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Zap2It.comWinners of the 59th Annual Primetime Emmys are listed in bold along with their fellow nominees. Drama Series - 'Boston Legal' - 'Grey's Anatomy' - 'Heroes' - 'House' - 'The Sopranos' Comedy Series - 'Entourage' - 'The Office' - '30 Rock' -...
Zap2It.comFormer "Roseanne" star Sara Gilbert will join "The Class" at CBS later this fall, while HBO has landed Rebecca De Mornay and Anna Paquin for two of its upcoming projects. Gilbert, who starred in The WB's sitcom "Twins" last season, will take a...
Times Staff WriterRodrigo García's "Nine Lives" is that rare episode film that actually accrues a cumulative power and doesn't merely proceed from one segment to the next. By the time it's over it has become a testament to the inner resilience of women in coping with a...
Tags: Robin Wright, Entertainment, Kathy Baker, Death, Glenn Close
Zap2It.comSome actors complain about being typecast. Garret Dillahunt is not one of them, and a perusal of his recent roles will explain why. In 2004, he played squint-eyed gambler Jack McCall, assassin of Wild Bill Hickock (Keith Carradine) on the first season on...
Times Staff WriterAt first glance, the term "Los Angeles Film Festival" seems almost redundant. Why on earth would L.A. — home of the Oscars and the Golden Globes, not to mention every American studio, film institute and film industry union, where premieres and...
Zap2ItThe successful NBC spinoff series hit a big milestone during this season – namely, its 200th episode – and it had an appropriately special guest star for it. Robin Williams earned an Emmy nomination for a now-rare television appearance as a man prompted...
Tribune movie reporterFor nine weeks and counting, the HBO series "Project Greenlight" has been exposing the filmmaking process in a way akin to demonstrating how sausage is made: You're seeing every distasteful ingredient that goes into the final product. The show has been...
Tags: Celebrities, Miramax Films, Crimes, Death, Documentary (genre)
TIMES STAFF WRITERHow feeble a movie is "Stolen Summer"? So feeble they've just about buried the title on the film's own poster. By far the biggest letters go to "the Project Greenlight movie" and the tagline "You saw the back-stabbing. Now see the final cut." Don't even...
FOR THE TIMESFriday September 26, 1997 It requires a certain audacity to take a global tragedy in which the smoke has barely cleared--a genocidal war in Bosnia, let's just say--and turn it into a generic thriller. And it's particularly grating when what is...
FOR THE TIMESFriday October 16, 1998 The trailer and advanced hype on Griffin Dunne's "Practical Magic," the story of two witch sisters' attempts to cover up an accidental killing, suggest something on the order of a big-screen version of "Bewitched." But...
FOR THE TIMESFriday January 15, 1999 The key to the demented mind of a serial killer, and to his connection with a neighborhood clairvoyant, is to be found in a child's bedroom in a town at the bottom of a lake formed by a flood 30 years ago. The water, it...
Tags: Neil Jordan, Death, Paul Guilfoyle, Children, Social Issues
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday May 7, 1999 Paul Quinn's "This Is My Father" is a beautiful, heart-wrenching film in which a Chicago high school history teacher (James Caan), in the grip of middle-age malaise, unexpectedly finds himself heading to Ireland in search of his...
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