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Bayou Corne’s collapse among sinkholes examined by NOVA

Photo provided by WGBH -- The Bayou Corne sinkhole, seen here in October 2012, will be one of the suibjects of PBS' NOVA installment,, 'Sinkholes-Buried Alive.'

As Jeffrey Bush slept in his Florida home, a sinkhole opened beneath his bed one night in February 2013 and pulled him into the depths, never to be seen again. An entire community was abandoned in Pilatos, Spain, in the 1970s because of the continuing risk of sinkholes. And, in Bayou Corne, the slow deathContinue reading →

Baton Rouge couple will appear on ‘Steve Harvey’

NBC photo by -- GENIE LAVINE -- Steve Harvey, right, interviews Baton Rouge newlyweds Max and Bonnie Kate Zoghbi.

Baton Rouge newlyweds Bonnie Kate Pourciau Zoghbi and Max Zoghbi will tell their love story on “Steve Harvey” at 10 a.m. Tuesday on WAFB, Channel 9 (cable Channel 7), and 3 p.m. on WBXH, Channel 39 (cable Channel 16). The couple will appear as part of a new, recurring segment on the… Continue reading →

Review: ‘Whiplash’ is powerful and punishing

Sony Pictures Classics photo by Daniel McFadden -- Miles Teller, left, plays Andrew, and J.K. Simmons is Fletcher in the new drama 'Whiplash.'

J.K. Simmons won a Golden Globe for his performance in “Whiplash” as the music teacher from hell. The 59-year-old actor has appeared in more than 50 movies and many TV hits, but he’s best known as the matter-of-fact professor in comic Farmer’s Insurance commercials. In “Whiplash,” Simmons moves far beyond being to the point. And there’s nothing… Continue reading →

Review: Depp indulges inner clown in charmless ‘Mortdecai’

Lionsgate photo by DAVID APPLEBY -- Gywneth Paltrow, left, and Ewan McGregor star in 'Mortdecai,' opening Friday.

Any film credited with its own “mustache wrangler” really should have been much more fun than Johnny Depp’s latest misfiring action-comedy. Mostly set in contemporary England, but aiming for the zingy retro feel of a vintage Peter Sellers or Terry-Thomas feature from the Swinging Sixties, “Mortdecai” is an anachronistic mess that never succeeds in re-creating the breezy… Continue reading →

Review: ‘Boy Next Door’ way too predictable

This photo released by Universal Pictures shows, Ryan Guzman as Noah seducing Jennifer Lopez as Claire Peterson in a scene from the film,

No good adulterous affair goes unpunished in Hollywood movies. The latest proof is J.Lo starrer “The Boy Next Door,” a gender-reversing B-movie spin on “Fatal Attraction” that sets suburban family values against that one night of misguided, irresistible passion. An economically told popcorn pic built from horror-movie tropes, the film stars Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Guzman as, respectively,… Continue reading →

EBR Main Library to host preview of ‘EARTH: A New Wild’

Photo provided by Ami Vitale -- Dr. M. Sanjayan, a leading conservation scientist, visits with baby pandas in 'EARTH: A New Wild.'

The new five-part PBS series, “EARTH: A New Wild,” will be previewed at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the East Baton Rouge Parish Main Library, 7711 Goodwood Blvd. Louisiana Public Broadcasting and the library are hosts for the event. The series, premiering at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 4, on WLPB, Channel 27 (cable Channel 12), takes a… Continue reading →

Report: Tom Cruise in talks to play Baton Rouge's Adler 'Barry' Seal in new movie 'Mena'

Actor Tom Cruise poses with fans at the premiere of his new film

Tom Cruise may soon be playing drug informant Adler “Barry” Seal, who was gunned down outside a Baton Rouge halfway house in what prosecutors said was a hit ordered by the Medellin drug cartel, entertainment trade publication Variety reports. Screenwriter Gary Spinelli named the prospective film’s script “Mena,” after the Arkansas city where Seal… Continue reading →

An LSU student, retail manager, more: What to expect when you watch American Idol's New Orleans auditions Thursday night

Fox photo by MATTHIAS VRIENS-MCGRATH -- 'American Idol' judge Harry Connick Jr., third from left, is back in his hometown of New Orleans with host Ryan Seacrest and fellow judges Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban for Thursday's show.

