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  • James Cameron Calls on Bolder Use of 3D by All Filmmakers

    James Cameron called on his fellow filmmakers to be bolder in their use of format on day two of the international 3D Creative Summit in London. The "Avatar" director was the two-day event's biggest draw taking part via an exclusive pre-recorded...
  • 'The Voice' recap: The Top 12 take it live

    The first live show of the season on "The Voice" on Monday night was not without glitches. There was the usual minor stuff: the coaches talking over one another or having to rush through their notes because of time constraints. And then there was one...
  • Forty years on, Elton John's 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' Is Still Paved in Gold

    "Funeral For a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding," the wide-screen epic that opens Elton John's magnum opus, "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" (1973), would suggest an elaborate production effort, extensive overdubs and endless tinkering in the studio. But a live...
  • Listen: Ed Sheeran teams with Pharrell Williams for new 'Sing'

    Listen: Ed Sheeran teams with Pharrell Williams for new 'Sing'
    Ed Sheeran might be past his frizzy-haired Brit-folk phase. A year after the young guitar-picker teamed with Elton John for a rather warbly performance of "The A Team" at the 2013 Grammy Awards, Sheeran released a new song Monday, one that trades the...
  • Elton John on 'liberating' recording of 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road'

    Last fall marked the 40th anniversary of "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road," Elton John's multiplatinum double album that propelled the singer to superstar status. Featuring some of his most enduring hits, including "Bennie and the Jets," "Candle in the Wind"...
  • Monday's TV Highlights: 'Independent Lens: Medora' on PBS

    Monday's TV Highlights: 'Independent Lens: Medora' on PBS
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 30 - April 5, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES How I Met Your Mother The comedy...
  • 'American Idol' recap: Ben Briley is sent packing

    'American Idol' recap: Ben Briley is sent packing
    Let's hear it for the "American Idol" voters. They were spot-on this week. The voters didn't care if the judges told Majesty Rose that her shouty rendition of "Let It Go" was "strong." Nor were they willing to unquestioningly accept all that Sam Woolf-...
  • Aloe Blacc wants to do good beyond helping you 'Lift Your Spirits'

    Aloe Blacc wants to do good beyond helping you 'Lift Your Spirits'
    How much legwork does pop stardom require? Next weekend Aloe Blacc will appear along with some of music's buzziest acts — OutKast, Haim, Skrillex, Lorde — at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, the idyllic annual gathering near...
  • Michael Keaton's 'Birdman' Set for Oct. 17 U.S. Release

    Fox Searchlight has set Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's "Birdman," starring Michael Keaton, for an awards-season release date of Oct. 17 in the U.S. Keaton stars as a famous actor struggling to mount a Broadway play. Zach Galifianakis, Edward Norton,...
  • Mary E. Parker: Sunday school teacher was a mentor to many

      Mary E. Parker: Sunday school teacher was a mentor to many
    Mary E. Parker's schedule was full in her final days, her calendar lined with appointments as people young and old asked to spend an hour with her to talk, laugh, cry, pray and learn. At age 94, there was no slowing down for the diminutive great-...
  • 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...