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Entertainment News - Los Angeles Times ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT NEWS Harry Dean Stanton a prolific character actor who brought a soulful hangdog presence to such varied films as “Alien” “Paris Texas” “Repo Man” and “Pretty in Pink” becoming a favorite of film fans and directors alike died on Friday at age 91 La Brassiere Stanton died at CedarsSinai Hospital in Los Angeles Everything you need to know about Sundays Emmy Awards How the 2017 Emmy Awards could reward a great year of television for women Watch Wordassociation games with the TIFF 2017 celebs from bingewatch to Trump A new Rockos Modern Life comic book series is on the way Datebook Pacific Standard Time in full swing with video photography sculpture and preColumbian artisanry Who will take home Emmy gold on Sunday Company Town view more CNN chief Jeff Zucker keeps his network on a breaking news ESPN chief says Jemele Hills Trump tweet violated Wolf of Wall Street producer Red Granite settles AMC hires former Fox Entertainment 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other Burns projects running back to The Civil War by Geoffrey C Ward it begins Sunday on PBS with 10 episodes running some 18 hours The How artist Camilo Ontiveros acquired the belongings of a DACA deportee and what he did with them Carolina A Miranda A sculpture by Camilo Ontiveros on view at LACMA is crafted from the belongings of a DACA deportee How that piece came to be Saturdays TV highlights and weekend talk shows La La Land on HBO Matt Cooper SERIES JFK Declassified Tracking Oswald Former CIA agent Bob Baer reinvestigates the 1963 assassination of President John F Kennedy in this sixpart series 6 7 8 9 10 and 11 p m History Channel Halt and Catch Fire Bosworth Toby Huss reaches a breaking point on a new episode of the techindustry A remote Nicolas Cage doesn’t help the melodramatic Vengeance A Love Story Michael Rechtshaffen Any time you hear a movie character say “I know a shortcut” and it involves walking through the woods in the dark of night there’s a strong likelihood that nothing good can come of it Still one isn’t quite prepared for the melodramatic dross that is “Vengeance A Love Story” a hamhanded Three clashing sisters one dying mother A familys search for common ground in Marion Bridge F Kathleen Foley As anyone from a large family can attest it’s a wonder how so many wildly different individuals can spring from the same genetic pool In Daniel MacIvor’s “Marion Bridge” a guest production at Son of Semele theater three sisters are radically distinctive characters written with brilliant specificity What time are the Emmy Awards Nardine Saad The complete list of Emmy nominations Los Angeles Times Staff Sean Spicer thinks Melissa McCarthy should share her Emmy Award with him Nardine Saad Hollywood Bowl closes out its classical season with satisfying gimmickfree Mozart Richard S Ginell The Hollywood Bowl wrapped up its traditional 10week classical season Thursday night The oppressive heat of late summer finally gave way to a cooler clime and jackets came out Boxholders vacated their folding chairs saying “See you next year” to their Bowl neighbors The headlining programs Comedy and sex in the cancer ward A Funny Thing Happened goes there with glee Charles McNulty Karla a struggling standup comic is furiously jotting in her notebook while trying out different versions of a new routine “I’ve been single for so long I’ve started having sex dreams about my vibrator ” Would wet dreams she wonders be funnier Wait women don’t even have wet dreams If TV This Week Sept 1723 The Emmys The State and more Matt Cooper SUNDAY The scifi drama “Westworld” and a resurgent “SNL” lead the field with 22 nominations apiece at the “69th Primetime Emmy Awards ” Stephen Colbert emcees 5 p m CBS Filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick revisit “The Vietnam War” in this exhaustive and likely exhausting 10part 18hour OverratedUnderrated Are we still ready for some football Chris Barton UNDERRATED Julia Garner in “Ozark” Already a blackhearted sleeper of a series on the strength of stars Laura Linney and a typically dry Jason Bateman who also directs this relative newcomer on Netflix gets a boost by this actress who plays a local up to no good as she works alongside Bateman’s FALL MOVIE PREVIEW view full coverage A guide to every movie being released this fall Thor Ragnarok cast introduces the newest members of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Here are the fall festival movie premieres that Oscar voters will be watching BURIED TREASURES L A Times film critics spotlight buried treasures of the last 20 years in film Kenneth Turans five buried film treasures Justin Changs five buried film treasures mother Brads Status School Life and other movie picks for Sept 15 Kenneth Turan Justin Chang and other reviewers Movie recommendations from critics Kenneth Turan Justin Chang and other reviewers Baby Driver Edgar Wright’s exuberant oneofakind vehicularactionthrillermusicalromance stars Ansel Elgort as a tinnitusafflicted musicloving getaway driver alongside a superb supporting cast that includes Full Frontal showrunner Jo Miller guides a hectic show and relaxes with postapocalyptic novels Meredith Blake Full Frontal With Samantha Bee executive