Amanda Bynes is, without a doubt, an 11 on the media dubbed "hot mess" Richter scale, and it seems like there is some kind of cultural payoff in watching her seismic mishaps expand.
I think Chris Nolan is a better director and storyteller, by far. Abrams makes good films, but I've yet to see him make a film that I would call truly "great."
While it's common for established A-list actresses to create their own production companies, it's less of a practice for newer-to-Hollywood, not-as-of-yet famous female actors -- but that's changing.
The race card...! Where do I begin with this ever so sensitive topic for Americans?! From filling out a simple job application, getting a loan, applyi...
Throughout human history innovation has changed the status quo by casting aside the "skins" of the old way of doing things with the new. Take Zip Car....
I don't like movies, generally speaking. In contrast, I quite like TV. Does this seem weird? The Geena Davis Institute on Gender and Media offers a clue as to why I might lean towards television.
Randi talks about the launch of her company Zuckerberg Media -- a next generation media company in Silicon Valley -- and how Silicon Valley and Hollywood can intersect.
The Wild Bunch -- well, I won't go so far as to say that it's sacrosanct. But there's really no way to improve upon it and no need to revisit it. Comparisons are odious, as Christopher Marlowe noted.
Black parenting isn't child abuse or slavery, Will Smith. It is a more invested interactive experience fostered to prepare children for the world they will face.
Fluent in both Italian and English, she's as comfortable in a Hollywood production as she is on stage in a Roman theater or behind a microphone in a dubbing studio.
Thanks to a source close to the case, my co-author had found the only known official photo from the death scene. Here, published for the first time, a look at how Lupe Velez really died.
In your recent speech at the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center you said, "We need to create an atmosphere that encourages people to speak up, so we get this right." This letter is me speaking up, with the hope that we can get this right.
The collision between Hollywood and Washington creates a layered mess. Nonetheless, there I finally sat in a cafe with highly placed and confidential source, a high-ranking executive at one the two ultra mega-ton tech companies (I will call him, for anonymity's sake, Mr. Core).
Hollywood isn't just a town that requires rhino-thick skin, it's a town that tests your faith in your game plan and in yourself.
With the blockbuster 2 Guns set to explode across U.S. multiplexes this summer, renegade filmmaker Baltasar Kormakur (Contraband) is about to become Iceland's most popular cultural export.
Hollywood adaptations of great novels tend to unnerve devoted readers. The effort seems hubristic and slightly profane, akin to painting a second Sistine Chapel or adding a chorus to King Lear. Perfection, by definition, can't be improved upon, and it seems suspect even to try.