THIRTEEN PERISH IN DOUBLE FIRE; Blaze Near Fifth Avenue Caught Victims Asleep. FIREMEN POWERLESS TO SAVE Swift Flames in 67th Street Defied the Bravest Efforts. Andrews Family Lost -- Fatal Spark Borne Two Blocks -- Policemans Daring Feat.
Twelve lives were lost in the space of an hour in the fire which started shortly before 2 oclock yesterday morning in the residence of Wallace C. Andrews, President of the New York Steam Heating Company, at 2 East Sixty-seventh Street. Only two of the fourteen occupants of the house escaped death in the flames and smoke.. House Burned; Thirteen Killed; Inquest; Verdict
Liverpool v Man City combined XI: Phil Thompson reveals who makes his line-up
Liverpool have tightened up at the back of late, keeping five clean sheets from their last six Premier League games, prompting Thompson to include two of Rodgers defenders. However, Reds striker Daniel Sturridge misses out as Sergio Aguero is.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.; FENIANISM. Movements of the C. O. I. R.--Position of Fenian Affairs--The Roberts-Sweeny Faction Unappeased--Arrival of Senator Scanlan, of Chicago--Festival at Jones Wood To-day. Base Ball. THE LATE PRESTON KING. His Body Found near the Atlantic Dock--Identification by Relatives--The Body to be Removed To-day to Ogdensburgh for Interment--Coroners Inquest on Thursday--The Circumstance of the Suicide. THE EXCISE BOARD. Venders Appeals--Nearly Five Thousand Applications--The Treasury. Board of Aldermen. THE NEW COLLECTOR. Misstatements Corrected--Facts Given. THE EXCISE LAW. Disposition of Illegal Violations of the Sunday liquor Law. CHOLERA. Cholera on the Steamship Helvetia. Memorial to the Author of the Christian Year. New- York Law Institute. POLICE COURTS. Jefferson Market--Before Justice Dodge. The Tombs--Before Justice Hogan. GENERAL CITY NEWS. BROOKLYN NEWS. NEW-JERSEY.
But little of interest transpired yesterday yesterday in fenian circles. The rooms of the Central Organizer of the Irish Republic, Mr. JAMES STEPHENS, continue to attract many visitors, all or whom are eager to welcome to America this representative of Irish freedom.. King, Hon. Preston, The Body of, Found near Atlantic Dock
Premier League Watch: Balotelli Joins Man City on Eve of New Season
With the English Premier League set to begin Saturday, contenders for the title are shoring up their teams and none more ambitiously than Manchester City. The club signed the Italian striker Mario Balotelli from Inter Milan after more than a month of negotiations. Balotelli, a talented but enigmatic 20-year-old, cost City a reported $35 million and has signed a five-year deal to play for Coach Roberto Mancini, the former Inter manager.. Manchester City has spent around $156 million on new players this off-season, including a deal for Mario Balotelli.
John Terry reveals he didnt know the Liverpool v Man City.
JOHN TERRY says did not know Manchester City had lost to Liverpool today until after the League Cup final.
Liverpool v Man City Player ratings
SIMON MIGNOLET: Could do little about the goal but could have been better off his line a couple of times in the first half. 7. EMRE CAN: Played Dzeko on for the first goal but looked more comfortable back with the pitch fully in front of him and strode.
THATCHER VS. RED KEN: WINNER TO TAKE LONDON
London is about to become a city without a city government. The abolition of the Greater London Council in favor of the citys 32 boroughs has pitted Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher against Ken Livingstone - Red Ken to headline writers - the radical Socialist council leader whose efforts to cut fares for public transport and provide grants to groups such as Babies Against the Bomb have already shocked a wide audience. The Daily Telegraph called him the amazing man on the flying trapeze who fell on London. For months, Londoners have been barraged with posters and other appeals urging them to Save the G.L.C., a campaign that in the end will probably cost the taxpayers some $13 million. Last week, supported by $104,000 in council money, actors portrayed Mrs. Thatcher as a predatory fairy queen and Mr. Livingstone as a genial but ominous half-mortal, half-fairy in a production of The Ratepayers Iolanthe at Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Jordan Henderson and Philippe Coutinho Scored Great.
Huge win for Liverpool.and Chelsea.. Jordan Henderson capped an early Liverpool flurry against Manchester City with this excellent goal from outside the area.. Soccer. UCL Preview: Man City v Barcelona and Juventus.
U.S. vs. Mexico: Who Is in Form?
On Sunday, Bob Bradley named his 20-man roster for the United States national teams World Cup qualifying match against Mexico on Wednesday.. A look at how the American and Mexican internationals playing overseas fared in the final games before Wednesdays World Cup qualifier in Columbus, Ohio.
Liverpool v Manchester City Prediction March 1st 2015
Liverpool v Manchester City Premier League, March 1st Can the Citizens take advantage of Chelsea being away from league action this weekend and close the gap to two points to Mourinhos men?
WESTMINSTER ABBEY.; United States Has Given 25,000, but More Is Needed. American Claims on Germany. Five-Cent Fare Issue. The Cat in England. 40 YEARS AS A JURYMAN. Experience Has Given a Strong Belief in the Justice of the System. NEW CHINESE POLICY. Recognition of Sovereignty Instead of the Open Door. Brooklyn English. AIRSHIP AND BATTLESHIP. Conditions of the Test and of Re cent Naval Engagements.
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Liverpool vs. Man City: Team News, Predicted Lineups, Live Stream and TV Info
With Chelsea in League Cup final action later in the day, City have an opportunity to close the gap at the top to just two points, temporarily at least, a situation that would crank up the pressure on Jose Mourinhos side. Liverpools league record.
