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  • 'Calvary,' 'Byzantium,' 'Philomena' Lead the Field at Irish Film and TV Awards

    CANNES - "Calvary," "Byzantium" and "Philomena" were the biggest winners at the Irish Film and Television Awards in Dublin, with each film taking three awards. Guests at the event, which was hosted by the Irish Film and Television Academy, included...
  • Only a few stars are picked to wear Nicolas Ghesquiere debut line for Louis Vuitton

    Only a few stars are picked to wear Nicolas Ghesquiere debut line for Louis Vuitton
    First came Nicolas Ghesquière's critically acclaimed runway debut for Louis Vuitton during Paris Fashion Week. Now it's on to Phase 2 of the luxury marketing machine: rolling out the collection on the red carpet, where it is seen by the world. In the...
  • Frank Underwood impression goes viral

    Frank Underwood impression goes viral
    Ross Marquand has talked himself into a frenzy. The Los Angeles actor's spot-on impersonation of Kevin Spacey's conniving politician Frank Underwood has turned "House of Thrones," a mashup video spoof of "House of Cards" and "Game of Thrones" on...
  • Theater review: 'The Legacy' from Playwrights' Round Table

     Theater review: 'The Legacy' from Playwrights' Round Table
    "The Legacy," a new thriller onstage from Playwrights' Round Table, is for those who like their thrills without frills. Playwright Max Gutmann gets the action going right from the start, and director Laurel Clark keeps her taut cast focused on the mystery...
  • Mickey Rooney dies: Five of his most memorable movie roles

    With his death at age 93 on Sunday, Mickey Rooney leaves a show-business legacy spanning eight decades and including more than 200 film credits -- not to mention his many appearances on television and the stage. Here are five movie roles demonstrating...
  • CinemaCon 2014: Christopher Nolan expresses love for 35mm, disdain for 3-D

    LAS VEGAS -- Nearly all of Hollywood has come aboard the digital bandwagon, but at least one influential filmmaker still isn’t sold on the new format. At CinemaCon on Wednesday, Christopher Nolan said he still feels film is the “best way&...
  • Billy Bob Thornton says his 'Fargo' character is 'like an alligator'

    Billy Bob Thornton says his 'Fargo' character is 'like an alligator'
    Since his star-making turn nearly two decades ago as the mentally challenged Karl Childers in "Sling Blade," Billy Bob Thornton has been known for what may best be described as playing expressive eccentrics. There was a bad Santa, an astronaut farmer...
  • 'Transcendence' ponders as it propels

    'Transcendence' ponders as it propels
    Shortly before he began shooting his new artificial-intelligence thriller "Transcendence" last year, filmmaker Wally Pfister flew Jose Carmena and Michel Maharbiz, a pair of UC Berkeley scientists, to his office in Los Angeles. Professional consultants...
  • Cannes 2014: Gosling, Carell and Kristen Stewart headed to fest

    A number of high-profile 2014 awards hopefuls -- and an eclectic group of Hollywood stars -- will make their way to the Cannes Film Festival this year, joining the annual parade of global auteurs. Bennett Miller’s fact-based wrestling tale “...
  • Ovitz, Shepard Fairey among creditors in Rubenstein Gallery bankruptcy

    Ovitz, Shepard Fairey among creditors in Rubenstein Gallery bankruptcy
    The list of creditors in a recent bankruptcy filing for the Perry Rubenstein Gallery in Los Angeles reads like a Hollywood art-world summit. Among those with claims against the gallery, according to court documents: Creative Artists Agency founder and...
  • 'John Wayne' rides high in Scott Eyman's astute biography

     'John Wayne' rides high in Scott Eyman's astute biography
    Almost every great movie doubles as an allegory for its own creation. Think of Francis Ford Coppola going up the river and around the bend to make "Apocalypse Now." Or Dalton Trumbo having Kirk Douglas shout "I am Spartacus!" to reclaim his identity...