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  • Shia LaBeouf's acid trip was all in a day's work

    Shia LaBeouf's acid trip was all in a day's work
    Shia LaBeouf was working hard to discover to his character for "The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman" — but it turns out he couldn't quite get there without taking an acid trip along the way. LaBeouf first sought advice from costar Evan...
  • Shia LaBeouf quits Broadway play over 'creative differences'

    Shia LaBeouf quits Broadway play over 'creative differences'
    Shia LaBeouf won't be making his Broadway debut this season after all. The 26-year-old actor has quit the upcoming revival production of the play "Orphans" in New York over "creative differences," according to a news release sent Wednesday.  LaBeouf has...
  • Shia LaBeouf and Robert Redford are in good 'Company'

    Shia LaBeouf and Robert Redford are in good 'Company'
    NEW YORK — For all its perks, being a popular young actor like Shia LaBeouf in today's media climate can come with some intense pressures. So intense that one of Hollywood's longest lasting stars says he probably couldn't handle them. "I don't...
  • Weighing my options at Landmark

     
    As November wears on and the weird Chicago weather gets even weirder, I find myself drawn to the movie theatre. (Oh, who am I kidding? I find myself drawn to the movie theatre all year long.) This week looks particularly good for Landmark Century Centre...
  • 'A Dangerous Method,' 'Melancholia' take cues from Richard Wagner

     
    In two recent films -- David Cronenberg's "A Dangerous Method" and Lars von Trier's "Melancholia" -- Richard Wagner's music pervades the soundtrack as well as the story lines, informing the psychology of the characters while adding crucial sonic subtext.....
  • 'Take Shelter,' 'The Artist' top contenders for Spirit Awards [Updated]

     
    Writer-director Jeff Nicols' apocalyptic drama "Take Shelter" and the black-and-white silent film "The Artist" emerged as top contenders for Film Independent's 2012 Spirit Awards Tuesday morning, earning five nominations each. Both films were nominated in...
  • ‘Melancholia’: Depression was never lovelier

     
    What to say about “Melancholia”? In many ways, there's not a more accurate portrayal of depression on film. Because it's directed by Lars von Trier, it's heavy on imagery, light on dialogue. But unlike “The Tree of Life” –...
  • Year in Review: Betsy Sharkey's best film picks of 2011

     
    This year, Los Angeles Times film critic Betsy Sharkey was drawn to certain themes as well as specific films. What follows are her favorites on both fronts....
  • 2012: From 'Hobbit' to 'Hunger Games,' seven stories to watch

     
    The Hunger Games, The Hobbit and Prometheus are among the anticipated films of 2012...
  • 2011: Seven film stories we never saw coming

     
    Bridesmaids, Midnight in Paris and Lars von Trier's controversial Nazi comments were among the biggest film stories of 2011....
  • Laughs amid the dark stuff at Scandinavian Film Fest L.A.

     
    Starting this weekend and continuing Jan. 14 and 15, the noncompetitive Scandinavian Film Festival L.A. boasts a “smorgasbord of Nordic cinema” with features, shorts and documentaries from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden —...