The Los Angeles Times has a new address. Afterwards added than 85 years at the circle of 1st and Spring streets in burghal Los Angeles, the bi-weekly will clearly alarm El Segundo home by the end of the month. The owners of the Gordon B. Kaufmann-designed anatomy — which won a gold badge at the 1937 Paris Exposition — accept affairs for its post-Times life, but to many, it’s still the end of an era. As The Times prepares to say goodbye to its longtime home, we booty a attending aback at 15 films and television shows that filmed central and gave the architecture the closeup it deserved.
Scroll bottomward for a account of titles, as able-bodied as The Times’ aboriginal advantage of the projects, including reviews and added articles.
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Frank Masi / 20th Century Fox
Cameron Diaz, left, and Tom Cruise are apparent in a arena from “Knight and Day.”
Cameron Diaz, left, and Tom Cruise are apparent in a arena from “Knight and Day.” (Frank Masi / 20th Century Fox)
Times blur analyzer Kenneth Turan wrote in 2010: “Why is anybody giving Tom Cruise such a adamantine time? Can’t we aloof balloon about what happened on Oprah’s couch? Is that allurement too much? Is the cine business so alike with absorbing stars who can backpack a account that it can allow to eat its young? I don’t anticipate so. If you agnosticism Cruise’s abilities in the brilliant department, ‘Knight and Day’ should accomplish you a believer. It’s hardly a complete film, not alike close, but it is the best absorbing made-for-adults flat cine of the summer.” Read the analysis »
Francois Duhamel / DreamWorks
Robert Downey Jr. plays Times columnist Steve Lopez in the cine “The Soloist.”
Robert Downey Jr. plays Times columnist Steve Lopez in the cine “The Soloist.” (Francois Duhamel / DreamWorks)
Turan wrote in 2009: “Remember aback Lloyd Bentsen told Dan Quayle, ‘I knew Jack Kennedy. . . . Senator, you’re no Jack Kennedy’? Well, I acquainted a little that way aback it came to reviewing ‘The Soloist.’
“I could aback up and address all this in the reviewer’s acceptable third person, but that feels disingenuous. Afterwards all, I do apperceive Steve Lopez, whose admirable Los Angeles Times columns and afterwards book about his absurd accord with a able but acutely afflicted artery artist started everything. And I assignment with Lopez at The Times, which, in an aberrant gesture, offered its newsroom as a set and has in accepted apprenticed itself to this cine with arresting fealty.” Read the analysis »
Claire Folger / Warner Bros.
Bryan Cranston as Jack O’Donnell, left, and Ben Affleck as Tony Mendez in the cine “Argo.”
Bryan Cranston as Jack O’Donnell, left, and Ben Affleck as Tony Mendez in the cine “Argo.” (Claire Folger / Warner Bros.)
Turan wrote in 2012: “ ‘Argo’ takes you back. Not aloof to the aphotic canicule of the 1979-81 Iranian earnest crisis but to a brighter, beforehand time, aback Hollywood consistently angry out acute and agreeable films that crackled with activity and purpose.
“Very abundant like Clint Eastwood afore him, amateur angry actor-director Ben Affleck not alone has a affection for those kinds of bequest entertainments, he knows that the alone way to get them on the awning finer is to do the assignment himself.” Read the analysis » Tehran in L.A. »
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Nicole Wilder / ABC
Darby Stanchfield, from left, Katie Lowes and Kerry Washington in “Scandal.”
Darby Stanchfield, from left, Katie Lowes and Kerry Washington in “Scandal.” (Nicole Wilder / ABC)
Then-Times TV analyzer Mary McNamara, now the abettor managing editor for arts and entertainment, wrote in 2012: “Shonda Rhimes has a new show.
“Well, technically, ABC has a new show, alleged ‘Scandal,’ which, like the network’s ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ and ‘Private Practice,’ is created by Rhimes, a woman no one will anytime allege of sloth. It is, in some ways, a new affectionate of show. For one thing, it has a atramentous woman as lead, a affection so attenuate it requires mention, and for another, it is a Washington, D.C.-based procedural that deals not with law or abomination or politics, but all three, through the awe-inspiring underground arrangement of what was already alleged spin-doctoring and is now accepted as crisis management.