LIVE: Liverpool vs Manchester City - Goal.com
Both sides suffered desperately disappointing defeats in Europe this week and will be keen to return to form in a massive EPL clash - follow the match LIVE! Follow every kick of the action as Liverpool take on Premier League��.
New Zealand All-Whites Vs. Red, White and Blue
RYAN NELSEN, a defender for New Zealand and D.C. United, did not particularly want last weekend off. He had no choice. Nelsen was ejected from Uniteds match on May 17 for what Major League Soccer called serious foul play against Kansas Citys KERRY ZAVAGNIN. It was a slick field and I couldnt stop; I couldnt pull out, he said. The guy made a meal out of it. He should be on Broadway.. New Zealand defender Ryan Nelsen, who also plays for DC United, helps bring New Zealand into forefront of international soccer (M)
Liverpool v Manchester City: 11 things you need to know ahead of crunch.
Both Liverpool and Manchester City head into Sundays Premier League clash on the back of defeats in Europe. While Citys 2-1 reverse at home to Barcelona wasnt terminal, Liverpools penalty shoot-out defeat to Besiktas ensured they exited the Europa .
TEAMS: Daniel Sturridge BENCHED for Liverpools.
DANIEL STURRIDGE will start on the bench for Liverpools clash against Manchester City at Anfield.
Ali vs. Spider-Man, Monsters Inc. and Other Contenders
A * indicates a film of special note. September THE GLASS HOUSE Orphaned after their parents car crash, a teenager (Leelee Sobieski) and her younger brother (Trevor Morgan) are taken in by a wealthy couple (Diane Lane and Stellan Skarsgard), but not all is right in their lush Malibu mansion. The X-Files veteran Daniel Sackheim directed. Friday. HAIKU TUNNEL Comic adventures of a career office temp, based on a one-man show by Josh Kornbluth. Directed by his younger brother, Jacob. Friday. HARDBALL An aimless drifter (Keanu Reeves) finds a new lease on life when a friend drafts him to coach a baseball team from Chicagos Cabrini Green housing project. Directed by Brian Robbins (Varsity Blues). Friday. TELL ME SOMETHING A serial killer who scrambles the body parts of his victims has Seouls ace homicide investigator (Han Suk-gyu) on the run. Directed by Chang Youn-hyun. Friday. CHILDREN UNDERGROUND Edet Belzbergs documentary follows five representative street children from Romanias population of some 20,000 homeless youths. Sept. 19. GLITTER The pop diva Mariah Carey in a semiautobiographical story about a girl from the wrong side of the tracks who becomes a singing sensation with help from a powerful D.J. (Max Beesley). Vondie Curtis-Hall directed. Sept. 21. A related article is on Page 45. THE AMERICAN ASTRONAUT The cult rocker Cory McAbee, the frontman of the Billy Nayer Show, wrote, directed and stars in a grungy science fiction parody about an interplanetary trader on a mission to recruit a breeding male for the all-female planet Venus. In black and white. Sept. 21. BIG TROUBLE Tim Allen as a divorced dad who finds a bomb in a suitcase, leading to his involvement in a bungled heist attempt. From Dave Barrys novel. Barry Sonnenfeld directed a heavy cast: Rene Russo, Tom Sizemore, Stanley Tucci, Patrick Warburton, Janeane Garofalo and Omar Epps. Sept. 21. ENDURANCE: SHACKLETONS LEGENDARY ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION The documentarian George Butler (Pumping Iron) tells the story of the famously disastrous polar expedition. Sept. 21. GO TIGERS! A documentary look at the passion for high school football in Rust Belt Ohio. Ken Carlson directed. Sept. 21. LIAM From the director Stephen Frears, the tale of a boy growing up in Liverpool during the Depression. Dad (Ian Hart) gets involved in fascist politics. Sept. 21. MEGIDDO A sequel to the Christian evangelist feature The Omega Code, which finds Michael York, Diane Venora and Michael Biehn caught up in the Apocalypse. Sept. 21. SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK Couples form and re-form on the Upper East Side. Among the players are Rosario Dawson, Brittany Murphy, Stanley Tucci, Heather Graham and Edward Burns, who also wrote and directed. Sept. 21. TRAINING DAY A rookie cop (Ethan Hawke) spends his first day on the job with a thrillingly corrupt senior officer (Denzel Washington). With Scott Glenn and Eva Mendes. Antoine Fuqua directed. Sept. 21. BORN ROMANTIC Three men contemplate the mysteries of the feminine psyche in a British comedy directed by David Kane. Craig Ferguson, Ian Hart, Jane Horrocks and Catherine McCormack star. Sept. 28. DIAMOND MEN A veteran diamond salesman (Robert Forster) takes his apprentice (Donnie Wahlberg) on a road trip through Pennsylvania. Daniel M. Cohen wrote and directed. Sept. 28. DINNER RUSH Comic intrigue at a TriBeCa restaurant called Gigino, owned by Danny Aiello, which is trying to move from red sauce to yuppie refinement. Bob Giraldi directed. Sept. 28. DONT SAY A WORD A child psychiatrist (Michael Douglas) has only one hope of rescuing his kidnapped daughter: a bit of crucial information held by a very disturbed young mental patient, played by Brittany Murphy. From the director Gary Fleder. Sept. 28. EXTREME DAYS Four childhood pals set off to experience all the extreme sports of their dreams before settling down into responsible adulthood. Eric Hannah is the director. Sept. 28. HEARTS IN ATLANTIS From a story by Stephen King, the story of a boy (Anton Yelchin) whose life is changed forever by a mysterious psychic (Anthony Hopkins) who moves into the boardinghouse operated by the boys mother (Hope Davis). Big Oscar guns here: the