In a New York Times newsroom filled with stars, David Carr ranked as one of the few whose death would merit a makeover of the newspaper’s front page. When the media columnist died suddenly Thursday…
An attention-grabbing performance by Hunter Page-Lochard is the major selling point of Sarah Spillane's cliche-ridden high school-set drama.
Almost 90 years ago, Hollywood was reeling from one scandal after another as the biggest stars in the biz behaved in ways that would make today's hard-partying celebutantes blush.
In television, the burdensome label "quality" can be a hard sell to audiences. But as this year's Emmy nominations demonstrate, you can sure as hell market it.
Prohibition's end heralded a lush rebirth for the entertainment industry.
If sharks were camels and the Pacific was a desert, the Norwegian adventure "Kon-Tiki" could be "Lawrence of Arabia." It has a dashing blond hero with penetrating blue eyes. And it has the kind of…
As of this writing, my Klout score is 62.
Hold the front page: Vaudeville Discovered Alive and Well... and living uproariously in Nicholas Hytner's joyous production.
The 2011 Sarasota Film Festival will open with doc "Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times" and screen more than 180 features and shorts in a nine-day run to be capped by closer "Beginners."
An efficient primer on a year's worth of stories and setbacks at America's paper of record.