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  • Frank Yablans, Former Paramount President, Dies at 79

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Frank Yablans, the president of Paramount Pictures during the fertile early '70s era that produced films including "The Godfather" and "Chinatown," died of natural causes Thursday at his home in Los Angeles, according to his son, ICM Partners agent Eddy Yablans. He was 79.
  • 'The Babadook,' smart and dark, delivers grown-up horrors

    'The Babadook,' smart and dark, delivers grown-up horrors
    "The Babadook" is a smart, darkly drawn modern-day horror movie of monsters, memories and mothers. For it is a mother's love on the line that heightens the provocation in this thriller set off when a children's book about the dreaded Babadook comes to...

    Hollywood's New Leaders: Creative

    Ike Barinholtz, 37 Actor-writer-producer He plays daffy on "The Mindy Project," but Barinholtz is a master of multitasking. He writes and produces on "Project," recurs on HBO's "Eastbound & Down" and FX's "The League" and lends his voice on Hulu's "The...

    Simon Rich on 'Spoiled Brats'

    Simon Rich on 'Spoiled Brats'
    Simon Rich has lived something of a charmed life. The son of the political columnist and former New York Times theater critic Frank Rich and the stepson of Alex Witchel, a Times reporter, Simon Rich attended Harvard, where he led the Harvard Lampoon and...

    REVIEW: 'The Downpour' by Route 66 Theatre Co. ★★★

     REVIEW: 'The Downpour' by Route 66 Theatre Co. ★★★½
    The best thrillers — and, believe me, playwright Caitlin Parrish's grippingly intimate new play "The Downpour" is as tense and disturbing an experience as any thriller you might find at the multiplex — are rooted in quotidian, real-life fears....