Coffee and movie a tepid blend
Hollywood races to beat unions' pact deadlines
Who's ready for her close-up in new 'Sunset Boulevard' film?
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Comic-Con is big draw for those who make, those who watch fantasy films
Battle of titans looms at studio
Collection shows chemistry of Martin and Lewis
He feels good: Lee gets Snipes to portray James Brown in film
John Wayne gave manliness a quiet, endearing swagger
It's the pictures that got small - really, really small
For black films, going global isn't easy
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'Flags' explores story of famous Iwo Jima photo
Pulitzer columnist laughed at life, death
For Apple, a big step into media scramble
Muvico sells most tickets in nation to 'Dreamgirls'
And she is telling you she's not going
Supreme effort channels Motown's diva
Going for reading record
Comic Eddie Murphy creating buzz in serious role
Star-crossed, experts say
Success proves that he's no scrub
A new musical from the 'Grease' guy Theater: Baltimore-born Kenneth Waissman took a show to Broadway 25 years ago, and tonight he ushers 'Street Corner Symphony' into the limelight.
Cosmetics' different makeup Fashion: While trends come and go, M.A.C is sitting pretty with the hip and the high-society thanks to packaging, panache and product loyalty.
The man who gave the world e-mail Innovation: It was 25 years ago when Ray Tomlinson decided it might be possible to send a message from one computer to another.
Darling of the Divorced Author: Olivia 'The First Wives Club' Goldsmith says it's not revenge she writes about, but how difficult it is to be a woman right now. Whatever it is, women get it, and have made the book a best seller and the movie a huge hit.
George and Gracie live again on video
The 3 ages of woman
'Matilda,' 'Harriet' refuse to play by Hollywood's rules
RESORTING TO ROMANCE HONEYMOON HAVENS WHERE RELAXATION AND OUTDOOR FUN GO HAND IN HAND
Cruise couldn't resist doing own 'cool' stunts Actor: In the first film from his new production team, the star either volunteered to do the stunts himself, or he allowed himself to be talked into it.
L.A. Games a success even with Depression Didrikson steals show in '32 with two golds; Olympiads in review
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Original Voyager goes where it has gone before
Hollywood is clucking over salaries
Remaking history with Gump sequel
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Filmmaker Amy Heckerling clued in when it comes to the teen-age experience
Musical 'Clue' makes good moves