script is by William Goldman (Misery), the direction by Scott Hicks (Shine). Sept. 28. TIME OF FAVOR Joseph Cedars controversial Israeli film about an Orthodox army unit involved in a plot to blow up the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Assi Dayan stars as a dangerously charismatic rabbi. Sept. 28. ZOOLANDER Ben Stiller is a co-writer, director and star of this comedy about a brainless male model recruited to assassinate the president of Malaysia. It has Owen Wilson, Christine Taylor and Milla Jovovich in it, too, along with a parade of celebrity cameos. Sept. 28. * VA SAVOIR (WHO KNOWS?) Romantic roundelay among actors and academics in Paris. New York Film Festival opener. From the New Wave veteran Jacques Rivette. Jeanne Balibar and Sergio Castellitto star. Sept. 29. October LA CIENAGA The horror that is the upper middle class in Argentina, evoked by a family living through a long, drunken summer in a resort town in the countrys northwest. Lucrecia Martel directed. Oct. 3. THE WASH Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg as two cash-poor roommates who take jobs at a mob-owned carwash. Its a film by D.J. Pooh (3 Strikes). Oct. 3. BETTER THAN SEX An Australian dressmaker (Susie Porter) and a British photographer (David Wenham) hole up in her apartment for three days of wild sex, promising each other that they wont fall in love. Jonathan Teplitzky directed. Oct. 5. BURNT MONEY From the Argentine director Marcelo Pineyro, the story of a gay couple who hold up a bank and take refuge in a prostitutes apartment. Oct. 5. CHOP SUEY The photographer and documentarian Bruce Weber (Lets Get Lost) introduces his protégé, the teenage wrestling star Peter Johnson, to a new world of glamour and excitement. Oct. 5. COLLATERAL DAMAGE When he loses his wife and his young son in a terrorist attack on a Los Angeles office building, a firefighter (Arnold Schwarzenegger) heads to Colombia to find those responsible. Andrew Davis (The Fugitive) directs. With Francesca Neri and Elias Koteas. Oct. 5. GRATEFUL DAWG The enduring friendship and musical collaboration between Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, captured in a documentary by Gillian Grisman, Mr. Grismans daughter. Oct. 5. IRON MONKEY Miramax is rereleasing this 1993 martial arts movie, betting on the growing reputation of its director, Yuen Woo-Ping, who staged the fight scenes in The Matrix and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Rongguang Yu stars as a village doctor who doubles as a Chinese Robin Hood. Oct. 5. JOY RIDE The thriller specialist John Dahl (The Last Seduction) returns with the cautionary tale of two college students, Steve Zahn and Paul Walker, who play a practical joke on a trucker during a cross-country trip. Not a good idea. With Leelee Sobieski. Oct. 5. MAX KEEBLES BIG MOVE Expecting to move to a new city in a week, a seventh grader (Alex D. Linz) executes elaborate revenge plots against all the classmates who have picked on him, then finds that the move is off. Tim Hill directed. Oct. 5. SERENDIPITY A chance meeting in a department store leads to a night of bliss for John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale, but they decide to leave their future to fate and separate. A decade later, they try to find each other. Directed by Peter Chelsom. Oct. 5. WAYDOWNTOWN Four twenty-somethings bet a months salary on who can stay indoors the longest. From the Canadian filmmaker Gary Burns (The Kitchen Party). Oct. 5. WERCKMEISTER HARMONIES Bela Tarr, cult director of the seven-and-a-half-hour drama about an agricultural collective, Satantango, returns with a more wieldy project. The residents of a small village are concerned when their wealthiest families start disappearing -- and then a sinister circus comes to town. Oct. 10. BANDITS Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton team up as a pair of bank robbers with an unconventional M.O.: they pounce on bank managers in their homes, stay with them overnight and escort them to work in the morning to clean out the vault. Its when an unhappy housewife (Cate Blanchett) enters the scene that their odd-couple relationship (Mr. Thorntons character is tidy, Mr. Williss sloppy) slips out of balance. Barry Levinson directed. Oct. 12. CORKY ROMANO Chris Kattan infiltrates the F.B.I. on behalf of his estranged father, Peter Falk, a Mafia chieftain under federal investigation. Oct. 12. FOCUS A Brooklyn loser (William H. Macy) doesnt speak up when his anti-Semitic neighbors hassle the immigrant news vendor on his street; then hes shunned as a Jew himself. From Arthur Millers novel, with Laura Dern and David Paymer. Neal Slavin directed. Oct. 12. THE LAST CASTLE Stripped of his rank of three-star general and tossed into a maximum-security military prison, Robert Redford finds himself butting heads with the brutal warden, played by James Gandolfini. Rod Lurie (The Contender) directed. Oct. 12. LUCKY BREAK Prisoners use a talent show to hide their escape attempt. James Nesbitt, Olivia Williams and Timothy Spall are among the cast of this whimsical comedy. Peter Sheridan directed. Oct. 12. MULHOLLAND DRIVE David Lynch expanded his pilot for an unsold TV show into this surrealistic thriller. A naïve young actress (Naomi Watts) finds a woman (Laura Harring) hiding in her apartment. Her memory is gone, but she seems to have some involvement with gangsters and the movie business. Oct. 12. THE OPERATOR A Dallas lawyer makes the mistake of offending a telephone operator, who uses all of the information at her disposal to destroy his