“In added ways, ‘Scandal’ is an old show, which is to say that watching it will admonish you of Rhimes’ added shows.” Read the analysis »
Colleen Hayes / ABC
Nathan Fillion in “Castle.”
Nathan Fillion in “Castle.” (Colleen Hayes / ABC)
McNamara wrote in 2009: “The detective account is like chicken block — at some level, anybody brand it, and with a little imagination, you can do appealing abundant annihilation with it.
“On shows including ‘The Mentalist,’ ‘Bones,’ ‘Lie to Me,’ ‘Eleventh Hour,’ ‘Life’ and alike ‘Fringe’ you accept the sleuth with commodity added (He acclimated to be a affected psychic! She’s a argumentative archaeologist! He’s a cop who went to jail!) teamed up with a added standard-issue model, usually, admitting not always, of the adverse sex (on ‘Numb3rs,’ the cop and the algebraic adept are brothers). Assimilate this awash arena acreage comes ‘Castle,’ an ABC annihilation abstruseness alternation that is both of the brand and about the genre. Meet Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion), a bestselling abstruseness writer-playboy who has aloof asleep off his advantageous detective because he was bored.” Read the analysis »
Melinda Sue Gordon / Columbia Pictures
Brad Pitt in a arena from the cine “Moneyball.”
Brad Pitt in a arena from the cine “Moneyball.” (Melinda Sue Gordon / Columbia Pictures)
Turan wrote in 2011: “Winning isn’t everything, avid Vince Lombardi acclimated to say, it’s the alone thing. But what if Lombardi was wrong? What if added things beggarly more, aftermost longer, accept added acceptation than victories, not alone in activity but additionally in the accurate lives of the bodies who ball the games?
“This is the agnostic apriorism of the anxious and absorbing ‘Moneyball,’ based on the appropriately agnostic album by Michael Lewis. Starring Brad Pitt in top cine brilliant form, it’s a blur that’s absorbing and surprising.” Read the analysis »
Jaimie Trueblood / Columbia Pictures
Administrator Michel Gondry, center, and Seth Rogen on the set of Columbia Pictures’ “The Blooming Hornet.”
Director Michel Gondry, center, and Seth Rogen on the set of Columbia Pictures’ “The Blooming Hornet.” (Jaimie Trueblood / Columbia Pictures)
Turan wrote in 2011: “ ‘The Blooming Hornet’ may not be the best annoying superhero cine anytime — the antagonism is absolutely boxy — but it is absolutely in the running.
“An anemic, 97-pound weakling of the activity ball persuasion, ‘Hornet’ is a arid bromedy that appearance mumblecore avowal instead of the complete thing.” Read the analysis »
Neal Preston / 20th Century Fox
Scarlett Johansson, left, and Matt Damon in a arena from the cine “We Bought a Zoo.”
Scarlett Johansson, left, and Matt Damon in a arena from the cine “We Bought a Zoo.” (Neal Preston / 20th Century Fox)
Then-Times blur analyzer Betsy Sharkey wrote in 2011: “In the bristling and bristling apple of ‘We Bought a Zoo,’ starring Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson, basically aggregate in afterimage is in charge of saving. Thankfully, it has filmmaker Cameron Crowe branch the accomplishment mission.
“In bottom hands, a blur so audacious of its sentiment, so affectionate about its characters, so adorning in its bulletin would accept landed in the maw of doughy that so generally devours films like these. Instead we accept an able ancestors film, a rarity, and while not absolutely Crowe at his complete best, it carries his humanistic banner and allowances from a able acting ensemble that accumulate affections in check.” Read the analysis »
Suzanne Tenner / Awning Gems
Hayden Christensen, from left, Chris Brown, Tip “T.I.” Harris and Idris Elba brilliant in Awning Gems’ activity abstruseness “Takers.”
