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  • Movie Guide for TownMall in Carroll County, Dec. 30, 2012

    now playing "Django Unchained" (R). A slave-turned-bounty hunter sets out to rescue his wife from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner. With Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio. TownMall Cinemas (12:15, 3:45, 7:20, 10:50 p.m.) "The...
  • Dale Olson dies at 78; publicity agent for Rock Hudson, other stars

    Dale Olson dies at 78; publicity agent for Rock Hudson, other stars
    Dale Olson, an elder statesman of the Hollywood publicity corps whose assignments over a four-decade career included representing Rock Hudson during the last months of the actor's struggle with AIDS, died Thursday of complications of liver cancer. He...
  • Free Film Screenings In The Hartford Area

    Free Film Screenings In The Hartford Area
    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof — Elizabeth Taylor and Paul Newman star in this 1958 adaptation of Tennessee Williams' play. Tuesday, Aug. 7, at 7 p.m. at Windsor Public Library, 323 Broad St. Fat City — Stacy Keach and Jeff Bridges star in this 1972...
  • Tony Scott dies at 68; a film career in retrospective

    Tony Scott dies at 68; a film career in retrospective
    Director-producer Tony Scott, who apparently committed suicide Sunday in San Pedro at age 68, left behind a lengthy filmography. One of the first directors to make the transition from commercials to features, he helmed movies including "Top Gun,”...
  • Remarkable Woman: Carol Abraczinskas

     Remarkable Woman: Carol Abraczinskas
    Carol Abraczinskas leads a double life. She's got her steady — and fascinating — day job as a scientific illustrator, sketching dinosaur fossils for the University of Chicago's biology and anatomy department. And then there's that other...
  • On the Town: Meeting an entertainment legend

    On the Town: Meeting an entertainment legend
    As a part of the Burbank Public Library's continuing “Meet the Author” program, the library this past week gave Burbankers the opportunity to spend an evening with legendary nightclub owner and filmmaker Fred Weintraub. Staged by Library...
  • Ulu Grosbard dies at 83; Tony-nominated stage, film director

    Ulu Grosbard, a Tony-nominated stage director who also worked in film, directing such movies as "True Confessions" and "The Deep End of the Ocean," died late Sunday or early Monday in New York City, according to his family. He was 83. During a five-...
  • Film Review: A graphic take on 'Parker'

    Film Review: A graphic take on 'Parker'
    Among hard-boiled fiction fans, Parker (no first name) — the protagonist of more than 20 novels credited to Richard Stark (one of the many pen names used by Donald E. Westlake) — is an iconic figure. In films, he has been portrayed, with...
  • A screen's-eye view of Chicago

    Chicago has been involved in filmmaking since the technology's very beginnings in the early 1900s, when some of the world's first movie studios operated here. From those early days, when neighborhood kids would sneak onto the Selig Polyscope Co. lot at...
  • Sly hires a fellow ‘veteran’ — Walter Hill will direct ‘Headshot’

     
    “Headshot” is an action thriller with comic elements, a “vast conspiracy” tale about hitman about a young cop teaming with a veteran of the force on a case that takes them from NYC to New Orleans. Hitmen are involved. Cop hitmen?...
  • Pacquiao promotional blitz hits Hollywood, record stores

     
    Manny Pacquiao has positioned his sold-out fight against Pomona's Shane Mosley on May 7 at MGM Grand in Las Vegas to touch nearly every American. He visited President Obama at the White House on his first publicity tour earlier this......