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David O. Russell

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  • CinemaCon: Fox previews awards slate with 'Revenant,' 'Martian,' 'Joy'

    Most studios come to CinemaCon to show off their summer blockbusters -- flashy tentpole movies exhibitors know will bring hordes of filmgoers to their theaters. But 20th Century Fox took a different approach on Thursday, unveiling early footage of its...
  • 'Grandma' to open Los Angeles Film Festival; Lily Tomlin to be honored

    "Grandma," writer-director Paul Weitz's dramedy about an ornery septuagenarian poet who helps her teenage granddaughter try to rustle up money for an abortion, will open the Los Angeles Film Festival, organizer Film Independent announced Tuesday. The...
  • YouTube broadens audience for longtime crooner Jack Jones

    Three free concerts in Donnelly Park will lead up to Saturday's Mount Dora Music Festival headline concert by suave and stylish two-time Grammy winner Jack Jones. Before Jones takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. across the street in the Mount Dora Community...
  • Make room for Indie Spirit Awards, Oscar's maverick cousin

    Make room for Indie Spirit Awards, Oscar's maverick cousin
    The Spirit Awards. The Independent Spirit Awards. The Indie Spirits. It's an awards show so casual-cool that organizers don't even much mind what you call it. The Film Independent Spirit Awards, as they are officially known to recognize the Los Angeles-...
  • Bradley Cooper on 'American Sniper': Chris Kyle 'didn't really leave me'

    Bradley Cooper on 'American Sniper': Chris Kyle 'didn't really leave me'
    "You've got your back to the window, so you're kind of screwed," Bradley Cooper said. Cooper was scanning the room from a high-backed chair, his eyes tracking the waiter carrying his breakfast, the guy in the hoodie tapping away on a laptop near the...
  • Lily Tomlin, performing in Bethlehem, is 75 and busier than ever

    When Lily Tomlin is asked what's left for her to accomplish, she pauses — for good reason. The iconic humorist-actor has not just been a television and film star. Tomlin, 75, also has been a Hollywood fixture for generations. During the '60s,...
  • Steven Spielberg to direct Jennifer Lawrence as war photographer

    Steven Spielberg to direct Jennifer Lawrence as war photographer
    Steven Spielberg is attached to direct Jennifer Lawrence in a Warner Bros. film based on photojournalist Lynsey Addario's memoir, "It's What I Do: A Photographer's Life of Love and War," The Times has confirmed. Deadline Hollywood first reported that...
  • Oscars 2016: It's not too early to consider the next best picture race

    Oscars 2016: It's not too early to consider the next best picture race
    Weeks before the Oscars were handed out Sunday, studios were already taking meetings with awards consultants for next year’s best picture contenders. What movies might we be hearing about again (and again ... and again) later this year? An early...
  • 'Pee-wee's Big Holiday' movie coming to Netflix

    'Pee-wee's Big Holiday' movie coming to Netflix
    Pee-wee Herman is bringing his bow tie back -- to Netflix. Netflix announced it will premiere "Pee-wee's Big Holiday," starring Paul Reubens as the odd and exuberant titular character, exclusively in all of its territories. No debut date is set, but...
  • Theater review: 'The Explorers Club' from Mad Cow Theatre

     Theater review: 'The Explorers Club' from Mad Cow Theatre
    "To science!" That's the toast given by the British gents who belong to the Explorers Club in Nell Benjamin's play of the same name. "To comedy!" was the salute that came to mind, however, after watching this delightfully daffy confection, onstage...