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Updated: February 12, 2016 12:28:15 PM PST
It's Valentine's Day. While some people have romantic dinner reservations or a thoughtfully planned-out date night all set up, there are those who prefer to keep the celebrating close to home. Or they just forgot to plan something. It happens.   Read More...
 
For the record, Mick Jagger admits he doesn't play vinyl anymore.   Read More...
 
"Deadpool" hates its audience, and that's not necessarily a bad thing.   Read More...
 
Had life turned out differently for Alicia Vikander, she might be arguing cases in front of a jury instead of being up for an Oscar.   Read More...
 
Kung Fu Panda 3" remained atop the box office over Super Bowl weekend, while the Coen brothers' "Hail, Caesar!" and the Jane Austen-monster mashup "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" followed distantly behind.   Read More...
 
Carl Weathers will present Sylvester Stallone with the prestigious Montecito Award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival,   Read More...
 
The Coen Brothers have made films that range from "Fargo" and "The Big Lebowski" to "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" and "No Country for Old Men" and beyond. So what's the thing that makes each of these a Coen Brothers film?   Read More...
 
After winning two Screen Actors Guild awards Saturday night, Idris Elba took the stage to present the film Beasts of No Nation.   Read More...
 
Sure, it's an honor to be nominated, but to win? Well, that's pretty great. Here's what the stars had to say backstage after picking up those giant Actor statues.   Read More...
 
There's a new film festival in town (well, in the OC, that is) and its motto could be "Short and Sweet."   Read More...
 
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So what do Emmy nominees do in the jam-packed week leading into the big awards show? They hop in the car and hit all the luxury gifting lounges all around Hollywood, that's what!

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Audacious long takes seem to be all the rave at Los Angeles Film Festival. “Too Late,” the jaw-dropping L.   Read More...
 
“Jimmy’s Hall” plays a bit like director Ken Loach’s Greatest Hits. The venerable British social realist takes some traumatic Irish history from his award-winning “The Wind That Shakes the Barley,” a (mercifully quick) dash of the Marxist intellectualizing   Read More...
 
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PHOTOS: Vince Vaughn adds prints at the TCL Chinese Theatre   Read More...
 
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"Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)," my favorite movie of 2014, is the front-runner to win Best Picture at the 87th Annual Academy Awards. My top film hasn't won that Oscar since "Unforgiven" 22 years ago.   Read More...
 
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NEW YORK - Eli Wallach, the raspy-voiced character actor who starred in dozens of movies and Broadway plays over a remarkable and enduring career and earned film immortality as a conniving, quick-on-the-draw bandit in the classic Western "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," has died. He was 98.   Read More...
 
Summer is the time to bust out of the cineplex for a special screening at a uniquely L.A. venue. Catch a Western on an Old West movie set, see a summer classic atop a downtown parking structure, or a Hollywood classic in a cemetary for movie stars. Or, beat the heat by seeing family film "Frozen" at one of the more than 20 community parks.   Read More...
 
BERLIN (AP) - Swiss artist H.R. Giger, who designed the creature in Ridley Scott's sci-fi horror classic "Alien," has died at age 74 from injuries suffered in a fall, his museum said Tuesday. Sandra Mivelaz, administrator of the H.R. Giger museum in Gruyeres, western Switzerland, told The Associated Press that Giger died in a hospital on Monday.   Read More...
 
Johnny Depp showed off a diamond engagement ring that he called a "chick's ring" on Monday indirectly confirming rumors of his engagement to actress Amber Heard.   Read More...
 
Footage of the sci-fi drama "Transcendence" previewed at CinemaCon in Las Vegas shows an eerily convincing Johnny Depp as a terminally ill scientist turned unruly machine in the Wally Pfister film that asks: What if we could upload a human mind into a computer?   Read More...
 
 
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