Hayden Christensen, from left, Chris Brown, Tip “T.I.” Harris and Idris Elba brilliant in Awning Gems’ activity abstruseness “Takers.” (Suzanne Tenner / Awning Gems)
Sharkey wrote in 2010: “‘Takers,’ the new break-in cine starring blah, blah, blah, blah, banausic and T.I. (who’s alarming bad and aloof apparent scary), would be a acceptable catnap if it weren’t for all the blatant battery and explosions and the violins — which consistently arresting a ‘special’ shootout that will disentangle in that ballet-of-death appearance that’s declared to be affected but aloof feels annoying here.
“Did I acknowledgment the dialogue? Well, absolutely the armored car disciplinarian put it best aback he said, ‘We’re in agitation here…’ No joke.” Read the analysis »
David James / Dreamworks and Paramount Pictures
Eddie Murphy as James “Thunder” Early, from left, Beyoncé Knowles as Deena, Jennifer Hudson as Effie and Anika Noni Rose as Lorrell in the cine “Dreamgirls.”
Eddie Murphy as James “Thunder” Early, from left, Beyoncé Knowles as Deena, Jennifer Hudson as Effie and Anika Noni Rose as Lorrell in the cine “Dreamgirls.” (David James / Dreamworks and Paramount Pictures)
Turan wrote in 2006: “’Dreamgirls’ is animate with the complete of music. It’s a adulation song two times over, a accolade to a active aeon of American accepted music as able-bodied as to a appearance of filmmaking we don’t get to see abundant of: the big-budget Hollywood musical.
“Directed by Bill Condon, who additionally wrote the adjustment of the assorted Tony Award-winning play, ‘Dreamgirls’ tells a accustomed adventure with confidence and pizzazz. It’s a smartly absorbing archetype of adapted traditionalism, of application avant-garde activity and techniques to animate a adventure that was ancient aback administrator Michael Bennett addled Broadway with it in 1981.” Read the analysis »
David James / MGM
Meryl Streep and Tom Cruise during a arena from “Lions For Lambs.”
Meryl Streep and Tom Cruise during a arena from “Lions For Lambs.” (David James / MGM)
Then-Times blur analyzer Carina Chocano wrote in 2007: “’Lions for Lambs’ has some absorbing credibility it wants to accomplish about the aggregate abetment of anybody — contemptuous politicians, blah reporters, blah students, complacent babyish boomer intellectuals — in the abortion of the Iraq war, so it pairs a contemptuous baby-kisser with a blah reporter, an blah apprentice with Robert Redford (he makes a actual bizarre professor) and has them accomplish them. Meanwhile, a brace of underprivileged but exceptionally able soldiers adapt to die heroically in an Afghan ice acreage as the white characters altercate the pros and cons of assorted abstract positions.” Read the analysis »
Rolf / Universal Pictures
The abstruse Kay Lake (Scarlett Johansson) in the 1940s-set abstruseness “The Atramentous Dahlia.”
The abstruse Kay Lake (Scarlett Johansson) in the 1940s-set abstruseness “The Atramentous Dahlia.” (Rolf / Universal Pictures)
Then-Times agents biographer Robert W. Welkos wrote in 2006: “In his neo-noir mystery, ‘The Atramentous Dahlia,’ administrator Brian De Palma brings his camera into a antipathy area the charcoal of the burst annihilation victim, Elizabeth Short, are displayed on an dissection table. Through the director’s lens, we boring with austere allure at the grotesqueness of the crime, apprehensive not alone who this woman was and how she met her fate but what askance apperception could backpack out such a abhorrent murder?
“In complete life, Short’s charcoal were apparent on Jan. 15, 1947, by a eyewitness blame a adventurer accomplished a abandoned lot abreast 39th Artery and Norton Avenue in Leimert Park, affecting off a abstruseness that endures to this day.” ‘Dahlia,’ a post-mortem »
Scott Garfield / NBC
Amanda Peet as Jordan McDeere, from left, Steven Weber as Jack Rudolph and Matthew Perry as Matt Albie in “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.”
Amanda Peet as Jordan McDeere, from left, Steven Weber as Jack Rudolph and Matthew Perry as Matt Albie in “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.” (Scott Garfield / NBC)
Then-Times TV analyzer Paul Brownfield wrote in 2006: “The show-within-the-show on Aaron Sorkin’s ‘Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip’ is a contemporary account ball alternation 24 hours advanced of ‘Saturday Night Live’ and lightyears above it as a tastemaker in the culture. Nobody actuality aspires to ‘A Night at the Roxbury’ acclaim nor is asthmatic on ‘Larry Sanders Show’ bile; for the associates of ‘Studio 60,’ the authoritative of late-night ball is, ultimately, a calling to serve.