Looking for talent for its 14th season, “American Idol” again headed to judge Harry Connick’s hometown, New Orleans, last summer. Continue reading →

‘Nightwatch’ takes over while New Orleans sleeps

A&E photo by RICHARD KNAPP -- EMTs Titus Tero, at back of gurney, and Dan Flynn, in front, are seen answering a call on A&Es new original series, 'Nightwatch.'

The debut episode of “Nightwatch” ends as it begins, with an unidentified woman’s chilling chant: “I have yet to see the rain fall on just one man’s house, and I will say a prayer for my city, because one day this rain will have to stop falling on New Orleans.” Her battle cry against the deadly… Continue reading →

USA Today box office report: Records fall during ‘American Sniper’s’ first weekend

In this image released by Warner Bros. Pictures, Kyle Gallner, left, and Bradley Cooper appear in a scene from

Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper took off during the holiday weekend smashing January records as it reeled in $90 million in box office receipts in three days. The previous record had been James Cameron’s Avatar, which tallied $68 million during the same time period in 2010. Continue reading full story at USAToday.Com.Continue reading →

‘American Sniper’ a character-driven military drama

Photo by Keith Bernstein -- Bradley Cooper stars as Chris Kyle in 'American Sniper.'

“American Sniper” joins the earlier “Zero Dark Thirty” and “The Hurt Locker” as one of the most incisive military dramas of the post-9/11 era. Clint Eastwood, the 84-year-old Oscar-winning director of “Unforgiven” and “Million Dollar Baby,” helms the film, a tense, action-filled story of war abroad and trouble at home, with an unflinching hand.… Continue reading →

Kevin Hart rings wedding bells with ‘Wedding Ringer’

Screen Gems photo by MATT KENNEDY-- Kevin Hart, left, and Josh Gad star in 'The Wedding Ringer.'

Kevin Hart is a brand name. Employing his rapid-fire delivery and manic, irreverent presence, he’s in the driver’s seat again for his latest comedy romp, “The Wedding Ringer.” The standout star of such previous films as “Think Like a Man,” “Think Like a Man Too” and “About Last Night,” Hart largely sticks to what worked for… Continue reading →

‘Blackhat’ botches shot at great cyberdrama

Universal Pictures photo by Frank Connor -- Chris Hemsworth, left, and Chen Lien star in the cybercrime action movie ‘Blackhat.’

Following the recent cyberattack on Sony Pictures, months of attacks against major retailers and this week’s strike against the United States Central Command’s Twitter account, hacking and cybercrime are ripe for dramatization. But “Blackhat,” a shaky action flick directed by Michael Mann (“Heat,” “The Insider,” “Public Enemies”), botches its shot at being the of-the-moment… Continue reading →

Carell is unforgettable villain in ‘Foxcatcher’

Photo by SCOTT GARFIELD -- Steve Carell, left, is John du Pont and Channing Tatum plays Mark Schultz in 'Foxcatcher.'

“Foxcatcher” tells a strange, tragic, based-in-fact story about an eccentric multi-millionaire and the Olympic gold medal-winning brothers he tears apart. Steve Carell, who gained famed through comic TV and film work prior to his recent dramatic roles, solemnly assumes the part of John Eleuthère du Pont, a man of privilege and member of a powerful American… Continue reading →

‘Baggage On The Road’ to feature LSU students

Photo provided by Game Show Network -- Kourtney Outlaw, far left. must choose among potential dates, third from left, Anthony Ferguson, Kyle Ruhe and Francisco Garcia, on the dating show 'Baggage on the Road. Jerry Springer, second from left, is the host.

GSN’s new series “Baggage On The Road” hits the LSU campus in Wednesday’s episode at 8:30 p.m. (cable Channel 221 in Baton Rouge and Lafayette). Host Jerry Springer introduces viewers to the show and the campus, before the episode moves inside for the dating game featuring four LSU students. More campus and downtown Baton Rouge sites are… Continue reading →

Actor John Schneider to lead workshop in Holden

Photo by Talon Tarter -- John Schneider goews over a script while filming a movie at John Schneider Studios in Holden.

