hollywood Art Direction," (It Books, $75). The 384-page almost letterbox-shaped book by author, interior decorator and cinema style blogger...
  • Guess who's missing from Hollywood Reporter's most powerful women in showbiz list

     
    It's hard to imagine a more depressing symbol of the lack of influence of women directors in Hollywood than the Hollywood Reporter's new Women in Entertainment Power 100 List. The list, which gives the No. 1 spot to ABC TV......
  • Sofia Coppola: real-life homecoming queen at 'Somewhere' premiere

     
    After conquering the Venice International Film Festival with her latest offering, "Somewhere," Sofia Coppola's stateside opening was as cool and casual as the director herself. Coppola brought her movie "home to Hollywood," as Focus Features Chief Exec...
  • 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn': Sofia Coppola turned down directing gig

     
    The "Lost in Translation" director says she was approached to direct the final "Twilight" movie. "I talked to them about it. I liked the first story, and I have so many friends' kids who love it. I think it's romantic. But yeah, I didn't end up doing it."...
  • Box office: 'Little Fockers' big but littler than its predecessor; 'True Grit' strong second; 'Gulliver's Travels' flops [Updated]

     
    The Fockers are still the king of the busy holiday box office as "Little Fockers" had a pretty good start, but the Coen brothers' "True Grit" was surprisingly close on their heels. Meanwhile, Jack Black's "Gulliver's Travels" barely got off......