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Call-In Commentary: Watch the “Dark Horse” trailer with writer-director Todd Solondz

Article: Call-In Commentary: Watch the “Dark Horse” trailer with writer-director Todd Solondz

With films like “Welcome to the Dollhouse” and “Happiness,” writer/director Todd Solondz has developed a reputation for deeply-impactful stories with more than a touch of the macabre. His latest, “Dark Horse,” may not be as dark as some of his previous offerings, but it’s certainly no fairy tale. “Dark Horse” follows Abe (Jordan Gelber), a…

Police to Re-Open Natalie Wood’s Death

Article: Police to Re-Open Natalie Wood’s Death

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department announced that it is re-opening the investigation into the 1981 death of actress Natalie Wood. While the coroner originally ruled the death an accident, new evidence has come to light that has them thinking otherwise — and taking a good hard look at the actress’ husband, actor Robert Wagner.…

Christopher Walken To Play Host on Radio Show

Article: Christopher Walken To Play Host on Radio Show

Whenever I interview someone over the phone, I inevitably hear Leonard Lopate’s voice in my head and find myself posing questions the way he does — the way he states something the interviewee has done, or is known for, or admitted to, and drops a question mark at the end in a way that’s inviting,…

Casting the supporting bloggers on HBO’s “Tilda.”

Article: Casting the supporting bloggers on HBO’s “Tilda.”

Entertainment Weekly reported yesterday that Diane Keaton is close to signing on to play the title role in the upcoming HBO series “Tilda,” a show described by EW as “a half-hour comedy series about a powerful and much-feared Hollywood blogger that is not based on powerful and much-feared Hollywood blogger Nikki Finke.” The show will…

Christopher Walken, unhinged and looking for his hand.

Article: Christopher Walken, unhinged and looking for his hand.

Several characters in Martin McDonagh’s “A Behanding in Spokane” spend a good portion of the play handcuffed to the walls, cowering in fear at the feet of Carmichael, a terrifyingly deranged man desperately in search of the hand he lost 47 years earlier. This image also works as a handy metaphor of what it must…

Zoe Kazan’s Exploding Career

Article: Zoe Kazan’s Exploding Career

“Revolutionary Road” actress Zoe Kazan understands why people still bring up her being the granddaughter of filmmaker Elia Kazan, but the Brooklyn-based beauty should be taken on her own terms, having quietly banked an impressive résumé of stage and screen credits (including “Me and Orson Welles,” “Fracture” and “It’s Complicated”). Currently, she co-stars on Broadway…

Rap Biopic – Goes Global (ft. Bushido).

Article: Rap Biopic – Goes Global (ft. Bushido).

Here in the states, “Avatar” was finally stricken from the top of the charts by “Dear John,” equally gooey but less dragon-tastic. But in Germany, Cameron’s film was done in by “Times Are Changing,” a biopic of rapper Bushido. Bushido, in case you’ve not been keeping up on your German hip-hop, is a relatively controversial…

The “Marc Pease” predicament.

Article: The “Marc Pease” predicament.

As someone who spends plenty of time trolling the coming soon calendar for our seasonal previews, I’ll see many films that look intriguing, but are pulled at the last minute by their distributor. Or worse — they end up like “The Marc Pease Experience,” a Ben Stiller-Jason Schwartzman comedy that has seen release dates come…

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