Actor, writer and director John Schneider will lead a weekend screenwriting workshop at John Schneider Studios in Holden. Schneider, star of OWN’s “The Haves and the Have Nots,” is most-known for his role as Bo Duke in the late ’70s/early ’80s TV series “The Dukes of Hazzard.” After shooting a few movies in Louisiana… Continue reading →

Film, TV actor Bruce Campbell among stars at this weekend’s Comic Con

Advocate staff photo by MATTHEW HINTON -- A green alien from 'Star Trek' parades with the Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus, a science fiction themed Mardi Gras Krewe, at the Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con in New Orleans in 2014.

Bruce Campbell has 114 acting credits plus dozens of producer, director and writer credits. Despite his vast and varied film and TV work, Campbell’s starring role as Ashley J. “Ash” Williams in horror master Sam Raimi’s “Evil Dead” film trilogy dominates the many Comic Con appearances he makes throughout the country. “They’ve been relentless,” the actor… Continue reading →

Jewish Film Festival opens Wednesday

Photo provided by Baton Rouge Jewish Film Festival -- 'The Sturgeon Queens'

The Baton Rouge Jewish Festival will present six films Wednesday through Sunday, Jan. 18, at the Manship Theatre. Offering feature-length films and documentaries, the ninth annual festival will highlight issues, traditions, challenges and characters. The festival will also feature special guests. 7 p.m. Wednesday Continue reading →

Review: Anderson masterfully brings ‘Inherent Vice’ to the screen

Photo provided by Warner Bros. Pictures -- Joaquin Phoenix, left, and Josh Brolin star in 'Inherent Vice.'

The scene: Los Angeles, 1970. The characters: a hippie private eye; his imperiled ex-girlfriend; a Los Angeles police detective who longs for celebrity; a musician and snitch who’s supposed to be dead; a supposedly straight deputy D.A. who spends her evenings with the pot-smoking hippie private eye; and many more. In “Inherent Vice,”… Continue reading →

Review: ‘Selma’ a history lesson that throbs with the present

Photo by ATSUSHI NISHIJIMA -- From left, André Holland as Andrew Young, David Oyelowo as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and New Orleans native Wendell Pierce as the Rev. Hosea Williams are featured in a scene from 'Selma.'

To say Ava DuVernay’s “Selma” feels relevant is a mammoth understatement. It’s altogether animated, propelled and enlivened by its contemporary urgency. “Selma” is a history lesson that throbs with today. DuVernay, a former publicist with two low-budget dramas to her name, dramatizes the events around the 1965 Civil Rights march through Alabama, from Selma to Montgomery,… Continue reading →

Runaway PBS hit to return Sunday

Photo provided by Louisiana Public Broadcasting --- Just as Simon Bricker, played by Richard E. Grant, and Lady Cora, played Elizabeth McGovern, dine in the formal dining room, so did Pat Alford and her sister, Judy LeBlanc.

If you’ve been missing the Crawley family, fret no more. “Downton Abbey,” the hit series from PBS, returns Sunday. And the word “hit” is an understatement. Debuting in January 2011, audiences for the early 20th century, England-set drama have continued to swell, with Season 4 drawing an average audience of 13.2 million viewers,… Continue reading →

Film society showing advance screening of 'Selma'

Photo by ATSUSHI NISHIJIMA -- Left to right, foreground: Colman Domingo plays Ralph Abernathy, David Oyelowo plays Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., André Holland plays Andrew Young, and Stephan James plays John Lewis in 'Selma.'

The Louisiana Film Society will present the Louisiana premiere of the civil rights drama “Selma” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 8, at Cinemak Perkins Rowe in Baton Rouge. Presented in cooperation with Cinemark Theatres and Paramount Pictures, the screening is free of charge to moviegoers who register for admission at the film society’s Continue reading →

Series highlights Lafayette restaurant

Photo by Tim Arnold -- The cioppino stew at Jolie's Bistro is a garlicky tomato-based fish soup filled with large shrimp, mussels, fish and baby scallops.

