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  • John Waters creates a version of shocking cult classic 'Pink Flamingos' -- for kids

    John Waters creates a version of shocking cult classic 'Pink Flamingos' -- for kids
    For his latest work, John Waters has cast himself in a new role: a censor. "I tried to become my own worst enemy," the filmmaker said Monday. Waters created a G-rated version of "Pink Flamingos," his 1972 cult classic, and filmed young children...
  • Reel Critics: Chris Rock rocks in 'Top Five'

    In his third directorial feature, Chris Rock's "Top Five" can be described as topical, tender, raunchy, smart and funny. Like his standup act, the humor can be explicit, but the observations are always on target. In a story not dissimilar to this year's...
  • Sony's 'Interview' VOD release causes mixed emotions

    Theater owners say Sony Pictures Entertainment plans to release "The Interview" in the home as well as in theaters on Christmas Day, a move that is likely to heighten tensions between the embattled studio and cinema chains. "Our film buyer was told by...
  • Brandon Stoddard, ABC Exec Who Shepherded 'Roots,' Dies at 77

    Brandon Stoddard, the longtime ABC exec who shepherded such landmark longform productions as "Roots" and "The Winds of War," died Monday after a battle with cancer. He was 77. Stoddard had a 25-year career at ABC, rising to entertainment president from...
  • What if Clark Griswold had used LED Christmas lights?

     What if Clark Griswold had used LED Christmas lights?
    I can't help but wonder if Clark Griswold's Christmas would have been less disastrous to relations with his neighbors, his mother-in-law and his cat if he had decorated with LED Christmas lights. I'm talking about that scene from "National Lampoon's...
  • Congressman Offers to Screen 'The Interview' in Capitol Facilities

    "The Interview" is gaining supporters. In a letter sent on Monday to Sony CEO Michael Lynton, Congressman Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) offered to screen the film in Capitol facilities. Sherman, also chairman of the Entertainment Industries Caucus, wrote...
  • Judd Apatow-Produced Pee-wee Herman Movie Heads to Netflix

    Today's secret word is: comeback! A new Pee-wee Herman movie is moving to Netflix for distribution, with Paul Reubens set to star and Judd Apatow slated to produce. The film was previously set up at Universal. Pee-wee's new adventure will begin shooting...
  • China Box Office: 'Bullets' Shoots Down Competition

    HONG KONG - Jiang Wen's "Gone With The Bullets" topped the Chinese box office with a powerful $54.3 million opening. That was enough to make the satirical comedy one of the biggest films anywhere in the world this week, but the scale of its victory was...
  • Review: 'Unbroken'

    Review: 'Unbroken'
    Laura Hillenbrand's 2010 nonfiction account "Unbroken" introduced millions to Louis Zamperini, the Italian-American who competed in the 1936 Berlin Olympics and, in World War II, became an Army Air Corps bombardier flying missions over the South Pacific....
  • Billie Whitelaw dies at 82; veteran British actress collaborated with Samuel Beckett

    Billie Whitelaw dies at 82; veteran British actress collaborated with Samuel Beckett
    British actress Billie Whitelaw, who collaborated closely with Irish playwright Samuel Beckett and appeared on stage and screen for decades, died Sunday in a London nursing home. She was 82. Whitelaw's death was confirmed by Charlotte Schram, general...
  • 'Mr. Turner' is a vivid grumble

    'Mr. Turner' is a vivid grumble
    3 stars (out of four) Hordes of people won’t flock to “Mr. Turner,” which, sorry to say, is not the long-awaited story of what happened to Shawn Hunter’s “Boy Meets World” teacher and mentor. The ultra-slow, 150-minute...