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  • Halmi's RHI Entertainment files for Chapter 11

     
    In a move that underscores the dramatically changing of tastes of television viewers and the overleveraged finances of some media companies, the once-vibrant Robert Halmi Inc. production company has filed a prepackaged Chapter 11 reorganization in New...
  • Critics’ groups go for ‘Black Swan,’ ‘Social Network,’ ‘True Grit’

     
    The LA Film Critics named “The Social Network” best picture, but also showed love to “Carlos” and “Mother” “Animal Kingdom” and “A Prophet.” The New York Film Critics also honored “The...
  • New schedule at the ready, KOCE-TV gets rechristened as PBS SoCal

     
    KOCE-TV is about to get a name change. The Orange County station, set to become the primary Southern California carrier of PBS programming Jan. 1, will be rechristened as PBS SoCal, acknowledging a signal that will be beamed across an......
  • Movie Review: True Grit

     
    Jeff Bridges dons John Wayne's sizable boots in “True Grit,” a grittier Coen Brothers version of the tale that won the Duke his Oscar forty years ago. And if the fit isn't as snug and the performance not as warm and exultant as Wayne's, the...
  • 2010–The Ten Best Movies Nobody (or almost nobody) Saw

     
    In that corner of the calendar Hollywood calls “awards season,” 2010 is shaping up as a year where they reward the already rewarded. Box office hits such as “The Social Network” and “Inception” are getting more attenti...
  • Film review: 'True Grit'

     
    For the first two-thirds of their careers, the producing/directing/writing team of Ethan and Joel Coen stuck to original screenplays. (More or less: “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” claims to be based on “The Odyssey,” but isn't. â...
  • Beyond 'Black Swan': Underrated dance movies that deserve a second chance

     
    Dance movies are officially cool again thanks to "Black Swan," the nightmarish thriller starring Natalie Portman that is set in the world of New York's classical ballet. The Darren Aronofsky film has been racking up award nominations while proving to........
  • Monday's Talk Shows

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan. 2 - 8 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Jan. 2 in PDF format (alternate link) Weekly TV Listings can also be found at: www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv This......
  • Robert Duvall gets a hand from Hollywood -- footprints too

     
    Robert Duvall put his hands and feet in cement outside Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood Wednesday. Robert Duvall was honored for 50 years of excellence in Hollywood....
  • Andrew Garfield, Mila Kunis hit W's A-list Golden Globes party after Critics' Choice Awards

     
    Mila Kunis showed and Andrew Garfield of "The Social Network" brought Shannon Woodward to the W Magazine Golden Globe Awards party celebrating the mag's Rooney Mara cover. Mila Kunis and Andrew Garfield had been at the Critics Choice Awards, where "The...
  • Biggest Oscar snub? Julianne? Mila? Or Nolan?

     
    Fandango's online poll peeps have been voting and wailing, loud and long, that Christopher Nolan's “best director” snub was the worst of this year's Oscar nominations. “Inception” was a director's picture and a very smart one, in a...