Batman has the Joker, Harry Potter has Lord Voldemort, and in the world of James Bond one archenemy reigns supreme: Ernst Stavro Blofeld. The head of a global crime syndicate known as SPECTRE…
The third season of "Boardwalk Empire" achieved such operatic highs -- and featured such an assortment of twisting alliances, along with a truly menacing villain -- that the slow start to the current…
David C. Anderson, an assistant director, unit production manager, producer and production executive who worked on James Bond films “Dr. No” and “From Russia With Love” and pictures including “The…
Battle of Bond vs. Hitchcock boils at Brit kudos, while Valjean, others lurk
I owe my love of movies to James Bond. Of all the vices 007 could have instilled in me -- brawling, smoking, womanizing, drinking and reckless driving -- a case of cinephilia really wasn't such a bad…
What must it have been like to see "Dr. No" in 1962, discovering James Bond on the bigscreen for the first time?
Halfway through the February sweep, CBS Television Distribution's "Dr. Phil" is cementing its status as syndication's most-watched talkshow, finally inheriting the mantle from Dr. Phil's mentor…
The Oscars may be America's preeminent film awards, but there's one category in which the Golden Globes have them beat: foreign-language cinema.
Joseph Wiseman, an actor who played the sinister scientist and title character of Dr. No in the first James Bond feature film, has died. He was 91.
Very few composers can be said to have created a new style of film music," says David Arnold. "John Barry single-handedly created the spy genre."