Talking with the authors of a new book that chronicles the obscenely candid comedian's tragic, drug-fueled peak
For years, the actor has taken credit for bravely hiring a communist screenwriter in the McCarthy era. But there have long been questions about his version of the story.
A new film reckons with the fact that more and more reporters are getting killed in combat zones
A new documentary tells the tale of William Colby, the enigmatic intelligence agent and C.I.A. director, and the family he kept at a distance
The studio exec who green-lit the influential film looks back
Jerry Schilling, who counted Presley as his best friend, looks back on The King
An interview with Dale Dye, a Vietnam veteran who has served as a consultant on more than 50 movies and TV shows, including Emmy-nominated "The Pacific"
Joe Eszterhas, author of Basic Instinct and Showgirls, on why he left Hollywood for Ohio and why he loves Zsa Zsa Gabor