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  • Gold Derby nuggets: Pete Hammond: Best actress 'down to the wire' | Oscars leading men

     
    • Pete Hammond -- who pegged Sandra Bullock as a contender weeks before anyone else -- surveys the lead actress field and finds it "all over the map." Pete concludes, "EW's annual survey of four academy voters (not the biggest sample exactly) had Streep...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Oscars countdown | James Cameron OK with 'Avatar' Oscars spoof | Oscar gold equals box office green

     
    • Sandy Cohen reports, "Oscar producers Adam Shankman and Bill Mechanic are bridging stage and screen with an advanced, automated set at the Kodak Theatre and a super high-tech program planned for TV viewers. After days of technical tests on their stage...
  • Ray Charles musical heading to Broadway after run at Pasadena Playhouse

     
    While the venerated Pasadena Playhouse closed its main stage in February due to budgetary pressures, some of the company's recent productions are finding life beyond Southern California. On Thursday, producers announced that "Unchain My Heart, The Ray...
  • Hackford-Mirren 'Love Ranch' film and the old-new debate over legal prostitution

     
    When I was invited to a screening of "Love Ranch," the new Helen Mirren film directed by her husband, Taylor Hackford, I wasn't exactly sure what to expect -- maybe something sentimental and charming, like "Calendar Girl"? Something gritty under a gilding...
  • Helen Mirren in Taylor Hackford's 'Love Ranch': Unfit for a queen

     
    Twenty-five years after director Taylor Hackford (“Ray,” “An Officer and a Gentleman”) and future wife Helen Mirren met while making “White Nights,” the two have finally reunited professionally with the period drama &#...
  • Just-announced concerts

    KISS at the Verizon Center on Oct. 13. Buckcherry will be the opening act. Tickets go on sale Aug. 29. 410-547-7328 or ticketmaster.com. Bruce Hornsby and The Noisemakers with The Wood Brothers (featuring Chris Wood of Medeski, Martin and Wood) at the...
  • What happened to all the fun?

    What happened to all the fun?
    After 62 years — 43 years since it was first telecast — the Golden Globe Awards have been around long enough, in the narrow range of human memory, to seem to have existed forever. And if Hollywood still means anything in a thousand years...
  • A Golden flight

    A Golden flight
    "The Aviator" soared — sort of. "Million Dollar Baby" decked the competition — but wasn't a knockout. "Sideways" uncorked a couple winners — although it wasn't drunk with success. And "Closer," a dark film about love and betrayal,...
  • Legendary blues singer Ray Charles dead at 73

    Ray Charles may have been one of the most influential singer-musicians ever to grace American pop music. He may have laid the foundation for soul - an earthy blend of the secular and the spiritual, and one of the country's greatest cultural achievements....
  • 'Aviator' flies high with 11 Oscar bids

    HOLLYWOOD - The Aviator, an old-fashioned Hollywood epic about Howard Hughes' obsessions, romances and crippling neuroses, captured 11 nominations to top all contenders for next month's 77th annual Academy Awards, including best picture, best actor for...
  • A watershed for the Oscars

    At the Oscars next month, an unprecedented contest will unfold. Jamie Foxx, nominated in the best actor category for his role as Ray Charles in Ray, will be up against the highly regarded Don Cheadle from Hotel Rwanda. And for best supporting actor,...