Anne Serling, daughter of “The Twilight Zone” creator Rod Serling, spoke out against the way Brett Kavanaugh has invoked her father’s iconic series.
Asher is a familiar archetype in high schools the world over, but one not often seen with this much specificity on screen.
The origins of the “Star Is Born” go back to a 1932 drama called “What Price Hollywood?” that starred Constance Bennett.
Matthew Weiner was reflecting on his management style this Yom Kippur, but continues to deny charges of misconduct involving a female employee.
“The most important thing for us is that despite the pressure, the artistic vision survives and lives on.”
An introduction to the inner life of comedian Gilda Radner — sexism, eating disorders, and her tragic death of cancer at a young age.
“American Dharma” presents the same difficulties as following up a film like “Borat”: once people know your game, it’s harder to punk them.
May made kasha of male vanity in ways few others dared.
We can now count Bert (but not Ernie) as a member of the tribe.
Actor Tom Arnold tussled with Reality TV maven Mark Burnett at a pre-Emmys party Sunday September 16, and the story just keeps getting stranger.
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