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  • Lindsay Lohan, the porn star and the notorious 'Canyons'

    Lindsay Lohan, the porn star and the notorious 'Canyons'
    On a blazing summer morning, James Deen, looking like the frat boy next door, hunched over a table inside a Woodland Hills café lobbing harsh words at the film business, just days before his dramatic-feature debut in one of the summer's most talked-...
  • TIFF 2013: 'The Double' deals with identity challenges

    With more than 300 movies showing at the Toronto International Film Festival, there is bound to be some overlap. Jesse Eisenberg acts in two films world premiering at the Canadian event, while Mia Wasikowska performs in three screening there. But the...
  • McConaughey and Leto invest bodies, minds in 'Dallas Buyers Club'

    McConaughey and Leto invest bodies, minds in 'Dallas Buyers Club'
    METAIRIE, La. — The strippers were gyrating and the smoke machine was spewing its vaporous mist, but Matthew McConaughey just kept on staring straight ahead. Gaunt and mustachioed, the actor called for another shot of Johnnie Walker — if...
  • 'Rebel' becomes a cause célèbre

    "I'll never forget it," Oscar-winning director Martin Scorsese ("The Departed") says of the first time he saw Nicholas Ray's searing teen angst drama "Rebel Without a Cause," starring James Dean as the troubled Jim Stark. "Rebel Without a Cause,"...
  • Review: 'Grudge Match,' with Stallone and De Niro, can't land KO blow

    Few of us will know what it means to have a genuine legacy, something that really needs to be cared for, protected, regarded. Performers such as Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone must know that issue all too well, each having created a coterie of...
  • Martin Scorsese talks 'The Grandmaster' with Wong Kar Wai

    Martin Scorsese talks 'The Grandmaster' with Wong Kar Wai
    Martin Scorsese took time from his busy schedule promoting "The Wolf of Wall Street" recently to moderate a question-answer period while Hong Kong-based filmmaker Wong Kar Wai was in New York. Scorsese lent his name to Wong's "The Grandmaster" when it...
  • As trial nears, 9th Circuit Court accused of favoring Hollywood

    As trial nears, 9th Circuit Court accused of favoring Hollywood
    WASHINGTON — The California-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is known for progressive rulings that champion individual rights over government and corporations, but when it comes to show business, the "Hollywood Circuit" — as it has been...
  • NBC wants to keep Leno around; Paramount says bye to film

    NBC wants to keep Leno around; Paramount says bye to film
    After the coffee. Before seeing if "The Following" killed in the ratings. The skinny: My power steering broke on Friday so I've been driving old school all weekend. Hope to get it fixed on Tuesday. On the plus side, my arms have gotten a good workout....
  • Restored 'Oklahoma!' to open 2014 TCM Classic Film Festival

    The 2014 TCM Classic Film Festival will open April 10 with the world premiere of the new restoration of "Oklahoma!" Fred Zinnemann's 1955 classic based on the groundbreaking Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein II musical. The film, which features such...
  • Backstage Hollywood: The public and private sides of Philip Seymour Hoffman

     Backstage Hollywood: The public and private sides of Philip Seymour Hoffman
    Six years ago, Philip Seymour Hoffman was nominated for a supporting actor Academy Award for "Charlie Wilson's War." He attended the nominees luncheon, a swank gathering at the Beverly Hilton, whose dress code is just one notch below that of the attire...
  • Blood, sweat and crowdfunding for 'Life Itself'

    Blood, sweat and crowdfunding for 'Life Itself'
    Late Monday afternoon, the lobby of the Gene Siskel Film Center was thick with expectations. The money guys hovered. They were about to see the result of their investments — they were about to see "Life Itself," the new Steve James documentary about...