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January 24, 2010 | By Greg Braxton
Jackie Earle Haley, the former child star now being applauded for his gallery of memorably dark characters, is finally getting a chance to lighten up. Haley costars in Fox's "Human Target" as Guerrero, a mysterious hired hand always one step ahead of everyone around him, especially the bad guys. It's a return to more humorous parts for Haley, 48, who in the 1970s starred in hits such as "The Bad News Bears" and "Breaking Away" before a lack of more mature roles prompted him to drop out of Hollywood.
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April 30, 2010 | By Robert Abele, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Horror movie franchises — as it's been said about Marines — don't die, apparently. They just go to hell and regroup. Now comes the return of "A Nightmare on Elm Street," thanks in part to producer Michael Bay, who, when he's not frightening movie snobs as a director, has made something of a profitable side job resurrecting scare brands — "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," "The Amityville Horror," "Friday the 13th" — from the...
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January 11, 2009 | Geoff Boucher
The fiery prison riot scene was over and, mopping the sweat from his brow, actor Jackie Earle Haley was heading back to his trailer in seach of some lunch. It was a crisp fall day in 2007 on the set of "Watchmen," the most challenging comic-book movie project ever filmed, and Haley was trying to soak in every heroic moment.
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January 24, 2010 | By Greg Braxton
Jackie Earle Haley, the former child star now being applauded for his gallery of memorably dark characters, is finally getting a chance to lighten up. Haley costars in Fox's "Human Target" as Guerrero, a mysterious hired hand always one step ahead of everyone around him, especially the bad guys. It's a return to more humorous parts for Haley, 48, who in the 1970s starred in hits such as "The Bad News Bears" and "Breaking Away" before a lack of more mature roles prompted him to drop out of Hollywood.
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January 31, 2007 | Lisa Rosen, Special to The Times
JACKIE EARLE HALEY had been away from Hollywood nearly as long as he was in it. The actor, who got his start doing TV commercials at age 6, is best known as the motorcycle-riding tough kid in "The Bad News Bears" and the frustrated blue-collar townie Moocher in "Breaking Away." But the good roles soon dried up, so Haley took a break -- for about 13 years. How times have changed. Now, the 45-year-old is celebrating his supporting actor nomination for his role as Ronnie J.
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October 8, 2006 | Sorina Diaconescu, Special to The Times
A boogeyman lurks at the edges of somnolent suburbia in Todd Field's "Little Children." More shadow than man and seldom glimpsed outdoors in the daylight, Ronnie J. McGorvey is the breathing incarnation of parents' nightmares.
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April 30, 2010 | By Robert Abele, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Horror movie franchises — as it's been said about Marines — don't die, apparently. They just go to hell and regroup. Now comes the return of "A Nightmare on Elm Street," thanks in part to producer Michael Bay, who, when he's not frightening movie snobs as a director, has made something of a profitable side job resurrecting scare brands — "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," "The Amityville Horror," "Friday the 13th" — from the...
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May 27, 1990 | Pat H. Broeske \f7
Fangoria magazine has been sinking its teeth into horror films for 11 years--with reviews, interviews and behind-the-scenes coverage. So "it seems only natural," says publisher Norman Jacobs, for the magazine to try some moviemaking of its own: * "Mindwarp," the first title in Fangoria Films' three-pic deal with RCA/Columbia ictures Home Video, is in post-production, due at Halloween.
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June 19, 2007 | Robert W. Welkos, Times Staff Writer
Jennifer Hudson, the former "American Idol" contestant who won the Academy Award for best supporting actress in the musical "Dreamgirls," has joined her costar and Oscar-nominee Eddie Murphy among the list of actors invited to become Oscar voters, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Monday. Also selected were Jennifer Aniston, new James Bond Daniel Craig and Steve Carell, star of "The 40 Year-Old Virgin."
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April 29, 2010
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January 11, 2009 | Geoff Boucher
The fiery prison riot scene was over and, mopping the sweat from his brow, actor Jackie Earle Haley was heading back to his trailer in seach of some lunch. It was a crisp fall day in 2007 on the set of "Watchmen," the most challenging comic-book movie project ever filmed, and Haley was trying to soak in every heroic moment.
NEWS
January 31, 2007 | Lisa Rosen, Special to The Times
JACKIE EARLE HALEY had been away from Hollywood nearly as long as he was in it. The actor, who got his start doing TV commercials at age 6, is best known as the motorcycle-riding tough kid in "The Bad News Bears" and the frustrated blue-collar townie Moocher in "Breaking Away." But the good roles soon dried up, so Haley took a break -- for about 13 years. How times have changed. Now, the 45-year-old is celebrating his supporting actor nomination for his role as Ronnie J.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 8, 2006 | Sorina Diaconescu, Special to The Times
A boogeyman lurks at the edges of somnolent suburbia in Todd Field's "Little Children." More shadow than man and seldom glimpsed outdoors in the daylight, Ronnie J. McGorvey is the breathing incarnation of parents' nightmares.
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December 15, 2006
And then there were the others ... Several films, shows and performers who were considered sure things this award season -- and some that had even gained attention elsewhere -- failed to score a Golden Globe nomination Thursday: MOVIES Best picture "Blood Diamond": nominated by the Broadcast Film Critics Assn., selected by the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. "United 93": winner, New York Film Critics Circle award.
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