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THE Oscar nominees' luncheon -- a long-held tradition at the Beverly Hilton Hotel that usually kicks off the giddy weeks before the televised ceremony -- couldn't quite shake the long shadow cast by the 13-week writers strike, despite news that a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhat do the films "There Will Be Blood," "No Country for Old Men" and "Giant" have in common? Parts of all three films were shot in and around this dusty Western railroad town. Back in the 1930s, cattlemen gathered to cut deals in this hotel lobby on...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBest picture: "No Country for Old Men" Ultimately, it came down to a selection between "No Country for Old Men" and "There Will Be Blood," a choice that in recent weeks seemed to take on an almost Red State-Blue State, science versus evolution, Beatles...
Zap2It.comOn Monday, Feb. 4, AMC's entertainment roundtable show "Shootout" came to the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., to grab time with some Academy Award nominees after their annual luncheon, for the "Shootout Oscar Special," to air at 10:30 p.m....
NEW YORK -- Like a bill being rapidly pushed through legislation, Oliver Stone's film about President George W. Bush is expected to begin shooting within a month with a goal toward being released before the president leaves office next January. A...
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Special to The TimesFor a while there, the spec market was starting to look as undernourished as your average Hollywood starlet. Well, the industry's body of original work seems to be upping the carbs. When Sony picked up Roland Emmerich and Harald Kloser's apocalyptic...
Associated PressOHKAY OWINGEH, N.M. -- Aspiring screenwriters David and Kevin Linke don't have to go to Hollywood to try to break into the business. It came to them. "Here, if you want to get on a movie set, you can," said David, 20, fresh off four days' work as an...
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Los Angeles Times Staff Writer" Slumdog Millionaire," Danny Boyle's stirring fable about a young man who reflects upon his poverty-stricken life while competing to win 20 million rupees on India's version of "Who Wants Be A Millionaire," on Thursday was named best film of 2008 by...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"The Dark Knight" continues to soar this award season. Christopher Nolan, the director of the critical and commercial success, was nominated Thursday for the 61st annual Directors Guild of America award. It's the first time a director of a superhero...
In a ceremony alternatively as solemn and celebratory as the movie that won a leading four prizes -- the rags-to-riches drama "Slumdog Millionaire" -- Sunday night's Golden Globe awards helped focus the Oscar race as it honored the late Heath Ledger for...
Zap2It.comSteve Buscemi, who did a season-long turn on "The Sopranos" a few years back, may be returning to the HBO fold. The "Fargo" and "Reservoir Dogs" star is in talks with the network about starring in its drama pilot "Boardwalk Empire." Emmy winner Kelly...
Sentinel Movie CriticJosh Brolin (No Country for Old Men, American Gangster) directed his daughter Eden Brolin and a couple of character actors in the short X, a gritty little Joshua Tree desert ode to a promise a dad keeps with his daughter. Father and daughter drive and...
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