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  • Louis Zamperini, World War II hero slated to lead Rose Parade, dies at 97

    Louis Zamperini, World War II hero slated to lead Rose Parade, dies at 97
    Louis Zamperini -- the Olympic athlete turned World War II hero who was named grand marshal for the 2015 Rose Parade -- has died. He was 97. PHOTOS: American hero Louis Zamperini chosen as 2015 Rose Parade Grand Marshal Zamperini, whose harrowing...
  • Around Town: Some summer viewing choices

    Just in time for summer, the Supreme Court put the kibosh on Internet retransmission of television signals in American Broadcasting Cos., Inc. vs. Aereo, Inc. Despite Aereo’s absence from the La CaƱada market, it’s time to reconsider live...
  • DVD Review: Nonsense is the point in 'The Chef, the Actor, and the Scoundrel'

    DVD Review: Nonsense is the point in 'The Chef, the Actor, and the Scoundrel'
    One of the most popular genres in Chinese language cinema in the ’80s and ’90s was mo lei tau — nonsense movies. The American equivalent, more or less, would be “Airplane”; Stephen Chow — whose “Shaolin Soccer&...
  • Film Review: Documentary takes a closer look at Koch Brothers

    Film Review: Documentary takes a closer look at Koch Brothers
    Tia Lessin and Carl Deal’s documentary “Citizen Koch” (which opened June 27 at Laemmle’s Playhouse) achieved a certain notoriety when its nominally independent backers at ITVS dropped support for the film. Although other reasons...
  • Warner Bros. signals to Batman fans for 75th anniversary

    Warner Bros. signals to Batman fans for 75th anniversary
    It was back in 1989 that Jack Nicholson, his face frozen into a permanent, monstrous grin as the Joker, marveled at the escape of his arch-nemesis Batman and wondered, “Where does he get all those wonderful toys?” With the release of that...
  • Zagtoon animation studio announces move to Glendale

    Zagtoon animation studio announces move to Glendale
    An animation studio has drawn up plans to move into a 40,000-square-foot office building in Glendale, where its officials expect to be churning out several TV series and feature-length films. The Paris-based Zagtoon announced it will be expanding to a...
  • Film Review: Sometimes enough is too much

    Film Review: Sometimes enough is too much
    “The Amazing Catfish” is only one of the many small films opening in and around this summer studio tentpoles, but it’s getting tougher to see any of them in a theater. We all know that, in the real world, art is inextricably bound up...
  • Martin Short: No shortage of comedy cred

    Martin Short: No shortage of comedy cred
    Martin Short is a Tony and Emmy Award-winning actor with dozens of films behind him and a small crowd of bizarre characters that follow him everywhere. The "completely mental" Ed Grimley — with slippery cowlick and pants pulled up to his chest...
  • DreamWorks Animation launches family-oriented YouTube channel

    DreamWorks Animation — the studio behind the "Shrek," "Kung Fu Panda" and "Madagascar" movie franchises — has launched a family-oriented YouTube channel in the latest move by Hollywood to target the Internet generation. The Glendale...
  • DreamWorks Animation announces new, family-oriented YouTube channel

    DreamWorks Animation announces new, family-oriented YouTube channel
    DreamWorks Animation — the studio behind the "Shrek," "Kung Fu Panda" and "Madagascar" movie franchises — has launched a family-oriented YouTube channel in the latest move by Hollywood to target the Internet generation. The Glendale...
  • 'Stoneface' follows the rise, fall and redemption of one of film's greatest stars

    'Stoneface' follows the rise, fall and redemption of one of film's greatest stars
    Buster Keaton rose to the highest heights of film stardom in the 1920s, but the actor known for his extraordinary acrobatic physicality and deadpan visage began a precipitous slide to obscurity after the advent of "talkies" and the box office and critical...
  • DVD Review: Hilarious character doesn't get the DVD treatment he deserves

    DVD Review: Hilarious character doesn't get the DVD treatment he deserves
    Steve Coogan may have gotten his two Oscar nominations — for writing and producing his atypical “Philomena” — but his greater fame in the U.K. is for his radio and TV work, most particularly the character Alan Partridge. I'd say...