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  • Harvey Weinstein says time is right for sequels, spinoffs of Miramax classics

     
    For those who say no sequel could ever be as good as the original "Shakespeare in Love," Harvey Weinstein agrees. But that doesn't mean he's not game to try. In an interview after the news of the deal for his......
  • Movie Review: The Concert

     
    The Franco-Russian farce “The Concert” is a caper comedy in which the caper involves a bunch of politically outcast musicians passing themselves off as a famous Soviet era orchestra. Their goals are simple — to finagle a trip to Paris,...
  • A Tarantino Western? Well, $&^% Yeah!

     
    Quentin T. says he's finished his Western script. And if we're wondering what that might look like, he's already got his Oscar-winning pal Christoph Waltz from “Inglourious Basterds” supposedly on board. Quentin is ignoring how Christoph...
  • Mike Myers is married to Kelly Tisdale -- for a while now!

     
    Mike Myers and Kelly Tisdale are married. "Shrek" star Mike Myers married Teany cafe founder Kelly Tisdale secretly about five months ago....
  • Without John Galliano, the Dior show goes on

     
    With the swishing of Karlie Kloss' cashmere cloak on the runway, the $28-billion Dior fashion house proved Friday that the show will go on, even without its flamboyant designer of nearly 15 years, John Galliano. At the Rodin Museum, the......
  • On location: French culture minister courts Hollywood studios

     
    French Culture Minister Frédéric Mitterrand is asking Hollywood for its budget-weary producers, pressured directors and harried filmmakers yearning for a tax break. France has had a long and rich history of filmmaking, from the pioneering motion pict...
  • ‘Rise of the Apes,’ the ‘Planet of the Apes’ prequel, moves to August

     
    Fox has moved the new “Planet of the Apes” movie, “Rise of the Apes,” starring James Franco, to Aug. 5, and shoved a movie it had on that date to December. Bad news? Not really. “Signs” and “The Expendables”...
  • Friday's Highlights: 'Who Do You Think You Are?' on NBC

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 27 - April 2 in PDF format TV listings for the week of March 27 - April 2 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can......
  • FFF 2011 movie review: Young Goethe in Love

     
    It's not as giddy as its title suggests, though perhaps it's a bit much to expect a period piece about Germany's great romantic poet and polymath Johann Goethe to be “Shakespeare in Love.” But “Young Goethe in Love” makes for a...
  • Movie Review: Water for Elephants

     
    Kids and other Robert Pattinson fans won't be running off to join the circus after seeing “Water for Elephants,” the brutish and violent  screen adaptation of Sara Gruen's novel. Whatever romance and charm Gruen summoned forth from these rough...
  • Will Smith in a Tarantino movie?

     
    Quentin Tarantino's “Django Unchained” is a Western set in the “Old South” (post Civil War) and is about a freed slave who enlists the aid of a German-born bounty hunter to find his missing (sold off, in slavery? ) wife. And he's...