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July 25, 2011 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Cowboys & Aliens premiered to a star-studded and fan-filled crowd Saturday night at Comic-Con in San Diego. Stars Harrison Ford , Daniel Craig , Olivia Wilde , Sam Rockwell , and Keith Carradine walked a red carpet flanked by fans who won a chance to see the premiere at the four-day convention, which ended Sunday. Director Jon Favreau and producers Steven Spielberg , Ron Howard , and Brian Grazer also got cheers on the carpet, bringing a taste of Hollywood to San Diego.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 8, 2014 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Let's sing two Soprano Kristine Opolais got to bed at 5 a.m. Saturday after performing her first Madama Butterfly for the Metropolitan Opera. Just 21/2 hours later, she was awakened by Met general manager Peter Gelb : Could she take over a simulcast performance of Puccini's La Boheme that afternoon? Opolais said no - but five minutes later she changed her mind, and on Saturday, she became the first singer in the Met's 131-year history to make two major-role debuts within a day. She was seen by 4,000 people live and 200,000-plus viewers around the world.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 18, 2008 | By JEROME MAIDA For the Daily News
America and the world needs Captain America more than ever. That seems to be the overwhelming sentiment of not only the Marvel Universe and comic fans but many in the "real world" such as Bill O'Reilly who lamented the death of Steve Rogers and his star-spangled alter-ego last year. Surprisingly, "Captain America" has not only continued without its title character but with the superb scripting of Ed Brubaker, has actually gotten better. Brubaker sees the "Death of Captain America" as a story with three acts.
NEWS
August 10, 1987 | By Ann Kolson, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Big Edsel Band is not the best-looking band around. Or the best. Or the most original. Or the most successful. But, wait: Does Bon Jovi have its own comic book? The Big Edsel Band - five local guys who play oldies - has been captured for all time on the pages of a comic book. Now sold only in specialty stores, Big Edsel Band, the comic, will be at newsstands and in convenience stores nationwide come fall. How did this happen? And why? "They're a funny-looking band, they look like a cartoon," says veteran cartoonist Frank McLaughlin, whose idea this was. He has been drawing comic superheroes such as Superman and Captain America for 25 years; this is his first venture, artistically speaking, into the real world of small-time musicians.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 8, 2007 | By JEROME MAIDA For the Daily News
When it was first announced that Marvel had asked David Morrell - the man who introduced John Rambo to the world in the novel "First Blood" - to write a Captain America story, there was instant buzz: The man who created what became one of cinema's most popular soldiers would be telling a tale starring the character many believe to be the symbol of the ultimate American soldier. Once it was announced that Morrell would set his story in present-day Afghanistan, many in the overwhelmingly liberal comics community started dismissing the book.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 17, 2016 | By Howard Gensler, Staff Writer
When you're A global celebrity married to a global celebrity and partnered with a British clothing billionaire, what, if any, responsibility do you have to the poor Sri Lankans who produce your overpriced casual line? That's the question we'd like to ask Beyonce and her business partner Sir Philip Green after London's Sun on Sunday reported that the Sri Lankan factory workers who make Beyonce's Ivy Park clothes make a whopping $6.17 per day - about $125 per month.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 5, 2007 | By JEROME MAIDA For the Daily News
"Black Panther" (aka T'Challa) was the first black superhero in mainstream comic-book history and remains one of the most prolific. He has long been one of the more popular members of Marvel's "Mightiest Heroes," the Avengers. But Marvel's various attempts to give the character his own title have ultimately failed - and one of the major reasons is that the character has never seemed integral to the Marvel Universe the way characters like Captain America and Spider-Man are. Until now. Thanks to writer Reggie Hudlin (director and writer of the movie "House Party")
ENTERTAINMENT
March 19, 2007 | By JEROME MAIDA For the Daily News
WHEN MARVEL first announced "Civil War: The Confession," I was a bit underwhelmed. The idea of the one-shot, a conversation between Captain America and Iron Man - in which we would learn a secret about Civil War - did not seem terribly exciting. Toss in the fact that Brian Michael Bendis - a talented writer who, at his worst, would rather write endless dialogue at the expense of pacing and action - and you had a book that looked to be little more than an attempt by Marvel to take more money from the "Civil War" brand.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 28, 2011 | By Rick Bentley, McClatchy Newspapers
This week's DVD releases are topped by films about people who fight injustice and evil. Captain America: The First Avenger, Grade C-minus: Chris Evans - the guy who put the heat in the Human Torch in the Fantastic Four movies - steps into the boots of the latest comic-book-inspired film champion. He plays Steve Rogers, a 90-pound weakling who, through the magic of science, becomes the hunky Captain America. The film isn't a major disaster, but it generally could use some work.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 6, 2012 | By Howard Gensler
WHAT IS with all the Ks? Kim Kardashian , in the middle of kontentious divorce proceeding with Kris Humphries , may be hooking up with Kanye West . The Los Angeles Times reports that longtime pals Kim and Kanye are said to have taken their relationship to the next level. But are they sex-tape worthy? "Kim and Kanye have now just started dating," an anonymous source told People , adding that the duo are "keeping it light" and "seeing where it goes.
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