Baltimore Sun : 2020-01-14

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9 NEWS ENTERTAINM­ENT TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 2020 | | THE BALTIMORE SUN CELEBRITIE­S Tribune news services Abby Huntsman, a panelist on ABC’s “The View,” announced she’s leaving the show to help run her father’s campaign for governor of Utah and spend more time with her family. Huntsman’s departure will leave Meghan McCain as the show’s only real conservati­ve voice. Jon Huntsman announced in November that he would be seeking a third term as Utah governor, although he hasn’t done that job for a decade. He’s spent time as U.S. ambassador to Russia in the interim. “I told my dad, if ‘The View’ taught me anything, it taught me how to fight,” Huntsman said. Her last day is Friday. Exiting: Stephen Moonlighte­rs: Colbert is heading back to satire by producing a series featuring animated characters who riff on current events and interview real newsmakers. “In a time of breaking news overload, ‘Tooning Out the News’ is just what the doctor ordered,” said CBS executive Julie McNamara. Meanwhile, will host “That’s My Jam,” a comedy-variety event series on NBC inspired by his popular celebritys­tudded musical segments on the “The Tonight Show.” It will premiere after the Tokyo Olympics in August. Celebritie­s will compete against each other in musical games. Jimmy Fallon TODAY IN HISTORY sembly-line operation by employing an endless chain to pull each chassis along at its Highland Park, Michigan, plant. and Joe DiMaggio were married at San Francisco City Hall. Singer Jack Jones is 82. Actress Faye Dunaway is 79. Actress Holland Taylor is 77. Producer T-Bone Burnett is 72. Actor Carl Weathers is 72. Director Steven Soderbergh is 57. Actress Emily Watson is 53. Guitarist Zakk Wylde is 53. Rapper-actor LL Cool J is 52. Actor Jason Bateman is 51. Musician Dave Grohl is 51. Actor Zach Gilford is 38. Jan. 14 birthdays: former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy thanked Americans for their condolence­s following the assassinat­ion of her husband. In 1964, Associated Press President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and French General Charles de Gaulle opened a wartime conference in Casablanca. In 1943, the United States ratified the Treaty of Paris ending the Revolution­ary War; Britain followed suit in April 1784. On Jan. 14, 1784, President Ronald Reagan delivered his 331st and final weekly White House radio address. In 1989, Ford Motor Co. greatly improved its as- In 1914, Marilyn Monroe In 1954, THEATER DIRECTORY By Amy Dickinson [email protected]­on.com Twitter @askingamy Cinébistro at the Rotunda R/C Hollywood Movies 4 ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 5509 Oregon Avenue Arbutus 410-242-1188 711 W40th St. Baltimore 667-219-2430 Bow-Tie Cinemas Annapolis Mall 1020 Annapolis Mall Annapolis 410-224-1145 www.Cinébistro.com www.rctheatres.com Parkway Theatre CARROLL COUNTY 5 W. North Ave. Baltimore 410-752-8083 www.bowtiecine­mas.com Bow-Tie Cinemas Harbour Center R/C Westminste­r 9 www.mdfilmfest.com/Parkway 400 North Center Street 410-871-4900 BALTIMORE COUNTY EAST 2474 Solomons Island Rd Annapolis Harbour Shopping Center 410-224-1145 www.rctheatres.com AMC White Marsh HARFORD COUNTY White Marsh Blvd. & I-95 North at The Avenue at White Marsh 410-933-9428 www.bowtiecine­mas.com Cinemark Egyptian 24 AMC CLASSIC Churchvill­e 7 7000 Arundel Mills Circle Arundel Mills Mall 443-755-8990 2408 Churchvill­e Rd Bel Air, MD 21224 410-734-9275 www.moviewatch­er.com Horizon Cinemas Beltway Plaza www.cinemark.com www.amctheatre­s.com Hoyts Cinema West Nursery 14 7660 Belair Road Nottingham 410-882-5911 Horizon Cinemas 1591 West Nursery Road Linthicum 410-850-8999 2315 Belair Road Fallston, MD 21047 443-981-3248 www.horizoncin­emas.com Flagship Eastpoint 10 Cinemas www.westnurser­ycinemas.com www.horizoncin­emas.com Marley Station 8 Regal Bel Air Stadium 14 7938 Eastern Avenue Baltimore 410-284-3100 Horizon Cinemas 7900 Governor Ritchie Hwy 410-766-9700 Regal Entertainm­ent Group 409 Constant Friendship Blvd., Abingdon 410-569-8276 www.flagshipci­nemas.com www.horizoncin­emas.com BALTIMORE COUNTY NORTH www.REGmovies.com Regal Waugh Chapel Stadium 12 HOWARD COUNTY Regal Hunt Valley Stadium 12 Regal Entertainm­ent Group 1419 S. Main Chapel Way 410-541-7160 AMC Columbia 14 Regal Entertainm­ent Group 1511 McCormick Road 844-462-7342 The Mall in Columbia 10300 Patuxent Pkwy. 410-423-0510 www.REGmovies.com BALTIMORE CITY www.REGmovies.com www.moviewatch­er. com Cinemark Towson and XD The Charles UA Snowden SQ Stadium 14 111 E Joppa Road 410-823-1217 1711 N. Charles Street Baltimore 410-727-FILM Regal Entertainm­ent Group 9161 Commerce Center Dr. 410-872-0670 www.cinemark.com www.thecharles.com BALT IMORE COUNTY NORTH WEST www.REGmovies.com Landmark Harbor East AMC Owings Mills 17 PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY 645 S. President Street Baltimore 410-624-2622 Owings Mills Town Center Mill Run Circle 888-262-4386 AMC Rivertowne 12 www.LandmarkTh­eatres.com 6075 Oxon Hill Road Oxon Hill 240-766-8418 www.moviewatch­er.com Maryland Science Center BALTIMORE COUNTY WEST www.moviewatch­er. com 601 Light Street Baltimore 410-685-5225 AMC Security Square 8 www.marylandsc­iencecente­r.org 1717 Rolling Road 410-265-6911 The Senator Theatre www.moviewatch­er. com 5904 York Road Baltimore 410-323-4424 www.thesenator­theatre.com For movie listings and showtimes, visit: www.baltimores­un.com/movies

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