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  • Big-budget sequels like 'Jurassic World' gobble up indies

    Dinosaurs running amok are the focus of summer's biggest blockbuster, and the center of the movie industry. In director Colin Trevorrow's "Jurassic World," a corporate-backed theme park markets genetic copies of fossils, most notably the man-eating hybrid monster Indominus rex.
  • Interviewing Marshall Crenshaw: 1980s pop hitmaker, playing Levitt Pavilion, says age has made new music edgier

    Interviewing Marshall Crenshaw: 1980s pop hitmaker, playing Levitt Pavilion, says age has made new music edgier
    Singer Marshall Crenshaw had his commercial peak in the 1980s with upbeat, pop songs such as “Someday Someway,” “Whenever You’re on My Mind” and “Cynical Girl.” These days, Crenshaw’s songs still brim with...

    Omarr's daily astrological forecast, For release 05/24/15 for 05/24/15

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor John C. Reilly was born in Chicago, Ill., on this date in 1965. This birthday guy earned a best supporting actor Oscar nomination for his performance in the movie version of Broadway's "Chicago" and his rendition of the song "Walk...

    Cannes 2015: In 'Tale of Tales,' reimagining Disney via Del Toro

    Cannes 2015: In 'Tale of Tales,' reimagining Disney via Del Toro
    There is a huge general audience for live-action fairy tales, at least judging by the pace at which Disney seems to be greenlighting them. There's less clearly a market for the adult art house version of them, the kind of darker fabulism Guillermo del...

    Cannes: 'Saul,' 'Carol' stir up the past, and praise

     Cannes: 'Saul,' 'Carol' stir up the past, and praise
    CANNES, France — There's no quicker way to cheapen the memory of the Holocaust than to use it to discuss next year's Academy Awards. Nonetheless, countless filmgoers have been doing just that over the weekend, all over this sun-kissed Cote d'...