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  • There's Always A Sequel

    There's Always A Sequel
    "Who Killed The Electric Car?" might have ended with it's main character no longer among the living; but like Freddy, electric cars have risen from the dead. A new documentary, "Revenge of the Electric Car," directed by Chris Paine, opened last week...
  • Royalty and the Red Carpet

    Royalty and the Red Carpet
    The year in weddings started with fevered speculation over the Duchess of Cambridge’s bridal gown for her April wedding day and ended with the gleeful fervor over Bella Swan’s stunning look as worn by Kristen Stewart in the movie, “...
  • Local "Skirt" Tale Left Out Of "Titanic"

    They called him ``Skirts'' behind his back and he had to build a high fence around his Kensington home to ward off curiosity seekers.     The local legend of William T. Sloper has prompted unabashed giggles and piqued the curiosity of area residents ever...
  • Theater Surprises 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Fans with Wrong 'Guardians' Movie

    Fans of "Guardians of the Galaxy" were surprised to find themselves watching "Rise of the Guardians" instead of the new Marvel film Thursday night. Regal Entertainment Group remained silent on its mishap, which caught moviegoers at two different theaters...
  • Noel Black, Director of Cult Hit 'Pretty Poison,' Dies at 77

    Noel Black, who directed the 1968 black comedy "Pretty Poison," a cult hit despite a diverse critical response, died of bacterial pneumonia at a hospital in Santa Barbara, Calif. on July 5. He was 77. Starring Anthony Perkins and Tuesday Weld, "Pretty...
  • Jeff Bridges Saluted by AARP for His End-Hunger Work

    At a Spago luncheon on Friday, the conversation touched upon moviegoing demographics, the new film "The Giver" and the importance of branding -- but the key talking point was solutions to hunger. AARP threw the event to honor Jeff Bridges, the cover...
  • Film Review: '4 Minute Mile'

    Lacing up the spikes of sports movies past, Canadian filmmaker Charles-Olivier Michaud's "4 Minute Mile" is a by-the-numbers tale of inspiration through perspiration. Engaging performances by the principal players, including Richard Jenkins as a legendary...
  • Film Review: 'Behaving Badly'

    Managing to elicit genuine belly laughs while playing a blind teenage cancer patient in this summer's "The Fault in Our Stars," 19-year-old Nat Wolff has displayed a precocious knack for wringing humor out of the most unfortunate circumstances. And yet,...
  • Making dirty funny

    Making dirty funny
    Kate Micucci says it wasn't until she started getting dirty that her clever songs became hits. And she probably wouldn't have gotten dirty, she says, if it wasn't for Riki Lindhome, her musical comedy partner, and one-half of her duo "Garfunkel and...
  • 'Masters of Sex' artfully exposes a myth of masculinity

    'Masters of Sex' artfully exposes a myth of masculinity
    It turns out that the pioneering sex researcher William Masters in "Masters of Sex" is most exposed when cloaked in a plush white bathrobe. The July 27 episode of the highly praised Showtime drama had viewers more on edge than the moments before a...
  • 'Guardians' rallies summer box office with $11.2 mln opening night

    LOS ANGELES, Aug 1 (Reuters) - The "Guardians of the Galaxy" stormed into the box office with a $11.2 million opening night, Walt Disney Co said on Friday, and could outperform expectations if it keeps drawing viewers with a new leading man, strong...