Paul Schneider is the first one to tell you he has friends back home who wouldn't be so inclined to show their emotions the way actors often do.
When audiences came to "Two and a Half Men" to have Charlie Sheen charm them as an engaging lothario, they also got something few probably expected -- strong women who often push and pull the central…
"I like learning to do the stuff I've never done, like sword fighting," beams 11-year-old Abigail Breslin, who swashbuckles in her next movie, "Nim's Island." Another perk? "I get to climb a volcano."
Dylan and Cole Sprouse aren't afraid of the paparazzi.
Agent Cindy Osbrink says she can see the thing that makes a child a star almost right away.
In the vast homevideo universe of spinning dogs, birthday cake snafus and people tripping, it's only those clips with that special something that make it past the producers at "America's Funniest…
As shows like "Deadliest Catch" and "Intervention" take us further into the dangers of people working risky jobs or facing life-threatening situations, reality television faces an ever-present…
For the first time in more than a decade, the Emmy race for comedy supporting actor is full of rookies getting the chance to take home gold.
In the fast-paced world of episodic television production, directors sometimes come and go but directors of photography tend to stick around. So d.p.s become crucial collaborators in establishing a…
When CG crews return to beloved characters on films like "Shrek the Third" and "Spider-Man 3" they face two great challenges -- incorporating the new tools and techniques developed between the…
As part of the new workplace comedy, Tracy Morgan and Alec Baldwin bring solid skills and something a little unexpected to "30 Rock," according to Morgan. "A lot of why this show works is you have…