May 17, 2000 |
Tony Diamond, an aspiring commercial director then seven months shy of a USC School of Cinema-Television degree, was skeptical when four of his classmates, calling themselves FourSight Entertainment, offered to act as his managers. "If I can't make the connections, how can they?" said Diamond, 22. A student with no better options, Diamond signed with FourSight in November. Now, graduate Diamond has a housekeeping deal at No Prisoners, a visual effects and production company.
May 13, 2005 |
For some reason, probably because I missed "Jersey Girl," "Gigli," "Maid in Manhattan," "The Cell," "Angel Eyes" and "Enough," all I could think about while watching Jennifer Lopez prance through "Monster-in-Law" was how cool and poised she was in "Out of Sight," wrapped in caramel leather and releasing more heat than a polar ice cap. But that was a long time ago. In "Monster-in-Law," directed by Robert Luketic ("Legally Blonde," "Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!"
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November 5, 2000 |
"The Lord God took and placed the human in the garden of Eden, to serve it and protect it." -- Genesis 2:15 * When they're not saving souls, more of the religious faithful are trying to save the environment by lobbying for the Endangered Species Act, conducting energy audits and educating others about global climate change. Priests, pastors and rabbis are mixing theology and ecology, urging their congregations into earthly stewardship with passages straight from the Bible.
December 21, 2004 |
District of Columbia leaders announced an agreement Monday night that they said would bring the deal to move the Montreal Expos to Washington back from the brink of collapse. The District of Columbia Council was to move today on the measure, which was agreed to after negotiations involving Mayor Anthony A. Williams, D.C. Council Chair Linda W. Cropp and baseball officials.
January 23, 2004 |
Famous for a few goofy movies and the MTV gotcha show "Punk'd," the packaged celebrity known as Ashton Kutcher affords continued evidence that it doesn't take much to become the next Keanu or at least the new Leif Garrett beyond great hair, a pretty smile and excellent handlers. It helps if you look good on the cover of Cosmo Girl and can raise the temperature of both its demographic and moms old enough to remember Demi Moore.
July 4, 2001 |
So much work went into "Cats & Dogs," and there's so little to show for it. A very resistible movie made from what sounds like an irresistible premise, it proves one more time that it's easier to make animals talk than give them anything interesting to say. Animals do more than converse in "Cats & Dogs." They engage in a nearly human range of activity as well as James Bond-type stunt work.