“Sound familiar? Sorkin, architect of ‘The West Wing,’ brings his exhilarant action to the backstage apple of a late-night TV alternation and conjures the abode as the aforementioned roiling arena aught of amusing and moral agitation that he projected assimilate the White House.” Read the analysis »
Greg Gayne / FOX
Brennan (Emily Deschanel), right, and Booth (David Boreanaz) assignment on their aboriginal case calm in the anniversary 100th adventure of “Bones.”
Brennan (Emily Deschanel), right, and Booth (David Boreanaz) assignment on their aboriginal case calm in the anniversary 100th adventure of “Bones.” (Greg Gayne / FOX)
Brownfield wrote in 2005: “Some bodies aloof advance absorbing lives. Dr. Temperance Brennan is a argumentative anthropologist for the Jeffersonian Institute in Washington whose assignment takes her from genocide in Guatemala to the analysis of a missing Senate intern in Washington. She additionally writes novels and is a martial-arts whiz. She’s distinct but a chat of warning, guys: She’s bankrupt off emotionally.
“Fox’s ‘Bones’ stars Emily Deschanel as Brennan, a.k.a. ‘Bones’ (although she hates to be alleged that). Like the Patricia Arquette appearance on NBC’s ‘Medium’ or Jennifer Adulation Hewitt in CBS’ new appearance ‘Ghost Whisperer,’ she is a woman affiliated to her work, assignment that involves entanglements with the baffling histories of the dead.” Read the analysis »
Robert Zuckerman / FX
Julian McMahon as Dr. Christian Troy and Dylan Walsh as Dr. Sean McNamara in division one of the FX ball “Nip/Tuck.”
Julian McMahon as Dr. Christian Troy and Dylan Walsh as Dr. Sean McNamara in division one of the FX ball “Nip/Tuck.” (Robert Zuckerman / FX)
Chocano wrote in 2004: “Until ‘Nip/Tuck’ kicked off its additional division aftermost week, it was still accessible to adore the appearance as the blithely vulgar, darkly abusive soap that it is while absolutely declining to acknowledge the gothic abhorrence adventure agitation alluringly beneath it, like Percy Bysshe Shelley afterwards one of Mary’s stories.
“An aboriginal FX ball about a brace of Miami artificial surgeons, the absurdly affecting and abnormally aberrant ‘Nip/Tuck’ owes added than aloof arresting sutures to ‘Frankenstein.’ Aftermost week, Drs. Sean McNamara (Dylan Walsh) and Christian Troy (Julian McMahon) met Libby Zucker (Romy Rosemont), a accommodating acute above reconstructive anaplasty on a cadaverous facial gunshot anguish — bestowed by her best acquaintance in a adulterated altogether present-suicide alliance combo.” Read the analysis »
John P. Johnson / HBO
Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) stands in advanced of Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer), Vampire King of Louisiana, in Bill’s appointment in “True Blood.”
Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) stands in advanced of Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer), Vampire King of Louisiana, in Bill’s appointment in “True Blood.” (John P. Johnson / HBO)
McNamara wrote in 2008: “The best affair about Alan Ball’s new vampire alternation ‘True Blood,’ which premieres on HBO Sunday, is the aperture credits. The afraid accumulation of alarming images — adoration affairs and alley kill, apparitional accouchement and swamp backdrop — is creepy, evocative and tantalizing. Unfortunately, it is additionally absolutely alone to the appearance that follows.
For affidavit accepted alone to himself, Ball absitively to booty Charlaine Harris’ light, fun alternation of Southern Vampire Mysteries and about-face it into a heavy-handed political allegory with vampires, afresh rendered ‘safe’ by the conception of the constructed Tru Blood as stand-ins for the disenfranchised.” Read the analysis »
An beforehand adaptation of this commodity articular Paul Brownfield and Carina Chocano as then-Times agents writers.
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