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The Lion King (movie)

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  • Hans Zimmer Live: Composer Breaks Out With Performing Career

    Last month's unexpected appearance by Hans Zimmer conducting an all-female string section behind Pharrell Williams on "Saturday Night Live," it turns out, was just the beginning of Zimmer's newfound performing career. On July 18, he will join several...
  • DreamWorks Animation at 20

    Still recovering from jet lag after a three-day trip to Australia, India and China, Jeffrey Katzenberg sat in a courtyard next to a duck pond at the Mediterranean-style campus dotted with oaks and olive trees. The legendary Hollywood mogul, who...
  • Broadway Box Office: The Street Sticks to Its Guns Against TV Upfronts and 'Godzilla'

    Univision, ESPN, "Godzilla": All tried to take a bite out of Broadway last week, but Main Stem box office fought them off. Upfronts, the TV industry's annual sales pitch to advertisers, can't help but overlap a bit with Broadway, whose venues can seem as...
  • Concert review: Il Divo with Lea Salonga

     Concert review: Il Divo with Lea Salonga
    Marrying pop quartet Il Divo with musical theater was an idea made in over-the-top heaven. Musical theater, of course, is a genre that wears its heart on its sleeve. And the four gents of Il Divo never met a song they couldn't sing the subtlety out of....
  • 25 years of summer movie hits

    25 years of summer movie hits
    No other film released 25 years ago, and few made since, captured the crosscurrents of a single neighborhood on a sweltering summer day in late 20th-century America the way Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing" did. Lee's brash masterwork still plays like...
  • 'Frozen': Finding a diva in 41 languages

    'Frozen': Finding a diva in 41 languages
    The first time Rick Dempsey heard Idina Menzel sing "Let it Go," the ice queen empowerment anthem in the Walt Disney Animation movie "Frozen," he knew he had a serious problem on his hands. "How are we going to do that in 41 languages?" said Dempsey,...
  • Disney's 'The Lion King' was top grossing Broadway show for 2013

    Disney's 'The Lion King' was top grossing Broadway show for 2013
    Disney's "The Lion King" can lay claim to two milestones for 2013.  In October, the blockbuster musical passed the $1-billion mark at the Broadway box office. Now the musical is officially the top-grossing show of 2013, with approximately $96.9 million in...
  • A rogue's gallery in one actor

    A rogue's gallery in one actor
    Brent Harris is an experienced bad guy — on stage, at least. Without tooting his own horn too much, the New York City actor said he is a peaceful sort who avoids confrontation and is opposed to violence. But directors don't necessarily see that....
  • Fox's ADHD Wants You to Experience 2013 in One Minute

    Missed 2013 in its entirety? Fox's Animation Domination Hi-Def (ADHD) has you covered with a very thorough review of our year in news and pop culture. In a minute-long trippy video, ADHD takes you through the past 12 months by covering everything from...
  • Jackie Evancho puts the 'up' in 'runner-up

    Jackie Evancho puts the 'up' in 'runner-up
    Jackie Evancho was happy when she lost NBC's "America's Got Talent" in 2010, finishing runner-up to the Colorado singer Michael Grimm. It's a too-familiar experience for a 13-year-old who has come in second in more competitions than she cares to admit....
  • Robert Hilburn to discuss Johnny Cash at Laguna Playhouse

    Robert Hilburn to discuss Johnny Cash at Laguna Playhouse
    Fans of Johnny Cash -- and the jukebox musical based on his life -- will get a chance to hear from an expert who knew the late singer well and spent decades researching his career. Former Los Angeles Times pop-music critic and editor Robert Hilburn will...