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  • Cannes Prospects: 'Foxcatcher,' Inarritu's 'Birdman' Likely Headed to the Croisette

    A belated festival premiere for Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher" and a powerhouse showing for British filmmakers including Mike Leigh and Ken Loach -- plus appearances by other usual suspects such as David Cronenberg, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Nuri...
  • Seth MacFarlane hopes 'Cosmos' counteracts 'junk science,' creationism

    Seth MacFarlane hopes 'Cosmos' counteracts 'junk science,' creationism
    "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey," is a 21st-century reboot of the groundbreaking 1980 PBS series "Cosmos: A Personal Voyage." The original, hosted by renowned astronomer Carl Sagan, was a top-rated phenomenon that has been viewed by some 750 million people...
  • Sony Acquires 'World War Z' Author's 'Harlem Hellfighters' for Overbrook

    Sony Pictures acquires the rights to the Max Brooks' graphic novel "The Harlem Hellfighters" and set Overbrook Entertainment to produce. Caleeb Pinkett and James Lassiter will produce for Overbrook. Brooks will adapt the script. Set to be published in...
  • Insomnia takes over the world in Kenneth Calhoun's 'Black Moon'

    In "Black Moon," first-time novelist Kenneth Calhoun documents a plague of sleeplessness that threatens the very fabric of the world and reality. The sleepless have hallucinations and turn into the equivalent of manic, deranged zombies, while those who...
  • DVD Review: Direct-to-video 'Dee' prequel is a 2D surprise

    DVD Review: Direct-to-video 'Dee' prequel is a 2D surprise
    As both producer and director — and, to a lesser extent, writer and actor — Tsui Hark has long been one of the most influential and proficient filmmakers in Hong Kong, directing “Peking Opera Blues,” the first three “Once...
  • Throwback Thursday: A Christian nightclub on the 1970s Sunset Strip

    Throwback Thursday: A Christian nightclub on the 1970s Sunset Strip
    The Sunset Strip isn’t exactly the place where religious values have flourished, but back in the 1970s, it was home to the nation’s first Christian nightclub. The spot was called Right On, and it was described in an Aug 19, 1971, story in...
  • UFC Fighter Cain Velasquez Joins Vince Vaughn's 'Term Life'

    UFC Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez has rounded out the cast of Universal's "Term Life" starring Vince Vaughn and Hailee Steinfeld. Pic also stars Shea Whigham, Jonathan Banks, Bill Paxton and William Levy. Peter Billingsley will direct from a...
  • Marcia Gray Martin, 1932-2014

     Marcia Gray Martin, 1932-2014
    Marcia Gray Martin was a working architect who was an architecture professor at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn for 24 years. However, friends and colleagues say Mrs. Martin, who also wrote a college textbook on drafting architectural plans by hand,...
  • Review: 'Believe' pits good vs. evil over a mystical child

    "Believe," which premieres Monday on NBC (moving to Sundays thereafter), is a paranormal adventure story — a romance, whose tendencies toward new-age messianic pomposity are kept in check by the B-movie flamboyance of its characters. Just what...
  • "The Book of Mormon," "Flashdance" and "Pippin" coming to West Palm Beach next season

    "The Book of Mormon," "Flashdance" and "Pippin" coming to West Palm Beach next season
    Smash hits that won an avalanche of Tony Awards make up the Kravis on Broadway 2014-2015 season. The seventh annual series of Great White Way musicals coming to the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach includes nine-time...
  • Darren Aronofsky floats a fuller version of the Bible's Noah tale

    Darren Aronofsky floats a fuller version of the Bible's Noah tale
    NEW YORK — It was easy to get lost on Darren Aronofsky's ark. Inside a converted Brooklyn armory in late 2012, Aronofsky was shooting "Noah" on a massive vessel that matched the biblical dimensions of the boat, its rough beams lashed together...