Jolie’s Bistro in Lafayette will be featured on the National Geographic Channel series “Eric Greenspan is Hungry” at 6 p.m. Monday. Additional airings are at 1 p.m. Tuesday and 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 5. In the series, well-known Los Angeles chef and restaurateur Greenspan travels the country with his best friend and sidekick, Captain… Continue reading →

‘Into the Woods’ can’t conjure magic of its fairytale source material

Photo by Peter Mountain -- The Baker (James Corden) and his Wife (Emily Blunt) meet Jack (Daniel Huttlestone) and his cow, Milky Way, in Disney's 'Into the Woods.'

The film adaptation of composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim’s and playwright James Lapine’s fairytale-upside-down musical, “In the Woods,” has all the ingredients of an awards-courting prestige production. Oscar-, Grammy-, Golden Globe- and Tony-winning talent toils in front and behind the camera. Lapine wrote the screenplay. Big names fill the cast. And the film, photographed by Oscar winner… Continue reading →

Turing biopic ‘Imitation Game’ among year’s best

The Weinstein Company photo by Jack English -- Keira Knightley, from left, Matthew Beard, Matthew Goode, Benedict Cumberbatch, seated, and Allen Leech appear in a scene from 'The Imitation Game.'

Alan Turing, an ingenious British mathematician, cryptanalyst and, as presented in “The Imitation Game,” difficult personality, seems an unlikely hero. Yet the history-based Turing biopic convincingly portrays this conflicted bundle of brilliance and repression as a key player in the Allies’ World War II victory. British actor Benedict Cumberbatch gives an empathy-stirring performance as Turing. A… Continue reading →

‘The Babadook’ a brilliantly creepy film

Photo provided by IFC Films -- Essie Davis, left, and Noah Wiseman star in a scene from the horror film ‘The Badadook.’

Six-year-old Samuel’s disruptive, dangerous behavior convinces his school that he’s a child out of control. The school’s administration wants to separate the boy from the other children. His single-parent mother, Amelia, will have none of it. She pulls her child out of school instead. Increasingly, though, in Amelia’s own interactions with Samuel, he’s becoming a problem… Continue reading →

Review: Don’t bet on this oddly lifeless ‘Gambler’ remake

In this image released by Paramount Pictures, Mark Wahlberg appears in a scene from

“If you’re not a genius, don’t bother,” the English professor played by Mark Walhberg in “The Gambler” blithely tells his students. That should be one clue that you’re not gonna like this guy. But there’s a bigger problem with that line, because it inadvertently makes us think: If you’re not doing a genius remake of an old… Continue reading →

Artist’s biopic ‘Big Eyes’ doesn’t show the full picture

Photo by LEAH GALLO -- Amy Adams plays artist Margaret Keane in 'Big Eyes.'

Margaret Keane’s paintings of melancholy waifs with faces punctuated by big, dark, comically sad eyes were among the 1960s’ most famous images. In “Big Eyes,” director Tim Burton and screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski tell the story behind the big eyes. But their Keane biopic feels tentative and incomplete, especially alongside Burton’s 1994 biopic about… Continue reading →

‘Unbroken’s’ tale of survival against all odds leaves hows and whys unanswered

Photo provided by Universal Pictures -- The Bird (Miyavi) torments Louis 'Louie' Zamperini (Jack O'Connell in 'Unbroken.'

The Angelina Jolie-directed World War II drama “Unbroken” tells a very human story. Louis “Louie” Zamperini, a former high school track star and Olympic athlete, joins the U.S. Army Air Corps and becomes a bombardier in the Pacific. Later, Zamperini, played by British actor Jack O’Connell, is one of only three crew members who survive their… Continue reading →

Review: Expanded ‘Curfew’ becomes downbeat version of ‘After Hours’

Photo provided by IFC -- Shawn Christensen, right, and Fatima Ptacek are featured in a scene from 'Before I Disappear.'

