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August 31, 2001 | ELLEN BASKIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Josh Hartnett's magnetic screen presence in the youth-oriented films "The Faculty" and "The Virgin Suicides" in the late '90s earned him teen pinup status. And he won more hearts as a doomed World War II pilot in this year's "Pearl Harbor," with his homespun appeal emerging unscathed from that film's bombardment of bad reviews. But the boyish charm hides a more sinister nature in Hartnett's latest screen performance as Hugo Goulding, the malevolent modern-day Iago in "O."
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January 16, 2014 | By Yvonne Villarreal
It's a tale of monsters and men. “Penny Dreadful,” Showtime's upcoming psychological horror thriller from John Logan (“Skyfall”),  centers on an American (played by Josh Hartnett) who finds himself trapped in the darkest corners of Victorian London amongst some of literature's iconic monsters. It's a world that Logan, who was promoting the show Thursday during Showtime's session at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Pasadena, says he was destined to take part in, having grown up watching “Groovie Goolies” and eating Frankenberry.
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December 12, 2008 | Associated Press
Actor Josh Hartnett has won $30,000 in libel damages from a British newspaper that claimed he engaged in "steamy shenanigans" in a public area of a London hotel. The tabloid Daily Mirror had claimed in a September article that Hartnett and an unknown woman had a steamy encounter in the library of the Soho Hotel that was caught on surveillance video. The actor's lawyer said his client plans to donate the damages money to charity.
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July 30, 2013 | By Yvonne Villarreal
A "Dexter" spinoff? Josh Hartnett as an American abroad? Philip Seymour Hoffman as a sap? Showtime sure is keeping busy. The network made a series of announcements Tuesday during its portion of the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Beverly Hills. Among them, hints of a "Dexter" spinoff. Though Showtime Entertainment President David Nevins would not confirm anything just yet, the network has inked a two-year overall deal with "Dexter" executive producer Scott Buck -- which prompted Nevins to tease, "draw your own conclusions.
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February 26, 2013 | By Jessica Gelt
The Oscars are like the Super Bowl meets New Year's Eve for Hollywood. And as such there was no end to the parade of parties that swept the city leading up to Sunday night's awards ceremony. Two of the most entertaining pre-parties were Thursday night's Vanity Fair Campaign Hollywood soiree at Cecconi's, and the Grey Goose pre-Oscar party at the Chateau Marmont on Saturday night. The former, called “Una Notte Verde,” was a sleek cocktail party hosted by Hans Zimmer and Ron Howard.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 16, 2014 | By Yvonne Villarreal
It's a tale of monsters and men. “Penny Dreadful,” Showtime's upcoming psychological horror thriller from John Logan (“Skyfall”),  centers on an American (played by Josh Hartnett) who finds himself trapped in the darkest corners of Victorian London amongst some of literature's iconic monsters. It's a world that Logan, who was promoting the show Thursday during Showtime's session at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Pasadena, says he was destined to take part in, having grown up watching “Groovie Goolies” and eating Frankenberry.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 30, 2013 | By Yvonne Villarreal
A "Dexter" spinoff? Josh Hartnett as an American abroad? Philip Seymour Hoffman as a sap? Showtime sure is keeping busy. The network made a series of announcements Tuesday during its portion of the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Beverly Hills. Among them, hints of a "Dexter" spinoff. Though Showtime Entertainment President David Nevins would not confirm anything just yet, the network has inked a two-year overall deal with "Dexter" executive producer Scott Buck -- which prompted Nevins to tease, "draw your own conclusions.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 1, 2002 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A romantic comedy about a hunky guy who gives up sex for Lent sounds smirky, and "40 Days and 40 Nights" is that--but it offers more. That's because it was directed by that most subversive of filmmakers, Michael Lehmann ("Heathers") from a script by a terrific first-time writer, Robert Perez, who's in tune with Lehmann's dark, gleeful sense of humor.
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March 29, 2009 | Adam Tschorn
A guy's spring wardrobe switch isn't just about swapping out sweaters for swim trunks, it's also a chance to jettison the winter-weight fragrances for the lighter scents of summer. And this season, some of the biggest names in men's clothing are rolling out new entries -- so even if the recession has kept their clothes out of your closet this season, you can still maintain an air of luxury.
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August 20, 2007 | Susan King
In May 1997, the Los Angeles Times published J.R. Moehringer's heartfelt story "Resurrecting the Champ," chronicling the sad life of a professional boxer who was homeless and living on the streets. More than just a tale about the downfall of a sports figure, the article also dealt with Moehringer's relationship with "The Champ," as well as the writer coming to terms with his own father's abandonment of the family when he was a baby.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 26, 2013 | By Jessica Gelt
The Oscars are like the Super Bowl meets New Year's Eve for Hollywood. And as such there was no end to the parade of parties that swept the city leading up to Sunday night's awards ceremony. Two of the most entertaining pre-parties were Thursday night's Vanity Fair Campaign Hollywood soiree at Cecconi's, and the Grey Goose pre-Oscar party at the Chateau Marmont on Saturday night. The former, called “Una Notte Verde,” was a sleek cocktail party hosted by Hans Zimmer and Ron Howard.
IMAGE
March 29, 2009 | Adam Tschorn
A guy's spring wardrobe switch isn't just about swapping out sweaters for swim trunks, it's also a chance to jettison the winter-weight fragrances for the lighter scents of summer. And this season, some of the biggest names in men's clothing are rolling out new entries -- so even if the recession has kept their clothes out of your closet this season, you can still maintain an air of luxury.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 12, 2008 | Associated Press
Actor Josh Hartnett has won $30,000 in libel damages from a British newspaper that claimed he engaged in "steamy shenanigans" in a public area of a London hotel. The tabloid Daily Mirror had claimed in a September article that Hartnett and an unknown woman had a steamy encounter in the library of the Soho Hotel that was caught on surveillance video. The actor's lawyer said his client plans to donate the damages money to charity.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 1, 2002 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A romantic comedy about a hunky guy who gives up sex for Lent sounds smirky, and "40 Days and 40 Nights" is that--but it offers more. That's because it was directed by that most subversive of filmmakers, Michael Lehmann ("Heathers") from a script by a terrific first-time writer, Robert Perez, who's in tune with Lehmann's dark, gleeful sense of humor.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 31, 2001 | ELLEN BASKIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Josh Hartnett's magnetic screen presence in the youth-oriented films "The Faculty" and "The Virgin Suicides" in the late '90s earned him teen pinup status. And he won more hearts as a doomed World War II pilot in this year's "Pearl Harbor," with his homespun appeal emerging unscathed from that film's bombardment of bad reviews. But the boyish charm hides a more sinister nature in Hartnett's latest screen performance as Hugo Goulding, the malevolent modern-day Iago in "O."
ENTERTAINMENT
May 4, 2003
Two cops who don't like each other much try to solve a murder. Meanwhile, they also have to keep up their second gigs: One's a yoga instructor and actor, the other a security guard. Guess which is which. * Action comedy (June 13) Columbia With: Harrison Ford, Josh Hartnett, Lena Olin, Bruce Greenwood. The idea: Mismatched cops, each with second jobs, tackle a high-profile murder. Writers: Robert Souza & Ron Shelton. Director: Ron Shelton.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 29, 2003 | Elaine Dutka
Harrison Ford became the latest Hollywood celebrity to target President Bush, joining Susan Sarandon and Sean Penn, among others, who have criticized the war with Iraq, the New York Daily News reports. "I am very disturbed about the direction American foreign policy is going," Ford said in Madrid, where he's promoting his box office flop "Hollywood Homicide," co-starring Josh Hartnett.
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