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…
No one is more aware of their narrow escape from the "Where are they now?" file than Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer.
Last season, the punchlines on "Two and a Half Men" included jokes about breast implants, pregnancy fetishes and Las Vegas hookers. Overhearing some of these bawdy quips was a 13-year-old, the…
1) What are the occupational hazards? Lack of sleep and sore thumbs when trying to review a 25-hour videogame over one weekend. Ben Fritz Family life represents not an occupational hazard but a…
Summer truly is the winter of a film critic's discontent, the time when we are annually forced to confront the serious possibility of our own irrelevance. Even if one took the occasion of…
To borrow a line from a book -- one of those things I read before TV swallowed all my spare time -- for critics, these are truly the best and worst of times.
Germany's new production fund has sparked a boom in Berlin's film industry, injecting substantial cash and glamour into the bohemian metropolis.
The names George Lucas and Regin Philbin don't usually pop up in the same sentence, but both men will be popping out with separate 3-D TV presentations this Halloween.
Midnight on Nov. 1 marks the entertainment industry's zero hour, the moment when the Writers Guild contract expires, and scribes, studios and the rest of Hollywood are in limbo.
Katie Couric's recent trip to Iraq and Syria didn't light up the ratings -- and it certainly didn't stop speculation over how long she can last in the anchor chair.