When Jordan Kerner, the prolific producer of tender family fare such as the "Smurfs" franchise, "George of the Jungle" and "Fried Green Tomatoes," is asked to describe the root of his particular…
There is a scene in "The King's Speech" that illustrates the impenetrable chasm between the lofty heights of British royalty and the stumbling, forelock-tugging serfs who ostensibly represent the…
The transcendent experience, that illuminating moment of tearful redemption, is as much a moviedom cliché as the swelling violins that often accompany it.
Diane Sawyer's move from ABC's "Good Morning America" to solo anchor on "ABC World News" in December last year made her only the second woman to be given such a job full time.
For someone who had no desire to be a Hollywood agent -- she thought it was the least exciting field in town -- Nicole Clemens has lately made the kind of splash many agents can only dream of.
When Christiane Amanpour begins hosting her own newsshow on CNN this month, it's a fair bet there won't be any yelling.
When he was casting about last year for a running mate, John McCain might have saved himself a lot of trouble had he simply noticed that Sarah Palin — his eventual choice — was a dead ringer for one…
In a dark movie theater, watching "Julie and Julia," Marissa Mayer recently experienced something of an epiphany.
That annual, almost sacred, predawn rite that trumpets the Oscar nominations is perhaps the most anticipated seven or eight minutes of the movie year. But whatever fleeting moments of warmth and…
In an era beset by the rudderless, pantyless, drink-drenched shenanigans of latenight good-time girls, 15-year-old Miley Cyrus, at least for the time being, has managed to avoid tarnishing the glow…
For Allison Silverman, childhood was no laughing matter. "Probably the funniest thing about me as a kid was how seriously I took everything," Silverman says. "I was never a class clown."