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  • 'Foxcatcher' a gripping story of seduction, rejection, murder

    "Foxcatcher" is a brooding, particularly American horror story of seduction, rejection, betrayal and murder set in the under-the-radar world of Olympic wrestling. A despairing, intentionally disturbing film that draws us into a maelstrom of desperate...
  • 'GoodFellas' actor sues Fox, saying he created a 'Simpsons' character

    'GoodFellas' actor sues Fox, saying he created a 'Simpsons' character
    "The Simpsons" has had a hit put on its head in the form of a huge lawsuit.  "GoodFellas" actor Frank Sivero sued Fox Studios on Tuesday for $250 million, claiming he was not compensated for "The Simpsons" using his likeness for mobster character Louie,...
  • ‘Gotham’: John Doman talks playing Bat-villain mob boss Falcone

     
    Though the streets in the hit TV drama “Gotham” are infested with hoodlums, hooligans and malefactors, one man stands at […]...
  • Mort Kunstler, premier historical artist, exhibits 50 works in Allentown

    To fans, he is known as "the premier historical artist in America." But even if you don't recognize his name, you have probably seen and appreciated his colorful, highly detailed and historically accurate works of art. From the Revolutionary War to...
  • 'Wonder Years' dad Dan Lauria to speak at Macungie's Shoemaker school

    'Wonder Years' dad Dan Lauria to speak at Macungie's Shoemaker school
    An actor best known as the father in the ABC sitcom "The Wonder Years" will visit fifth-graders at Shoemaker Elementary School in Macungie next week. Dan Lauria, a star of Hollywood and Broadway, will meet with students at Shoemaker on Tuesday morning...
  • 'The Shawshank Redemption' at 20: How It Went From Bomb to Beloved

    When it premiered on September 23, 1994, "The Shawshank Redemption" barely registered at the box office. The prison drama opened at No. 9, below the odious sex comedy "Exit to Eden" and just above Robert Redford's "Quiz Show," already in its fifth week....
  • Terence Winter and the 'Boardwalk Empire' Team on the Mob Men's Last Call

    When it debuted, "Boardwalk Empire" looked like the answer to HBO's prayers. Another mob series with a glittering pedigree, including Martin Scorsese, who practically defined post-"The Godfather" crime movies; and "The Sopranos" alums Terence Winter...
  • 'Water & Power' stakes out its turf

     'Water & Power' stakes out its turf
    The stated goal for the gritty, neo-noir drama "Water & Power" isn't simply to take a deep narrative dive into what one character in the new movie terms the "contrails of corruption" in modern Los Angeles. According to its writer-director Richard...
  • Twelve directors and the movies that made them

    Twelve directors and the movies that made them
    Directorial acclaim never comes easy. When it hits, though, the results can be significant not only for the helmer but for cinema itself. We take a look back at the films that propelled some of today’s most celebrated directors to prominence....
  • Beverly House listed for sale at $135 million

    No sooner did the mansion known as Fleur de Lys sell this week for a record-breaking $102 million than another L.A. estate hit the market with even higher aspirations: $135 million. Called the Beverly House, the six-acre compound in Beverly Hills also...
  • Appreciation: TrailBlazing D.P. Gordon Willis Didn't Suffer Fools Gladly

    With great risk often comes great reward. That's what the filmmakers behind such classics as "Citizen Kane," "The French Connection" and "The Godfather" -- three movies that challenged established modes of lighting, framing and perspective -- learned...