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  • Broadway's 'Disgraced' Opens: Itch-Scratching and Mini Reunions

    Playwright Ayad Akhtar has seen his Pulitzer Prize winning play "Disgraced" open in productions around the country and around the world. But the show's opening on Broadway Oct. 23 was still a bigger deal. Literally bigger. "We'd never done it for me than...
  • Searchlight's grand challenge: 'Budapest Hotel' for best picture

    We've been deluged with dozens of variations of "Birdman Soars" headlines in the last couple of days, as Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's ambitious tale of a onetime comic book movie star's quest for reinvention opened to great business last weekend,...
  • Penelope Cruz named 'sexiest woman alive' by Esquire magazine

    Penelope Cruz named 'sexiest woman alive' by Esquire magazine
    Spanish actress Penelope Cruz has been named this year's "sexiest woman alive" by Esquire, the men's lifestyle magazine said on Monday. The 40-year-old follows last year's winner, American actress Scarlett Johansson, to earn the honor chosen by Esquire...
  • Penélope Cruz es la más sexy

    Penélope Cruz es la más sexy
    LOS ÁNGELES — La actriz española Penélope Cruz ha sido nombrada este año por Esquire como la "mujer viva más sexy del mundo", informó la revista sobre estilo de vida masculino. La española de 40 años sucede a la ganadora del año pasado, la...
  • Review: 'The Hero of Color City' ★ 1/2

    Review: 'The Hero of Color City' ★ 1/2
    "The Hero of Color City" is a computer-animated cartoon that looked good enough on paper to attract the voice talents of Owen Wilson, Craig Ferguson, Christina Ricci, Rosie Perez and Sean Astin, among others. Five credited screenwriters later, it...
  • Geoffrey Holder, Dancer, Actor in 'Live and Let Die,' Dies at 84

    Geoffrey Holder, a dancer, choreographer, an actor (famously in the James Bond film "Live and Let Die") and a two-time Tony winner for "The Wiz" who was famous for his deep voice and hearty, enthusiastic laugh, died of complications from pneumonia on...
  • TV Review: 'Manhattan Love Story'

    The critical hostility exhibited at the TV Critics Assn. tour to "Manhattan Love Story" felt puzzling, since being broad, derivative and slightly backward is hardly a new set of misdemeanors for network comedies, perhaps especially at ABC. Granted, the...
  • How Sony Pictures Classics Survived the Indie Film Biz

    One key advantage of running a film company together is that it's possible to be two places at once. That came in handy on a recent night at the Toronto International Film Festival when Michael Barker and Tom Bernard, the co-presidents of Sony Pictures...
  • San Sebastian Film Review: 'Felix and Meira'

    Felix, a middle-aged atheist adrift without family ties, and Meira, a young Hasidic woman feeling lost and smothered under nearly the opposite circumstances, find tentative connection in one another in Canadian helmer Maxime Giroux's somberly seductive...
  • Review: 'Not That Kind of Girl' by Lena Dunham

    Review: 'Not That Kind of Girl' by Lena Dunham
    I came to Lena Dunham, appropriately enough, at my therapist's office. I was paging through the Aug. 13, 2012, issue of The New Yorker, waiting to begin my weekly session of labored oversharing, when I stumbled upon "First Love," her essay about being...
  • The 'Magic' Is Gone: The Lazy Nihilism of Woody Allen

    (NOTE: This piece reveals details about the ending of "Magic in the Moonlight.") Amid this unusually busy season for faith-based cinema -- or whatever we should call 2014's bumper crop of Christian-themed and/or spiritually inclined movies, from "Son...