life. With Michael Lawrence and Jaqueline Kim. Directed by John Dichter. Oct. 12. RAW DEAL: A QUESTION OF CONSENT This documentary by Alfred Spellman and Billy Corben was a hot topic at Sundance for its use of home video footage of an alleged rape. Oct. 12. SOBIBOR, OCT. 14, 1943, 4 P.M. Claude Lanzmann continues to mine the trove of material he gathered for his Holocaust documentary Shoah by presenting this 1979 interview with Yehuda Lerner, one of the participants in what Mr. Lanzmann describes as the only successful uprising in a Nazi extermination camp, resulting in the largest escape by prisoners during the war. Oct. 12. YANAS FRIENDS Russian immigrants arrive in Israel during the 1991 gulf war. Yana is a beautiful young woman abandoned by her husband; her roommate is a video photographer who makes Yana the subject of his newest work. Oct. 12. BERLIN BABYLON Architects, developers and politicians scramble to fill the five square miles of vacant property left by the destruction of the Berlin Wall. A documentary by Hubertus Siegert. Oct. 17. FAT GIRL The writer-director Catherine Breillat (Romance) draws on her adolescent memories to concoct this acidic tale of a tubby 12-year-old who is a reluctant witness to the sexual initiation of her slender older sister. Oct. 19. * FROM HELL This period horror film represents a change of pace for the Hughes brothers, known for their contemporary urban dramas (Menace 2 Society). Johnny Depp stars as a police inspector with mysterious psychic powers, put on the trail of Jack the Ripper. With Heather Graham and Ian Holm. Oct. 19. * HEIST A professional thief (Gene Hackman) finds his life crumbling around him when hes caught by a security camera. His fence, Danny DeVito, wont come through with the money he owes him, and he suspects that his wife (Rebecca Pidgeon) is fooling around with the fences young assistant (Sam Rockwell). Sounds as if its time for the Last Big Job. Written and directed by David Mamet. Oct. 19. INTIMACY A lonely bartender (Mark Rylance) has a highly charged (and sexually explicit) affair with Kerry Fox, an aspiring actress married to an amiable lump (Timothy Spall). Patrice Chéreau directed, from a story by Hanif Kureishi. Oct. 19. NOVOCAINE Steve Martin is a dentist who is drawn into a murder plot by a sexy patient (Helena Bonham Carter). Directed by David Atkins. With Laura Dern and Elias Koteas. Oct. 19. ON THE LINE Lance Bass and Joey Fatone of N Sync in their acting debut as two young Chicagoans in pursuit of a dream girl. Directed by Eric Bross (Restaurant). Oct. 19. RIDING IN CARS WITH BOYS Penny Marshall directs Drew Barrymore in the true story of Beverly Donofrio and her personal journey from single mom at 15 to successful writer at 35. With Steve Zahn and Brittany Murphy. Oct. 19. * WAKING LIFE A foray into experimental animation by the indie filmmaker Richard Linklater (Slacker), its a poetic, surreal tale of a young man (Wiley Wiggins) literally drifting through life. Or is it all a dream? Oct. 19. TREMBLING BEFORE G-D Sandi Simcha DuBowskis documentary reports on a taboo subject: homosexuality among Orthodox Jews. Oct. 24. BONES Snoop Doggy Dogg is Jimmy Bones in this horror film set in the inner city. Killed by drug dealers in the 1970s, a neighborhood protector returns to claim his vengeance 20 years later. Ernest R. Dickerson directed. With Pam Grier. Oct. 26. DONNIE DARKO Jake Gyllenhaal, with his lunar grin, is the title character, a brilliant teenager trapped in a suburban wasteland. Richard Kelly wrote and directed. Oct. 26. K-PAX Angling for another Oscar nomination, Kevin Spacey plays a mental patient who believes hes a visitor from the distant planet K-Pax; Jeff Bridges plays the psychiatrist who treats him. The British director Iain Softley (The Wings of the Dove) is at the helm. With Alfre Woodard and Mary McCormack. Oct. 26. A related article is on Page 33. * LIFE AS A HOUSE When an architect (Kevin Kline) discovers that hes dying, he asks his estranged wife (Kristin Scott Thomas) and their teenage son (Hayden Christensen) to help him build a new house. Irwin Winkler directed from Mark Andruss screenplay. With Mary Steenburgen, Jenna Malone and Sam Robards. Oct. 26. A related article is on Page 31. THE SIMIAN LINE Invited to entertain at a Weehawken, N.J., dinner party, a psychic (Tyne Daly) predicts that one of the four couples at the table will be washed up before the year is over. With Harry Connick Jr., Cindy Crawford, William Hurt, Samantha Mathis, Lynn Redgrave and Eric Stoltz. Directed by Linda Yellen. Oct. 26. 13 GHOSTS Joel Silver and Robert Zemeckis produced this high-tech remake of William Castles 1960 horror cheapie. A widower (Tony Shalhoub) and his two children are given the keys to a fabulous glass and steel house, only to find that it contains the vengeful spirits of 13 victims of violent murder. Embeth Davidtz and Matthew Lillard also star. Oct. 26. * THE TOWN IS QUIET From the French filmmaker Robert Guédiguian (Marius and Jeanette), a panoramic study of a poor neighborhood in Marseilles. Issues include unemployment, prostitution, heroin addiction, underworld infiltration and African immigration. Oct. 26. WHAT TIME IS IT THERE? Intercontinental romance, as a Taipei street watch-seller develops a passionate crush on a young woman leaving for Paris. Tsai Ming-liang (The River) directed, in a lighter mood for him. Oct. 26. November MYSTERIOUS OBJECT AT NOON From Thailand, an avant-garde exploration that begins when a student notices a strange article rolling out from beneath his teachers