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  • Spot the filmmaker's obsession

    Spot the filmmaker's obsession
    Joyful, choreographed dance numbers staged in crumbling Mumbai train stations are not how most American films end. Yet when just such a scene crops up in " Slumdog Millionaire," the moment is perfectly apt. Sure, it's a Bollywood-meets-Hollywood ending,...
  • 'W.' directed by Oliver Stone, stars Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Banks, Ellen Burstyn, James Cromwell, Richard Dreyfuss

    'W.' directed by Oliver Stone, stars Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Banks, Ellen Burstyn, James Cromwell, Richard Dreyfuss
    Unlike its subject, "W." can't win. At this point in the current administration, I doubt even Oliver Stone wants to see an Oliver Stone film about the life and exceptional good luck enjoyed (and squandered, if you agree with the filmmaker and his...
  • Nicole Kidman Dusts Off Dusty Springfield Role

    Fox 2000 is developing a biopic of British chanteuse Dusty Springfield to be produced by and star Nicole Kidman. The project will reunite Kidman with Michael Cunningham, whose book "The Hours" (adapted by David Hare) became a vehicle for Kidman's Oscar-...
  • A Tragic Tale, Twice Told Well

    "Atonement" begins on a sweltering 1935 summer day, on the grounds of an English country house buckling, imperceptibly, under the weight of forbidden fruit. The atmosphere of elegant rot suffusing director Joe Wright's film, a beautiful follow-up to...
  • Golden Globes: They're Here!

     
    Da boys did good at da Globes... The Golden Globes - Hollywood's silliest awards - seemed to me kind of un-silly in the TV categories, but a coupla exceptions. Check 'em out below... Observations? The obvious ones. "30 Rock"......
  • Dispatch from London: Priscilla, Kiera and Rothko

     
    Not unusually cold weather, rare snowfalls or the continuing recession seem to thwart arts audiences here. On a recent trip, I found that galleries at London’s major museums were so full it was difficult to get close to the artworks.......
  • Oscars guided by guild awards in nominations

     
    This year, 19 of the 20 SAG acting nominees are contending at the Academy Awards. The only one not to make the cut was SAG supporting actress contender Diane Kruger ("Inglourious Basterds"), who was replaced on the Oscars ballot by Maggie Gyllenhaal ("...
  • The glitter, the glamour, the war

    Hollywood's new buzzword is "appropriate." That's appropriate as in "respectful," "subdued" and "sober," not to be confused with "somber," which has yet to be invited to the Oscars. Will Smith, who was scheduled to be a presenter at this year's...
  • Stage invades history

    Stage invades history
    JUST over two years ago I seemed always to be in California, taking part in the celebrations surrounding the release of the film I'd written of Michael Cunningham's novel "The Hours." While the creative team was giving interviews and being mildly feted,...