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February 4, 2003 | James Bates, Times Staff Writer
The Sopranos have put a legal hit on Best Buy Co. Actors playing America's favorite dysfunctional gangsters are suing the Minnesota-based electronics chain in Los Angeles County Superior Court for allegedly misappropriating their likenesses in a newspaper ad supplement last year. Best Buy representatives could not be reached for comment.
January 29, 2008 | Jenny Sundel
AFTER the canceled Golden Globes gala, the cast of "Mad Men" had one of the only parties in town at the Chateau Marmont, where they celebrated their double win with crew members.
April 30, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Jamie-Lynn Sigler was a high school kid with a knack for musicals who figured anything called "The Sopranos" would be just her speed. She learned better when she got to the audition. Robert Iler can't recall being there. "I was so young, I don't even remember doing most of the pilot," he says. "I do remember having a great time, but I was wishing I was in camp. It was going to be the first summer I could go to camp, and all my friends were there.
February 4, 2007 | Elizabeth Snead
CAN we get a little "Remember When" background music, please? Just the right note for "A Celebration of Oscar Fashion," held Jan. 30 at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills. Fashion show producer Laura Ziskin enlisted 1. "Vogue" editor-at-large Andre Leon Talley to curate the first runway show of classic gowns worn by past Oscar winners and presenters. Talley, the voice of Oscar fashion for the "Road to the Oscar" pre-show Feb.
June 5, 2007 | Mary McNamara, Times Staff Writer
When "The Sopranos" debuted, no one knew quite how to describe it, and everybody has spent the last eight years trying. A struggling mob boss enters therapy to deal with his mother issues and spends the years vacillating between what seems to be the private search for mental health and the public actions of a sociopath.
March 2, 2004 | Carina Chocano, Times Staff Writer
The animals in Tony Soprano's backyard have always had much to teach us. So, naturally, as "The Sopranos" enters its fifth and next-to-last season following a 15-month hiatus, more fauna emerges from the woods to foreshadow the themes of Tony Soprano's life. This time -- with the ducks, the squirrels and Tony himself gone -- a big black bear lumbers in to try out the lawn furniture and terrorize the remaining residents of casa Soprano.
July 6, 2001 | ELAINE DUTKA
MOVIES Duking It Out Over the Holiday There was a cat fight at the box office on the Fourth of July. Warner Bros.' family comedy "Cats & Dogs" proved to have the sharper claws, grossing an estimated $9 million on its opening day and scratching its way ahead of the R-rated "Scary Movie 2," which debuted to an unofficial estimate of about $8.6 million. "Cats" opened strongly despite three other family films in the market--"Dr. Dolittle 2," "Shrek" and "Atlantis."
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