Shawn Christensen, writer-director of “Before I Disappear,” also stars in this dreary New York City-set redemption drama. “Before I Disappear” is based on Christensen’s short film, “Curfew,” which won an Oscar last year for best short film. “Curfew’s” expansion into the feature-length “Before I Disappear,” however, comes up short. Christensen plays Richie, a vaguely angry, sad… Continue reading →

Chef Sánchez and friends bring new ‘Taco Trip’ series to N.O.

Photo provided by Cooking Channel -- Chefs Aaron Sanchez, right, and John Besh prepare to taste a squash blossom taco, a taco with Burrata cheese, pico de gallo and herb pesto on a flour tortilla, one of the dishes on the menu at Johnny Sanchez, their taqueria in New Orleans.

Tacos trending in New Orleans? Definitely, chef Aarón Sánchez says. Host of the new Cooking Channel show “Taco Trip,” Sánchez heads to his part-time home, the Crescent City, for Tuesday’s episode, visiting taco trucks, taquerias and his new Poydras Street restaurant, Johnny Sánchez. He owns the 2-month-old eatery, and another location in Baltimore, with… Continue reading →

Southern film critics name ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ top film

Photo provided by Fox Searchlight -- Ralph Fiennes, left, and Tony Revolori star in 'The Grand Budapest Hotel.'

The Southeastern Film Critics Association named “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” writer-director Wes Anderson’s ensemble comedy set in central Europe between the world wars, its top movie of 2014. Writer-director Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood,” an epic story of a boy filmed over a 12-year period, placed second in SEFCA’s Top 10 and Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu’s “Birdman,”… Continue reading →

‘Annie’ remake adds modern touches

Columbia Pictures photo by BARRY WETCHER -- Miss Hannigan (Cameron Diaz), Pepper (Amanda Troya), Mia (Nicolette Pierini), Mrs. Kovacevic (Stephanie Kurtzuba), Stacks (Jamie Foxx), Annie (Quvenzhane Wallis) and Grace (Rose Byrne) sing 'Tomorrow' in 'Annie.'

“Annie,” the Depression era-set Broadway musical previously adapted into a 1982 film and 1999 TV movie, gets its biggest makeover yet with the 2014 film version of the story. Houma native Quvenzhané Wallis, the 11-year-old actress who received an Oscar nomination for her performance in 2012’s Louisiana-set drama, “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” stars… Continue reading →

‘Annie’ star Quvenzhané Wallis talks about acting, school and future dreams

Invision/AP photo by EVAN AGOSTINI -- Actress Quvenzhane Wallis attends the world premiere of  'Annie' at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York Dec. 7.

Quvenzhané Wallis, the 11-year-old actress who received an Oscar nomination for her performance in the Louisiana-set fable “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” wants to make acting a career. An animal lover who travels with her tiny Yorkie poodle, Sammie, she wants to be a veterinarian, too. In Wallis’ latest movie, a new film adaptation of the… Continue reading →

Director guides Witherspoon’s troubled character down rocky road

Fox Searchlight photo by ANNE MARIE FOX -- Reese Witherspoon, left, and director Jean-Marc Vallee film on location for the new film 'Wild.'

As a troubled young woman in “Wild,” Reese Witherspoon has earned Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominations and is a frontrunner for a best actress Oscar nomination. Canada’s Jean-Marc Vallée directed Witherspoon, an Oscar winner for her role in 2005’s “Walk the Line,” in the acclaimed new drama, which opens Friday in Baton Rouge and… Continue reading →

Witherspoon earns best actress nominations with moving ‘Wild’

Fox Searchlight photo by ANNE MARIE FOX -- Reese Witherspoon plays a young woman on an epic journey in 'Wild.'

Redemption movies often aren’t as inspirational as they’d like to be. They are more likely chores to watch. Not so “Wild.” The immersive, moving “Wild” is among the best redemption movies. Reese Witherspoon plays Cheryl Strayed, a reckless young woman who’s reached the edge of a psychological cliff. After a troubled life that includes a failed marriage,… Continue reading →

Sweet ‘Night at the Museum’ bids farewell to Williams

Twentieth Century Fox photo by Kerry Brown -- From left, Atilla the Hun (Patrick Gallagher), Teddy Roosevelt (Robin Williams), Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) and Ahkmenrah (Rami Malek) react to an unexpected turn of events in 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb.'

