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  • Movie Review: Kill the Irishman

     
    Danny Greene was a two-fisted Irish-American street tough who became a force in the Cleveland mob of the 1970s before meeting his predictably unpleasant end. “Kill the Irishman,” the movie about him, is just as predictable — a...
  • Brendan Fraser in ‘William Tell 3D’

     
    A bit of news out of Cannes from Screen Daily — Brendan Fraser will go where Errol Flynn went before, picking up the bow as Swiss folk hero “William Tell” in a family 3D film that Arclight is producing. You know the tale, the patriot...
  • Movie Review: Bloodworth

     
    Drawled words and phrases roll off the tongue like backwoods Shakespeare in “Bloodworth,” the second feature film to be made from a book by Southern Gothic novelist William Gay. And like “That Evening Sun,” there's a languorous,...
  • EXCLUSIVE: Hilary Duff talks about reinventing her brand

     
    “Lizzie McGuire” is long gone. Her last concert tour was four years ago. Gone are her signature perfumes, though at least one fashion line lives on at DKNY. Hilary Duff, Disney’s girl-next-door, is all grown up, newly married and...
  • Movie Preview: 5 Days of War

     
    It's the Russo-Georgian war of a couple of years back, as seen through the eyes of heroic journalists — aka Rupert Friend. You'll recognize Val Kilmer, Andy Garcia and a few other faces in this trailer to the Brit-made “5 Days of War.”...
  • ‘Breathless’ nabs Val Kilmer, Ray Liotta and Gina Gershon

     
    Here's a lineup that sounds very hip and indie circa 1999 — Val Kilmer (killed in “Spartan” and “Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang,” but off the radar ever since), Gina Gershon (great in “Bound,” pretty good in “...
  • Literary highlights of Comic-Con

     
    Edgar Allen Poe and John Milton had their time in the sun at San Diego's Comic-Con....
  • Renny Harlin on his career: 'I get it. I'm not the messiah anymore'

     
    Renny Harlin takes a big step forward in his comeback story with the new drama "5 Days of War."...
  • Joel Schumacher: 'Val Kilmer was the best Batman'

     
    "I thought he looked great in the costume, and I thought he brought a depth to the role," he says....
  • Grammy nominees include audio books from Tina Fey, Betty White

     
    Two audiobooks of memoirs by comediennes, read by the authors themselves, received Grammy nominations this week: Tina Fey's "Bossypants" and Betty White's "If You Ask Me (And of Course You Won't)."...
  • Review: Ryan Adams at Walt Disney Concert Hall

     
    Ryan Adams performed the first of two sold out nights at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts was there to review it....
  • Cannes 2012: 'Rocky' producer to take fight to Rebekah Brooks

     
    Few media figures get liberal pundits' blood boiling more than Rebekah Brooks, the disgraced former News of the World editor who has been criminally charged in the News Corp. phone-hacking scandal. But for moviedom, there’s a different question: Can...