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All Broke Up
It's going to be a bloody good time tonight at the ArcLight when AFI presents a preview screening of Saw, starring Carey Elwes and Danny Glover. Q&A with director James Wan and writer Leigh Whannell will follow. The film starts at 9:00 PM. Stick around after Saw for a special midnight showing of The Grudge starring Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Or, if gore isn't your thing, head to the Knitting Factory and catch The Velvet Teen with The Actual and Love Lies. The show starts at 8:00 PM and tickets are $10.00 at the door.
6:00 PM at the Hammer Musuem is the beginning of the gallery talk "Proof of Genius: The Prints of Albrecht Dürer," led by Cynthia Burlingham. Hang around after the talk for a Hammer Lecture at 7:00 PM featuring local artist Liz Larner.
Alternatively, at 6:00 PM artist Dave Muller will be discussing his work in the exhibition "Sign Language" at MOCA at the Geffen Contemporary.
But Yeoh is the first to publicly identify as Asian. We take a look at Oberon's complicated path in Hollywood.
His latest solo exhibition is titled “Flutterluster,” showing at Los Angeles gallery Matter Studio. It features large works that incorporate what Huss describes as a “fluttering line” that he’s been playing with ever since he was a child — going on 50 years.
It's set to open by mid-to-late February.
The new Orange County Museum of Art opens its doors to the public on Oct. 8.
Comic-Con Is Live And In-Person Again And Yes, That Means Cosplayers Are Back. Why They're So ExcitedCosplayers will be holding court once again and taking photos with onlookers at the con.
Sacheen Littlefeather Talks About What Really Happened Before, During And After Rejecting Marlon Brando’s OscarLittlefeather recalls an “incensed” John Wayne having to be restrained from assaulting her and being threatened with arrest if she read the long speech Brando sent with her.