producer is already an Emmy winner and will find out Sunday if she will take home multiple awards Star Trek Discovery showrunners on boldly going somewhere new with the fabled space franchise Sarah Rodman One of the core tenets of the myriad versions of “Star Trek” over the last 50 years has been peaceful conflict resolution and examining why people and various alien species battle over differences instead of celebrating commonalities Which is why Gretchen J Berg and Aaron Harberts two of Meet some of the crew of Star Trek Discovery Sarah Rodman They range from hardcore “Star Trek” fans to those who wouldn’t know a phaser from a tricorder but to a one the actors on “Star Trek Discovery” are thrilled to have gained admittance to Starfleet Here are a few you’ll be seeing when the show premieres on both CBS and CBS All Access on Sept Jake Gyllenhaal Tatiana Maslany and David Gordon Green talk about crafting a Stronger relationship for the big screen Amy Kaufman Jeff Bauman was on his way to gamble at Mohegan Sun when he first heard from a group of Hollywood producers who said they wanted to turn his life story into a movie And at that point the odds of the deal actually happening felt about as low as winning a million dollars playing penny slots “I The Moviegoer Sept 1723 Kathleen Craughwell Laemmle Anniversary Classics The 1982 musicalromanticcomedy VictorVictoria was the best film collaboration between director Blake Edwards and wife actress Julie Andrews As a downonherluck singer in 1930s Paris Andrews’ Victoria transforms into “Victor” who becomes the toast of the cabaret La Brassiere Modern life is a fragmented place in Carmen Disruption at City Garage Daryl H Miller The woman in red is the only familiar figure in the shattered world of “Carmen Disruption ” Make that semifamiliar because this woman in Simon Stephens’ play is not exactly Carmen but an opera singer who’s made a career of playing Carmen while the actual Carmen is a rent boy who Well let’s The 99Seat Beat When words and governments go on the fritz Daryl H Miller Los Angeles theater picks this week are In a Word Walking to Buchenwald Daytona and a bilingual Aladdin Carmen the Wonder Woman of opera A soprano on playing the poster girl for freedom Catherine Womack Ana Maria Martinez star of Los Angeles Operas season opener talks about finding new life in an familiar role and owning the power and force of Carmen YusufCat Stevens taps classic sound in new The Laughing Apple album Randy Lewis An inescapable sense of foreboding runs through “Blackness of the Night” the opening track from “The Laughing Apple” the new album by Yusuf aka Cat Stevens “In the blackness of the night I seem to wander endlessly with a hope burning out deep inside” Yusuf sings in the same soft gravelly From the man who gave you Hamlet and Lear Why live theater needs moviestyle trailers Jessica Gelt It has all the hallmarks of a movie trailer the fast pace the quick cuts the relentless beat “Something primal” a deep voice intones “Something raw Something otherworldly Something wicked this way comes ” But it’s not “It’s ‘Macbeth’ as you’ve never seen it” the voice continues “tickets Essential Arts & Culture YoYo Ma seduces PST LALA officially lifts off mourning a theater innovator Carolina A Miranda A searing cello solo Latin American art takes over Los Angeles And the passing of a great man of the stage I’m Carolina A Miranda staff writer for the Los Angeles Times with the week’s essential arts news YoYo Ma commands the Bowl It was reports Times classical music critic Mark Swed Fridays TV highlights 11th Annual ACM Honors on CBS Ed Stockly SERIES Masters of Illusion Ed Alonzo Scott Pepper Jason Bishop Tommy Wind Jarrett and Raja Murray SawChuck Adam Wylie “Picket Fences” and Jonathan Pendragon are the illusionists introduced by host Dean Cain 8 p m KTLA Diners DriveIns and Dives In Los Angeles Guy Fieri visits Grand Central Marc Masterson to depart as artistic director at South Coast Repertory Deborah Vankin Marc Masterson artistic director of South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa will leave his post when his contract expires at the end of the current season the theater announced Thursday evening The change was by “mutual agreement” between Masterson and South Coast Rep’s board of trustees the theater Photos view more MOVIES Instant prints from the L A Times photo studio at the Emmys Emmys Governors Ball sneak peek MOVIES Images from The Mountain Between Us MUSIC MTV Video Music Awards 2017 Show highlights MUSIC MTV Video Music Awards 2017 Red carpet arrivals MOVIES Buried Treasure A list of 25 overlooked films MUSIC Studio Instrument Rentals SIR ARTS & CULTURE Hamilton opens at Pantages Theatre TELEVISION Teen Choice Awards 2017 ARTS & CULTURE Hamilton moves to L A ARTS & CULTURE Hamilton touring company TELEVISION On set with the cast of Insecure HERO COMPLEX L A Times Photo Studio at ComicCon 2017 ENTERTAINMENT Who is the fairest ComicCon cosplayer of all You be the HERO COMPLEX ComicCon 2017 The Scene Documentary Red Trees takes an unusually artsy approach to Holocaust story Gary Goldstein It’s fair to say you’ve never seen a Holocaustrelated documentary like “Red Trees” which is not necessarily a plus Director Marina Willer who cowrote with Brian Eley and Leena Telén eschews the usual archival clips of marauding Nazis