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  • In 'Selma,' David Oyelowo digs deep to play Martin Luther King Jr.

    In 'Selma,' David Oyelowo digs deep to play Martin Luther King Jr.
    Shortly before the actor David Oyelowo began shooting the part of Martin Luther King Jr. in the new historical drama "Selma," he set out on a video-hunting mission. Oyelowo was searching for something that would help him get under the skin of his subject — that would go beyond the polished statue of photo ops and speech clips — when the longtime King ally Andrew Young handed him a piece of unseen footage.
  • 'The Interview': Low-key premiere for high-profile Seth Rogen film

    'The Interview': Low-key premiere for high-profile Seth Rogen film
    In an alternative universe without blaring headlines about leaked emails, security breaches and North Korean denunciations, one imagines that Sony Pictures would have put on a splashy premiere for its upcoming Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy "The...

    Thursday's TV Highlights: Thanksgiving Day parades, football and more

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 23 - 29, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES The Twilight Zone KTLA's annual marathon...

    AFM: Bloom Sells Noomi Rapace Starrer 'Unlocked' To Major Territories

    Michael Apted's "Unlocked," starring Noomi Rapace as a CIA interrogator, has sold to a flurry of territories at the AFM, where Alex Walton's Bloom is shopping the project. Bloom pre-sold the pic to Benelux (DFW), Eastern Europe (Forum), Germany (Square...

    Film Review: '21 Years: Richard Linklater'

    As a midway celebration of one of American independent cinema's most vital careers, "21 Years: Richard Linklater" makes for a disappointingly hollow hagiography: gushy, superficial and strangely overdue -- arriving significantly later than its title...