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  • Leno returns to TV, but not to late-night chair

    "EVEN IF WE win, we lose," wrote Andrew Bacevich in The Washington Post. This quote caused a stir in D.C., if nowhere else. It was reprinted in The Week along with the following: "Since 1980, American troops have invaded, occupied, or bombed 14 Muslim...
  • Review: 'Fury' ★★ 1/2

    Review: 'Fury' ★★ 1/2
    "Fury" is a mixture of sharp realism and squishy cliches that combat movies don't really need anymore. It stars Brad Pitt as a 2nd Armored Division sergeant known as Wardaddy, commander of a battle-scarred Sherman tank whose nickname, painted on its gun...
  • Brad Pitt roundup: His wedding, his honeymoon, his kids

    Brad Pitt roundup: His wedding, his honeymoon, his kids
    Brad Pitt is doing the rounds for his World War II tank film "Fury," but people mainly want to know how married life is treating him. The currently mustachioed actor, 50, wed fellow Oscar winner Angelina Jolie, his longtime love and mother of his six...
  • 'Fury' grosses $1.2 million in Thursday night showings

    'Fury' grosses $1.2 million in Thursday night showings
    The World War II film "Fury" starring Brad Pitt pulled in $1.2 million in Thursday night showings, putting it on track to top the box office this weekend. The $68-million war movie, backed by Columbia Pictures with QED International and LStar Capital,...
  • Box Office: Brad Pitt's 'Fury' Rolls with $1.2 Million Thursday Night

    Brad Pitt's tank tale "Fury" has started rolling with $1.2 million at late night shows Thursday at 2,489 locations in the U.S. for Sony. That's well above the late night Thursday figures for recent adult-skewing movies such as "Captain Phillips," which...
  • 'Fury': Brad Pitt tank drama carries out its mission, reviews say

    Writer-director David Ayer takes his gritty explorations of masculinity and violence to the battlefields of World War II in "Fury," starring Brad Pitt as the hardened leader of an American tank crew behind German lines. Movie critics largely agree...
  • 'Fury' Enters New Battle Zone: The Oscar Race

    Sony's "Fury" arrives in theaters Friday with critical approval and positive box office predictions. As for awards, the WWII drama's outstanding artisan work could enlist it in this year's race. Writer-director David Ayer and his team -- including...
  • All the ways Gisele Bundchen's Chanel No. 5 ad confused us

    All the ways Gisele Bundchen's Chanel No. 5 ad confused us
    Gisele Bundchen's Chanel No. 5 ad dropped on Wednesday, and as beautiful as it is, it raises almost as many questions as Brad Pitt's puzzling effort did in October 2012. The world's highest-paid supermodel, who led the charge during the French fashion...
  • 'Fury' is a daring, impressive victory

    'Fury' is a daring, impressive victory
    ***1/2 (out of four) A man appears on the horizon on a horse. He looks commanding, invincible. Riding his beautiful animal, he surveys a smoky battlefield. Suddenly another man jumps off of a tank and attacks the man on the horse, stabbing him in the eye...
  • Review: 'The History of Rock 'n' Roll in Ten Songs' by Greil Marcus

    Review: 'The History of Rock 'n' Roll in Ten Songs' by Greil Marcus
    We now live in the seventh decade of rock 'n' roll, and it has never felt more irrelevant, if such a thing can be gauged by contemporary radio playlists now dominated by slick rappers and aerobicized dance divas. Even terrestrial radio today plays less of...
  • 'Fury' Production Design Tanks Up on Authenticity

    Andrew Menzies' production design for "Fury" is so good that audiences might think the crew simply filmed an old Sherman tank he found. It wasn't that easy. Director David Ayer's goal was to be "as authentic as we could be," Menzies says. They studied...