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  • ‘Downer from Down Under’: Read the original ‘Mad Max’ review in L.A. Times

     
    “Mad Max: Fury Road” is revving into theaters this weekend, accompanied by rave reviews and high box office predictions. But […]...
  • Box office: 'Pitch Perfect 2' crescendos past 'Mad Max: Fury Road' to $69.2 million

    Box office: 'Pitch Perfect 2' crescendos past 'Mad Max: Fury Road' to $69.2 million
    It's a weekend for girls who run the world -- or at least the box office. Universal Pictures' "Pitch Perfect 2," a musical comedy about an all-female a cappella group, far surpassed industry expectations to gross $69.2 million in the United States and...
  • Throwback Thursday: Original ‘Mad Max’ kickstarted a cult classic franchise

     
    With “Mad Max: Fury Road” crashing into theaters Thursday evening, this week’s Throwback Thursday column recalls the first installment in […]...
  • Comedy no longer central to TV networks' prime-time programming

    Comedy no longer central to TV networks' prime-time programming
    Comedy may still be a desired staple of prime-time TV, but broadcasters haven't found much to laugh about for the upcoming season. The TV networks unleashed their 2015-16 evening lineups in New York this week, leaving industry insiders buzzing about the...
  • 'Pitch Perfect 2' causes treble for 'Mad Max' at the box office Friday

    'Pitch Perfect 2' causes treble for 'Mad Max' at the box office Friday
    "Pitch Perfect 2" pummeled "Mad Max: Fury Road" at the box office Friday, singing its way to No. 1 to the tune of $27.8 million. Universal's comedy about the travails of an all-female a cappella group performed above studio expectations, while the $16.8...
  • King of the liner notes, recording executive Stan Cornyn dies 81

    King of the liner notes, recording executive Stan Cornyn dies 81
    When he was 32, it was a very good year. That’s when a writer named Stan Cornyn – who later came to be known as "king of the liner notes" -- won his first Grammy. It was for the 1965 Frank Sinatra album, “September of My Years.&...
  • New 'Fugitive' movie in the works at Warner Bros.

    Warner Bros. is going after "The Fugitive" again. The studio is developing a new big-screen take on the chase-thriller TV series turned feature film, the Los Angeles Times has confirmed. Deadline Hollywood first reported the news. Christina Hodson,...
  • 'American Idol': The slow fade of an instant hit

    'American Idol': The slow fade of an instant hit
    Not long ago, "American Idol" was such a ratings juggernaut that a rival TV executive dubbed it a "monster" that should be killed. That wish has now been granted, with Fox executives announcing Monday that they will end the record-breaking singing contest...
  • Female film directors are on outside looking in, but will ACLU flip the script?

    Female film directors are on outside looking in, but will ACLU flip the script?
    On Valentine's Day two years ago, film director Maria Giese met with U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission staffers in downtown L.A. to talk about an issue she said was stalling her career — gender discrimination. Giese, who directed the...
  • On the Town: Boys & Girls Club honors its founders

    On the Town: Boys & Girls Club honors its founders
    In the mid-1990s, a handful of Burbank visionaries began the work to establish a local chapter of the Boys & Girls Club. Soon thereafter, that vision and work resulted in the opening of a club that today provides services to more than 2,200 area young...
  • Van Dyke Parks gives his 'final performance' on the piano

    Van Dyke Parks gives his 'final performance' on the piano
    This past weekend, Van Dyke Parks gave what he called his "final performances at the piano" with a pair of shows at Largo at the Coronet, surveying his nearly 50-year career as a composer, arranger, record executive and all-around raconteur on the L.A....