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  • Comic-Con 2010: In search of the next Christopher Nolan

    Comic-Con 2010: In search of the next Christopher Nolan
    When the big studios commit big bucks on their big franchises, the list of directors deemed equal to the task suddenly can grow very small. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: New directors: An article in Monday's Calendar section about studios'...
  • Could 'Inception' come true? In your dreams

    Could 'Inception' come true? In your dreams
    If anyone's qualified to critique the summer blockbuster "Inception," it's Matthew Edlund. An expert on rest, body clocks and sleep, Edlund has high praise for the Leonardo DiCaprio film, which has earned almost $144 million in its first 10 days of...
  • The Crowd: 'Inception' viewers implant some funding

    One of the big summer movies is "Inception," starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Last week in Newport Beach, the Hoag Hospital Foundation, The 552 Club, Warner Bros. and Regal Entertainment Group joined forces to present a private screening of the film at the...
  • Warner Bros. has strong quarter

    A strong year for Burbank-based Warner Bros. Studios helped media giant Time-Warner Inc. grow revenue in the second fiscal quarter, according to an earnings statement released Wednesday. Time-Warner's filmed entertainment division brought in $2.5 billion...
  • 'Inception' dreams big, unlike its architect

    'Inception' dreams big, unlike its architect
    Everybody has an opinion about "Inception," and mine comes in the form of a question: Why are the movie's architectural settings, for the most part, so hackneyed? Christopher Nolan's hyper-complex psychological thriller doesn't just make architecture a...
  • Reel Critics: First-rate visuals in animated 'Rango'

    Gore Verbinski directed the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise. The special effects expertise of Industrial Light and Magic were a key to his success. Their pedigree goes all the way back to the "Star Wars" series. Their skills were sharpened on the...
  • The Oscars: Fresh story ideas a tough sell in Hollywood

    The Oscars: Fresh story ideas a tough sell in Hollywood
    David Seidler first sparked to the idea of writing a movie about the life of King George VI in 1980. A stutterer himself, he found the real-life narrative of the English monarch's struggles to overcome a debilitating stammer moving and profoundly...
  • Christopher Nolan: all his altered states

    Christopher Nolan: all his altered states
    Think of Christopher Nolan as a man trying to write a novel while the neighbors -- in this case, the rest of the world's population -- won't keep the noise down. The filmmaker doesn't own a cellphone, has no e-mail account and, in recent weeks, he's...
  • China is on a cinema-building binge

    China is on a cinema-building binge
    Not long ago when Zhang Guomiao wanted to see a film, he'd head for the village square. There, itinerant cinema operators would unfurl a canvas screen, set up some static-filled speakers and show a grainy movie in the open air. "We had to bring our own...
  • Ronni Chasen's spirit alive in Golden Globe nominations

    Ronni Chasen's spirit alive in Golden Globe nominations
    She wasn't there to hear the news or congratulate her clients, but Ronni Chasen was very much present at Tuesday's Golden Globe nominations. The veteran publicist and awards consultant, who was slain on Nov. 16, worked on the successful Golden Globe...
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