On this show, actions have consequences.
Films like Seth MacFarlane's directorial debut may be a dying breed at the American box office.
Sorkin's fans defend 'The Newsroom' by saying critics are too dumb to understand it. Are they right?
As in 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' shows, film and TV's depictions of the 16th president range from reverent to bizarre.
Executive producer David X. Cohen describes how the Comedy Central show goes from idea to finished product.
When films trade on nostalgia for the not-so-distant past, they're often more fun to watch in the not-so-distant future.
For a show about advertising, it's been remarkably difficult to promote.
From 'Blair Witch' to 'Prometheus,' increasingly elaborate interactive ad campaigns rely on fan fervor, even if they don't guarantee box-office success.
On the season finale, the characters struggle to conceal who they really are.
The action-packed 'Snow White and the Huntsman' is less a subversion of an old story than a return to one.
The stunning, episode-long Battle of Blackwater leaves no character untouched.
'Men in Black 3' is the latest film to face internal consistency problems while tapping into the human desire to change fate.
Twists of fate drive the intertwining narratives at play in Westeros.
Behind the scenes at the celebrity rounds of the iconic game show
The characters aren't just fighting over who will be the next king—they're struggling to determine their legacies for generations to come.
'Dark Shadows' adapts a long-running serial—the kind of network show that just doesn't work anymore.
The female characters are learning how to navigate the tricky gender politics of Westeros.
'Men In Black III' or 'Moonrise Kingdom'? 'G.I. Joe' or 'Magic Mike'? Could the new 'Spider-Man' be good?
Is there anyone trustworthy left in Westeros?
The long-gone author who inspired 'The Raven' has 251 movie- or TV-writing credits and counting.