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July 28, 2011 | Steven Zeitchik
Steve Carell didn't mind the slapping. But the man-kissing was too much. During filming for his new movie "Crazy, Stupid, Love," a romantic dramedy about a father attempting to remake himself after his marriage hits the skids, Carell found himself on the receiving end of some surprise high jinks from costar Ryan Gosling. Like smacking. And smooching. When Gosling improvised a scene by administering a strike across the face, Carell didn't break. "All I wanted was for him to hit me harder and harder," the actor said.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 5, 1997
Imagine my shock to read Sean Mitchell's article on actress Julianne Moore ("Not Strictly Naked Ambition," Sept. 28) and her performance in the upcoming R-rated "Boogie Nights," where he states that Moore's role as a porn star in the film ". . . involves hard-core scenes in which she has sex on camera with Mark Wahlberg." Really! So Moore and Wahlberg, possibly in an effort to add unheard-of realism to their parts, didn't simply simulate the act but actually engaged in it, right there in front of the crew?
ENTERTAINMENT
February 11, 1998
Here are the major awards and nominations already gathered by the Oscar nominees in the topeight categories: Best Picture Golden Globe winner: As Good as It Gets The Full Monty Good Will Hunting Nat. Society of Film Critics winner: L.A. Confidential L.A. Film Critics winner: L.A. Confidential N.Y. Film Critics winner: L.A. Confidential Golden Globe winner: Titanic * Best Director Golden Globe winner: James Cameron DGA Award nominee: James Cameron Peter Cattaneo Atom Egoyan Nat.
IMAGE
March 21, 2010 | By Alene Dawson, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Redheads hold an iconic place in American pop culture. There's the voluptuous come-hither trappings of Rita Hayworth and cartoon sex bomb Jessica Rabbit; the comedic zaniness of Lucille Ball, Debra Messing, Carrot Top and Conan O'Brien; and the girl-next-door sweetness of '80s film princess Molly Ringwald. There's even a template for the icy redhead a la Marcia Cross and Julianne Moore. For all of these famous folks, it could be said that red hair is part of their brand. Naturally red hair is a rare commodity.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 28, 2006 | From the Associated Press
For the first time at the Venice Film Festival, all films vying for the top Golden Lion award will make their world premiere at the late summer event, organizers said Thursday. Among those in competition at the Aug. 30-Sept. 9 festival: Allen Coulter's "Hollywoodland," starring Adrien Brody and Ben Affleck. The movie dramatizes an investigation into the death of George Reeves, star of the 1950s TV show "Adventures of Superman."
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