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  • Indie writer-director of post-9/11 thriller 'Retina' a multitasking whiz

    Indie writer-director of post-9/11 thriller 'Retina' a multitasking whiz
    Carlos Ferrer's incarnations ran wild during the six years he performed virtually every facet, except acting, in making the thriller "Retina": The producer in him worried about cost overruns; his inner special effects persona loved explosions; his sound...
  • L.A. Film Fest: Jonathan Demme talks Meryl Streep, 'Ricki and the Flash'

    L.A. Film Fest: Jonathan Demme talks Meryl Streep, 'Ricki and the Flash'
    At Sunday afternoon's Los Angeles Film Festival tribute billed as “Jonathan Demme: American Iconoclast,” festival curator Elvis Mitchell said, “I can think of no better words” to introduce the Oscar-winning filmmaker. Demme, 71,...
  • Jurassic World: Chris Pratt's tricky beast of stardom

    Jurassic World: Chris Pratt's tricky beast of stardom
    The numbers for "Jurassic World" impress on many counts. The second-biggest domestic opening in history at $204.6 million. The largest worldwide opening in history. Per-screen averages that keep pace with the packed-houses of the first "Jurassic Park."...
  • Después de 22 años, dinoasurios vuelven a escaparse

    Después de 22 años, dinoasurios vuelven a escaparse
    LOS ANGELES — El carisma y atractivo de Chris Pratt, que el gran público empezó a adivinar en Guardians of the Galaxy, explotan definitivamente en la esperada Jurassic World, una película que, según dijo el actor, funciona como tributo al cine de...
  • 'The Walk' to step out as New York Film Festival opener

    "The Walk," Robert Zemeckis' 3-D drama starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as World Trade Center wire-walker Philippe Petit, will make its world premiere opening this year's New York Film Festival on Sept. 25, organizers announced Thursday. Based on Petit's...
  • 'Sister Act' remake in development with 'Legally Blonde' writers

    They say old habits die hard. Such is the case with a new take on the '90s comedy "Sister Act" that's in development at Disney. The studio has tapped screenwriters Kirsten Smith and Karen McCullah — whose credits include "Legally Blonde," "10...
  • Memorial Day Weekend: Concert, NBA, 'Game of Thrones'

    Memorial Day Weekend: Concert, NBA, 'Game of Thrones'
    Happy Memorial Day Weekend. The television highlights include: National Memorial Day Concert, 8 p.m. Sunday, PBS Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise host the 90-minute special, which will repeat at 9:30 p.m. Former Secretary of State Colin Powell takes...
  • Peter Sarsgaard to torment Denzel Washington's 'Magnificent Seven'

    Peter Sarsgaard to torment Denzel Washington's 'Magnificent Seven'
    Peter Sarsgaard may want to get fitted for his black hat. The actor is in final negotiations to play the lead villain in Sony and MGM's "Magnificent Seven," The Times has confirmed. Sarsgaard, 44, would play a robber baron calling the shots in...
  • Jamie Foxx says his national anthem was 'off' but not 'a sin against America'

    Jamie Foxx says his national anthem was 'off' but not 'a sin against America'
    Keep calm and listen to Jamie Foxx, because he can explain what happened when he was singing the national anthem before the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight on Saturday. Even though it took him a while to realize that something had happened other than a little...
  • ‘Blade Runner': Ryan Gosling in talks to join Harrison Ford in the sequel

     
    Ryan Gosling may become a replicant alongside Harrison Ford's Rick Deckard in the upcoming sequel to “Blade Runner.” That is, […]...
  • 'Child 44' a passable thriller set in 1953 USSR

    'Child 44' a passable thriller set in 1953 USSR
    "Child 44" is involving despite itself. At times awkward and self-conscious, this despairing police tale starring Tom Hardy and set in the USSR during the last days of dictator Josef Stalin manages to muster enough punch to hold our interest. As readers...