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By now many of you watched the first episode of FX’s new shock-a-palooza and have many questions. (Be sure to check out my colleague Jeff Jensen’s recap.) Who is Rubber Man? What the hell is in that basement? How fabulous is Jessica Lange? Thankfully, co-creator Ryan Murphy, who conceived the show alongside… Continue reading ‘American Horror Story’ co-creator Ryan Murphy talks premiere, his favorite scene, and identity of Rubber Man — EXCLUSIVE
If there’s two things that are certain this crazy world — besides death and taxes — it’s that people love ‘Star Wars’ and hate cancer. With everyone getting all worked up over George Lucas’ changes to ‘Star Wars: The Complete Saga,’ the folks at Stand Up 2 Cancer have taken the opportunity to raise some awareness with some A-list assistance. From SNL… Continue reading Watch Your Favorite Celebrities Fight Cancer with 'Star Wars' (VIDEO)
As many of you already know, there was a nation-wide “sneak preview” screening of Gavin O’Connor’s Warrior over the holiday weekend. And since I highly enjoyed the director’s hockey story Miracle, and frankly I’m always a sucker for a good sports movie, I was in attendance at one of those shows. I liked the movie quite a bit, truth be told, and one of… Continue reading Our Favorite: Nick Nolte Movies
Screenwriter Scott Rosenberg reportedly scripted this 1996 slice of small-town American life while he was stuck in Boston one winter, awaiting word from Disney about his screenplay for Con Air. Craving something a little less explosive, he decided to write a story about his hometown friends and the way they dealt with their impending 30s and the notion of spending their entire lives in the same town they… Continue reading Our Favorite Speeches: Beautiful Girls
David Lynch’s sinuous Mulholland Dr. winds down the boulevard that leads to Hollywood’s dead-end dreams where humiliation, obsession, and heartbreak reign. The two women at the heart of this story aren’t one of film’s happier love letters, yet Naomi Watts and Laura Harring’s performances are memorable to the core. Theirs is a depraved and dark frisson that hypnotically shifts between identities and dream worlds. Despite the tragic tone of the… Continue reading Our Favorite Couples: Mulholland Dr.