Mark Ruffalo is reportedly going to play a media spin-meister in a new TV series. Will this work?
Why Jim Sturgess' new movie is worth getting excited about
Hollywood's big-name actresses are so privileged, the controversial director isn't a threat
Reflections on China Mieville's "Perdido Street Station" and Marion Zimmer Bradley's The Mists of Avalon
Characters returned to campus after a the summer, and they have plenty of new lessons to learn
We're in a strange moment in music, where hip-hop and conventional pop are sharing space in the same songs
News that the film is in the works should spark outrage, but instead it just inspires a shrug
Tonight's season premiere features the club singing Jay-Z's "Empire State of Mind." Why this is a bad choice.
The actress is slated to star in a female version of "Big Bang Theory." Why this is a bad idea.
Should television shows use romance as a way to structure their stories?
The singer's new single and video could help people forget about his unsavory past
This series looks beyond New York, Los Angeles, and Miami—and that's not the only procedural convention it breaks with
Every actress in Hollywood wanted to be in the U.S. adaptation of Stieg Larsson's novel. But keep an eye out for the star of the original film.
Half a decade after the film was released, a look at how it transformed the romantic comedy genre—and the careers of its stars
Notes on going to a party in honor of the artist—and waiting nearly three hours for him to show up
"Pretty Woman" may be the actress' most famous movie from the '80s, but this film feels much realer
The artist's latest single is the second song of the summer that explores the dark side of a big night
An underpaid extra in the hospital after a devastating on-set accident. What happened?
Two histories—"Endurance" and "Battle Cry of Freedom"—serve as models for how we should approach the present
The actors offer a glimmer of hope for the film adaptations of Alexadre Dumas' novels