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  • Family guide to new movie releases: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,' 'Tammy,' more

    'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and brief strong language Summary: Apes and humans stare each other down, on the brink of war, after the collapse of (human) civilization. Kid...
  • Daily Press Text 2 Win Movie Ticket Sweepstakes Rules

    OFFICIAL RULES   1.            NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER. The Daily Press Movie Ticket Sweepstakes (the “Promotion”) is sponsored by The Daily Press LLC (“Daily Press”). Promotion is only offered in the following...
  • Summer box office slump

    Summer box office slump
    This week, the movie industry took a look in the mirror and wondered: What's wrong? Am I not pretty? Business over the Fourth of July weekend stumbled nearly 50 percent downward from last year's holiday. Many factors contributed to this. July 4 fell...
  • Kate Beckinsale's 'Disappointments Room' Finds Financing

    Relativity Media and Media Talent Group have locked in financing for Kate Beckinsale's thriller "The Disappointments Room" with shooting starting in late August. Relativity will distribute worldwide. Robbie Brenner is overseeing the film on the studio'...
  • Don Cheadle's Miles Davis Movie Tops $325,000 Crowdfunding Goal

    Jazz lovers have shown strong support for Don Cheadle's Miles Davis biopic "Miles Ahead," which has topped its crowdfunding campaign goal of $325,000. With 11 hours to go on the six-week Indiegogo campaign, the project had hit $335,766 from 1,984...
  • Despite Headwinds, Disney Expects Volume Gains In Kids' Ad-Sales Market

    Disney thinks it has made a few steps forward in its effort to lure ad dollars to its kids' programs, despite a difficult market. The so-called "kids' upfront," the market in which Viacom's Nickelodeon, Time Warner's Cartoon Network and other youth-...
  • Movie stars top 2014 Emmy nominations: TV no longer a vast wasteland

    Movie stars top 2014 Emmy nominations: TV no longer a vast wasteland
    Will the red carpet this August be for the Emmys or the Oscars? It's getting hard to tell. Anyone needing proof that television has usurped much of the movies' cultural relevance need look no further than Thursday's announcement of nominations for the...
  • Rising R&B singer SZA connects to the goofy and unusual

    Rising R&B singer SZA connects to the goofy and unusual
    R&B singer SZA is keeping good company these days. Her latest EP, “Z,” features appearances from labelmate Kendrick Lamar and Chicago’s own Chance the Rapper, and recently she decamped to a studio with Coldplay singer Chris Martin,...
  • Review: 'California' by Edan Lepucki

    Review: 'California' by Edan Lepucki
    Much drama has befallen California this year. And not only in real life — that endless drought — but in fiction, as authors have made the Golden State the site of several ambitious works. At the far edge of the continent, it's a good place for...
  • Emmys: Love for HBO, not Good Wife

    Emmys: Love for HBO, not Good Wife
    HBO's "Game of Thrones" drew 19 nominations in the Emmy nominations Thursday morning, and right behind were two FX series, "Fargo" with 18 and "American Horror Story: Coven" with 17. The big winner Aug. 25 on NBC is likely to be AMC's "Breaking Bad" for...
  • Review: 'Land of Love and Drowning' by Tiphanie Yanique

    Review: 'Land of Love and Drowning' by Tiphanie Yanique
    One traditional Ashanti way of beginning a tale is, "I do not mean, I do not really mean that this story is true." The main character of Tiphanie Yanique's first novel, "Land of Love and Drowning," a magical-realist epic set in the U.S. Virgin Islands,...