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- 3 for FRIDAY: Fast and Furious 6, Epic and Picture Day by Eli Glasner May. 24, 2013 3:19 PM Eli Glasner takes a quick look at three new films: Picture Day with rising star Tatiana Maslany, the audaciously entertaining Fast and Furious 6 and a nature-themed cartoon for the kids called Epic.
- FILM REVIEW: The Hangover Part 3 by Eli Glasner May. 24, 2013 11:55 AM In a final outing with the wolf pack, the joke's on us, says Eli Glasner. The Hangover Part 3 is a strangely serious and laugh-free sequel in the popular, offensive and raunchy series.
- Blake Shelton, Toby Keith boost benefits for Oklahoma by Susan Noakes May. 23, 2013 2:48 PM There are no dates yet and no lineup, but plans are in the works for benefit concerts supporting Oklahoma and the town of Moore, where tornadoes left a swath of destruction this week. Stepping up to spearhead the fundraisers are two Oklahoma boys: Blake Shelton and Toby Keith, who will likely lure country music's brightest into their efforts.
- Pushing Chinese stars beyond gimmicky roles by Jessica Wong May. 22, 2013 2:26 PM Li Bingbing is the latest comely Chinese face joining a major Hollywood movie, in this case, a fourth Transformers. With Hollywood eager to tap into China's massive movie audience, it's now de rigueur to score a popular Chinese actress for tentpole blockbusters. But Chinese fans want more than gimmicky roles for their homegrown stars and nonsensical versions screened in China alone.
- Horror tale Haunting Melissa targets app audiences by Jessica Wong May. 16, 2013 8:39 AM If you're seeking the weather, the news or a pic of what your buddy had for lunch, there are apps for that. What about an original, Hollywood-calibre ghost story from a producer of The Ring and Mulholland Drive? Now, there's an app for that, too. Haunting Melissa ventures into the burgeoning realm of digital storytelling as a traditional ghost story with a modern twist -- namely a tale that unfolds through an iOS app.
- Paul Henderson May. 24, 2013 6:07 PM He scored the winning goal in the big game at the '72 Canada-Russia Summit Series. But there's a lot more to Paul's life than that moment. He'll get into it in the red chair.
- Dan Brown's bizarre rituals May. 24, 2013 5:15 PM The author discusses his new novel, Inferno, and the ritual he performs when launching another book.
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