September 19, 2003
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 75th anniversary Screen
Series, "Facets of the Diamond: 75 years of Best Picture Winners,"
will be showing "The Silence of the Lambs" in the Samuel Goldwyn
Theater on Sept. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Beverly Hills.
"The Telephone" and "The Medium," will be performed
at 8 p.m., Sept. 25 through Sept. 27 in Founders Auditorium. Directed by
Scott Farthing and Jane Dibbell, the show will feature two chamber operas
by Gian Carlo Menotti. General admission is $8 and $5 for students.
Opening this week in theaters are "Cold Creek Manor," starring
Dennis Quaid and Sharon Stone, "Underworld," starring Kate Beckinsale,
"The Fighting Temptations," starring Beyonce Knowles and Cuba
Gooding, Jr., and "Anything Else," starring Woody Allen and Christina
Singer/songwriter John Mayer is atop this week's Billboard 200 charts
with sales of 316,500 copies of his album, "Heavier Things." Teen
idol Hillary Duff's album, "Metamorphosis," falls to No. 2, selling
107,000 copies while R&B singer Seal debuts with "Seal IV"
at No. 3.
The 2003 55th Annual Primetime Emmy's will be broadcast live from the
Shrine Auditorium Sunday, Sept. 21, at 8 p.m. on Fox. Nominees include Doris
Roberts and Brad Garrett for "Everybody Loves Raymond," Sean Hayes
for "Will and Grace," Tyne Daly for "Judging Amy," Robin
Williams for "Robin Williams: Live on Broadway," Kim Cattrall
for "Sex and the City" and John Spencer for the "West Wing."