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  • DC Comics move to Burbank: It's all about "Convergence"

    DC Comics move to Burbank: It's all about "Convergence"
    Certain images come to mind for comic book aficionados when they envision the working confines of DC Comics. We picture battered desks and drafting tables inside an old bullpen, deep in the heart of Gotham City, where the artistic descendants of comic...
  • Authorities: Singer Randy Howard killed in gunfight with bounty hunter

    A bounty hunter trying to detain a country music singer wanted on a DUI charge shot and killed the man in a gunfight at the singer's home, authorities said Thursday. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation was looking into the circumstances of Tuesday...
  • Adam Lambert on new album 'The Original High': 'I know who I am now'

    Since finishing in second place on "American Idol" in 2009, Adam Lambert has established himself as one of pop's most reliable glamazons: a big, showy voice delivering big, dramatic songs about big, clearly defined emotions. That reputation only grew when...
  • Toys-to-life gaming at E3 is set to land big, but it's not all child's play

    The digital revolution is starting to look a lot more physical. As the Electronic Entertainment Expo, North America's largest video game trade show, gets set to launch on Tuesday — with virtual reality headsets expected to be the talk of the Los...
  • How a storyteller found his calling as a fiction writer

    How a storyteller found his calling as a fiction writer
    It was the music business and rock star ambitions that brought Thomas Lopinski to California from downstate Illinois, where he grew up and attended college, but those dreams have given way to a different reality. “I used to write a lot of...
  • A slow start to summer movie season

    A slow start to summer movie season
    The big blockbuster summer movie season all of Hollywood was hoping for appears to be faltering amid a lack of breakout hits. There's been a steady stream of double-digit weekly declines in ticket sales since Memorial Day, the unofficial kickoff for...
  • 'Bad Boys 3' looking to reload with Joe Carnahan

    Sony Pictures is looking to get back in action on "Bad Boys 3." The studio is in early talks with filmmaker Joe Carnahan to rewrite a third installment of the pyrotechnic franchise about two fast-talking, loose-cannon Miami cops, with an eye to direct...
  • Box office top 20: 'Spy' cracks 'San Andreas' with $29.1M

    Melissa McCarthy's globe-trotting comedy "Spy" cracked The Rock's disaster movie "San Andreas" at the weekend box office, taking the top spot with a $29.1 million debut. The 20th Century Fox release led a crowded but somewhat lackluster weekend. Focus...
  • 'iZombie': David Anders says villain Blaine is part-Spike, part-James Spader

    'iZombie': David Anders says villain Blaine is part-Spike, part-James Spader
    After 12 episodes of brain-eating and mystery-solving, the first season of The CW's "iZombie" is ending with tonight's finale, "Blaine's World." Unlike the show's undead heroine Olivia "Liv" Moore, who procures her cerebral sustenance by landing a job...
  • 'San Andreas' leads foreign charge at China box office

    'San Andreas' leads foreign charge at China box office
    Chinese moviegoers flocked to cinemas last week to watch the 3-D destruction of California, putting “San Andreas” atop the box-office charts with nearly $52 million in receipts in its first six days in theaters. That was nearly as good as...
  • 'Insidious 3' wins Friday box office; 'Spy' and 'San Andreas' strong

    "Insidious: Chapter 3" scared up $10.4 million at the Friday box office, squeaking out a surprising early victory over Melissa McCarthy's new action-comedy "Spy" and reaffirming the ever-reliable draw of low-budget horror flicks. But with a $10.3-...