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  • 'Finding Neverland' treads an increasingly common screen-to-stage path

    'Finding Neverland' treads an increasingly common screen-to-stage path
    Anointed with a fresh sprinkling of pixie dust, the Harvey Weinstein-produced musical "Finding Neverland" bowed on Broadway this week after spending nearly five years — and about $20 million — in the making. Based on the 2004 film starring...
  • Cannes 2015: Woody Allen and Todd Haynes to join Pixar and Portman

    The Cannes Film Festival on Thursday unveiled a lineup studded with both high-profile veterans and intriguing newcomers — and that's before you even reached the vaunted competition section. Woody Allen will unveil his existential comedy “...
  • Jia, Sorrentino, Van Sant in Cannes lineup; selfies a no-no

    Jia, Sorrentino, Van Sant in Cannes lineup; selfies a no-no
    The 68th Cannes Film Festival will feature a lesbian love story starring Cate Blanchett, a Shakespearean tragedy with Michael Fassbender and films from cinema heavyweights including China's Jia Zhangke, Italy's Paolo Sorrentino and the United States'...
  • Simmons y Arquette favoritos del Oscar

    Simmons y Arquette favoritos del Oscar
    LOS ANGELES - J.K. Simmons ("Whiplash") y Patricia Arquette ("Boyhood"), ambos nominados por primera vez por la Academia de Hollywood, son los grandes favoritos a alzarse el próximo domingo con el Óscar en las categorías de mejor actor de reparto y...
  • Scenic artist hit a masterwork mother lode with 'Woman in Gold'

    Scenic artist hit a masterwork mother lode with 'Woman in Gold'
    What do you do after you painstakingly re-create one of the most famous paintings on Earth? Hide it from sight, of course. This likely will be the fate of a reproduction of Gustav Klimt's 1907 masterpiece, "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I," painted by a...
  • Amazon streams its way to a leading TV role

    Amazon streams its way to a leading TV role
    It's been an epic week for Amazon, Maura Pfefferman and streaming TV. Two Golden Globes for "Transparent," a daring dramedy starring Jeffrey Tambor on a gender-changing journey from Mort to Maura Pfefferman, got the ball rolling at the televised...
  • Amazon orders five pilots to series, renews 'Mozart in the Jungle'

    Amazon orders five pilots to series, renews 'Mozart in the Jungle'
    Amazon announced Wednesday that it has ordered full seasons of five pilots, including a Philip K. Dick adaptation, a magazine show inspired by one of the nation's most esteemed publications and two children's programs. Pilots getting a greenlight are...
  • Oscar race is all about timing (except when it's not)

    Oscar race is all about timing (except when it's not)
    Timing is everything in the Oscar race. Except when it's not. This year's Academy Awards field has done more than most to upend traditional rhythms of Hollywood's awards season, a normally finely-tuned red-carpet ballet. "Not my tempo" — the...
  • Kurt Vonnegut documentary is 30-plus years in the making

     Kurt Vonnegut documentary is 30-plus years in the making
    For years, Bob Weide referred to Kurt Vonnegut as "the old man." The old man was 60 when they met, which was not long after Weide, who was barely out of college, typed him a letter that said, in essence: "You don't know me, but my name's Bob Weide....
  • REVIEW: 'Laughter on the 23rd Floor' at First Folio Theatre

     REVIEW: 'Laughter on the 23rd Floor' at First Folio Theatre
    Before "The Writers' Room" became the name of a Sundance Television program examining the ins and outs and ups and downs of crafting popular television shows, Neil Simon created his own tribute to the all-star team of scribes behind Sid Caesar's "Your...
  • Oscars 2015: 'The Phone Call' wins live-action short

    Oscars 2015: 'The Phone Call' wins live-action short
    "The Phone Call," a short film that tells about a fateful call that is received by a worker in a crisis call center and an encounter that changes the lives of the people on the call, won the Oscar for live-action short film Sunday night. The film...