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David Chase

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  • Impressive Contenders From Various Networks Crowd Emmy Slate

    Once again, HBO has the 800-pound gorilla in this year's Emmy TV movie race. That's little surprise, since the pay cabler has long dominated that category, averaging 60% of the nominees in the past decade. But the news this year is that HBO and its...
  • Sailing: It's OK fast in Newport to Ensenada race

    It's always a joke, tinted with slight worry, over whether the plethora of trophies will be allowed across the border for presentation at the finale of the Newport to Ensenada yacht race. Awarded for numerous categories, the collection comprises wooden...
  • 'Noah' Star Russell Crowe Breaks His Silence About Meeting the Pope

    Russell Crowe broke his silence about his much-publicized trip to Vatican City last week, sharing details about why it was so important for him to visit Pope Francis. Crowe, who had been tweeting the Pope about his upcoming Biblical adventure for weeks,...
  • 'Mad Men's' Matthew Weiner: 'Trust Me, I'm Going to Miss It More Than You Will'

    The question came up the very first time Matthew Weiner sat before journalists at the Television Critics Assn. tour to promote the July 2007 premiere of "Mad Men." How will it end? More specifically -- how long did he see the time frame of the show...
  • Matthew Weiner Opens Doors for New Talent on 'Mad Men' Production Team

    It's no secret that "Mad Men" launched the careers of most of its stars -- Jon Hamm was best known for a recurring role on "Providence" before he slipped into Don Draper's suits. Whether casting virtual unknowns like Christina Hendricks and Elisabeth Moss...
  • TV's cool factor overtakes that of movies

    TV's cool factor overtakes that of movies
    Veteran TV director Michael Pressman got a surprising response when he asked students in his film directing class to describe their dream jobs. “Your job,” he said they told him recently. “We want to be the director in charge of a TV...
  • 'Enough Said' director found kindred spirit in Julia-Louis Dreyfus

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus takes her phone out of her purse in the middle of lunch to show off a photo that's served as her screen saver for the last three years. It's a shot of the actress, her husband, Brad Hall, and their two sons just before they left...
  • Wyndham Deerfield Beach launches two new restaurants and gelateria

    Wyndham Deerfield Beach launches two new restaurants and gelateria
    The Wyndham Deerfield Beach Resort  recently unveiled two new eateries and a gelateria as part of a $1 million enhancement of a former leased restaurant space. The previous restaurant concepts in that space had never really seemed to "gel," and so...
  • James Gandolfini Remembered at 'Enough Said' New York Premiere

    James Gandolfini's new film, Fox Searchlight's "Enough Said," premiered at New York's Paris Theatre on Sept. 16, and his co-stars and friends paid tribute to the late "Sopranos" star. After director Nicole Holofcener introduced her cast on-stage, her...
  • Why AMC's 'Breaking Bad' is the new novel

    Going into Sunday's Emmy telecast, all eyes are on "Breaking Bad." It's picked up a slew of acting awards during its five-season run and is this year's odds-on favorite for drama series; as the show moves toward its Sept. 29 finale, its ratings have...
  • Emmys 2013: How much was film's presence felt?

    Emmys 2013: How much was film's presence felt?
    It’s axiomatic in 2013 that there are enough blurred lines between film and TV to make Robin Thicke blush. And indeed, watching the Emmy Awards on Sunday night, it was hard not to be struck by the cinematic background of some of the winners. A...
  • Critics' Exchange: 'Breaking Bad,' an epistolary epilogue

    Critics' Exchange: 'Breaking Bad,' an epistolary epilogue
    Times television critics Mary McNamara and Robert Lloyd trade a few emails on the subject of "Breaking Bad." Mary: I just read your "final thoughts piece" and fear we are the only two TV critics in America who didn't love "Breaking Bad" with an...