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Zap2It.comAmanda Peet, who stars as network president Jordan McDeere on "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip," will have one more person under her charge. The actress and her husband, screenwriter David Benioff, welcomed a baby girl on Tuesday, Feb. 20, reports People....
Tags: New York, Mark Ruffalo, Dermot Mulroney, Amanda Peet
The TV ZoneRemember Zack? "Saved by the Bell" fans certainly do...He is Mark-Paul Gosselaar, and whatever MPG has done since ("NYPD Blue," "Commander in Chief," currently "Raising the Bar," back last night), he will always be Zack. NBC tells me Zack......
Zap2ItFans of the cult hit "Donnie Darko" will be pleased to see the adventures of that character's sister in this equally offbeat follow-up. Played by Daveigh Chase, Samantha Darko is headed toward Hollywood with a friend (Briana Evigan, "Step Up 2 the...
Special to the Tribune"You are a whore, darlin'," coos a glittery Vegas dancer to her rival in Joe Eszterhas' 1995 movie "Showgirls." This unintentionally camp, guilty pleasure of a movie is a Sin City version of "All About Eve," set in the fake glam world of casino...
Tags: Gina Gershon, New York, Sex, Entertainment, Movies
FOR THE TIMESFriday February 27, 1998 Flash! The fashion industry is a skin-deep, sexist, reality-distorting business that perpetuates false expectations among men and objectifies women. This just in, too: Television soap operas are facile melodramas...
FOR THE TIMESFriday October 1, 1999 Where would crime thrillers be without the amateur sleuth who pokes his or her nose into places where professional investigators are too stupid to tread? Muscling into a field already dense with rabbis, Girl Scouts and...
Times Staff WriterImpatient and abrasive, drop-dead arrogant but smart as hell, Manhattan advertising copywriter Roger Swanson is the kind of mesmerizing talker who can take over a movie as surely as a great raconteur can dominate a dinner table, and in Campbell Scott...
Times Film CriticIn 1966, when movies were still a toy to him, Woody Allen took a standard-issue Japanese thriller and completely replaced the language with his own clever dialogue. Now, 35 years after "What's Up, Tiger Lily?," Allen has made his own genre picture, a...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday September 22, 1995 Small minds may say that "Showgirls," the first NC-17 film to get a wide studio release, is lacking in other accomplishments, but don't you believe it. Actually, it's hard to know which of this film's several attainments is...
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