Movies, said film critic Roger Ebert, are like an "empathy machine." Their mission: to help us understand a bit more about others' hopes, their fears, their dreams. Movies allow us to walk in others' shoes. They help us "identify with the people who are sharing this journey with us."
CBS is in for some attitude this January. Mary Lynn Rajskub is "Mentalist"-bound.The actress will guest star on the CBS drama
CBS's programming is easy-to-digest and relies heavily on legal and law enforcement procedurals. What sort of material does CBS have to fill the soon-to-be-empty slots? More of the same.
In other casting news ... "Twilight" actress Ashley Greene has joined the cast of ABC's "Americana." Greene, who appeared
It's official: Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis are bringing the Western back. According to EW, Chiklis and Quaid will star
CBS has ordered to pilot a female-led law enforcement drama from "Heroes" scribe Aron Eli Coleite and Jerry Bruckheimer. Titled