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  • Richard Montoya's 'Water & Power' falters from stage to film

     Richard Montoya's 'Water & Power' falters from stage to film
    No matter how much writer-director Richard Montoya tries to open up the screen adaptation of his stage play "Water & Power," which premiered at L.A.'s Mark Taper Forum in 2006, it's hard to forget that you're watching a piece with theatrical roots.
  • Richard Montoya takes L.A. tale 'Water & Power' from stage to screen

     Richard Montoya takes L.A. tale 'Water & Power' from stage to screen
    Richard Montoya keeps a mental library of depictions of L.A. gleaned from "Chinatown," "Repo Man," "Mulholland Drive," the novels of James Ellroy, and other pop-culture texts. So when he began adapting his neo-noir stage drama "Water & Power" for the...

    CBS midseason schedule adds '¡ROB!'

    CBS midseason schedule adds '¡ROB!'
    CBS will add the new comedy “¡ROB!” to its Thursday night line-up at midseason, the network announced Monday. But what’s with the strange punctuation, you ask? Rob Schneider stars as a lifelong bachelor who just married into a tight-...

    Lupe Ontiveros dies at 69; 'Desperate Housewives' actress

    Lupe Ontiveros dies at 69; 'Desperate Housewives' actress
    Veteran actress Lupe Ontiveros, the El Paso-born daughter of Mexican immigrants, once estimated that she had played the role of a maid more than 150 times during her career. That's why the 4-foot-11 actress was so overjoyed more than a decade ago when...

    Review: 'The Producers' still zings despite flubs at the Bowl

     Review: 'The Producers' still zings despite flubs at the Bowl
    "The Producers" returned to Los Angeles for three performances this past weekend at the Hollywood Bowl. And during the curtain call at Friday's opening, Mel Brooks, who wrote the giddy score and co-wrote the zany book with Thomas Meehan, came onstage to...