CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 27, 1991
The mother, uncle and aunt of "Terminator 2" teen actor Edward Furlong came to a tentative agreement Thursday on who should have custody of the youth. But details of the agreement were kept secret. Furlong, 14, has been living with his uncle and aunt, Sean Furlong and Nancy Tafoya, in their Highland Park home since mid-1990, after he left his mother's Pasadena home over a disagreement.
March 27, 2014 |
In the ill-conceived and poorly executed "Awakened," a young woman returns to her hometown to solve the mystery of her mother's death. Audiences will likely ponder a bigger mystery: why experienced actors - or for that matter, experienced moviegoers - signed on to the project. If the ostensible thriller contained a single believable moment, let alone an ounce of suspense, its nonsensical final twist might be grounds for concern. But by the time the Man in Fedora Hat (as he's called in the credits)
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 2013 |
Actor Edward Furlong assaulted his girlfriend and threatened to hurt her if she called police, according to Los Angeles County prosecutors. Furlong, 35, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to felony counts of violating a domestic restraining order, dissuading a witness and vandalism in connection with a May 21 incident at his girlfriend's West Hollywood home. The “Terminator 2” and “American History X” actor had two pending misdemeanor battery cases against him related to incidents on Nov. 21 and Jan. 13 , also including his girlfriend.
April 5, 1998 |
Piper Laurie (pictured) lights up the screen as the shy and gentle Dolly Talbo in Charles Matthau's loving 1995 film, from the Truman Capote novella. Dolly and her younger sister Verena (Sissy Spacek) are spinsters living in a small Southern town in 1935 when they take in their recently orphaned 11-year-old cousin Colin (Grayson Fricke, later played by Edward Furlong). No two sisters could be more different. With Walter Matthau (pictured), Jack Lemmon and Roddy McDowall (HBO Thursday at 11 a.m.
July 12, 2003
Re "All the News That's Fit to Print and Won't Upset the Faculty," Commentary, July 7: It sickens me that Naldy Estrada and Julio Robles would write "we had many sleepless nights" in reference to their article being killed. The only sleepless one was Jacqueline Domac, who had to endure the Venice High School paparazzi for a month. These "reporters" chased her around campus, busting into her class to "get an exclusive" against her wishes and snapping photos of her back as she walked away.