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  • Latest Oscar predictions: Lead actor

    Right now it looks like Colin Firth is far ahead in the Academy Award race for lead actor. All Oscarologists know that voters are suckers for actors who portray real-life characters (Forest Whittaker in "Last King of Scotland," Philip Seymour Hoffman in...
  • Ray Charles musical appears stuck in limbo following producer's lawsuit

    A Broadway-bound stage musical inspired by the life and career of Ray Charles appears stuck in legal limbo, with its chances of opening in New York in the near future looking unlikely. "Unchain My Heart," which was scheduled to open......
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • Pioneering and volatile -- the stage was his world

    Pioneering and volatile -- the stage was his world
    Last month, on a frosty night in Zagreb, Croatia, they draped the shimmering cape on the shoulders of James Brown for the last time. As the crowd cheered, the "Hardest Working Man in Show Business," whose career had begun six decades and a world away as a...
  • Behind the scene of a pop miracle

    Early in "the session," the 45 artists began singing the chorus: We are the world We are the children We are the ones who make a brighter day So, let's start giving. . . . And to their horror, many of the men discovered that the key was far too...