Toronto Blue Jays trade Russell Martin to L.A. Dodgers for prospects

An off-season of change continued for the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday as the team dealt catcher Russell Martin to the Los Angeles Dodgers for a pair of minor-league prospects. The move came a month after the Blue Jays gave another high-priced veteran — shortstop Troy Tulowitzki — his release. Like the Tulowitzki decision, Toronto […]

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‘L.A. Confidential’ TV Series Wisely Adds Walton Goggins

There’s only one problem when you cast Walton Goggins. Once he shows up, you spend the rest of the movie/show waiting for him to come back. Thankfully, CBS’ upcoming small screen take on L.A. Confidential won’t have that problem – he’ll be playing one of the lead characters. Variety reports that Goggins has landed the role […]

L.A. Confidential Adaptation Leads CBS' Four New Drama Pilot Orders

Yes, yet another ’90s favorite is getting turned into a new TV pilot. (But hey, at least it’s not an old TV show this time.) CBS has ordered a quartet of new drama pilots for the 2018-19 TV season, TVLine has learned, led by L.A. Confidential, a new take on the James Ellroy detective novel […]

‘Bright’ Director David Ayer on Creating a Fantasy L.A. for Netflix [Interview]

It’s hard to argue that Netflix isn’t directly competing with Hollywood studios when the new Will Smith movie premieres on the streaming service. After making original films with megastars Adam Sandler and Brad Pitt, Netflix closes the year out with Bright, a cop drama reuniting Smith with his Suicide Squad director David Ayer. Well, it’s not quite […]

‘The Shape of Water,’ ‘Three Billboards’ Join Usual Winners in L.A. Film Critics Association Awards

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association handed out its year-end awards over the weekend, continuing the parade of honors for Call Me By Your Name, The Florida Project, and The Disaster Artist while bringing two new titles into The Awards Conversation™. Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water and Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, […]

U.S.-spec 2018 Hyundai Kona bows in L.A.

Earlier this year, Hyundai revealed its first entry into the increasingly competitive compact crossover segment with the 2018 Kona. That car, though, wasn’t configured for the North American market, and it was unclear what sort of specs it would have in the U.S. Now we have an answer to that question, as Hyundai unveils the […]