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  • 'Muppets Most Wanted' a weak sequel, early reviews say

    'Muppets Most Wanted' a weak sequel, early reviews say
    After the success of the 2011 reboot "The Muppets," which delighted critics and grossed more than $165 million worldwide, a sequel was inevitable. Opening March 21, "Muppets Most Wanted" picks up right where the Muppet gang left off and sends them on a...
  • Anne Sweeney exits Disney. Bill Maher sticks up for Jay Leno.

    Anne Sweeney exits Disney. Bill Maher sticks up for Jay Leno.
    After the coffee. Before deciding if what I really want to do is direct. The Skinny: Just bought the book "Kitty Genovese: The Murder, the Bystanders, the Crime that Changed America." I'll give you a full report when I finish. I've always been...
  • 'Veronica Mars' and the Kickstarter model: Who's it for?

    'Veronica Mars' and the Kickstarter model: Who's it for?
    The tweets were coming fast and furious before many of the weekend screenings had rolled their credits: “Veronica Mars,” the Rob Thomas cult show revived as a Kickstarter film to much fanfare last year, was a bust. You probably saw five in...
  • Sony makes cuts. CNN ratings fly high. Inside the Golden Globes.

    Sony makes cuts. CNN ratings fly high. Inside the Golden Globes.
    After the coffee. Before getting into my March Madness zone. The Skinny: I finished reading "Kitty Genovese" by Kevin Cook about the infamous 1964 murder. While Cook does a good job of shooting holes into the accepted story about the horrendous crime,...
  • Jason Bateman uses 'Bad Words' to make good things happen

    Jason Bateman uses 'Bad Words' to make good things happen
    Jason Bateman is used to transitions. In a career that stretches back nearly 35 years, he has pulled off tricky moves from child actor to adult star and from television to movies. Now, with the opening Friday of "Bad Words," his debut film as director,...
  • 'Other Woman' may beat 'Capt. America'; Seth Meyers to host Emmys

    'Other Woman' may beat 'Capt. America'; Seth Meyers to host Emmys
    After the coffee. Before finding out why I'm not hosting the Emmys. The Skinny: It is never fun giving a cat medicine. Try giving your cat three different doses if you really want frustration. I'm pretty sure Skinny isn't enjoying it either. Today's...
  • Duchess of Cambridge wears Alexander McQueen to DJ in Australia

    Duchess of Cambridge wears Alexander McQueen to DJ in Australia
    The Duchess of Cambridge wore a pale outfit with a peplum top and box-pleated skirt by Alexander McQueen on Wednesday when she and Prince William visited Elizabeth, a suburb of Adelaide, Australia. Among other things, the pair tried out a DJ deck at a...
  • Larry Kramer's 'Normal Heart' beats, finally, on HBO

    "WHY DID it take so long? Why did it take so long to make the play into a film?" That is the question Larry Kramer asked several months ago, as work progressed on Ryan Murphy's HBO adaptation of Kramer's devastating 1985 play "The Normal Heart." Kramer'...
  • Turner Broadcasting seeks change. Too much NFL for advertisers?

    Turner Broadcasting seeks change. Too much NFL for advertisers?
    After the coffee. Before hopping a plane back to L.A.  The Skinny: I'm on the East Coast right now so the blood moon happened past my bedtime. The pictures looked cool though. I survived my Seder. Now I just need to burn off the meal and hope the rain...
  • Maximilian Schell dies at 83; Oscar-winning actor

    Maximilian Schell dies at 83; Oscar-winning actor
    When Austrian-born actor Maximilian Schell won the best actor Academy Award in 1962 for his role in "Judgment at Nuremberg," he gave a short thank-you speech in which he recalled being questioned by a customs official upon first arriving in the United...
  • Tom Sherak dies at 68; former head of motion picture academy

     Tom Sherak dies at 68; former head of motion picture academy
    Tom Sherak had a long career as a studio executive and was involved in hundreds of films, including "Black Hawk Down," "Mrs. Doubtfire" and "Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace." But Sherak is best known for the jobs he did for free or...
  • Kardashian: We've Been Had

    Anyone with half a brain and a teaspoon of common sense saw this coming a mile away. Nevertheless, I must describe the news flash of the week with these words: Shameful. Disgusting. Obscene. Yes, today I'm writing about the microwave marriage of...