“Queer Eye” fans, Bravo has a treat for you. The NBCU cabler has set a reunion special for groundbreaking makeover show “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.” Hosted by Andy Cohen, special will bring back…
For Your Eyes Only
After going through several hoops to get the adaptation of the Broadway musical “Jersey Boys” off the ground, Graham King and Warner Bros. look as if they are getting closer to a start date. Broadway…
Margaret Thatcher, who died Monday of a stroke, age 87, was one of the U.K.'s most politically divisive figures in recent history — and, as a result, was a media favorite. She became a pop-culture…
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After years of criticism about its often strange and unfathomable choices in the song category, the Academy's music branch finally dumped its confusing numerical grading in 2012 and returned to the…
Current books by staffers include Cynthia Littleton's examination of the Hollywood writers strike, Robert Hofler's study of film's sexual revolution, Jon Burlingame's celebration of the music of…
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…
After the excesses of "Moonraker," producer Albert R. Broccoli made a surprising but welcome decision: He brought James Bond back down to earth.
Even James Bond made it to CES -- or at least three of the directors that gave him orders did as 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment used the tech confab to promote the release of all of the 007…
The shortest and certainly the most action-dense Bond ever, "Quantum of Solace" plays like an extended footnote to "Casino Royale" rather than a fully realized stand-alone movie.