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  • TIFF 2013: Ron Howard's curiosity leads to Jay Z, Formula One films

    TIFF 2013: Ron Howard's curiosity leads to Jay Z, Formula One films
    TORONTO -- Ron Howard and Jay Z aren't names you'd expect to find in the same sentence, much less people you'd figure would one day work together. But 10 days before the hip-hop artist's two-day Made in America music festival in Philadelphia over...
  • 'American Horror Story' renewed for Season 4

    'American Horror Story' renewed for Season 4
    "American Horror Story" will live to frighten another day. FX announced on Wednesday that Ryan Murphy's "miniseries franchise" would return for another cycle. Murphy's take on the horror genre, which involves a repertory group of actors performing...
  • Blake Shelton's 'Based on a True Story...' wins CMA top album award

    CMA Award voters, perhaps trying to avoid the partisan politics that have handcuffed Washington this year, took the safe route by giving the album of the year award to Blake Shelton's "Based on a True Story..." That skirted the most dynamic entries in...
  • No Laughing Matter: TV Networks Need New Sitcoms

    It's been four years since ABC's "Modern Family" came along and seemingly put the half-hour comedy back on the map, but the TV biz has hardly been a laugh-a-minute since. Not only has the Alphabet been unable to find a companion to its megahit comedy, but...
  • Is 'Insidious: Chapter 2' making good on 'Blair Witch's' promise?

    Is 'Insidious: Chapter 2' making good on 'Blair Witch's' promise?
    Revolutions never start when you think they will. In 1999, “The Blair Witch Project” took the film world by storm, becoming one of the hottest horror movies of all time. It was supposed to start a new wave of low-budget productions in the...
  • Film Reviews: Opening This Week (Oct. 28-Nov. 1, 2013)

    Ender's Game Distributor: Summit Entertainment An anti-bullying allegory writ on the largest possible scale, "Ender's Game" frames an interstellar battle between mankind and pushy ant-like aliens, called Formics, in which Earth's fate hinges on a tiny...
  • Copies just can't beat originals on price

    Q: I bought this framed photo of John Lennon long ago at a yard sale. The man who sold it told me said it was a lithograph. The photo is marked, "1940-1980 Richard Avedon." Is it worth more than the $5 I paid for it? A: Richard Avedon was a famous...
  • Fine vintage paperweights fetch highest prices

    Q: My grandfather has two antique glass paperweights he wants to know about. He says the maker is Stanhope. I can't find any info on the maker. Can you help? A: Images sent show two ball-shaped glass paperweights. One has a green ground topped by a...
  • Five Examples of Why You Should Stick to the Supernatural When Making a Horror Movie

    When it comes to the horror genre and box office potential, the biggest truism is that it's all about the movie. Horror films, in particular, have some of the most fervent fans, which can make for an impressive opening weekend box office that lead to...
  • Mark Burnett: Thriving in Primetime's Shark Tank

    Producing a hit TV show is no easy feat. Producing four hit shows across three networks and a variety of genres is a Herculean task. For Mark Burnett, that's simply another day at the office. The ubiquitous reality maven has his flag planted at ABC ("...
  • Venice Film Review: 'Fish & Cat'

    Inspired by a news item about a provincial restaurant that served human flesh, "Fish & Cat" initially looks as if it might be the first Iranian slasher movie, but all is not as it seems. Filmed in one long, bravura shot by lenser Mahmud Kalari ("A...