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Comedian and Curb Your Enthusiasm Alum Richard Lewis Is Selling His L.A. Home for $1.5 Million

Comedian and Curb Your Enthusiasm Alum Richard Lewis Is Selling His L.A. Home for $1.5 Million
Comedian, actor and writer Richard Lewis is letting go of a stylish Los Angeles home for a relatively modest $1.559 million.

The two-bedroom, two-bath home was built in 1926, the same year the nearby Chateau Marmont and Sunset Tower first opened their doors, the listing points out. But it’s not just the neighborhood that has Old Hollywood ties: the property was previously owned by screen legend Eddie Albert, who starred in Roman Holiday and The Heartbreak Kid among others.

Prospective residents will find an open-air living room with a wet bar well-suited for a Hollywood lifestyle, old or new. Multiple terraces
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Exclusive Portrait: A Happy ‘Halloween’ from Jamie Lee Curtis

Chicago – It was 38 years ago that the seminal horror film “Halloween” was released, and its impact made a star out of the heroine in the film, Jamie Lee Curtis. Curtis was in the Chicago area in September to promote her new children’s book, “This is Me: The Story of Who and Where We Came From,” (illustrated by Laura Cornell).

Happy Halloween! Jamie Lee Curtis at Anderson’s Book Shop in Naperville, Illinois

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The New Book by Jamie Lee Curtis

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Jamie Lee Curtis is the daughter of Hollywood “It” couple Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis, and lived with her mother after her parents split in 1962. She lasted one semester at the University of the Pacific (Stockton, California), before pursuing a career in acting. In 1977 she made her TV debut on the series “Columbo,” but made her
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Gary Indiana’s Great Material

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Gary Indiana’s Great Material
Writers have a hard time controlling what they’re known for: It could be the wrong book, or no book at all but instead some provocation, feud, love affair, scandal, or autopsy. In his new memoir, I Can Give You Anything But Love, Gary Indiana laments that a young reporter profiling him seems mostly interested in “the art criticism I wrote for three years in the mid-1980s ... a bunch of yellowing newspaper columns I never republished and haven’t cared about for a second since writing them a quarter century ago.” A memoir, of course, is an opportunity to shift the emphasis. But it’s no surprise that a crucial player in the East Village art scene of the '80s — an era that’s attracted acute nostalgia as one of the last gasps of downtown authenticity, and a phase when there were still giants in the pages of
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Slideshow: Comedian Richard Lewis on His New Book ‘Reflections From Hell’

Previous | Image 1 of 4 | NextThe new book from Richard Lewis is ‘Reflections From Hell.’

Chicago – The “Prince of Pain” was in Chicago recently. Richard Lewis, the overtly introspective and hilarious stand up comedian, has written a new book – “Reflections From Hell” – and appeared at Chicago’s City Winery, plus sold out two shows at the legendary Zanies comedy club.

The Brooklyn-born Lewis began performing stand-up comedy in late 1970s. After making numerous appearances on David Letterman in the 1980s, he landed on the sitcom “Anything But Love” in 1989, which ran for four seasons. Other TV projects include “Daddy Dearest,” Showtime’s “Rude Awakening,” and a recurring role (as himself) on “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Films include “Robin Hood: Men in Tights,” “Once Upon a Crime” and “Leaving Las Vegas.” He popularized the phrase “The _____ from hell,” which contributed to the title of his new book, “Reflections from Hell.”

Photographer Joe Arce of HollywoodChicago.
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'NCIS: New Orleans' is staging a 'Quantum Leap' reunion

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'NCIS: New Orleans' is staging a 'Quantum Leap' reunion
NCIS: New Orleans” is staging a “Quantum Leap” reunion Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell will be reunited when Stockwell plays a retired cop who’s confronted about a murder from 40 years ago. Neil Patrick Harris: I don’t want to host an Oscars that is "super derivative of other shows that I’ve done" "I don’t want it to seem like I’m doing the same award hosting gig that I did on the Tonys, just now on a different stage,” he says. "And I think they don’t want that, either … It’s the biggest sandbox in the world. If you say, 'I think that I should do a thing with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.' Because it’s the Oscars, do they say yes? Because they would say no for the Tonys … I want to also just make sure that it’s a classy event.
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Jamie Lee Curtis to headline CBS drama pilot

Jamie Lee Curtis to headline CBS drama pilot
Jamie Lee Curtis is the latest film star to migrate to a potential starring gig on CBS primetime.

