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News Archives for 2013

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Justin Timberlake Finds Harmony in ‘Llewyn Davis'

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NEW YORK - Justin Timberlake, so often shuttling between movies and music, for once didn't have to choose. In the Coen brothers' "Inside Llewyn Davis" Timberlake plays a supporting role as a cheery, sweater-wearing 1960s folk musician. But he also collaborated with producer T Bone Burnett on the movie's memorable period songs and helped shape the film's most unforgettable and comic tune, "Please Mr. Kennedy." "It's the first time that I've gotten to kind of do a lot of things that I love to do at the same time," Timberlake said in a recent interview by phone from the road, where he's on tour. "It will always be a milestone for me to get ... more

Movie Review: ‘Her’

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LOS ANGELES - How essential are physical and emotional connections when falling in love? What would you miss - looking into someone's eyes, caressing them, tasting them? In "Her," Spike Jonze's futuristic exploration of a man's relationship with his computer, the filmmaker surveys human disjunction. Joaquin Phoenix is Theodore, a loner struggling to cope with his unwanted divorce from neuroscientist Catherine (a comely, sullen Rooney Mara). Theodore has become guarded, but his work requires an outpouring of emotions as he pens tender, personal letters for others at beautifulhandwrittenletters.com. After seeing an ad for an artificial int... more

Lily Shelves Semi-Retirement to be a ‘Hobbit' Elf

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LOS ANGELES -- Becoming part of Peter Jackson's film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit" put a lot of demands on Evangeline Lilly. She came out of a self-imposed retirement to do the two years filming for the second part of the series, "The Desolation of Smaug," and the series finale, "There and Back Again." She spent weeks on weapons, fighting and dialogue training and hours in a makeup chair daily to give her the pointed-ears look she needed to play the warrior elf Tauriel. None of that was as important as the one demand Lilly made before signing on to the movie. "I agreed to the job under one condition. The condition was I wo... more

Seneca Falls, NY, Claims Link to ‘Wonderful Life'

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SENECA FALLS, N.Y. - Did George Bailey live his wonderful life in upstate New York? Folks in the quaint town of Seneca Falls think so. Or more precisely, they say Bailey's make-believe hometown of Bedford Falls in "It's a Wonderful Life" was heavily inspired by Seneca Falls. Seneca Falls has a nice broad main street like Bedford Falls', and there's a steel truss bridge. The film also is loaded with references to nearby upstate cities. Still, there's no slam-dunk proof that director Frank Capra ever set foot in Seneca Falls. Jeanine Basinger is curator of the Frank Capra Archive at Wesleyan University. She says she hates to be like the m... more

De Niro and Stallone in One for the Aged

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The last time Robert De Niro laced on the gloves for the big screen he delivered a knockout as Jake LaMotta in "Raging Bull." More than 30 years later, he was given a chance to fight again. But he wasn't going to do it without the undisputed champion of boxing movies, Rocky himself. Raging Bull, meet Aging Bull. It's De Niro vs. Sylvester Stallone in a geriatric battle for the aged. "It was just common sense who did it," De Niro said. "It could have gone either way for me if he didn't do it." The question might have been why do it at all. Implausible at best, the tale of two 60-something former light heavyweight champions coming out of... more

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