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December 13, 2007 | Mark Sachs
According to Rolling Stone magazine, the top DVD release of 2007 is going to be a movie from 1982, the sci-fi classic "Blade Runner" starring Harrison Ford and Sean Young (available on Tuesday). Ford was rarely heard from again, but Young is still around and looks to be thriving. She lives in Santa Monica with her sons, Rio, 13, and Quinn, 9. -- IT'S A STRETCH The anchor to every weekend for me is a class with Bryan Kest at Power Yoga in Santa Monica. It's a beautiful space and experience.
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February 27, 2012 | By Rene Lynch
Sean Young, J-Lo, Sacha Baron Cohen and Angelina Jolie all made headlines at, or after, the 84th Academy Awards on Sunday even though none of them was among the honorees. Rather, they were among the celebrities that made us cringe, wince and reach for the remote on Hollywood's biggest night. And the Oscar goes to ... Sean Young was arrested after an altercation with a security guard while trying to enter an Academy Awards after-party, police said Monday.
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February 27, 2012 | By Rene Lynch
Sean Young, J-Lo, Sacha Baron Cohen and Angelina Jolie all made headlines at, or after, the 84th Academy Awards on Sunday even though none of them was among the honorees. Rather, they were among the celebrities that made us cringe, wince and reach for the remote on Hollywood's biggest night. And the Oscar goes to ... Sean Young was arrested after an altercation with a security guard while trying to enter an Academy Awards after-party, police said Monday.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 30, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Sean Young has entered rehabilitation for alcohol abuse following a weekend outburst in which she was heckling from the audience at the Directors Guild of America awards. The 48-year-old actress was escorted from the ballroom at the Hyatt Regency in Century City on Saturday night after sparring with Julian Schnabel, who was nominated for "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly." "Actress Sean Young voluntarily admitted herself yesterday to a rehabilitation center for treatment related to alcoholism," a statement from Insignia PR said Tuesday.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 13, 1990 | DAVID GRITTEN
Little bits of Americana occupy pride of place here at Lee International Studios, some 20 miles southwest of London. Part of a soundstage has become a cabana, with palm trees, a sandy beach, and an ocean sunset as a backdrop. In another corner a ritzy apartment which would grace New York's Upper West Side has been built. There's a drab-looking steelworks, and a rooftop of a municipal building in Philly, complete with air vents and fire escapes.
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May 17, 1992 | CHRIS WILLMAN, Chris Willman is a frequent contributor to Calendar
"Hi-eee!" The dusk curfew imposed during the recent L.A. uprising is approaching, but Sean Young, rather than hiding indoors with the more timid folk, is cheerfully waving at a passing helicopter, most probably on its way to quell looting and arson in more troubled areas of Los Angeles. Perched on the trunk of her borrowed Honda Civic outside a San Fernando Valley dance studio, the pale, gamin-like actress seems unlikely to be picked out by the pilot.
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June 24, 1990 | John M. Wilson \f7
Pocket Books, meanwhile, will re-release Levin's first-ever novel, "A Kiss Before Dying" (1953), later this year in conjunction with Universal's remake of a 1956 film adaptation. The original film starred Robert Wagner as a sociopath who weds a young woman who's unaware he's murdered her twin sister. In the new version, Matt Dillon stars opposite Sean Young.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 29, 1991 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Catty: Sean Young stormed into producer-director Tim Burton's office in Catwoman garb last week to find out why she was passed over for the role of the feline foe in "Batman 2." She didn't get to see Burton, but she did manage to get a homemade video of the incident on "Entertainment Tonight." Well, Warner Bros.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 12, 1992 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Whither Joey: A spokesman for Joey Heatherton said Thursday her name was prematurely placed on the marquee and in some ads for the Tin Pan Alley revue "Stardust," but in fact it won't be decided until today whether she will join the show during its extended stay at the Wilshire Theatre. Sean Young has left the cast, leaving Toni Tennille and Hinton Battle as the headliners for the moment.
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July 25, 1990 | FROM TIMES WIRE SERVICES
Actress Sean Young went to a New York courtroom Tuesday to listen to testimony in the case of three youths charged in the gang rape of a Central Park jogger. Young was researching an upcoming movie role as a prosecutor in a sex case. . . . The Australian group Air Supply will be replacing Hall & Oates at a free outdoor concert July 27 at Irvine Meadows in Orange County.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 13, 2007 | Mark Sachs
According to Rolling Stone magazine, the top DVD release of 2007 is going to be a movie from 1982, the sci-fi classic "Blade Runner" starring Harrison Ford and Sean Young (available on Tuesday). Ford was rarely heard from again, but Young is still around and looks to be thriving. She lives in Santa Monica with her sons, Rio, 13, and Quinn, 9. -- IT'S A STRETCH The anchor to every weekend for me is a class with Bryan Kest at Power Yoga in Santa Monica. It's a beautiful space and experience.
NEWS
February 12, 1995 | Chris Willman
As uneven as its farcical pleasures may be, this runaway 1994 hit is capable of inducing a lot of giggle fits. Jim Carrey (pictured), whose tiniest expressions of physicality are so exaggerated that he makes Jim Varney look like Charles Bronson, refuses to be anything less than utterly inhuman on screen.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 12, 1992 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Whither Joey: A spokesman for Joey Heatherton said Thursday her name was prematurely placed on the marquee and in some ads for the Tin Pan Alley revue "Stardust," but in fact it won't be decided until today whether she will join the show during its extended stay at the Wilshire Theatre. Sean Young has left the cast, leaving Toni Tennille and Hinton Battle as the headliners for the moment.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 17, 1992 | CHRIS WILLMAN, Chris Willman is a frequent contributor to Calendar
"Hi-eee!" The dusk curfew imposed during the recent L.A. uprising is approaching, but Sean Young, rather than hiding indoors with the more timid folk, is cheerfully waving at a passing helicopter, most probably on its way to quell looting and arson in more troubled areas of Los Angeles. Perched on the trunk of her borrowed Honda Civic outside a San Fernando Valley dance studio, the pale, gamin-like actress seems unlikely to be picked out by the pilot.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 5, 1991 | KATHARINE BLOSSOM LOWRIE, Lowrie is a screenwriter and free-lance writer.
If "parts of television are sinking into kitty litter," as Howard Rosenberg observed in his July 31 Calendar diatribe against Sean Young's self-made video appearance on "Entertainment Tonight," so too is Howard Rosenberg (ordinarily one of my favorite columnists/critics). Holy baloney, Batman! We might as well include the entertainment/news industries as well.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 31, 1991
I commend the Port Hueneme City Council on its decision to implement the beach assessment fee. This type of decision is not easy to make. As a civic leader, one quickly learns that it is nearly impossible to make everyone happy all the time. You simply have to weigh the pros and cons and make the decision that best benefits the well-being of the entire city.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 26, 1989
. . . "Witness to Philadelphia," the 1977 book that many critics contend is the truest account of the 1964 civil rights murders in Philadelphia, Miss., will be reissued next month by LSU Press in trade paperback. Credit the controversy over "Mississippi Burning." . . .
ENTERTAINMENT
July 29, 1991 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Catty: Sean Young stormed into producer-director Tim Burton's office in Catwoman garb last week to find out why she was passed over for the role of the feline foe in "Batman 2." She didn't get to see Burton, but she did manage to get a homemade video of the incident on "Entertainment Tonight." Well, Warner Bros.
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