Curtis has been cast in an untitled medical pilot from David Marshall Grant (Brothers & Sisters) that has her playing Caroline, the doctor-mom of quadruplets who grew up on a reality show. The drama script that’s in contention for fall 2014 is based on the Israeli format, Ran Quartet, and has been described as a soapy series.

The last time Curtis — who did an arc as Dr. Samantha Ryan on NCIS in 2012 — had a series regular role on TV was in Anything But Love
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Jamie Lee Curtis Joins CBS’s New Drama Pilot

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Jamie Lee Curtis Joins CBS’s New Drama Pilot
Jamie Lee Curtis has just gained four kids. On television, anyway. Curtis has joined CBS’s untitled drama pilot from David Marshall Grant (“Brothers & Sisters”), a soapy medical show centered around quadruplets – three brothers and a sister – who grew up on a reality show. Also read: Jamie Lee Curtis Opens Up About Addiction After Philip Seymour Hoffman Death Curtis will play Caroline, the siblings’ mother, a dynamic and distinguished physician who runs a hospital. The show marks Curtis’ first starring role on a TV show since 1989, when she appeared as a series regular on ABC’s sitcom “Anything But Love.
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Jamie Lee Curtis To Star In CBS’ David Marshall Grant Drama Pilot

After years of trying, Jamie Lee Curtis has been lured to do a pilot. The True Lies and Halloween alumna is set to star in CBS’ untitled David Marshall Grant drama pilot, from CBS TV Studios and Timberman-Beverly. The soapy medical show, based on an Israeli format, revolves around quadruplets – three brothers and a sister – who grew up on a reality show. Curtis will play their mother, Caroline, a dynamic and distinguished physician who now runs the hospital. This marks Curtis’ first series regular role since 1989′s Anything But Love. It expands her relationship with CBS and CBS TV Studios, where she recently did an arc on NCIS. CAA-repped Curtis was recently attached to a horror drama project at ABC Family with her Halloween H20 director Steve Miner. She also has been recurring on Fox’s New Girl. Grant penned the script for the CBS pilot, which he exec produces with Sarah Timberman,
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Maureen O’Hara, Richard Dreyfuss, Mel Brooks and Margaret O’Brien Join Lineup for 2014 TCM Classic Film Festival

Turner Classic Movies (TCM) has added an exciting roster of screen legends and beloved titles to the 2014 TCM Classic Film Festival, including appearances by Maureen O’Hara, Mel Brooks and Margaret O’Brien, plus a two-film tribute to Academy Award®-winner Richard Dreyfuss. Marking its fifth year, the TCM Classic Film Festival will take place April 10-13, 2014, in Hollywood. The gathering will coincide with TCM’s 20th anniversary as a leading authority in classic film.

O’Hara will present the world premiere restoration of John Ford’s Oscar®-winning Best Picture How Green Was My Valley (1941), while Brooks will appear at a screening of his western comedy Blazing Saddles (1974). O’Brien will be on-hand for Vincente Minnelli’s perennial musical favorite Meet Me in St. Louis (1944), starring Judy Garland. The tribute to Dreyfuss will consist of a double feature of two of his most popular roles: his Oscar®-winning performance
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'Halloween': Jamie Lee Curtis would like you to have the greatest Michael Myers mask ever

'Halloween': Jamie Lee Curtis would like you to have the greatest Michael Myers mask ever
There are great Halloween movies, but then there is Halloween. John Carpenter’s 1978 slasher movie, about an escaped lunatic wearing a white William Shatner mask and wrecking havoc on a small town, had a terrifying villain, a spine-tingling score, and the perfect young heroine. Jamie Lee Curtis was only 19 years old when she starred as Laurie Strode, the wholesome babysitter who becomes the target of Michael Myers’ sister obsession. It was an iconic genre role — not unlike the one her mother, Janet Leigh, played in Psycho — and she spent the next few years being chased and screaming in movies like The Fog and Prom Night.
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DVD Review: Anger Management – Season One

