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August 19, 2012 | By Hannah Mitchell
Recently, Hannah Mitchell, the 11-year-old daughter of Show Tracker's "Monday Night Raw" recapper Houston Mitchell, was able to interview some WWE superstars about this Sunday's pay-per-view event, SummerSlam. Here is the second half of a two-part interview she conducted with WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz. Q: What is scarier, "The Real World" or WWE? Well, they are both kind of different. The Real World, I had to live with seven people, and I had to live in a house with them and I didn't know them at all. Strangers.
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August 19, 2012 | By Hannah Mitchell
Recently, Hannah Mitchell, the 11-year-old daughter of Show Tracker's "Monday Night Raw" recapper Houston Mitchell, was able to interview some WWE superstars about this Sunday's pay-per-view event, SummerSlam. Here is the second half of a two-part interview she conducted with WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz. Q: What is scarier, "The Real World" or WWE? Well, they are both kind of different. The Real World, I had to live with seven people, and I had to live in a house with them and I didn't know them at all. Strangers.
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August 29, 2002
Tuesday: "Blade II." Sept. 10: "Changing Lanes," "The Count of Monte Cristo," "40 Days and 40 Nights," "The Salton Sea" and "CQ." Sept. 17: "Monsters, Inc.," "Panic Room," "Death to Smoochy," "Hollywood Ending," "Frailty," "Kissing Jessica Stein" and "Spring Forward." Sept. 24: "Monsoon Wedding," "Murder by Numbers," "Enigma," "Festival in Cannes," "Big Fat Liar," "Stolen Summer" and "Big Bad Love." Oct. 1: "The Scorpion King" and "Brotherhood of the Wolf." Oct.
BUSINESS
August 10, 2004 | Meg James, Times Staff Writer
Hollywood production boutique Mandalay Entertainment Group said Monday that it was teaming up with Mosaic Media Group to "energize and grow" Dick Clark Productions and become a bigger player in the television business. The partnership comes two years after Mosaic Media organized a private investment group to buy the pop music icon's company for $136 million. Mandalay bought the interest of a Canadian pension fund, CDP Capital Communications, which had been part of the initial group of investors.
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June 12, 2010 | By Robert Lloyd, Los Angeles Times Television Critic
"Unnatural History" is the first scripted all-live-action series from Cartoon Network, which, like many other cable networks no longer quite lives up to its name. The channel has already tested these waters with cartoon-related live-action specials (a "Scooby-Doo" movie, a couple of "Ben 10" films) and the cartoon-human sitcom "Out of Jimmy's Head," and last year floated a slate of original and imported kid-themed reality shows. But this is them putting their whole leg in and shaking it all about.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 22, 2001 | CHERYL LU-LIEN TAN, BALTIMORE SUN
The face staring from the CD cover seems familiar--well, except that Uncle Junior on "The Sopranos" usually isn't partial to relaxing, much less smiling. And his suburban New Jersey sensibilities never would have led him to don a sleek black turtleneck. But the person on the cover of the recently released "Hits" is Dominic Chianese, who plays Corrado "Junior" Soprano on the popular HBO series.
NEWS
March 20, 2001 | DANA CALVO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The 34-year-old computer whiz in Silver Lake got a phone call from the friend of a friend--the head of publicity for a movie studio. The offer was $10,000 a week for an Internet "project." Was he interested? Absolutely. Details quickly followed from the studio's department of new media. The computer whiz discovered he would soon be "purposely forgetting everything I knew about design." The job was to construct a phony fan Web site for a new movie.
NEWS
October 3, 2002 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The most enjoyable part of the DVD of the Rock's sword-and-sandal epic "The Scorpion King" (Universal, $20) is its animal outtakes. Although the Rock and his white camel seem to have a strong bond on screen, off screen the dromedary was a bit persnickety. There are several funny scenes in which the camel throws off the Rock and co-star Kelly Hu and stubbornly refuses to obey his trainer.
SPORTS
May 15, 2006 | T.J. Simers
The mother of my children is a Clippers fan. When I met her she was a Cubs fan. I should've guessed she had a thing for losers, but of course it almost goes without saying her luck changed when she got married. Right now she's wearing a loud red Clippers T-shirt, sitting in Staples Center with the rest of the energized Clipper Nation, and carrying on like some kind of Beatles-crazed teenager.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 21, 2002 | STEVE HOCHMAN
The buzzing around the Hives--the neo-garage punk band from Sweden that has drawn some of the strongest major-label interest of the year--has taken on a new tone with word that the band was joining the Warner Bros. Records family. It's not a surprise that Warner Bros. got the band. Chairman and CEO Tom Whalley has established the company as an aggressive force since coming over from Interscope Records last year.
NEWS
September 12, 2002 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Screenwriters finally get their due on the digital editions of two recent releases: "Changing Lanes" and "The Count of Monte Cristo." Screenwriters often get short shrift in the film community and that has been the case on most DVDs--the director and the stars are usually interviewed while the scribe is barely mentioned. But on the DVDs of "Changing Lanes" (Paramount, $20) and "The Count of Monte Cristo" (Touchstone, $30), the writers are actually given their own featurettes.
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