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Zap2It.comYou'd think it would be easy to be confident about your appeal if you're Orlando Bloom, but on the upcoming season of Ricky Gervais' "Extras," the long-haired heartthrob from the "Lord of the Rings" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" films shows his...
By ReutersThe 31st annual Toronto film festival opened on Thursday amid warnings from critics that happy movies are going to be few and far between, as themes from many of the 350-plus entrants reflect the grim state of the world. Movies about death, dying,...
Some Oscar rivals like "Volver" and "Venus" received such huge acclaim at the Toronto International Film Festival that they got a hefty push in the awards derby, suddenly becoming frontrunners. Others like "All the King's Men" tripped up. Here's the buzz...
Zap2It.comCameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake claim that they're victims of a recent paparazzi-fueled case of road rage. The "Charlie's Angels" star filed a police report alleging that a photographer tried to hit her and her boyfriend with a car early Tuesday in...
Zap2It.comThe actors are the least of the problems with the new version of "All the King's Men," now calcifying at a theater near you. Watching scene after scene linger and expire in this haplessly faithful version of the 1946 Robert Penn Warren novel, it's...
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Times Staff WriterAbout halfway through Todd Field's deeply resonant "Little Children," adulterous suburban lovers Sarah and Brad (Kate Winslet and Patrick Wilson) indulge in something really naughty: They join in a moment of mass moral panic and righteous ostracism at the...
By Tom O'Neil, The EnvelopeFinally, this is an Oscar year when Hollywood can't complain of a "very weak best actress race." Instead, it's a dramatic face-off pitting the usual beauty-pageant contestants against a battery of feisty older gals who seem determined to reclaim the...
Times Staff WriterThe little children in "Little Children" are the adults, starting with Kate Winslet's Sarah, an overeducated suburban mom deadened by marriage to a slug who wears women's underwear on his head. Among the film's first words of dialogue are "Bad mommy!...
Special to The TimesSomething of an animated Reese's peanut butter cup, "Flushed Away" brings together two brands that go surprisingly well together. Combining the computer-created visuals of DreamWorks Animation and the cheeky storytelling of Aardman Features, the film...
There's no membership card, but there is a statue. There's no clubhouse, but there is an annual meeting at the Kodak Theatre. Welcome to the Oscar Club. It's no secret that Oscar voters seem to favor certain performers over others, nominating people...
Zap2It.comCameron Diaz, who stars as a woman who finds new love in the upcoming comedy "The Holiday," says that she needs a new nose. The tomboy actress tells W magazine that she needs surgery to correct her deviated septum. "I'm getting it fixed. I can't take...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEven before Mel Gibson's drunken, anti-Semitic tirade this summer, his upcoming film "Apocalypto" was a tough sell. Graphically violent, subtitled and cast with relatively unknown actors who speak their lines in an obscure dialect, Gibson's tale of a...
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