Take heed: There are at least two acutely sad moments involving Robin Williams’ Teddy Roosevelt in the latest “Night at the Museum.” The movie, subtitled “Secret of the Tomb,” is imbued with the unshakable inevitability that even though we’re still having fun, it’s time to move on—a narrative made only more poignant by Williams’s sudden and shocking… Continue reading →

Battle rejoined in action-packed ‘Hobbit’ finale

Photo by MARK POKORNY -- Martin Freeman stars as Bilbo Baggins in 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.'

The three-part saga centered upon title character Bilbo Baggins reaches a furious finale in “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.” Following 2012’s “An Unexpected Journey” and 2013’s “The Desolation of Smaug,” “The Battle of the Five Armies” is the most action-saturated of the lot. In addition to the film’s five armies, various… Continue reading →

Louisiana singer competes for ‘Voice’ title; winner to be announced Tuesday night

NBC photo by TYLER GOLDEN -- Damien Lawson, of Monroe, performs on a previous episode of NBC's 'The Voice.'

Damien Lawson, of Monroe, may be the next “Voice.” Lawson will sing up against his fellow three finalists on NBC’s reality musical competition series “The Voice” from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday. The winner will be announced during Tuesday night’s 8 p.m to 10 p.m. finale. Lawson is part of “The Voice’s” Team Adam… Continue reading →

Chris Rock’s stand-up comes to life in ‘Top Five’

Paramount Pictures photo by ALI PAIGE GOLDSTEIN -- Gabrielle Union, left, and Chris Rock share a scene in 'Top Five.'

Writer-director Chris Rock is not Andre Allen, the stand-up comedian turned movie star lead of “Top Five.” But, it’s almost impossible to watch his latest effort, a cutting comedy about showbiz, creativity and ambition, and not wonder what material Rock took from his own life. While that’s a fun and compelling draw, thankfully, it’s only… Continue reading →

Review: ‘Exodus’ plagued by casting, script issues

This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Joel Edgerton in a scene from

To what do we owe the second coming of the biblical epic? A genre that was once as moldy as stale communion wafers has been reborn this year, first with Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah” and now with Ridley Scott’s “Exodus: Gods & Kings.” The resurrection is partly to capitalize on the faith-based moviegoing audience and partly because the… Continue reading →

Chef John Folse’s new series “Hooks, Lie & Alibis” previewed in LPB’s Winterfest campaign

Photo provided by Don Perdue/WNET -- Luciano Pavarotti performs at Madison Square Garden.

Louisiana Public Broadcasting’s Winterfest 2014 membership campaign continues through Sunday. Special programming this week includes a preview of chef John Folse’s new “Taste of Louisiana” series titled “Hooks, Lie & Alibis” at 7 p.m. Thursday. The well-known Cajun and Creole chef will be in the LPB studios for the preview. Based… Continue reading →

‘The Congress’ is chaotic feast of ideas

Photo provided by Drafthouse Films -- Robin Wright plays a version of herself in 'The Congress.'

A movie that’s largely hallucination translated into film and animation, “The Congress” presents questions and observations in childlike, otherworldly ways. It’s a drama, it’s a cartoon, playful and sad, satirical and moving. All these things and a chaotic visual feast as well. “The Congress” is about many things. It takes vicious aim at Hollywood and… Continue reading →

Documentary revisits death of Huey P. Long

Associated Press file photo -- Sen. Huey P. Long addresses students at LSU in Baton Rouge on Nov. 12, 1934 The official story surrounding Long's assassination is questioned in the new film, '61 Bullets,'  showing at 7 p.m. Friday at the Manship Theatre.

In “61 Bullets,” Austin filmmakers David Modigliani and Lucy Kreutz revisit the assassination of populist Louisiana politician Huey P. Long. On Sept. 8, 1935, the former governor and then U.S. senator was shot in a marble hallway of the Louisiana State Capitol. Instantly, the senator’s bodyguards fired 60 bullets into Dr. Carl Weiss, the… Continue reading →