skirt. Directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul. Nov. 1. * AMÉLIE This quirky but upbeat comedy directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet has been a huge success in its native France, and it seems to have introduced a new star: Audrey Tautou, the big-eyed waif who plays the title character. Shes a waitress in a Montmartre cafe who hatches elaborate plans to improve the lives of her friends and co-workers. Nov. 2. A related article is on Page 58. THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE WOLF Something awful is haunting the hills and dales of Gévaudan, a remote province of 18th-century France; the court dispatches a chevalier (Samuel Le Bihan) and his American Indian assistant (Mark Dacascos) to investigate. Directed by Christophe Gans, its one of the first French films to make use of Hollywood-style digital effects. Nov. 2. CODE UNKNOWN Juliette Binoche stars as an unhappy actress caring for her naïve brother-in-law in Michael Hanekes sweeping vision of urban alienation in Paris. Nov. 2. DOMESTIC DISTURBANCES A divorced dad (John Travolta) begins to suspect that his sons new stepfather (Vince Vaughn) may be an abuser. Harold Becker (Sea of Love) directed. Nov. 2. HAPPENSTANCE A chain of coincidences brings together a shy store clerk (Audrey Tautou, in a film that was released in France one year before her smash hit Amélie) and an Algerian immigrant (the rai singer Faudel) during a long day in Paris. Laurent Firode wrote and directed this French-language feature. Nov. 2. THE MAN WHO WASNT THERE An oddball Coen brothers project -- is there some other kind? -- about a small-town barber (Billy Bob Thornton) caught up in a blackmail scheme. Shot in black and white, like a Robert Bresson version of a James M. Cain story. Nov. 2. * MONSTERS INC. A computer-animated feature from the Pixar organization, creators of Toy Story. John Goodman lends his voice to the lead character, a power-blue gorilla thingy whose job it is to give children nightmares. Other voices: Billy Crystal, James Coburn, Jennifer Tilly, Steve Buscemi, Bonnie Hunt. Nov. 2. THE ONE A cop (Jet Li) is assigned to eliminate himself -- the alternate himself, that is, who exists in a parallel dimension. From James Wong (director) and Glen Morgan (writer), who brought you Final Destination. Nov. 2. PUNKS Four gay African-Americans look for love in a debut feature by Patrik-Ian Polk. With Seth Gilliam, Rockmond Dunbar and Vanessa Williams. Nov. 2. TAPE A video feature by Richard Linklater, adapted from an Off Broadway piece about three old high school friends (Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman and Robert Sean Leonard) who meet for a night of soul searching. Nov. 2. OTOMO The German director Frieder Schlachs fictional take on a factual incident: the police killing in Stuttgart, Germany of a black West African refugee who was driven to violence by racism.. With Isaach de Bankolé and Eva Mattes. Nov. 7. BAANOO An Iranian woman is devastated when her husband takes a second, younger wife; her response is to gather other outcasts and take them in. Dariush Mehrjui directed. Nov. 9. THE CATS MEOW One of Hollywoods great unsolved mysteries -- the death of the producer Thomas H. Ince on William Randolph Hearsts yacht -- as imagined by Peter Bogdanovich. With Cary Elwes, Edward Herrmann and Kirsten Dunst as Marion Davies. Nov. 9. METROPOLIS Based on characters created in the late 40s by Osamu Tezuka, the seminal figure in Japanese anime (Astro Boy), this animated feature tells of a future city populated by humans and robots in uneasy alliance. Directed by Rintaro (X). Nov. 9. MY FIRST MISTER The life of a shy mens-wear-store salesman (Albert Brooks) is transformed when he meets a nihilistic, 19-year-old Goth (Leelee Sobieski). Directed by the actress Christine Lahti and written by Jill Franklyn, it features Carol Kane, Mary Kay Place and Michael McKean. Nov. 9. * SHALLOW HAL A compulsive womanizer (Jack Black) is hypnotized into believing that the plain-looking woman hes dating is really as gorgeous as Gwyneth Paltrow (easy, because Gwyneth Paltrow plays her). Directed by the busy Farrelly brothers. Nov. 9. * WINDTALKERS John Woo, arguably the most influential filmmaker working today (given how often his extreme action style has been imitated), tackles the story of the Navajo code talkers, who passed secret messages by radio during the war in the Pacific. Nicolas Cage, Christian Slater and Frances OConnor star. Nov. 9. THE FLUFFER A drama about low-level workers in the pornography industry, directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash West.Nov. 16. * HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERERS STONE First installment in what promises to be a long line of films adapted from J. K. Rowlings fantasy novels, about a put-upon boy (a newcomer, Daniel Radcliffe) who attends a secret school of sorcery. With Richard Harris (Dumbledore), Maggie Smith (Professor McGonagall) and Robbie Coltrane (Hagrid). Chris Columbus directed. Nov. 16. A related article is on Page 40. THE NEW GUY A high school geek (DJ Qualls) acts up enough to earn himself a prison term but learns to be a tough guy from a fellow inmate (Eddie Griffin). Ed Decter directs. Nov. 16. BLACK KNIGHT A worker at the Medieval World amusement park, played by the volatile Martin Lawrence, gets a crack on the head and is projected back to 14th-century England. With Tom Wilkinson and Kevin Conway. The sitcom veteran Gil Junger directed. Nov. 21. SPY GAME Ready to retire from the international espionage business, a C.I.A. agent (Robert Redford) is called back on the job when it appears that his protégé, Brad Pitt, has gone over to the dark side. Directed by Tony Scott. Nov. 21. THE WAY WE LAUGHED A film by Gianni Amelio (Lamerica), which mellowed after a couple of years of sitting on the shelf, about Sicilian brothers who emigrate upcountry to Turin in search of employment. Nov. 21. IN THE BEDROOM Tom Wilkinson and Sissy Spacek are a quiet New England couple whose lives are violently changed when their son (Nick Stahl) is killed. Directed by Todd Field, from a story by Andre Dubus. Nov. 23. THE AFFAIR OF THE NECKLACE Hilary Swank in Charles Shyers historical drama as an 18th-century countess cheated of her title by Frances royal family. With Simon Baker, Adrien Brody, Jonathan Pryce and Christopher Walken. Nov. 30. SUPER TROOPERS The Canadian comedy troupe Broken Lizard in a farce about misbehaving Vermont state troopers. Jay Chandrasekhar directed and plays one of the leading roles. Brian Cox and Lynda Carter guest-star. Nov. 30. Fall THE FINAL CURTAIN Peter OToole and Rhys Ifans as feuding British game show hosts. Pat Harkins directed. KILLING ME SOFTLY Chen Kaige, the Chinese filmmaker whose Yellow Earth initiated his countrys filmmaking renaissance, makes his first English-language feature -- the story of a scientist (Heather Graham) who runs off with an adventurer (Joseph Fiennes). PRINCESA The odyssey of Fernanda, a 19-year-old Brazilian transvestite, who arrives in Milan in search of the perfect man. When she finds him, he insists that she have a sex-change operation -- and shes not so sure. Directed by Henrique Goldman. December B-52 Hartmut Bitomsky, the canny documentarian who made Reichsautobahn, explores another engineering feat of World War II: the American B-52 bomber. Dec. 5. * ALI Will Smith as Muhammad Ali, in a biographical epic directed by Michael Mann (The Insider). A big movie, with five credited screenwriters and a cast that includes Jon Voight, Jamie Foxx, Jada Pinkett Smith, Jeffrey Wright, Mario Van Peebles, Ron Silver and Giancarlo Esposito. Dec. 7. A related article is on Page 56. THE BUSINESS OF STRANGERS A corporate executive (Stockard Channing) passes a drunken evening with her surly young assistant (Julia Stiles). Things get out of hand when they select an oblivious businessman (Frederick Weller) as the focus of all of their rage against male bosses. A first feature by Patrick Stettner. Dec. 7. HEAVEN The first installment of the trilogy (followed by Purgatory and Hell) that the great Polish director Krzysztof Kieslowski was working on when he died. Miramax bought the script and gave it to Tom Tykwer (Run, Lola, Run) to direct, for reasons that are not yet apparent. Cate Blanchett plays a junkie turned anti-drug vigilante. Dec. 7. * OCEANS ELEVEN The venerable Rat Pack vehicle, a heist picture set in Las Vegas, remade by Steven Soderbergh and starring George Clooney, Matt Damon and Brad Pitt. Dec. 7. A related article is on Page 56. PIÑERO The life and times of the Puerto Rican playwright Miguel Piñero (Short Eyes) as played by Benjamin Bratt. From Leon Ichaso, director of Crossover Dreams. Dec. 7. AS I WAS MOVING AHEAD OCCASIONALLY I SAW BRIEF GLIMPSES OF BEAUTY The dean of New Yorks avant-garde, Jonas Mekas, presents the latest, 288-minute installment of his film diary. Dec. 12. NOT ANOTHER TEEN MOVIE Sounds like a Scary Movie-style spoof of the myriad conventions of the teenage romance genre, à la Freddie Prinze Jr. Those responsible include Joel Gallen (director), Jaime Pressly, Mia Kirschner, Randy Quaid, Chyler Leigh, Chris Evans and Joy Bisco. Dec. 14. * VANILLA SKY Cameron Crowe directed this remake of the 1997 Spanish film Open Your Eyes. Tom Cruise is a dashing playboy whose face is destroyed in a car accident. But his real problems start when a doctor (Kurt Russell) tells him his looks can be reconstructed. With Penélope Cruz, Cameron Diaz and Jason Lee. Dec. 14. * LITTLE OTIK The Czech cult filmmaker Jan Svankmajer (Alice) offers his version of an Eastern European fairy tale about a childless couple who adopt a tree stump.It grows into something awful enough to eat a cat and a mailman. Dec. 19. * THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING The opening installment of Peter Jacksons trilogy, adapted from J. R. R. Tolkiens fantasy cycle. Elijah Wood plays Frodo Baggins, a hobbit with a mission to destroy the One Ring, source of the power of the evil Dark Lord Sauron. A big cast includes Ian McKellen, Cate Blachett, Sean Astin, Hugo Weaving, Brad Dourif, Christopher Lee, Ian Holm, Liv Tyler and Viggo Mortenson. Dec. 19. A related article is on page 40. THE ACCIDENTAL SPY Jackie Chan as a salesman who dreams of great adventures and finds his chance when hes recruited to search for a missing lung-cancer virus in this action-comedy. Dec. 21. * GANGS OF NEW YORK Martin Scorsese reconstructed 19th-century New York on a back lot in Rome for this epic about the dangerous gangs who roamed the streets of Manhattan. Leonardo DiCaprio is the son of the leader of the feared Dead Rabbits; he has a bone to pick with a rival gangster (Daniel Day-Lewis) when his father turns up dead. Cameron Diaz, Liam Neeson, John C. Reilly and Brendan Gleeson fill out the cast. Dec. 21. * GOSFORD PARK Robert Altman directs an upstairs-downstairs mystery set at an English country estate. A hunting party is in progress, and the servants and the served -- Bob Balaban, Alan Bates, Stephen Fry, Michael Gambon, Richard E. Grant, Derek Jacobi, Helen Mirren, Jeremy Northam, Clive Owen, Ryan Phillippe, Maggie