and concentration camp horrors to recount the story of Glenn Close why put up with this Thoroughly annoying guests wreak havoc on The Wilde Wedding Gary Goldstein How writerdirector Damian Harris the late actor Richard’s son wrangled so much talent for a film as inane and underachieving as “The Wilde Wedding” is anyone’s guess A dizzying array of surface characters connected by birth marriage exmarriage pending marriage or friendship gathers at the Angelina Jolies new film on the Khmer Rouge is impeccably made but will it get under your skin Kenneth Turan How do you depict a nightmare How do you recreate and do justice to events completely outside ordinary human experience Filmmakers who represent the Holocaust have dealt with this dilemma for decades and Angelina Jolie faces it in First They Killed My Father her examination of the nightmarish Horror film is one brutal but meaningless Ryde through L A Kimber Myers The dangers of the gig economy don’t merely reside in its lack of benefits for workers according to the horror movie “Ryde ” Apps that encourage trusting strangers with your life are also ripe for evil intent or at least for making unpleasant movies about it Ryde a new taxi service app is Documentaries that will get you moving Kenneth Turan The matchless excitement created by moving feet is at the heart of excellent documentaries scheduled for Los Angeles screens You may think youve seen all you want to about the Boston Marathon but “Boston” opening Sept 22 at the Laemmle Music Hall will change your mind Though it offers a The View From Here is an affecting drama despite a halfbaked restaurant subplot Katie Walsh It turns out a flawed film can still be profoundly affecting if it hits you in the right place on the right day as the romantic drama “The View From Here” proves Writerdirector Kellen Garner stars as one half of the estranged couple at the center of this story After two years apart Mark Garner Wetlands is a detective thriller so amateur its criminal Robert Abele Sodden with amateurishness “Wetlands” attempts to turn Atlantic City in December into a noir nexus of drugdealing surfers struggling moms and broken cops but instead merely claims a handful of good actors as unfortunate victims Adewale AkinnuoyeAgbaje glowers painfully as Babs a disgraced Karen Allen is a wonder but she deserves better than Year by the Sea Gary Goldstein It’s always a pleasure to behold Karen Allen her warmth and beauty undimmed since such early movies as “Animal House” and “A Small Circle of Friends ” Which makes it all the more depressing that she’s saddled with such a soggy lead role in “Year by the Sea” a groanworthy adaptation of Joan Anderson’s School Life goes inside an Irish boarding school for an unusually charming documentary Kenneth Turan School Life is as charming intimate and warmhearted an observational documentary as youd ever want to see Called In Loco Parentis when it captivated audiences at Sundance School Life is in some ways as straightforward as its new title as it takes us through Headfort School the only A film about onair suicides The Show is predictable and tonedeaf Kimber Myers Neither sharp enough to qualify as satire nor emotional enough to be a standard drama “The Show” exists in film purgatory Directed by “Breaking Bad” actor Giancarlo Esposito the movie attempts to comment on realityshow culture but it offers little insight beyond its illconceived premise Postcivil war era western Justice piles on the clichés Michael Rechtshaffen The words “Revenge has a new name” may appear on the poster but it’s all old hat where “Justice” is concerned A corny oater about a proverbial stranger who rides into an Old West town looking for the bad hombres who killed his brother Richard Gabai’s film is too preoccupied corralling all the Scifi Infinity Chamber goes on and on for a little too long Michael Rechtshaffen History has a way of repeating and repeating itself in “Infinity Chamber” a claustrophobic dystopian scifi thriller that plays “Memento”“Groundhog Day” mind games to ponderous effect Waking up to find himself detained in a subterranean fullyautomated highsecurity prison Frank Lerner Politics religion and humanity come into conflict in Egyptian drama Clash Kevin Crust In Egypt the Arab Spring of 2011 brought an end to a 30year regime and resulted in democratically elected change the following year By 2013 however the new president Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood had been removed from office by the country’s military triggering massive protests Horror film Against the Night sports a cool location but little else Kimber Myers The key to real estate success may be location location location but the same cannot be said for filmmaking Writerdirectorproducercinematographer Brian Cavallaro chose Philadelphia’s creepy Holmesburg Prison but unfortunately that’s where the innovation ends with this silly horror movie Hes lean Hes mean Hes angry And hes out to save the world in American Assassin Kenneth Turan Though unstoppable CIA killing machine Mitch Rapp made his fearsome reputation by being unconventional American Assassin takes the opposite tack The first film to be made from the late Vince Flynns hugely popular series of novels American Assassin is a serviceable workmanlike thriller

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