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  • 'Adam Resurrected'

    'Adam Resurrected'
    Jeff Goldblum has been a television presence lately on "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," but he reconfirms what a powerful feature-film star he can be in veteran filmmaker Paul Schrader's ("American Gigolo") drama about a concentration-camp survivor who...
  • Jess Weixler

    Where you've seen her Jess Weixler made her mark with "Teeth" (2007), a black comedy about a girl with vagina dentata, which is exactly what it sounds like it might be. She won a Special Jury Prize at Sundance for her performance. The 28-year-old has...
  • 'Daybreakers'

    In the Daybreakers future, the vampires have it all worked out. No longer just nocturnal, they now run the show — day and night. Between their immortality and designer clothes, there isn't a True Blood Louisiana redneck vampire to be found. Can'...
  • Wooster Group points toward 'North Atlantic' again

    Wooster Group points toward 'North Atlantic' again
    After 35 years in the trenches, the Wooster Group has become New York's quintessential experimental theater troupe. The Performing Garage, its gritty SoHo home, is a mecca for postmodern drama. And the internationally hailed company soon will launch its...
  • 'Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant'

    'Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant'
    Distinctive character actor John C. Reilly ("Chicago," "The Perfect Storm") walks away with this horror tale, inspired by a book series for young readers. He plays a stylish vampire who is among the attractions of a circus sideshow, and also the main lure...
  • To Live and Die in LA

     
    Well, Anaheim, actually, which is not LA. Not by a longshot, regardless of what the Angels want to believe with that whole Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim nonsense. But I needed a headline for this entry and I'm a little......
  • Movie projector: 'Avatar' to dominate three new competitors

     
    Three new movies open Friday, but the big story at the box office this weekend will once again be "Avatar." The new pictures, Lionsgate's horror film "Daybreakers," Universal Pictures romantic comedy "Leap Year" and the Weinstein Co. comedy "Youth in........
  • Ethan Hawke says 'Daybreakers' aspires to be 'Aliens' with fangs

     
    Yesterday we brought you Yvonne Villarreal's snappy Los Angeles Times feature on Ethan Hawke and his new film, "Daybreakers." Today she's back with more. This bit of extended coverage is exclusive to the Hero Complex and has Hawke talking about......
  • 'Thor' star Anthony Hopkins explains the ruthless charm of Odin

     
    Anthony Hopkins is ready to cross the Rainbow Bridge to Asgard. "For 'Thor,'" he pointed out, "I don't just play a father, I play the god-father." Work is underway on the fourth Marvel Studios film, and Hopkins said he is......
  • War movies and the Oscars: It's always hell

     
    If "The Hurt Locker" wins the Oscar for best picture Sunday night -- and at this stage, the race is really down to either "Avatar" or the Kathryn Bigelow-directed film about bomb disposal experts in Iraq -- it will be......
  • Julian Schnabel’s Miral has a home with the Weinsteins

     
    Julian Schnabel, the director of The Diving Bell and the Butterfly cast Freida Pinto, Vanessa Redgrave and Willem Dafoe in his film Miral, which is based on the true story of a Palestinian orphanage in Jerusalem and a woman raised there who grows up...