The weather is starting to get warmer. But whether a trip to theaters involves bundling up due to cold or taking a nice sunny stroll in April or May, one thing is for sure: A lot of big movies are coming out over the next few months. Did you like “Black Panther?” There’s another Marvel movie. Did you like “Star Wars: The Last Jedi?” Well, we’re getting more “Star Wars.” Want silly comedies, adventures, giant monsters, talking dogs and more? That’s coming, too. Here’s a rundown of the films coming out this season that ought to be on your radar. ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ (May 25) Alden Ehrenreich dons the vest of one of cinema's greatest scoundrels in this "Star Wars" prequel about the early days of Han Solo (and Chewbacca, of course). Ron Howard directs and the film also stars Emilia Clarke, Woody Harrelson, Paul Bettany, Thandie Newton and Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian -- - which is some inspired casting. … [Read more...] about ‘Tully,’ ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ and other new movies to see in theaters
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Portraiture throughout history tends to be the product of a transaction between an artist and a wealthy patron, resulting mainly in works of approximation tempered with flattery. In current times, artist David Hockney has made portraiture a substantial part of his oeuvre through seven decades. What sets him apart is the fact that his portraits are uncommissioned and usually of people he knows, freeing him from the rules of commerce and obsequy and allowing him to paint precisely what he sees. Over the years Hockney has employed a wide variety of formats in capturing the likenesses of friends and acquaintances, including photography, collage, oil, watercolor, Polaroids, graphite, crayon, camera lumina and, in the case of his current show, acrylic. “What do people truly look like?” Hockney asks L.A. Weekly at the opening of his new show, "82 Portraits and 1 Still-life" at LACMA through July 29. “I think I have to know a person quite well to know what they look … [Read more...] about Hockney Focuses on Those He Knows in “82 Portraits and 1 Still-life” at LACMA
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When MTV tapped Fridley's Lenay Dunn for its weekly pop-culture recap show "10 on Top" a year ago, Justin Bieber was supposed to be co-host. Then "the fever" broke out, and Dunn became a solo act. Not that she needed any help. One of the bubblier young celebrities on the scene, she's managed to score perfect grades in high school, snag a rock 'n' roll husband and get discovered by a TV network, all before age 25. During a recent whirlwind visit to the Mall of America, Dunn walked and talked so fast that it was tempting to make an emergency stop at the oxygen bar. She sang Rebecca Black's inane Internet hit "Friday," declared that Forever 21 is her favorite store, bought a perfectly silly straw hat and befriended every salesperson within reach. "I love malls," she said while trying to hunt down a Starbucks. "Malls make me happy." This is not an act, say those who know her best. MTV exec Steve Tseckares believes the show would have flopped if its audience thought Dunn's pumped-up … [Read more...] about The Crawl: From Fridley to the ‘Top’ of MTV