"Last Week Tonight" host recruits Michael Keaton, Bryan Cranston, Michael K. Williams and Richard Kind to take on the Sackler family.
The dark art of political debate is filled with diversionary tactics that politicians use to avoid controversial subjects and undermine their opponents. Actors Richard Kind and Josh Malina pinpoint the worst tricks in this episode of "We The Voters."
In Woody Allen's new movie, Café Society, Kristen Stewart plays a girl from Nebraska who tries her luck in 1930's Hollywood
"I didn't get the job because I wasn't mousy enough." "This is the short version, which is long. I had an injury, so I knew
"Inside Out"? "Mad About You"? "Spin City"? "Scrubs"? "Curb Your Enthusiasm"? Maybe "Luck"?
Pixar cut it down to spare us the misery.
Leafing through his well-worn script after a recent performance, Richard Kind enumerated the challenges of his role as Henry
Obvious Child, in addition to being funny, well-acted, and touching, feels so important. There will be over two and a half million unplanned pregnancies in America this year, and those women (especially those who are young and frightened) need to know that they have a choice.
Christmas came early this year. First there was the gift of the documentary "20 Feet from Stardom," now shortlisted for the
Cranston, just off of Breaking Bad relishes the duality of character. While there aren't many connections to draw between Walter White and Lyndon Johnson, both are tenacious in their pursuit of creating a meth empire and a more just society respectively.
A version of this post also appears on Gossip Central. Two actors, Tom Aulino and David Greenspan, play a total of eight
At B. B. King's on Sunday night, at the Writers Guild of America Award ceremony, amidst a lot of foul-mouthed laughs and sober-minded speeches, writer/director Nora Ephron was remembered.
A question arises: Are American audiences ready to embrace appealing KGB operatives on television? Has enough passed from the post-war era to neutralize our view of Soviet spies?
The revival of Enter Laughing that opened Saturday night at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor had me howling so hard I nearly needed my own reviving.
This post also appears on Gossip Central.. You know you are in David Mamet's world when the expletives fly rapid fire, one
The voice work that Worsham and Reichard managed was the most memorable thing for me in this weird musical which is supposed to be an assault on naive hope.