In addition to Jeffrey Wright's latest roles in Catching Fire and Boardwalk Empire, he talks about his distinguished career and process for choosing roles. Wright also discusses his beloved Washington Redskins and the debate over the team's name.
As recent visitors to Atlantic City and fans of HBO's Boardwalk Empire, we thought we just had to sort out the fact and fiction presented in the show, specifically as it applied to the bars that so many of the scenes take place in.
It's the most wonderful time of the year for television lovers -- fall TV premieres! Season finales left us on edge wondering how we could make it through summer with the futures of our favorite characters in limbo.
In honor of Boardwalk Empire's season premiere, try one of these recipes that were really enjoyed during Prohibition -- and be sure to toast its repeal!
Americans are more connected through media than at any time in our history and yet at the same time are ever more independent. Candidates for office must understand this rapidly changing media environment if they are to be successful
Dennis joined me to discuss a myriad of current projects, his novels as films, the state of the publishing industry, the state of his hometown after the Boston Marathon bombings, as well as this season's Yankees/Red Sox rivalry.
Though Pain and Gain will leave you feeling a bit spent, you will have deposited your emotions in a worthwhile experience.
When it comes to couples who have been together 32 years, it's easy to say they have a habit of finishing each other's sentences. But with writing-producing team Andrew Schneider and Diane Frolov, they have a habit of finishing each other's paragraphs.
By Julie Miller, Vanity Fair Inspired by the magazine's first-ever Best-Dressed Challenge--in which stylish members of the public are invited to subm...
The 'burbs are alive with the sound of music. Especially in the sixties, especially if you were a teen in New Jersey jamming with your friends in a ga...
The "Boardwalk Empire" Season 3 finale built on that momentum with another stellar episode that gave "Boardwalk" fans the bloodbath they've been waiting for and brilliantly tied up nearly every loose end the show raised this season.
This may be the best episode in the "Boardwalk Empire's" history, a suspenseful, action-packed and brilliantly executed hour of TV that could compete with the strongest offerings of "Homeland," "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men."
Oh no, Owen Sleater. Last week we wondered what terrible fate Nucky's driver and Margaret's Irish lover on the side would meet for conspiring to run off with his boss' wife, and this episode delivered that brutal answer.
"The Milkmaid's Lot" picked up after the massive explosion blew up Babette's, and as crews cleaned up the wreckage on the Boardwalk, Nucky was recovering from a concussion he experienced in the blast.
And boom goes the dynamite. This season of "Boardwalk Empire" has at times felt like watching a slow-burning fuse, and in "The Pony," it finally exploded.
We're all hoping that "Boardwalk Empire's" third season is building up to a climactic and hopefully awesome war between Nucky Thompson and Gyp Rosetti, but it's sure taking its sweet time to get there.