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HBO has tapped film exec Julie Goldstein as senior veepee of HBO Films.
No one can accuse Chilean helmer Miguel Littin of lacking ambition or originality. If anything, "The Last Moon" is too packed with incident and intention. Multinational cast is strong, although their…
A rage born of grief fueled Larry Kramer's "The Normal Heart" back in 1985, when it first exploded onto the New York theater landscape, exposing the confluence of factors that allowed the outbreak of…
Wayne and Rene Johnson Sinclair, a girl, Solange Johnson Sinclair, May 6, Pasadena. Paternal grandmother is actress Madge Sinclair.
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