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Frank Langella

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  • Gold Derby nuggets: 'Modern Family' writers speak up | More 'Mad Men' | 'Black Swan' debuts at Venice

     
    • Rick Porter chatted with some of the "Modern Family" scribes about the Emmy hopes of the freshman hit as well as the snub of a TV vet: "'Sadly, the unsung hero is Ed O'Neill,' writer/co-exec producer Dan O'Shannon says. 'He's just so great. I think...
  • Thursday's TV Talk Shows

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 9 - 15 in PDF format This week's TV Movies The Early Show Cate Blanchett. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Michael Douglas; Shia LaBeouf; Carey Mulligan; Josh Brolin; Frank......
  • TV networks plan 9/11 anniversary specials

    TV networks plan 9/11 anniversary specials
    Several TV networks will commemorate the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, with news specials, live coverage from Ground Zero, films and special episodes of scripted series. Many of those specials begin this week, and I've tried...
  • 'Unknown'

    'Unknown'
    Liam Neeson reinvented himself as an action star in "Taken," and this melodrama keeps him in that mode. He plays an attendee at a European conference whose trip is interrupted by his involvement in a car accident, putting him into a coma. When he comes...
  • People he's known

    People he's known
    In his new book “Dropped Names,” the distinguished American actor Frank Langella offers a series of sketches of his decades of impressions of other celebrities, ranging from Marilyn Monroe to the Queen Mother and Yul Brynner toJohn F. Kennedy....
  • 'Frost/Nixon' shines a light on the Bush presidency

    'Frost/Nixon' shines a light on the Bush presidency
    When Richard Nixon, a politician who hated and feared the media, decided to spurn the networks and the newsmen and give his first comprehensive, post-resignation interviews to a lightweight talk-show host, the country got something unexpected from the...
  • Filmmakers dogged pursuits earn Oscar's attention

    Filmmakers dogged pursuits earn Oscar's attention
    They are now the leading contenders for the top Academy Award -- and although "Slumdog Millionaire" and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" could hardly be more different in plot, style, spirit and budget, they epitomize the increasingly perilous path...
  • Ron Howard on 'Frost/Nixon'

    Ron Howard on 'Frost/Nixon'
    It feels as much like a celebration as a wake: There's a scene toward the end of "Frost/Nixon," as Richard Nixon's landmark interviews with talk show host David Frost draw to a close, when the disgraced president sits down at the piano. As performed by...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Oscars countdown | James Cameron OK with 'Avatar' Oscars spoof | Oscar gold equals box office green

     
    • Sandy Cohen reports, "Oscar producers Adam Shankman and Bill Mechanic are bridging stage and screen with an advanced, automated set at the Kodak Theatre and a super high-tech program planned for TV viewers. After days of technical tests on their stage...
  • Poll: Who should be forced to return their Oscar?

     
    Before academy members commit new Oscar felonies, let's examine some past crimes. To keep things simple, we'll only look as far back on their rap sheet as 1990. Obviously, Nicole Kidman has no right to hold onto an Oscar for wearing a plastic nose in...
  • 'Masters of the Universe' gets arty on Melrose

     
    In the long and often cheesy history of the American superhero there have been some truly silly names -- who could ever forget Matter-Eater Lad or Brain Boy? And what about Man-Thing, that shambling muck monster from Marvel Comics who......