Smith, Kristin Scott Thomas and Emily Watson -- are all suspects when a murder takes place. Dec. 21. A related article is on Page 52. JIMMY NEUTRON, BOY GENIUS The cable channel Nickelodeon presents an animated feature about a plucky 10-year-old whose inventions just might save his hometown from an alien invasion. The voice talent includes Patrick Stewart and Martin Short; John A. Davis wrote and directed. Dec. 21. JOE SOMEBODY The office drone (Tim Allen) is humiliated in front of his little daughter by the company bully and decides to pump himself up into a person to be taken seriously. Directed by John Pasquin. With Julie Bowen, Kelly Lynch and Patrick Warburton. Dec. 21. LANTANA A network of strained human relationships is revealed as a police detective (Anthony LaPaglia) looks into the disappearance of a Sydney woman. With Geoffrey Rush, Barbara Hershey and Leah Purcell; Ray Lawrence directs from Andrew Bovells novel. Dec. 21. * THE MAJESTIC Jim Carrey in a dramatic role, as a blacklisted screenwriter of the 1950s who takes refuge in a small town. The canny Frank Darabont (The Green Mile) directed. With Martin Landau, Allen Garfield and Laurie Holden. Dec. 21. BAD COMPANY A longtime C.I.A. agent (Anthony Hopkins) has just a short time to train a streetwise recruit (Chris Rock) to replace his murdered twin brother on a sensitive mission. The director is Joel Schumacher (Tigerland). Dec. 25. * A BEAUTIFUL MIND The true story of John Forbes Nash Jr. (Russell Crowe), a math genius struck by schizophrenia. He overcomes his illness (this is Oscar season) with the help of Ed Harris, Jennifer Connelly, Paul Bettany and Christopher Plummer. Ron Howard directed. Dec. 25. * THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS The Tenenbaum family (headed by Gene Hackman and Anjelica Huston) produced a trio of child prodigies but has since fallen on hard times. The children, now grown up (Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Stiller, Luke Wilson) have moved back home to contemplate the disaster of their lives, when dad turns up on the doorstep, begging for a second chance. An uncategorizable film from Wes Anderson, the director of Rushmore. Dec. 25. * THE SHIPPING NEWS Miramaxs Oscar contender is based on E. Annie Proulxs novel about a newspaper columnist (Kevin Spacey) who retreats to his family home in Newfoundland after a traumatic experience involving his wife (Cate Blanchett) and their young daughter. Lasse Hallstrom directed, calling again on the talents of his Chocolat screenwriter, Robert Nelson Jacobs. With Julianne Moore, Rhys Ifans and, of course, Judi Dench. Dec. 25. THE TIME MACHINE Another interpretation of the H. G. Wells story. Guy Pearce creates a machine that propels him 800,000 years into a grim future for the human race. Mark Addy, Jeremy Irons and Philip Bosco figure in it, too; Simon Wells, the authors great-grandson, directed. Dec. 25. HOW HIGH A mutant form of marijuana allows two slackers -- played by the rap stars Redman and Method Man -- to do well enough on their SATs to get into Harvard. Now what? Jesse Dylan directed. Dec. 26. I AM SAM Oscar bid? You decide. Sean Penn plays a mentally disabled man who has been successfully bringing up his young daughter. But when social services gets wind of the situation, they want to take the child away. A pro bono lawyer (Michele Pfeiffer) is Sams only hope. Jessie Nelson directed. Dec. 28. January BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Polished up for Imax in time for its 10th anniversary, a Disney fairy tale favorite returns. The directors, Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise, have added a new song, Human Again, for this special edition. Jan. 1. EISENSTEIN The troubled life of the revolutionary Russian filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein (Simon McBurney), who had the bad luck to be gay, Jewish and brilliant in the early Soviet period. Renny Bartlett directed. Jan. 2. ZU WARRIORS The Hong Kong favorite Tsui Hark directs a digital remake of his 1991 fantasy adventure, Zu: Warriors From the Magic Mountain. Jan. 14. THE FAREWELL Jan Schuttes German film imagines the last day of Bertolt Brechts 1956 summer vacation, as he juggles his wife and mistresses while preparing to return to Berlin. Jan. 16. ITALIAN FOR BEGINNERS Love blooms among the members of a language class in a Danish provincial city. The first official Dogma film to be directed by a woman (Lone Scherfig). Jan. 18. PLUTO NASH A hundred years in the future, Eddie Murphy owns a nightclub on the moon but is still experiencing the old mob shakedown tactics. Rosario Dawson stars as the clubs chanteuse. With Jay Mohr and Randy Quaid. Ron Underwood directed. Jan. 18. DRAGONFLY A doctor (Kevin Costner) believes his dead wife is trying to speak to him through his patients near-death experiences. Tom Shadyac directed, closer, one hopes, to his Nutty Professor than to his Patch Adams. Jan. 25. 