Is it a commentary on our pop culture that two of the hottest new books were written by authors who don't exist? And neither of their scams quite comes off.
A number of critics catching Peter Hall's exquisitely spoken revival of "Pygmalion" at its Theater Royal Bath premiere in July suggested it should transfer to the West End. The only problem? No…
Robert Redford tells the Los Angeles Times’ Geoff Boucher that he’s not trying to change anyone’s mind in making "Lions for Lambs." But at 70, he’s not backing away from a politically charged pic…
Ronald Harwood and Diablo Cody couldn't be more different. But in the craziness of awards season, the two screenwriters could well be on parallel tracks. While he's a master of adaptation, she's a…
From the Army Archerd Archive
FX has sounded the alarm for a fifth season of "Rescue Me," picking up 22 episodes of the Denis Leary drama.
As the smoke cleared over Southern California from a rash of devastating, lung-clogging wildfires, two media trends came into focus with the sharpened clarity that sometimes only a crisis provides.
Updated Stephen Colbert filed to be a Democratic candidate on the South Carolina primary ballot, the first step in launching something approaching a real campaign. But the AP reports, "Whether he’ll…
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. With talks ending between the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance for Motion Picture and Television Producers last night, there now is a…
The "Brains" surrounding Hillary Clinton didn't make any friends last week at Conde Nast when they balked on a firm, longstanding commitment to let the candidate pose for Vogue.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign responded to last night’s debate with a new web video called "The Politics of Pile-On" — rounding up the sheer number of times her name was mentioned last night…