Tag Archives: the Los Angeles Times

Jim Carrey’s “I Love You Phillip Morris” to hit theaters in December

By Greg Hernandez HollywoodNews.com: A new release date has finally been set for I Love You Phillip Morris which premiered to raves at the Sundance Film Festival in 2009 but has been stuck in a distribution nightmare all year. Deadline Hollywood reports that the film will hit theaters on Dec. 3. The[...]

Hollywood Movie Roundup: Five films go to war with ‘Expendables’

HollywoodNews.com: As the summer movie season begins to fade, a blitzkrieg of films are being dumped at theaters, but box office gurus believe that “The Expendables” will hold at No. 1 with $15 -$17 million. Through Thursday, the Sylvester Stallone actioner has collected a nice bounty of $48.4[...]

Adam Sandler: 15 years after ‘SNL’, he’s still top dog at the B.O.

HollywoodNews.com: There’s usually a life expectancy for a “Saturday Night Live” alum at the box office, however, Adam Sandler is showing signs of beating that. With his summer sleeper “Grown Ups,” about to chalk up $160 million, the comedian is seeing his best run at the B.O. in more[...]

Neil Patrick Harris receives a third Emmy nomination

By Greg Hernandez HollywoodNews.com: Neil Patrick Harris, already nominated for 2010 Emmys for outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series (How I Met Your Mother) and outstanding guest actor in a comedy series (Glee) has belatedly received a third Emmy nomination for hosting last year’s Tony Awards. Awards expert Tom O’Neil who[...]

Lindsay Lohan, Alexis Neiers in jail together

HollywoodNews.com: Lindsay Lohan is off to Lynwood jail where she will find a very familiar face waiting, the teenage girl who allegedly robbed her home. The Los Angeles Times reports that Lohan is reporting to the same jail where Neiers is currently completing a 180-day sentence for a number of home[...]

Ed Limato’s death still absent from paper

By Roger Friedman HollywoodNews.com: Wow–the most obscure people get feature obits in the New York Times. But not a famous talent agent. Ed Limato died last Saturday, July 3rd, at age 73. He represented some of the biggest names in Hollywood –Denzel, Mel, Kevin Costner. He was one of the few Hollywood[...]

Moviegoers Turn Their Backs on “The Last Airbender”

HollywoodNews.com: In the wake of opening night protests, M. Night Shyamalan’s much-afflicted fantasy film, The Last Airbender seems to be hitting yet another obstacle: fans and critics seem to hate it! Initially coming under fire for casting too many non-Asian actors in a film reported to be set in an[...]

Film Independent Announces Jury Award Winners of 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival

hollywoodnews.com: Today Film Independent, the non-profit arts organization that produces the Spirit Awards and the Los Angeles Film Festival, announced its 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival award winners at a brunch at CHAYA Downtown. Audience award winners will be announced tomorrow afternoon at the Closing Night film, Despicable Me.[...]

Twilight “Breaking Dawn” birth scene speculation takes on a life of its own

By Kim Palacios HollywoodNews.com: I was immediately skeptical of “Breaking Dawn” director Bill Condon’s comment to NBC Los Angeles last month, in which he said he was “excited” to film the Renesmee birth scene. Though the article didn’t get much attention at the time, recent comments made by Robert Pattinson[...]

‘The Wheeler Boys’ to stream on Netflix as it premieres

HollywoodNews.com: Netflix, Inc. and Film Independent (FIND) celebrate the premiere of “The Wheeler Boys,” a film written and directed by first-time filmmaker Philip G. Flores, winner of the “Netflix FIND Your Voice” filmmaking competition. “The Wheeler Boys” will debut on Friday, June 25, when the general public can watch[...]