Actor Michael B. Jordan said he no longer wants to audition for roles specifically written as African-American. Instead, he’ll be looking to portray characters expected to be white.
The politically charged adaptation of the 1953 novel is coming to HBO.
DiCaprio's Gift, the War of Art Conundrum, Licsko's "Kindling," Amazing Race's Good Doctor Young and a Library of E-Books?
Indie bookstores like Skylight and surviving libraries are resilient. Perhaps even more so than the digital books on our e-tablets.
In Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury predicted a raft of later technological developments, among them flat-screen televisions, iPod earbuds, Bluetooth headsets, ATMs, and rolling news -- even the Facebook "wall."
Bradbury had one of those big personalities where it's hard to tell fact from fiction, and I found it didn't matter much where the line blurred, because his stories had the feeling of legend anyway.
When I discovered Ray Bradbury I thought he was imagining the future. Now I realize he is part of my past.
For years, novels and movies have warned us about the ominous future that we face. In fact, film may be the best representation of what we now face as a society that is fulfilling Orwell's prophecy.