For the past three years, actresses giving Academy Award acceptance speeches have been sprinkled with a smorgasbord of foreign accents.
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He's a good guy," is how Michael Stuhlbarg describes Larry Gopnik, an angst-ridden Jewish math professor who questions God, guilt and the meaning of life in "A Serious Man," Joel and Ethan Coen's…
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Danny Pudi babbles at such breakneck speed, his words coalesce into a roaring verbal tornado.
"Southland" executive producer Ann Biderman never set out to become the screen queen of crime sprees and gangster shootouts.
When reality TV needs a reality check, the one person people turn to, hands-down, is Simon Cowell.
When Tony DiSanto digs for new reality series material, he looks to film for inspiration.
'Hell's Kitchen' creators credit their ratings success to sometimes saying no.