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  • 'The Hunger Games' in Hollywood -- who will play Katniss?

     
    Today, Rachel Abramowitz takes a look at the Hollywood appetite for "The Hunger Games." Who shall play Katniss Everdeen? That’s the 16-year-old gray-eyed heroine of Suzanne Collins' “The Hunger Games," the bestselling dystopian novel that is aimed...
  • Monster Mash: Guilty plea in gallery fraud case; 'Atonement' the opera; 'Glee' the musical?

     
    --Resolution: The former co-owner of a now-shuttered Manhattan gallery has pleaded guilty to stealing $120 million from investors and clients by selling art he did not own and luring victims into buying into fraudulent ownership interests. (Wall Street...
  • Focus Features unleashes its 2011 lineup, too

     
    Focus Features says that the Roman epic The Eagle of the Ninth will come out in Feb., a Jane Eyre directed by the fellow who gave us Sin Nombre should be interesting next April. Hanna, the latest from Atonement director Joe Wright is on their slate and...
  • Adam Sandler, 'Saw' star and even Oscar winners among academy invitees

     
    On Friday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released the names of the "135 artists and executives who have distinguished themselves by their contributions to theatrical motion pictures" and have been invited to join this club that numbers...
  • Inside track: Golden Globes' race for best drama picture

     
    Three films are ahead to win best drama picture at the Golden Globes: "Up in the Air," "Inglourious Basterds" and "Precious." "Up in the Air" has the momentum right now. On Thursday night, members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. again were hanging...
  • A conversation: Christopher Hampton revisits 'Tales from Hollywood'

     
    Few playwrights are as intimately acquainted with the movie business as Christopher Hampton. The British dramatist has penned numerous screenplays during his career, winning an Oscar for "Dangerous Liaisons" in 1989 and a nomination for "Atonement" in...
  • 'King's Speech' director Tom Hooper on Hollywood: No one says what they really mean

     
    I had lunch the other day with Tom Hooper, whose film, "The King's Speech," has been earning plaudits everywhere for its absorbing portrayal of King George VI's relationship with his cheeky speech therapist, who helps him overcome a lifelong stutter.........
  • Disney's Rich Ross is really crazy: He thinks Pixar should win a best picture Oscar

     
    If there were ever something that Hollywood should be embarrassed about, it’s that Pixar has never won an Oscar for best picture — despite making 11 consecutive commercially successful and critically acclaimed movies. In fact, until last year, when...
  • Movie Preview: ‘Hanna,’ the scary side of Saoirse

     
    Eric Bana is the Big Daddy (for Kick-Ass fans) who taught his girl to fight and kill. Cate Blanchett is the agency chief who wants her dad, and her, brought in. And Saoirse Ronan is the teenaged killing machine of “Hanna,” due out in April....
  • Movie Review: The Way Back

     
    Peter Weir's “The Way Back” is an entertaining old-fashioned prison escape movie with a touch of the epic about it. The novelty in this “Great Escape” is that the prisoners — soldiers and political prisoners — are on...
  • Your morning fashion and beauty report: Palm Springs Fashion Week opens, Keira Knightley debuts steamy Chanel ad

     
    Just when you thought the fashion week "season" was over, along comes Fashion Week El Paseo in Palm Springs/Palm Desert. It runs through March 27. [Style Section LA] Keira Knightley reunited with director Joe Wright (they worked together on by......