Once upon a time, John Milius wrote a script titled "Apocalypse Now" as a guerrilla 16mm film project in which his USC filmmaking buddy George Lucas and a tiny crew were to risk life and limb filming…
What people really remember from "The X-Files" isn't necessarily particular lines of dialogue, or exchanges between Mulder and Scully, but the ethereal images that the series beams out like a…
At first, Mark Snow didn't know what to make of Chris Carter.
From its beginnings, "The X-Files" was as much a product of circumstances as of meticulous planning led by creator-producer Chris Carter.
"There's something about doing that first score for a film," says composer Carter Burwell, "that is maybe the most exciting moment you'll ever have creatively. You have nothing in your musical…
The almost universal lament over the decline in pop music culture has calcified into such a chunk of Conventional Wisdom that it's become pure folly to dispute.
It seems almost too perfect. The Newman music family. The legacy of the triumvirate of Alfred, Lionel and Emil carried on by the younger generation of Randy, Thomas, David and Maria.
Long before Alanis Morissette delivered her treatise about what life is like when it is "Ironic," Randy Newman was pop music's ironist par excellence.
Ted Lange has seen the highs and lows of show business, and states emphatically that right now, in the late 1990s, is definitely not a low for the depiction of black characters on television.
Sean Connery has continued to reinvent himself across four decades of movies, still standing while other stars fade. But it’s not just a matter of durability; by resisting the gravitational force of…