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August 22, 2002
* Director of the comedies "House Party" and "Boomerang." His new film, "Serving Sara," opens Friday. Starting Point: I train at Billy Blanks several times a week, including some Saturdays. The great thing about that workout is that everything else you do that day seems easy in comparison. Most Important Meal: On the weekend my fiancee and I either hit Il Fornaio or Mel's for breakfast. Sometimes it's heart attack be damned, and we make a Roscoe's run.
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ENTERTAINMENT
July 26, 2008 | Greg Braxton, Times Staff Writer
BET President of Entertainment Reginald Hudlin plans to unveil what he feels is a slam-dunk hit for the network today at Comic-Con in San Diego: an animated series featuring Marvel Comics' Black Panther. The project about a black superhero marks the cable network's most promising push yet in its struggle to launch an animated series that will appeal to BET's target audience: urban youth.
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ENTERTAINMENT
September 8, 2000
It's Fall Sneaks, the complete moviegoers' guide to the season, starring Helen Hunt, Spike Lee, Bjork, James Caan, Reginald Hudlin, Robert De Niro and more.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 8, 2006 | Greg Braxton, Times Staff Writer
REGINALD HUDLIN had a golden year in 2005 before he decided to throw it away. The veteran filmmaker was serving as an executive producer for the new Chris Rock comedy "Everybody Hates Chris," after having directed the pilot episode of the heralded UPN series. "The Boondocks," the animated version of the incendiary comic strip that he helped develop for television, had made the Cartoon Network's Adult Swim slate. "Chris" and "Boondocks" were among the most buzzed-about shows of the fall.
NEWS
May 26, 1996 | Kevin Thomas
The late comedian Robin Harris' routine about a guy stuck with taking some obstreperous youngsters to an amusement park has been deftly developed by writer Reginald Hudlin and director Bruce Smith into a pure delight in what is the first 1992 animated theatrical film with exclusively African Americans as principal characters (Cinemax Wednesday at 3 p.m.).
ENTERTAINMENT
March 4, 1990 | JOHN M. WILSON
Reginald and Warrington Hudlin are behind schedule in the great Hollywood tradition of "running late." The two brothers, both Ivy League film school graduates, relay their apologies to a waiting reporter by car phone as they scoot from a studio meeting to the offices of New Line Cinema.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 20, 1992 | REGINALD HUDLIN, Hudlin directed "Boomerang" and wrote and directed "House Party." and
In the heart of Kenneth Turan's review of "Boomerang," he complains about Eddie Murphy's character not being a "hustler" and calls the film's setting among black professionals "silly and arbitrary" and not "dramatically motivated" (" 'Boomerang': Eddie Murphy's Romantic Fling," Calendar, July 1).
ENTERTAINMENT
July 26, 2008 | Greg Braxton, Times Staff Writer
BET President of Entertainment Reginald Hudlin plans to unveil what he feels is a slam-dunk hit for the network today at Comic-Con in San Diego: an animated series featuring Marvel Comics' Black Panther. The project about a black superhero marks the cable network's most promising push yet in its struggle to launch an animated series that will appeal to BET's target audience: urban youth.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 23, 2002 | MANOHLA DARGIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The crushingly unfunny new comedy "Serving Sara" raises the question: Can you kill something that's already dead? One of the more cynical and insulting Hollywood offerings in recent memory, the film was nominally directed by Reginald Hudlin (best known for "House Party") and ostensibly written by Jay Scherick and David Ronn, who show either guts or foolishness in keeping their names on this odoriferous mess.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 8, 2006 | Greg Braxton, Times Staff Writer
REGINALD HUDLIN had a golden year in 2005 before he decided to throw it away. The veteran filmmaker was serving as an executive producer for the new Chris Rock comedy "Everybody Hates Chris," after having directed the pilot episode of the heralded UPN series. "The Boondocks," the animated version of the incendiary comic strip that he helped develop for television, had made the Cartoon Network's Adult Swim slate. "Chris" and "Boondocks" were among the most buzzed-about shows of the fall.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 23, 2002 | MANOHLA DARGIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The crushingly unfunny new comedy "Serving Sara" raises the question: Can you kill something that's already dead? One of the more cynical and insulting Hollywood offerings in recent memory, the film was nominally directed by Reginald Hudlin (best known for "House Party") and ostensibly written by Jay Scherick and David Ronn, who show either guts or foolishness in keeping their names on this odoriferous mess.
NEWS
August 22, 2002
* Director of the comedies "House Party" and "Boomerang." His new film, "Serving Sara," opens Friday. Starting Point: I train at Billy Blanks several times a week, including some Saturdays. The great thing about that workout is that everything else you do that day seems easy in comparison. Most Important Meal: On the weekend my fiancee and I either hit Il Fornaio or Mel's for breakfast. Sometimes it's heart attack be damned, and we make a Roscoe's run.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 8, 2000
It's Fall Sneaks, the complete moviegoers' guide to the season, starring Helen Hunt, Spike Lee, Bjork, James Caan, Reginald Hudlin, Robert De Niro and more.
NEWS
May 26, 1996 | Kevin Thomas
The late comedian Robin Harris' routine about a guy stuck with taking some obstreperous youngsters to an amusement park has been deftly developed by writer Reginald Hudlin and director Bruce Smith into a pure delight in what is the first 1992 animated theatrical film with exclusively African Americans as principal characters (Cinemax Wednesday at 3 p.m.).
ENTERTAINMENT
July 20, 1992 | REGINALD HUDLIN, Hudlin directed "Boomerang" and wrote and directed "House Party." and
In the heart of Kenneth Turan's review of "Boomerang," he complains about Eddie Murphy's character not being a "hustler" and calls the film's setting among black professionals "silly and arbitrary" and not "dramatically motivated" (" 'Boomerang': Eddie Murphy's Romantic Fling," Calendar, July 1).
ENTERTAINMENT
March 4, 1990 | JOHN M. WILSON
Reginald and Warrington Hudlin are behind schedule in the great Hollywood tradition of "running late." The two brothers, both Ivy League film school graduates, relay their apologies to a waiting reporter by car phone as they scoot from a studio meeting to the offices of New Line Cinema.
BUSINESS
July 13, 2005
* Broadcom Corp. said it would not drop its patent infringement lawsuits against Qualcomm Inc. after Qualcomm filed a countersuit. * Filmmaker Reginald Hudlin was named president of entertainment for cable network BET. * Seattle-based Jobster Inc., a targeted job advertising service, acquired search engine WorkZoo Inc. of Fountain Valley. Terms were not disclosed. * Ingram Micro Inc.
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