| Sep 29, 2010
Sally Menke, director Quentin Tarantino's longtime editor on films such as " Pulp Fiction," "Jackie Brown" and the two-volume "Kill Bill," was found dead early Tuesday morning by searchers in Bronson Canyon after she went hiking with her dog in the severe...
| Mar 29, 2010
| 2:24 PM
There's bad opening weekends ... and then there's B-A-D opening weekends.
Uma Thurman's latest flick might top the list of the latter category. "Motherhood," which had already flopped in the U.S., somehow did even worse when it made it across the pond....
| Jun 4, 2010
| 5:21 AM
LOS ANGELES -- David Carradine's widow has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a French company handling the actor's last film, claiming the company should not have left him alone the night before he died.
Anne Carradine filed the lawsuit in Los...
| Mar 17, 2011
| 6:36 AM
France is known for its chic cafés, superior fashions and high appreciation for wine, so it’s tough to comprehend that such a classy country also happens to be the world’s second-largest market for hip-hop after the United States. While...
| Sep 19, 2010
"Elegant American sportswear." Those are the words that best sum up the recent spring 2011 runway shows in New York. A new generation of designers has turned the page here, led by Alexander Wang, who has figured out what people want and how much they...
| Mar 3, 2011
| 5:15 AM
Movie stars, TV actors, rock singers, fashion models and professional athletes need a vacation just like everybody else. But when you're more famous than Mickey Mouse, it's not as easy to blend in with the crowd -- even at Disney World.
| Jun 22, 2011
| 2:26 PM
La Cañada resident Katherine Beattie knows firsthand how hard it is to build a successful career in the film and TV industry. As a script coordinator for the Showtime hit “Californication,” the 26-year-old writer has had many jobs that require...
| Mar 10, 2011
Eddie Brandt's obsession with the movies was evident in his North Hollywood home, which he transformed into an indoor-outdoor theater by installing a film projector on a tiny loft with windows and pointing it toward his yard.
Saturday night was movie...
| Mar 7, 2011
| 1:10 PM
"Push Comes to Shove: New Images of Aggressive Women"
By Maud Lavin
The MIT Press, 312 pages, $27.95
Aggression provokes complex feelings. On the one hand, we think of aggressive people as pushy, domineering, and quite possibly violent or threatening. At...
| Sep 9, 2011
"Shaolin," with its feuding warlords and fighting monks in '20s era China, is a sprawling popcorn blast of action kept spinning with crazy cool kung fu, tons of fake spurting blood (I think everyone had a packet clinched in their teeth) and slacker...
| Nov 4, 2009
| 4:33 PM
Like lots of Quentin Tarantino flicks, "Inglourious Basterds" has so many outrageous, quirky elements that it could easily qualify in the comedy categories at the Golden Globes, but the Weinstein Co. will opt for drama. Ultimate classification will be...