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'Lost' Star Evangeline Lilly Turns Author
Since leaving Lost behind, Evangeline Lilly hasn't given up acting as she once threatened to do, but making films like The Hobbit and Real Steel has allowed her to follow her other pursuits, including writing. The actress's first book, the cautionary children's tale The Squickerwonkers hits bookstores on November 18. (July 22, 2014)
Whilewas making "School of Rock," "Bad News Bears," " " and " ," he was also quietly making "Boyhood," a film that's production spanned 12 years. It's an unprecedented experiment, one that's met with unqualified raves as Linklater follows one boy, Mason (newcomer Ellar Coltrane) from age 5 to 18. (July 11, 2014)
Several movies hitting theaters this summer are based on terrific books, including spy thrillers, YA bestsellers, and biographies. Get a head start on the theater crowd with this intriguing, vacation-ready reading list. (July 3, 2014)
With the Wall Street Journal's Ben Fritz, discussed "Brick Mansions," "Locke," "Blue Ruin," the upcoming Batman vs. Superman film and who should play Barbie in the live-action movie.
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Along with the L.A. Times' John Horn, discussed "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Under the Skin" and upcoming "Double Rainbow Guy" movie for the radio show's weekly film segment.
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Forces of Geek
Thousands of die-hard Lost fans, including a few in authentic Dharma jumpsuits, packed the Dolby Theater Sunday night for a panel celebrating the show's 10th anniversary. (March 18, 2014)