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  • 'Child 44' a passable thriller set in 1953 USSR

    'Child 44' a passable thriller set in 1953 USSR
    "Child 44" is involving despite itself. At times awkward and self-conscious, this despairing police tale starring Tom Hardy and set in the USSR during the last days of dictator Josef Stalin manages to muster enough punch to hold our interest. As readers...
  • Fox host, author Bill O'Reilly adds executive producer to his titles

     Fox host, author Bill O'Reilly adds executive producer to his titles
    Is Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly going Hollywood? The highest-rated host in cable news is the executive producer of a new FNC docu-series, "Legends & Lies: The Real West," which mixes historians' commentaries with scripted reenactments depicting...
  • Ryan Gosling in talks to join 'Blade Runner' sequel with Harrison Ford

    Ryan Gosling in talks to join 'Blade Runner' sequel with Harrison Ford
    Ryan Gosling should probably start brushing up on his cityspeak. The "Drive" and "Crazy Stupid Love" star is in negotiations to join Alcon Entertainment's sequel to "Blade Runner," the film finance and production company announced Thursday. Gosling...
  • With Indiana in mind, the divide between art and religion

    With Indiana in mind, the divide between art and religion
    On the face of it, the now-notorious Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act would appear to be something a liberal secularist — or, at least, a liberal secularist with libertarian tendencies — could embrace. The idea of government being...
  • 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...
  • Television puts more faith in religious-themed projects

    Television puts more faith in religious-themed projects
    This spring, a complicated new protagonist is coming to television. A mysterious but charismatic figure from modest origins, he inspires fierce loyalty in his scrappy band of followers but is dismissed as a dangerous impostor. No, he's not the latest...
  • Review: 'Killing Jesus'

    Bill O'Reilly's "Killing" series brings its most inherently commercial title -- "Killing Jesus" -- to National Geographic Channel, and at least with this topic, nobody needs to worry about O'Reilly claiming to have been there. Produced by Ridley Scott's...
  • Harrison Ford to reprise ‘Blade Runner’ role in sequel

     
    More than three decades after Harrison Ford starred as android-hunter Rick Deckard in Ridley Scott's “Blade Runner,” the 72-year-old actor […]...
  • ‘Alien': Neill Blomkamp set for new film in iconic sci-fi franchise

     
    Neill Blomkamp is set to direct a new film in the iconic “Alien” franchise for Fox. The director, well-known for […]...
  • Jessica Chastain joins dark fantasy 'The Huntsman'

    Jessica Chastain joins dark fantasy 'The Huntsman'
    Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain has signed on to the cast of "The Huntsman," bringing a touch of prestige to Universal Pictures' dark fantasy spinoff. Chastain, 37, joins Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron, reprising their roles as the...
  • Weekend preview: Heavy metal, iron and lace

    Weekend preview: Heavy metal, iron and lace
    Thirty years after their white-hot heyday, South Florida heavy-metal heroes Tuff Luck on Saturday will find themselves in front of another packed house filled with rock fans eager for more of their in-your-face swagger. While the gathering at Fort...