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  • A life of endearment: Shirley MacLaine brings 80 years of memories to Segerstrom Center

    A life of endearment: Shirley MacLaine brings 80 years of memories to Segerstrom Center
    With her career spanning more than 50 feature films in more than 60 years in show business, Shirley MacLaine has dazzled audiences, met prime ministers, presidents and politicians, hung out with the Rat Pack and talked with His Holiness the Dalai Lama....
  • Review: 'My Old Lady' ★★

    Review: 'My Old Lady' ★★
    You can't complain about the cast in "My Old Lady" — Kevin Kline, Maggie Smith and Kristin Scott Thomas going at one another in high style — and the setting of Paris at its most atmospheric is charm itself. The film in question, however,...
  • 'Downton Abbey' star filming indie in Chicago

    'Downton Abbey' star filming indie in Chicago
    "Downton Abbey" star (and Evanston native) Elizabeth McGovern is in town along with "How I Met Your Mother's" Cobie Smulders shooting an independent feature, confirms Betsy Steinberg, who heads up the Illinois Film Office. "Unexpected," from Chicago...
  • London Theater Review: 'The Wolf from the Door' at the Royal Court

    At the village hall, the choirmaster brings news of a slight adjustment to the plan. "I've successfully equipped most of the choir with AK47s but I've had to plump for M16s for the altos because they have a tendency to get a bit flappy." Juxtaposing...
  • 'Walk Among the Tombstones' runs right into torture porn zone

    "A Walk Among the Tombstones" is the creepiest film I've seen in quite some time, and that's not meant as a compliment. This old-school thriller starring Liam Neeson as an unlicensed private investigator trying to right the world's wrongs has a very...
  • No, George Clooney isn't a wedding cheapskate (the in-laws are safe)

    No, George Clooney isn't a wedding cheapskate (the in-laws are safe)
    With George Clooney's wedding to Amal Alamuddin just around the corner, a couple of details and one big debunking have emerged. First the fake-out: A story about Alamuddin's parents "paying for most" of the wedding is not true, Gossip Cop reports...
  • Fall movies: Lehigh Valley actors, artists make their marks

    Fall movies: Lehigh Valley actors, artists make their marks
    Even with Dwayne Johnson and Dane DeHaan sitting out the season, the next four months will offer plenty of opportunities to check out local talent on the big screen. From animated films such as "The Boxtrolls" and "The Penguins of Madagascar" to film...
  • Angela Lansbury in 'Blithe Spirit' coming to L.A. in December

    Angela Lansbury will reprise her 2009 Tony Award-winning role as Madame Arcati in Noel Coward's comedy "Blithe Spirit" in a North American tour that will begin in Los Angeles at the Ahmanson Theatre in December, producers announced Tuesday.  The tour is...
  • Jon Avnet and WIGS Partners Launch Digital Studio Backed by ITV, WPP

    The trio of filmmakers who launched digital studio WIGS -- "Black Swan" exec producer Jon Avnet together with his son Jake Avnet and Rodrigo Garcia -- have formed a new venture: Indigenous Media, backed by British broadcaster ITV and global advertising...
  • 'The Guest' filmmakers Adam Wingard, Simon Barrett going beyond horror

    'The Guest' filmmakers Adam Wingard, Simon Barrett going beyond horror
    A handsome, polite young man arrives at the door of a modest, middle-class family in New Mexico saying he served in the military with their recently deceased son. They invite him in. Wouldn't anyone? In "The Guest," such a seemingly innocuous setup sets...
  • Dan Stevens gives 'The Guest' its psychotic, thrilling charm

    A Venn diagram of "Downton Abbey" watchers and lovers of '80s-era exploitation cinema might not show a big overlap, yet one of the many pleasures of director Adam Wingard's tough, fun thriller "The Guest" is seeing Matthew Crawley — er, British...