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  • Warner Bros. crime drama 'Inherent Vice' starts filming in L.A.

    Warner Bros. crime drama 'Inherent Vice' starts filming in L.A.
    'Inherent Vice,' a star-studded film from director Paul Thomas Anderson, has started production in Los Angeles. The Warner Bros. crime drama, adapted from a Thomas Pynchon novel, is set in L.A. in the late 1960s. The movie, expected to be released...
  • Monday's TV Highlights: 'Defiance' on Syfy

    Monday's TV Highlights: 'Defiance' on Syfy
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 9 - 15, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES The Voice The contestants perform in a...
  • 'The Purge' easily beats Vaughn-Wilson's 'Internship' for No. 1

    "The Internship" got bossed around at the box office this weekend, as the film starring Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn appealed to far fewer moviegoers than the low-budget thriller "The Purge." Made on a micro-budget of just $3 million, "The Purge"...
  • 'The Purge' trounces 'The Internship.' Cable show kicks off in D.C.

    'The Purge' trounces 'The Internship.' Cable show kicks off in D.C.
    After the coffee. Before heading into humid downtown D.C. for cable fun. The Skinny: Made the mistake of standing still in a backyard in suburban D.C. on Sunday afternoon, and the mosquitoes ate me up. Lesson learned. I'll be drenched in Off next time....
  • 'The Purge' and the low-budget genre revolution

    'The Purge' and the low-budget genre revolution
    Back in 2010, shortly after Paramount Pictures’ "Paranormal Activity" became a mega-hit on a micro-budget, executives at the studio decided to launch a label dedicated to making more movies of this kind.   InSurge, as it was known, would produce...
  • Drawing insight into Google's Doodles

    Drawing insight into Google's Doodles
    SAN FRANCISCO — Google.com is the most visited online front door in the United States. According to Alexa, a longtime Internet statistics firm, it is also the second most visited home page in the world behind Facebook.com; roughly 40 percent of...
  • Judge dismisses lawsuit over Faulkner line in 'Midnight in Paris'

    Judge dismisses lawsuit over Faulkner line in 'Midnight in Paris'
    Sony Pictures has won out in a legal battle over whether Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" had the right to use a nine-word quote from William Faulkner's novel "Requiem for a Nun." A federal Mississippi judge on Thursday dismissed Faulkner Literary...
  • 'Elysium' launches to No. 1; 'We're the Millers' is surprise runner-up

    Matt Damon rose above the competition at the box office this weekend, where his sci-fi film "Elysium" was No. 1 as four new films hit theaters. The pricey movie about a man desperate to get to a plush man-made space station hovering above Earth opened...
  • Are older directors still making vital movies?

    Do movie directors, like fine wines, get better with age? That may sound like a frivolous question, but it has long been debated by critics as they weigh the relative merits of fiery young upstarts versus wise old veterans. The question takes on renewed...
  • Elmore Leonard's early film and TV work dominated by westerns

    Elmore Leonard's early film and TV work dominated by westerns
    Hollywood began to take interest in Elmore Leonard, who died Tuesday, nearly 60 years ago. But back then he wasn't writing the crime novels he became famous for; he focused on western short stories and novels. Here's a look at some of his earliest...
  • Elmore Leonard: Next Hollywood collaboration to play at Toronto

    Elmore Leonard: Next Hollywood collaboration to play at Toronto
    Elmore Leonard, whose work has fueled Hollywood films for decades, will have an impact on the business even after his death. Leonard, who died Tuesday, recently had his 1978 crime novel "The Switch" adapted into a movie titled "Life of Crime." It is...