Stage and screen actor Roberts Scott Blossom died of natural causes in Santa Monica on Friday, July 8. He was 87.
Vocal coach Arthur Lessac died in Los Angeles on April 7 of congestive heart failure. He was 101.
One could argue that actresses have already transcended gender in Hollywood. After all, several female thesps from Angelina Jolie ("Salt") to Helen Mirren (the upcoming "Arthur" redo) have nabbed…
"Yours, Mine & Ours" ultimately emerges as generally pleasant family-friendly fare. Remake of 1968 Henry Fonda-Lucille Ball starrer has a limited window of opportunity to strike B.O. gold before the…
"Doubt," the thought-provoking one-acter by John Patrick Shanley, was rapturously received in 2004 at Manhattan Theater Club; its Broadway transfer opens March 31. This makes the Pasadena Playhouse's…
Will sticklers complain about the liberties Disney has taken with the facts that are known about the Powhatan girl who saved the life of Captain John Smith? Undoubtedly. She was 11 or 12 when the…
Young TV star Richard Grieco barely survives silly first film vehicle If Looks Could Kill, which spoofs the James Bond formula in tiresome fashion. One-joke script, based on Fred Dekker's story, runs…
Peter Weir's The Year of Living Dangerously, is a $6 million adaptation of Christopher Koch's novel, set in Indonesia in 1965 in the turbulent months leading to the fall of the Sukarno government.
It is more than faint praise to say that Popeye is far, far better than it might have been, considering the treacherous challenge it presented. But avoiding disaster is not necessarily the same as…