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Writer James Ellroy has spent decades capturing a gritty, noirish Los Angeles in sprawling crime novels like The Black Dahlia and L.A. Confidential . Ellroy could be a character in one of his own books.
7 hrs ago | Collider
There's something conducive about musicians becoming actors. Perhaps it's attributable to the performance-based nature of their work - going out on a stage, entertaining millions of folks, putting on a showa The number of musicians who have transitioned to acting and done so successfully is a surprisingly large pool.
11 hrs ago | Examiner.com
" House of Wax " is one of the most notable horror movies to come out of the 1950s, for technical reasons and because it's simply a great film. It's actually a remake of the 1933 movie "Mystery of the Wax Museum"; while that film is also great, this one has more distinct horror elements in it.
With Woody Allen's latest movie out, Richard James Havis looks at the director's life and career in recent years Woody Allen has been spending a lot of his time behind the camera writing and directing, and has not appeared in any of his recent films. But the characters he brings to the screen still display those instantly recognisable Allen attributes.
Actress Dana Davis arrives at the World Premiere of Screen Gems' 'Prom Night' at the Cinerama Dome on April 9, 2008 in Los Angeles. TNT's "Franklin & Bash" has been a hit since 2011, but it's skipped the radar of some regardless of how entertaining the show is.
As the Golden Age of comic books movies proceeds and expands, more and more superheroes are being granted their own features. Boundaries are being pushed further, and the public have begun to welcome stranger protagonists and antagonists as their entertainment; And in some cases, opening up to them for modicum enlightenment.
Never mind the world outside David Lynch's studio window: the sun beaming on the Hollywood Hills, the sprinklered lawns ringed by dry chaparral, the open-top tourist vans prowling for homes of stars. Stationed at his long desk, chain-smoking American Spirits, tossing the butts on the concrete floor, the celebrated filmmaker and artist is time-traveling to 1960s Philadelphia, recalling his 5A1 2 years in a city that seeped into his soul.
Indio was busted in West Hollywood in June ... after cops observed him smoking something out of a pipe while riding in the passenger seat of a car. Cops say they found cocaine.
Whenever Helen Mirren's in need of a little pick-me-up, she searches out a slice or two of eggy bread. "My mother used to make it.
Production is well underway for Mission: Impossible 5 , and thanks to Twitter, we now have our first image of the cast gathered together for the new film. The image came from director Christopher McQuarrie's Twitter, and shows Jeremy Renner, Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg, and Ving Rhames together on set.
Famed rock photographer Jeremy Saffer will once again be bringing his patented brand of metal madness to Rock & Shock. Jeremy Saffer Presents: The Rocking Dead will feature some of your favorite rock stars in all of their gothic glory meeting fans and signing autographs as part of the 11th annual horror and music convention.
The scourge of homelessness has emerged as a major theme at this year's Toronto film festival, driven by performances from an unlikely trio: an Oscar-winning actress, a well-known male sex symbol and a recently recovered heroin addict. "Time Out of Mind" and "Shelter," which had their world premieres at the 11-day movie showcase, and "Heaven Knows What," which came to Toronto after a debut at the Venice festival, all focus on characters who struggle with homelessness and addiction on the streets of New York.
Katie Holmes is making a lot of headlines with her new movie "The Giver" starring alongside Meryl Streep and her directorial debut in "All We Had." The actress was also recently linked to Paul Patton's estranged husband, Robin Thicke, and reportedly "arranged a date" with the singer.
The late Marty Feldman stars as 'Eye-Gore' in the 1974 black-and- white comedy film classic 'Young Frankenstein.' Director Mel Brooks spent a lot of money on white handkerchiefs while making his 1974 tour de farce, 'Young Frankenstein.'
According to TVLine, Gillian Anderson will return to NBC's cult hit HANNIBAL - this time as a series regular as the titular character's shrink Bedelia du Maurier. HANNIBAL's third season will premiere in 2015.
AND SO IT GOES 1 1/2 stars. Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton team for the first time in a wincingly sappy three-quarter-life rom-com about a Scrooge-like widower and a wifty lounge-singing widow - and the unexpected appearance of a cute-as-a-button grandchild, readymade to melt hearts.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 04:23 pm
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