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Empire of the Sun (movie)

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  • Outkast, Pharrell Williams top L.A. Times readers' Coachella picks

    Outkast, Pharrell Williams top L.A. Times readers' Coachella picks
    You did it. You survived Coachella 2014. Here's a look back at the festival's most memorable moments and the most popular musicians there — according to our readers. While our music staff compiled its list of "must see" talent, we asked you to...
  • Anthony Goldschmidt dies at 71; designed memorable movie posters

    When E.T., the extraterrestrial, and his human chum Elliott reached across the cosmos to share a luminous touch of the fingertips, Anthony Goldschmidt was the unseen hand that brought them together. Goldschmidt also was on the job when Thelma and Louise...
  • Miami nights: Plenty to see and do after dark

    Miami nights: Plenty to see and do after dark
    In a couple of weeks, hordes will descend upon Miami again. It seems people are always mobbing Miami — for international art fairs, for Martin Luther King Jr.weekend, for sporting events, and of course, for those famed beaches, which always seem...
  • 'Flowers of War' goes truly global

    'Flowers of War' goes truly global
    In a globalized age, Chinese and American pop culture mix in unexpected ways. Taiwanese singers borrow from hip-hop and R&B. Locked-out NBA players join mainland basketball teams. And Batman — or, at least, the man who plays him — is called...
  • Review: Porter Robinson at Virgin Mobile FreeFest 2011

    The mouse ears. The neon-colored T-shirts with the mouse silhouettes. The girls in hyper-small costumes sucking lollipops. Dancers banging their heads with their arms in the air making out like it was a rave. This was all happening mid-day, during Porter...
  • Electric Daisy Carnival: Dance music festival sets rave lineup for Joliet racetrack

    Electric Daisy Carnival: Dance music festival sets rave lineup for Joliet racetrack
    A lineup including top-tier DJs and electronic artists such as David Guetta, Armin van Buuren, Avicii, Kaskade, Tiesto and Above & Beyond will be announced Thursday for the first Electric Daisy Carnival in the Chicago area, May 24-26 at Chicagoland...
  • 'Star Wars' sequel to shoot in Britain

    'Star Wars' sequel to shoot in Britain
    The force is returning to Britain. Disney-owned Lucasfilm announced Friday that production of "Star Wars: Episode VII" will take place in the United Kingdom, the latest example of a high-profile Hollywood movie filming outside California. Another big...
  • Premiere: Baron Von Luxxury's 'Rosebud Was the Name of His Sled'

     
    Baron Von Luxxury is named Baron Von Luxxury. This is his fake name, and may warrant you to stop, consider it, and maybe even say it out loud. BVL sounds like the brand of a designer handbag company in Belgium with a bent for Feudalism, not the...
  • ‘E.T.’: Kathleen Kennedy on Spielberg, Lucas and making of a classic

     
    Kathleen Kennedy has a résumé nearly unmatched in Hollywood — over the years, she’s produced such respected films as “The ......
  • Will Spielberg take a walk on the wild side?

    Will Spielberg take a walk on the wild side?
    Steven Spielberg, who at 22 was hired by Universal to a long-term contract, started out his career as the teacher's pet of the Movie Brat generation. With the unveiling of his first Indiana Jones escapade in 19 years today at Cannes, he's proffering yet...
  • Visionary with a sharp edge

    Visionary with a sharp edge
    If J.G. Ballard -- the visionary British novelist who died Sunday of prostate cancer at age 78 -- ends up being remembered, it will likely be as a science fiction writer who aspired to use genre as a vehicle for art. That's true enough, in a certain...