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  • 'Thor' star Anthony Hopkins explains the ruthless charm of Odin

     
    Anthony Hopkins is ready to cross the Rainbow Bridge to Asgard. "For 'Thor,'" he pointed out, "I don't just play a father, I play the god-father." Work is underway on the fourth Marvel Studios film, and Hopkins said he is......
  • Friday's TV Talk Shows: Tiger talks at 8 a.m.

     
    Early Show Sgt. Matthew Flemister. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Speed skater Katherine Reutter; Rodrigo y Gabriela performs. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC Good Morning America Martin Scorsese; Dana Delany. (N) 7 a.m. KABC Tiger Woods The golfer speaks to friends,......
  • Quiz: Which Oscar-winning role was not gay?

     
    Last year Sean Penn ("Milk") became the sixth actor to reap an Oscar for a gay role. The other five are cited below. Which role does not belong on this list? To see the answer, click on the "Continue Reading" link below. a.) William Hurt, "Kiss of the...
  • Ridley Scott's 'Robin Hood' remake: More poor than rich

     
    Ridley Scott has probably done more period films than any other current Hollywood director. His new “Robin Hood” is his fifth … or even his seventh if you want to count “Alien” and “Blade Runner” as “peri...
  • Movie Review: Robin Hood

     
    Here, at last, is Ridley Scott’s Russell Hood: Prince of Prequels, a dark and brawny version of the Robin Hood legend that anchors itself in English history and loses some of the merriment in the process. Scott, his screenwriter (Brian Helgeland of...
  • My fearless, 100% accurate Emmy nominations predictions

     
    Here's who I predict will score bids when Emmy Awards nominations are unveiled Thursday morning: BEST DRAMA SERIES "Breaking Bad" "Damages" "Dexter" "Mad Men" "The Good Wife" "Lost" ALTERNATES: "Big Love," "Friday Night Lights," "House M.D.," "Sons of...
  • Monster Mash: 'South Pacific' headed back to big screen; more on Getty's attempted Turner purchase

     
    -- Some enchanted evening: Producers are planning to bring the musical "South Pacific," which is currently playing at the Ahmanson, back to the big screen. (Variety via Theatermania) -- Big purchase: The latest in the Getty Museum's attempt to buy......
  • 'Juno' Star Floating on 'Eyre'

    Oscar nominee Ellen Page may be set to star in the latest adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre." This new incarnation of the endlessly filmed novel has been written by Moira Buffini and would be produced by Alison Owen ("The Other Boleyn Girl") of...
  • Summer Movies on DVD

    DVD Review:  SUMMER MOVIES  Lots of high $ movies, and so little time during the summer.  Flick Chick's here to sift through some of the movies you might have missed and tell you which ones are worth a look and which ones are better left as a dim...
  • DVD review-summer

    Summer Blockbuster Edition Lots of high $ movies, and so little time during the summer. Flick Chick's here to sift through some of the movies you might have missed and tell you which ones are worth a look and which ones are better left as a dim summer...
  • Tim Roth gives clinics on how to be the villain

    Tim Roth gives clinics on how to be the villain
    WITH HIS 1982 film debut as a window-smashing skinhead teen in "Made in Britain" and his Oscar-nominated sadist fop in the Highlands period drama " Rob Roy," Tim Roth has routinely been considered one of film's most exciting performers. The actor, though,...
  • Movie Review: 'The Incredible Hulk'

    What do you know? A credible Hulk. "Incredible" overstates it, but "The Incredible Hulk" finds a viable way to retell an old Jekyll and Hyde story, dating back to the early 1960s and a Cold War that inspired its share of unruly Marvel Comics misfits. The...