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Chicago Tribune"Ice Age: The Meltdown" has strange but seemingly good news for fans of director Chris Wedge's slap-happy original "Ice Age" — of which I admit to being one. In that movie, one of the surprise hits of 2002, Wedge and his nifty creative team and...
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From the Times Wire ReportsThe bridge of the starship Enterprise is filling up. Chris Pine, who had been in talks to join the cast of J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek" flick, will play the young James Kirk, while Karl Urban will take on the role of Dr. Leonard McCoy, Paramount says....
Bloomberg News"The Incredible Hulk," the action movie about a man whose temper transforms him into a green beast, was the top film at U.S. and Canadian theaters this weekend with sales of $54.5 million. The movie topped director M. Night Shyamalan's "The Happening," a...
"Nothing Like the Holidays" is a Kinko's copy of "This Christmas," which was an African-American homage to "The Family Stone." There's nothing new under the mistletoe in this warm but generic family-stressing-for-the-holidays dramedy. But solid writing...
Zap2It.comOne hour. That's how long it took me to remember who won last season's lackluster edition of "The Amazing Race." And even when I remembered I had the same apathetic feeling towards the Linz siblings that I did when they crossed the finish line. Didn't...
Times Staff WriterBack in 1968, fledgling Pittsburgh filmmaker George A. Romero unleashed upon an unsuspecting public a low-budget zombie horror picture called "Night of the Living Dead," which remains one of the scariest movies ever made — in 1999 it was even listed...
In M. Night Shyamalan's "The Happening," there's something in the air, or the parks, or something, that causes people to stop whatever they're doing, slide into a trance and commit suicide. That same cryptic something apparently also causes talented...
Zap2It.comDivorce, it seems, has led Jay Mohr to seek additional television work. "Oh, yeah. I'm all about that," laughs the punchy comic. "I need to work. My ex-wife gets all the Diet Pepsi money. That was a surprising day in the lawyer's office. 'No. That's...
Zap2It.comSpike TV has given the go-ahead for its second original series, a bank-heist drama that will star Emmy winner John Leguizamo. "The Kill Pit" will run as an eight-hour limited series next summer, with Leguizamo starring as the leader of a group of Iraq...
Special to The Times"Lies & Alibis" isn't as jaunty as its title and dilutes a serviceable premise for a mild diversion that just lapses into confusion. Directors Matt Checkowski and Kurt Mattila and writers Noah Hawley and Collin Friesen work up more complications than...
Times Staff WriterFirst-time writer-director Renée Chabria's sincerity and commitment to "Sueño" are so complete they override its sentimental streak and some overly familiar plotting. Chabria inspires her cast to reveal the kindness and caring in her characters in a...
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Zap2It.comFormer "Boomtown" star Donnie Wahlberg, lately (and briefly) seen on The CW's "Runaway," will move to cable for his next series job. Wahlberg will star in Spike TV's limited-run show "The Kill Pit," opposite John Leguizamo. The show has also signed...
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