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  • Producers Aim to Establish 'A Confederacy of Dunces' On Broadway

    The movie adaptation may be a nonstarter, but John Kennedy Toole's novel "A Confederacy of Dunces" has taken its first steps toward the stage as producers announced a legit incarnation is in the works from playwright Jeffrey Hatcher and helmer David...
  • Keith David's injury postpones Ebony Repertory's 'Paul Robeson'

    Keith David's injury postpones Ebony Repertory's 'Paul Robeson'
    A new production of the Phillip Hayes Dean play "Paul Robeson" that was scheduled to open Friday in Los Angeles has been postponed due to an injury sustained by actor Keith David. The play, a production by the Ebony Repertory Theatre at the Nate...
  • James Earl Jones Talks 'Star Wars,' Retirement And 'Love Letters'

    James Earl Jones Talks 'Star Wars,' Retirement And 'Love Letters'
    For many James Earl Jones is best known as that distinctive voice of Darth Vader in "Star Wars," Mufasa in Disney's "The Lion King" or as the older version of author Alex Haley in the television mini-series "Roots: The Next Generations." But the veteran...
  • Rose Byrne Takes It to Broadway for 'You Can't Take It With You'

    Rose Byrne will follow up her role in Universal's hit "Neighbors" with a gig on Broadway, joining the cast of the upcoming revival of Moss Hart's "You Can't Take It With You" starting previews in August. Byrne, making her Broadway debut, and Annaleigh...
  • Emanuel can't see a dud with 'Stars' in his eyes

    Emanuel can't see a dud with 'Stars' in his eyes
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel's plan to plop a "Star Wars" museum on the lakefront whether Chicago likes it or not is a dumb idea. But judging by the breathless media coverage, you'd think this is some great mayoral triumph. It isn't. Mayor Rahmfather has been...
  • Critics' Choice TV Awards: Complete list of winners and nominees

    The Netflix newcomer "Orange Is the New Black" won for best comedy and AMC's departed veteran "Breaking Bad" won for top drama at the 4th Critics' Choice Television Awards, which were handed out by the Broadcast Television Journalists Assn. on Thursday...
  • Angela Lansbury/James Earl Jones 'Driving Miss Daisy' in Orlando this week

     Angela Lansbury/James Earl Jones 'Driving Miss Daisy' in Orlando this week
    In 2013, Angela Lansbury and James Earl Jones toured Australia in a production of "Driving Miss Daisy," Alfred Uhry's story that follows the relationship between a widowed Southern woman and her chauffeur from the 1940s through the 1970s. That...
  • Rob Bredow Leaves Sony Imageworks for Industrial Light & Magic (EXCLUSIVE)

    One of the open questions about Sony Imageworks' move from Culver City to Vancouver is whether its key talent will be willing to immigrate to Canada to stay with Sony. In the case of one of Imageworks' most prominent employees, chief technology officer...
  • Oscars: A look back at some early, pioneering roles for black actors

    Oscars: A look back at some early, pioneering roles for black actors
    Nearly three-quarters of a century before the film "12 Years a Slave," a scathing indictment of slavery, was nominated for nine Academy Awards, Hattie McDaniel won a supporting actress Oscar for playing the loyal slave Mammy in 1939's "Gone With the Wind....
  • It's Time to Beef About Substandard TV Commercials

    The Super Bowl, a national holiday celebrating America's twin loves of football and capitalism, is a time to embrace the art of TV advertising, even when the game's lousy. Yet while there's still ample romance surrounding the image of the creative ad...
  • Actors Riff On Their Public Personas In Guest Turns

    Like images in a hall of mirrors, actors appearing as themselves on shows are like an approximation of reality; they look and talk like the real thing, yet the performance also gives them the chance to play with their persona, tweak perceptions and riff...