40 DAYS AND 40 NIGHTS After a painful breakup, Josh Hartnett swears to stay away from women for the title period, while his ex, Shannyn Sossamon, plots to get him back. Michael Lehmann (Heathers) directed this romantic comedy. Jan. 25. NO SUCH THING A new fable from Hal Hartley (Trust) that sounds like a variation on Beauty and the Beast. A monster (Robert John Burke) kills everyone who comes near him, except a reporter (Sarah Polley). January. February MONSOON WEDDING Family tensions explode during a Punjabi wedding in New Delhi. From Mira Nair, director of Salaam Bombay! Feb. 1. THE PANIC ROOM Jodie Foster was a last-minute replacement for Nicole Kidman in this new thriller by David Fincher (Seven). A New Yorker whose brownstone is invaded by three burglars, she hides with her daughter in a secret panic room. Feb. 1. * THE SONS ROOM An Italian family struggles to survive the death of a son, in a very muted melodrama by Nanni Mo retti (Ciao Diario). The Palme dOr winner of the 2001 Cannes International Film Festival. Feb. 2. CITY BY THE SEA Robert De Niro as a New York police detective who finds that his son (James Franco) is the prime suspect in a killing. Directed by Michael Caton-Jones (This Boys Life). Feb. 8. KATE AND LEOPOLD Kate is Meg Ryan, a scientist who specializes in time travel, and Leopold is Hugh Jackman, a Victorian gentleman she has managed to transport into present-day New York. Is love in the air? James Mangold (Cop Land) is the director. Feb. 8. * ROLLERBALL The action ace John McTiernan (Die Hard) tackles a remake of the 1975 science fiction thriller. The violent sport of the title -- sort of a Roller Derby with weapons -- has become the national obsession, and its champion (Chris Klein) is the national hero. With LL Cool J, Jean Reno and Rebecca Romijn-Stamos. Feb. 8. SCOTLAND, PA. Macbeth transplanted to a fast food empire in Pennsylvania. With James LeGros, Maura Tierney, Christopher Walken and assorted other downtown types. Billy Morissette directs. Feb. 8. BIRTHDAY GIRL Jez Butterworths British comedy, about a lonely clerk (Ben Chaplin) who writes away to Russia for a mail order bride, and gets more than he bargained for (Nicole Kidman). Feb. 22. March * BLACK HAWK DOWN Ridley Scott staged this action drama set among the soldiers airdropped into Somalia in 1993. Tom Sizemore, Eric Bana, Josh Hartnett and Sam Shepard star. March 1. ICE AGE A woolly mammoth, with the voice of Ray Romano, teams up with a giant sloth, with the voice of John Leguizamo, to return a human baby to its cave family. A computer-animated film from Chris Wedge, an Oscar winner for his short film Bunny. March 15. BLADE 2 The vampire-hunting comic book hero (Wesley Snipes) is back, though this time with an interesting director: Mexicos Guillermo del Toro, who did Cronos. March 22. E.T. THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL A 20th-anniversary victory lap for Steven Spielbergs cuddly spaceman. March 22. THE SWEETEST THING San Francisco party girls (Cameron Diaz and Christina Applegate) panic when the prospect of true love raises its tousled head. Roger Kumble directed. March 22. * AND YOUR MOTHER TOO The Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón returns home after two Hollywood projects (A Little Princess and Great Expectations) for a politically pointed erotic comedy about two upper-class teenagers who run away with a sexy older woman (Maribel Verdu). March. * POSSESSION Neil LaBute films A. S. Byatts novel about two English literary scholars (Aaron Eckhart and Gwyneth Paltrow) who discover that the 19th-century writers (in flashback, Jeremy Northam and Jennifer Ehle) who are their respective objects of study had a secret affair. They set out on the same course. March. THE ROAD TO PERDITION Max Allan Collinss graphic novel (a k a comic book) about a 1930s hit man known as the Angel of Death, who must go on the run from Al Capone. High-profile stuff, directed by Sam Mendes and starring Tom Hanks, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jude Law and Paul Newman. March. More 2002 SPIDER-MAN Pushed back from a planned November release, Sam Raimis adaptation of the cult comic book features Tobey Maguire as the neurotic superhero. With Kirsten Dunst, Rosemary Harris and Willem Dafoe. May 3. * STAR WARS EPISODE II: ATTACK OF THE CLONES Fans are still debating that dumb title, though plot details are rare. It does seem to star Hayden Christensen as Anakin, an apprentice Jedi assigned with his mentor, Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor), to protect Princess Amidala (Natalie Portman) from her political enemies. May 22. SPIRIT: STALLION OF THE CIMARRON An animated feature from DreamWorks. Directed by Kelly Asbury and Lorna Cook. May 24. SCOOBY-DOO The enduring childrens television show about a crime-solving dog. Hell be digital, the other actors (Matthew Lillard, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr.) merely human. Raja Gosnell directed. June 14. * MINORITY REPORT Steven Spielbergs thriller, from a story by Philip K. Dick, is set in a future in which technology can be used to predict crimes. A Pre-Crimes Unit investigator (Tom Cruise) discovers that he himself is a suspect in just such a future transgression and has a young whippersnapper (Colin Farrell) on his trail. June 28. MEN IN BLACK 2 Details are still vague on this sequel, though Will Smith will return as a government agent assigned to track aliens and Patrick Warburton will be his new partner (no sign of Tommy Lee Jones). Barry Sonnenfeld is directing, again. July 3. STUART LITTLE 2 The lovable mouse, with the voice of Michael J. Fox, returns to New York. A new character from E. B. Whites novel, a bird named Margalo (Melanie Griffith), has been added to the cast. Rob Minkoff, who directed the first, is back, too. July 19. BLOOD WORK Clint Eastwood directs and stars as Terry McCaleb, retired director of the F.B.I., who is pulled back into the game when the serial killer he stalked for years returns. Aug. 9. All dates are subject to change. Compiled with the assistance of Suzanne OConnor.. Annotated list of new film season; photos; drawings (L)
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