Anger Management: Season One

Stars: Charlie Sheen, Shawnee Smith, Selma Blair, Daniela Bobadilla, Noureen DeWulf, Michael Arden, Derek Richardson, Barry Corbin, Brett Butler | Created by Bruce Helford

Opening with a to-camera monologue that is seemingly inspired by, and ripped directly from, his life, Anger Management features Charlie Sheen as therapist Charlie Goodson, an ex-baseball player who specialises in anger management therapy whilst battling his own anger issues. He has a successful private practice, holding sessions with his group of primary patient regulars each week, as well as performing volunteer counselling for an inmate group at a state prison. His life is further complicated by his relationships with his own therapist/best friend with benefits (Blair), his ex-wife (Smith), and their 13-year-old daughter (Bobadilla).

Anger Management comes from creator Bruce Helford, whose career has spanned such sitcoms as Family Ties, Anything But Love, The Norm Show and The Drew Carey Show
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New Girl Scoop: Look Who's Playing Jess' Folks!

New Girl Scoop: Look Who's Playing Jess' Folks!
If you’ve ever wondered just what blend of genes created New Girl‘s quirky Jess, you’re about to find out.

Rob Reiner and Jamie Lee Curtis have been cast as Bob and Joan, parents of Zooey Deschanel‘s Jess, TVLine has learned.

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We’ll meet Mom and Dad Day in the Thanksgiving episode, when Jess attempts to get her divorced folks to reunite, Parent Trap-style. (Though the show apparently chose to go a different route from TVLine’s suggestions, we have to say: We approve.)

As previously reported,
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The Case of the Missing Garden Gnome and Comedic Subtlety: A Short Film Review

*full disclosure: a screener was provided by director Alberto Belli.

Director: Alberto Belli.

Writer: Joe Swanson.

Cast: Rob Benedict, Marti Kass and Holly Fulger.

Noir is not just about black and white, desolation and the modern detective novel. Quite often, these films are about the isolation the weary P.I. faces and his outlook on life is often bleak. Sometimes, this individual simply needs a little spice in his life, or his funny bone tickled.

In The Case of the Missing Garden Gnome (Cmgg), this genre gets a stylish update. It’s like watching an episode of "Magnum P.I." near the end of its run, when the production team and cast decided that they should have fun with conventions. Here, this short film project is a light-hearted look at the life of Seamus Biggs (Rob Benedict), a gumshoe looking for a case that will make his career. He has
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sCare Foundation to Honor Jamie Lee Curtis with the 2011 Humanitarian Award

Jamie Lee Curtis has paved the way for many an actress in our industry and is without question one of the single most admired women to ever grace the silver screen. This October Curtis will be revered for her hard work by the sCare Foundation.

From the Press Release

This Halloween the sCare Foundation will honor award-winning actress Jamie Lee Curtis with the 2011 Humanitarian Award at its inaugural fundraising event on October 30, 2011. An evening filled with entertainment, dancing and an exciting auction, the event will be held at the Conga Room L.A. Live and will benefit the Champion Fund at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to support the life-saving programs of the Hollywood Homeless Youth Project (Hhyp).

“Jamie is the perfect recipient for this award,” said sCare Foundation founder Malek Akkad. “She is constantly giving back to the community through her work with children, AIDS charities and those in recovery.
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NCIS Scoop! Jamie Lee Curtis to Share 'Sparks' With Gibbs In November Sweeps Arc

NCIS Scoop! Jamie Lee Curtis to Share 'Sparks' With Gibbs In November Sweeps Arc
NCIS will serve up some Freaky Tuesdays when Jamie Lee Curtis guest-stars in a pair of November sweeps episodes, sharing scenes — and on-screen sparks! — with her Freaky Friday fiancé, Mark Harmon.

In what’s being billed as a special two-parter, Curtis will play Charlotte Ryan, a strong, opinionated career woman from the Office of the Inspector General in the Department of Defense. The character is also described as someone who will spar with Gibbs and the team like never before, so “don’t be surprised if there are sparks between Gibbs and Ryan,” says NCIS executive producer Gary Glasberg. “We’re expecting some real chemistry.
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