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  • Is China Outgrowing Hollywood?

    In the past few years, Westerners have exulted in the country's box office boom, which included hefty grosses for major-studio films such as "Iron Man 3," "Pacific Rim" and "The Croods." With the liberalization of access to the market and a greater...
  • Country Music Awards nominations announced

    Country Music Awards nominations announced
    (Reuters) - SingersTaylor Swiftand newcomerKacey Musgraveson Tuesday led the nominees for this year'sCountryMusicAssociationawards, one of the genre's top prizes. Swift, 23, and Musgraves, 25, each scored six nominations, followed by husband-...
  • James Wan Haunts 'Insidious: Chapter 2′ Premiere

    It wasn't Friday the 13th yet, but a sense of gloom befell the "Insidious: Chapter 2" world premiere on Sept. 10. What was so scary? The possibility of director James Wan not directing the film's possible third chapter. Wan (who didn't attend the...
  • Album review: Kaskade's dreamy, orchestral 'Atmosphere'

    Album review: Kaskade's dreamy, orchestral 'Atmosphere'
    Since his most recent double-album “Fire & Ice,” Kaskade has become shorthand for the arrival of stadium-sized EDM shows in America. After a decade honing his pointedly emotional, populist sound, he was the first dance act to headline...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'The F Word'

    The underlying sweetness of director Michael Dowse's 2011 hockey comedy "Goon" was a mere warm-up act for the full-on charm offensive of "The F Word." Had it centered around a less naturally engaging duo than Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan, this...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'Dom Hemingway'

    If the point of prison is to reform, then the experience hasn't done Dom Hemingway much good. Judging by Jude Law's opening monologue -- a long, colorful ode to his macho character's manhood, delivered under highly ironic circumstances -- the hot-headed...
  • Jazz preview: Angel City festival offers another compelling snapshot

    Jazz preview: Angel City festival offers another compelling snapshot
    Any discussion of the L.A. jazz landscape for the fall begins with the Angel City Jazz Festival. A cross-pollinated cornucopia of forward-thinking presented by Angel City Arts, the Jazz Bakery and the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA, the sixth-...
  • 'Insidious: Chapter 2' to spook 'The Family' at box office

    'Insidious: Chapter 2' to spook 'The Family' at box office
    A low-budget horror film will spook box-office rivals this weekend, continuing the genre's 2013 reign of terror at the multiplex. Driven by the interest of young males, the scary sequel "Insidious: Chapter 2" is set for a strong debut of $35 million,...
  • Film Review: 'Insidious: Chapter 2′

    With his last helping of old-fashioned ooga booga, "The Conjuring," still scaring up business in a few hundred theaters, James Wan returns with two more hours of seat-clenching scares in "Insidious: Chapter 2," a modestly scaled and highly pleasurable...
  • Yahoo Counts on Comedy to Invigorate Original Slate

    Braodcasters won't be be the only place to boast new comedy series next month. In its most aggressive bet yet in original online video, Yahoo will launch eight shortform comedy series Sept. 9. Yahoo has tried its hand at comedy before, including a...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'Horns'

    Shot a stone's throw from "The Twilight Saga" and aimed at roughly the same crowd (more teens, fewer moms), "Horns" presents a slightly edgier, yet harder-to-love supernatural romance, giving Daniel Radcliffe demonic powers that his emo character can...