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May 6, 2001 | ELLEN BASKIN, Ellen Baskin is a regular contributor to Calendar
From her 1993 film debut in "Much Ado About Nothing" through to the just-released "The Golden Bowl," British actress Kate Beckinsale has amassed a diverse list of credits, a stack of good reviews--and a much lower profile than many of her contemporaries on either side of the Atlantic. Well, that's about to be blown out of the water.
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August 2, 2012 | By Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times Film Critic
Like a drug that starts with a rush and ends with a headache,"Total Recall"is too much of a good thing. Though this film shares the same title as the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, 2012's "Total Recall" is not exactly a remake or even a reboot. Both films were inspired by the playfulPhilip K. Dick short story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale," and some things are carried over from the first film to this one. But as directed by Len Wiseman from a screenplay and screen story credited to five different writers, this "Total Recall" plays more like a pop-culture mash-up.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 4, 2001
Spielberg does Kubrick . . . Tim Burton goes "Ape" . . . Kate Beckinsale goes to war . . . "Scary" Keenen Ivory Wayans . . . and more in our summer movie preview.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 31, 2012
MOVIES Before Wes Anderson's films examined the preppy-adjacent struggles of upper middle class young people, Whit Stillman walked a similar beat in '80s with witty films such as "Barcelona," "Metropolitan" and the third of his self-described "Doomed Bourgeois in Love" trilogy, "Last Days of Disco," which screens at the Cinefamily with the writer-director on hand. Chloe Sevigny, Kate Beckinsale and bone-dry scene-stealer Chris Eigeman star in an unironic, funny and even moving depiction of coming of age in the privileged class while sparing the easy, '70s cliches.
NEWS
March 8, 1998 | Kevin Thomas
This 1996 release is a celebrated parody of Gothic romance and solemn rural fiction. Its self-confident heroine Flora Poste (Kate Beckinsale, pictured) fancies herself a potential novelist, stating blithely that by the time she's 50, "I would like to write a novel as good as 'Persuasion.'
ENTERTAINMENT
May 31, 2012
MOVIES Before Wes Anderson's films examined the preppy-adjacent struggles of upper middle class young people, Whit Stillman walked a similar beat in '80s with witty films such as "Barcelona," "Metropolitan" and the third of his self-described "Doomed Bourgeois in Love" trilogy, "Last Days of Disco," which screens at the Cinefamily with the writer-director on hand. Chloe Sevigny, Kate Beckinsale and bone-dry scene-stealer Chris Eigeman star in an unironic, funny and even moving depiction of coming of age in the privileged class while sparing the easy, '70s cliches.
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May 24, 1998 | Donald Chase, Donald Chase is a writer based in New York
The benign, tropical-Colonial building with the Thai flag rippling in a torpid breeze could be a government resort hotel. But the sign says "Women's Correctional Institute," and as if to prove its truth, a scene of hallucinatory horrors is unfolding in a sideyard. There, separated by an algae-covered moat, two elevated, wire-meshed platforms face each other, each platform teeming with Asians and Westerners contributing to a cacophonous din or straining to hear above it.
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January 23, 2012 | By Glenn Whipp, Special to the Los Angeles Times
"Underworld: Awakening" begins with a tidy, three-minute wrap of the series' first two movies (the third, a 2009 prequel minus star Kate Beckinsale doesn't figure into the equation) before revealing the current grim state of affairs for its clashing vampires and werewolves. Humans, at least those oblivious to the charms of the "Twilight" movies, have decided to stop killing each other and focus on eradicating creatures possessing fangs. Our vampire antiheroine Selene (Beckinsale)
ENTERTAINMENT
August 2, 2012 | By Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times Film Critic
Like a drug that starts with a rush and ends with a headache,"Total Recall"is too much of a good thing. Though this film shares the same title as the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, 2012's "Total Recall" is not exactly a remake or even a reboot. Both films were inspired by the playfulPhilip K. Dick short story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale," and some things are carried over from the first film to this one. But as directed by Len Wiseman from a screenplay and screen story credited to five different writers, this "Total Recall" plays more like a pop-culture mash-up.
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March 3, 2014 | By Nardine Saad
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale welcomed their third child together on Friday and did not disappoint when it came to giving their newest addition a unique name. "@gwenstefani welcome APOLLO BOWIE FLYNN ROSSDALE 2/28/14," the proud papa tweeted on Saturday, adding clarification about the boy's name. "(bowie and Flynn =mothers' maiden names )" The No Doubt singer, 44, and the Bush frontman, 48, who married in 2002, are already parents to sons Kingston James McGregor, 7, and Zuma Nesta Rock, 5. Something tells us little Apollo Bowie Flynn will fit right in . PHOTOS: Oddly fantastic celebrity baby names Rossdale is also father to model Daisy Lowe, 24, whom he had during a previous relationship.
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January 23, 2012 | By Glenn Whipp, Special to the Los Angeles Times
"Underworld: Awakening" begins with a tidy, three-minute wrap of the series' first two movies (the third, a 2009 prequel minus star Kate Beckinsale doesn't figure into the equation) before revealing the current grim state of affairs for its clashing vampires and werewolves. Humans, at least those oblivious to the charms of the "Twilight" movies, have decided to stop killing each other and focus on eradicating creatures possessing fangs. Our vampire antiheroine Selene (Beckinsale)
ENTERTAINMENT
May 6, 2001 | ELLEN BASKIN, Ellen Baskin is a regular contributor to Calendar
From her 1993 film debut in "Much Ado About Nothing" through to the just-released "The Golden Bowl," British actress Kate Beckinsale has amassed a diverse list of credits, a stack of good reviews--and a much lower profile than many of her contemporaries on either side of the Atlantic. Well, that's about to be blown out of the water.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 4, 2001
Spielberg does Kubrick . . . Tim Burton goes "Ape" . . . Kate Beckinsale goes to war . . . "Scary" Keenen Ivory Wayans . . . and more in our summer movie preview.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 24, 1998 | Donald Chase, Donald Chase is a writer based in New York
The benign, tropical-Colonial building with the Thai flag rippling in a torpid breeze could be a government resort hotel. But the sign says "Women's Correctional Institute," and as if to prove its truth, a scene of hallucinatory horrors is unfolding in a sideyard. There, separated by an algae-covered moat, two elevated, wire-meshed platforms face each other, each platform teeming with Asians and Westerners contributing to a cacophonous din or straining to hear above it.
NEWS
March 8, 1998 | Kevin Thomas
This 1996 release is a celebrated parody of Gothic romance and solemn rural fiction. Its self-confident heroine Flora Poste (Kate Beckinsale, pictured) fancies herself a potential novelist, stating blithely that by the time she's 50, "I would like to write a novel as good as 'Persuasion.'
NEWS
December 12, 2012 | By Susan Denley
Hollywood makeup artist Julie Hewett has worked on Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale, just to name a few. Her movie credits include "Hitchcock," "The Artist," "Ocean's Thirteen" and "American Beauty. " And she has her own line of beauty products . This Sunday, she is scheduled to give 30-minute private consultations from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Blushington , the makeup studio at 8591 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood. Call (310) 652-5874 to book an appointment.
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