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  • New documentary glorifies the great Elaine Stritch

    "OLD AGE ain't no place for sissies!" Elaine Stritch, the unmitigated queen of Broadway, evoked this Bette Davis quote more than once in her night at the Paley Center in the East 50s. Stritchie was back in town from her "retirement" in Birmingham, Mich.,...
  • Elaine Stritch: 'I Didn't Declare Retirement'

    When I first see Elaine Stritch--the 89-year-old legendary stage and screen actress--she's propped in bed. Although she's been a New York fixture since the 1940s (and spent 18 years living in a room at the Carlyle Hotel), she recently moved to Michigan....
  • Oscars In Memoriam: Recent Deaths Put Extra Pressure on Academy

    The Oscars are coming Sunday, so get ready for controversy. No, not about politics, Woody Allen or even the Oscar results. Every year, one of the show's most beloved segments, and the one that stirs up the most heated debates is the In Memoriam sequence....
  • '12 Years a Slave' wins big at Film Independent Spirit Awards

    The period drama "12 Years A Slave" swept through the Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday, taking five prizes, including feature, director, supporting female, screenplay and cinematography. It won in all but two categories in which it was...
  • Why Ellen Was the Best Oscars Host Since Billy Crystal

    Ellen DeGeneres will go down in history as the first Oscars host to Tweet a group selfie on the job, but she was also acted like she was among friends inside the Dolby Theatre on Sunday night. After last year's disastrous emceeing from Seth MacFarlane...
  • Oscars 2014: Watch entire Academy Awards ceremony in 1 minute [video]

    Oscars 2014: Watch entire Academy Awards ceremony in 1 minute [video]
    This year's Academy Awards ceremony clocked in at a hefty 3½ hours, and that's not even counting the red-carpet arrivals or the celebratory aftermath. Reliving the show, however, will only take a minute, thanks to The Times' Oscars time-lapse, which you...
  • Why is Brittany Murphy's 2009 film first coming out now?

    Why is Brittany Murphy's 2009 film first coming out now?
    When the Brittany Murphy thriller “Something Wicked” wrapped production in July 2009, most members of the cast and crew assumed it wouldn’t be long until the independent film hit theaters. No one had a clue it would take nearly five...
  • 'Sopranos' actor paroled after serving time for attempted burglary

    Lillo Brancato Jr., the actor best known for playing a small-time wannabe hood executed by Tony Soprano on HBO's acclaimed series "The Sopranos," was paroled on Tuesday. According to the Associated Press, Brancato has been serving a 10-year sentence for...
  • 'The Marilyn Diaries' -- in her own words, sort of

    "TODAY I am thirty-six. I've officially reached the age that Hollywood considers a has-been. All I know how to be is Marilyn Monroe. It's the only thing I've ever really been successful at. Time is making it impossible to continue. And I don't know who...
  • Hollywood Sexist? Female Directors Still Missing in Action

    In 2013, Hollywood saw big box office hits with Jennifer Lawrence in "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," Sandra Bullock in "Gravity" and Melissa McCarthy (and Bullock again) in "The Heat." But none of these girl-power sagas were directed by a woman. It'...
  • TV Review: 'True Detective'

    At first blush, "True Detective" looks like another brooding cable cop drama, distinguished primarily by the undeniable casting coup of pairing a suddenly red-hot Matthew McConaughey (and who saw that one coming?) and Woody Harrelson. It doesn't take...