Riding high on critical acclaim and a Golden Globe win, HBO oater "Deadwood" gallops on to DVD with an impressive six-disc set. Set arrives a month before the second season debut. That's plenty of…
A collection of commissioned essays from 23 established writers on their favorite TV shows (or TV memories), "Prime Times" bridges the gap between the "vast wasteland" of television and more high…
In "Open Wide," Variety editors Hayes and Bing explore the current state of the film biz and the way its emphasis on opening weekend box office grosses has transformed the industry both creatively…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
This collection of Los Angeles Times film critic Turan's reviews emphasizes films that weren't blockbusters upon theatrical release but are must-sees for real film lovers.
A comprehensive history of American comedy teams, Epstein's book traces the evolution of the comedy team from the early days of vaudeville all the way to today's primetime comedies.
Village Voice dance critic Jowitt has composed a scholarly biography of legendary choreographer Robbins.
Rolfe opens up his family's history to examine the creative symbiosis in the cross-generational friendship between pioneering and Pulitzer Prize winning author Cather and music prodigy Yaltah -- and…
Dish from Emmy winners Jon Stewart, Bertram van Munster, Elaine Stritch, Terrence Winter, Walter Hill, Drea de Matteo, Cynthia Nixon, Michael Imperioli, David Chase, Jason Bateman.
Bill Maher and Sarah Silverman are preaching fire and brimstone in Hollywood. Some freaky side-effect of "The Passion of the Christ?" Not exactly.
A pair of Los Angeles legit orgs joined forces Friday as the Unusual Suspects hosted a preview performance of "M. Butterfly" at the East West Players' David Henry Hwang Theater.
"The Stepford Wives" took home triple honors at the fifth annual Golden Trailer Awards Tuesday at downtown L.A.'s Orpheum Theater. Paramount's summer comedy claimed wins in the most original and…