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  • Dana Delany to star in Beau Willimon's 'The Parisian Woman' at SCR

    Dana Delany to star in Beau Willimon's 'The Parisian Woman' at SCR
    The world premiere of Beau Willimon's "The Parisian Woman" at South Coast Repertory will star TV veteran Dana Delany as one half of a powerful Washington couple. Actor Steven Culp will also appear in the new political drama. "The Parisian Woman" will...
  • Netflix sets Feb. 1 release for Baltimore-made 'House of Cards'

    Netflix sets Feb. 1 release for Baltimore-made 'House of Cards'
    On Thursday, Netflix announced a Feb. 1 release date for "House of Cards," the Baltimore-made political drama starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright. All 13 episodes of the first season will be available to subscribers on that date. The whole project...
  • Watching a Netflix 'House of Cards' get built at the Baltimore Sun

    Watching a Netflix 'House of Cards' get built at the Baltimore Sun
    A few weeks ago, a group of actors dressed as reporters clustered near a cafeteria in The Baltimore Sun building. I had to take a second look to make sure they were actors and not visiting reporters or editors. But as I walked by, one asked me if I was in...
  • 'Elles' review: Sex, lies and a magazine article that won't turn out that well

    'Elles' review: Sex, lies and a magazine article that won't turn out that well
    **1/2 (out of four) When a young prostitute tells Anne (Juliette Binoche) that men appreciate the opportunity to fulfill fantasies they can’t realize with their wives, I imagined syndicated sex columnist Dan Savage appearing on screen and asking,...
  • Movies under the stars for every day of the workweek

    Movies under the stars for every day of the workweek
    Baltimore is one city where crowds come out in the heat of the night to take in open-air movies. In mid-July last year, when the thermometer was hitting 95 in the day and stalling in the 80s past midnight, fun-seekers swarmed to Federal Hill to watch...
  • Motion picture academy invites 176 new members

    Motion picture academy invites 176 new members
    This post has been updated, as indicated below. The  Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences invited 176 new members into the organization on Friday, including Octavia Spencer, Terrence Malick, Matthew McConaughey, Kristen Wiig, Kerry Washington,...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman will be in Toronto but not in 'The Master'

    Philip Seymour Hoffman will be on the big screen during the Toronto International Film Festival, but it won't be in writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson's highly anticipated film,"The Master," that's said to be a thinly veiled look at Scientology....
  • Beware the Ides of March

    Beware the Ides of March
    Today is the Ideas of March, a day oft-cited as filled with grim portent. The day's ominous nature is drawn from the words of a soothsayer in Act 1, Scene II of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar." It's a rather obvious bit of foreshadowing. We all know that...
  • 'House of Cards' brings Hollywood to Harford County

    'House of Cards' brings Hollywood to Harford County
    Being on TV is nothing new for Baltimore. Think of the recent political dramas like "Game Change" and "VEEP" or earlier crime shows like "Homicide" and"The Wire." But what's going on within a five-acre area of production offices and massive warehouses...
  • Stephanie Rawlings-Blake calls George Clooney 'really cute'

    Stephanie Rawlings-Blake calls George Clooney 'really cute'
    Baltimore's mayor, it turns out, has a soft spot for big fuzzy dogs and the two-time winner of the sexiest man alive title. Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, speaking Friday on Mix 106.5's Jojo and Reagan show, had a bit more fun than she usually seems to....
  • Developer Blake Cordish pays city $14,000 after tax error

    Developer Blake Cordish pays city $14,000 after tax error
    Baltimore City is $14,026.32 less poor thanks to developer Blake Cordish. That’s how much he paid after the state fixed a three-year-old error that vastly undervalued his Federal Hill mega-rowhouse. The payment, made on the Ides of March, covers...