From the August 06, 2013 issue of Variety
A closer look at who got what for which.
Guest star gigs let Michael J. Fox dip his toe into the acting waters after walking away from his starring role on "Spin City" in 2000 due to symptoms from Parkinson's disease.
New Locarno artistic director Carlo Chatrian hasn't reinvented the wheel, but it's clear he's keen on adding luster to the Swiss event with a promisingly diverse lineup for its 66th edition.
"30 Rock" editor Ken Eluto (nommed for picture editing, comedy) had a favorite moment in the finale: "When Liz comes to see Tracy in the strip club — which is how the show started — you see…
Neil Patrick Harris can do just about anything — other than one of those graceful Cirque du Soleil style press-up handstands, but he's working on that.
The distance between Hollywood and Silicon Valley is being bridged by people like Seacrest and Systrom, who are emblematic of an ongoing cross-pollination between these two worlds.
The best celeb investors take the time to understand new technologies, learn about new platforms and figure out how their brand best fits with the startup's business trajectory. Here are four of the…
Nominees such as Robert Morse, Jane Fonda, Diana Rigg, Elaine Stritch and Bob Newhart do more than just deliver a line — they become part of the narrative.
Hail the Creative Arts Emmy nominees! From "Game of Thrones" to "How I Met Your Mother," we can't get enough of their work.