I interviewed character actor Steve Zahn, one of film's most visible faces over the past 20 years, in 2009. He was memorably funny, energetic and self-effacing, much like the characters he tends to play. STEVE ZAHN MOVES UP THE LADDER IN MANAGEMENT Steve Zahn has become one of his generation of actors' great chameleons. Show More Summary
Happy 4th of July everyone! We’re celebrating the holiday with another installment of our “In Defense Of” series! Based on previous posts, I predict that half of you will be clicking on this post to chastise me for defending a film that is awesome (I’m right there with you) and the other half will click on […]
Season 4 of Arrow may still be a few months away from airing, but that hasn’t stopped the spoilers from pouring in. Although Oliver Queen came out on top last season after crushing his biggest enemy so far and leaving Starling City with...Show More Summary
One number: 22. That's all it took to transform Ellen Goosenberg Kent from a filmmaker to a woman on a mission. "When I heard that 22 veterans are killing themselves every day, I thought: This is outrageous. That's almost one every hour. Show More Summary
[Warning: Spoilers Ahead] The burning question on every Game of Thrones fan’s mind at the end of the season five finale may have been answered by Jon Snow himself – even if he didn’t intentionally mean to spoil it! Kit Harington, asShow More Summary
All photos are stills from the film. Before you sit down to watch a two hour documentary on the life and death of Amy Winehouse, you should probably know what you’re getting yourself into. Cut from hours of home video and exclusive live...Show More Summary
Chief Keef's cousin Bloody Money was shot and killed last fall just weeks after signing a deal with Interscope Records, and today Keef salutes the fallen Chicago rapper in song. "Ain't Missing You" shows a different side of Keef, as he reminisces about better days in a plaintive, Auto-Tuned murmur over production that ditches drill for new wave. Show More Summary
I'm told we lost two more jazz greats over the past weeks—bassist Hal Gaylor (above) and French organist Eddy Louiss, who also was an early-'60s member of the vocal group Les Doubles Six of Paris. Here's Gaylor with his trio... ...
Just in case you weren't impressed by a few pictures of what is allegedly one of a small number of prototypes units developed by Sony for Nintendo prior to Nintendo's surprise partnership with Phillips. And so birthed the PlayStation, all praises to it. I like SSNES for its snakey sound, but Nintendo would never go for that, obviously.
Drake’s performance at Wireless 2015 certainly won the crowd. If you didn’t get a chance to see it, here’s a up-close video of his stage push with Skepta..@Drake brought out @Skepta at #Wireless AND IT’S SHUTDOWN!!!!! ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...Show More Summary
The Amy Winehouse documentary is in theaters starting today, following a run of great reviews after its premier at Cannes in May. Director Asif Kapadia had over one hundred hours of footage to work with, ranging from a fourteen-year-old Winehouse singing a friend “Happy Birthday” to a video of the singer’s funeral at age twenty-seven.
Post by Jenny Erikson. Get ready to feel all the feels, because the preview for Jenny's Wedding has it all. There's love, tension, family and political issues to explore, and it looks like it's going to be amazing. Katherine Heigl, 36,...Show More Summary
Pedro Pascal, the Chilean-born actor beloved for his rich portrayal of short-lived Oberyn Martell on “Game Of Thrones,” is set to hit the big screen on November 23, 2015. Pascal will co-star in the upcoming major motion picture, “The...Show More Summary
Deep Woods Revival album cover The folk music revivalist Red Yarn is back and for the first video from his new album Deep Woods Revival, he (unsurprisingly) brings a whole bunch of Portland-area folks -- and puppets -- for a singalong. Show More Summary
Paranoid Android owners don't have to worry too much longer about when Fallout Shelter will come to their devices. If all goes according to plan, the keep-people-unradiated-and-happy-and-unkilled-by-Radroaches simulator will be available...Show More Summary
Through web series episodes, a half-Japanese, half-German actress is exploring her heritage. Katie Malia is the creator and star of Almost Asian, in which she shares various scenarios related to her mixed-race identity. On the surface, Malia’s web series appears similar to many other projects helmed by aspiring actors in Los Angeles. Show More Summary
While Americans celebrate Independence Day the only way we know how -- grilled foods, intoxication, and explosions -- watch this crazy depressing Tom Clancy's The Division trailer to bring the mood down a little bit. We'll light up the...Show More Summary
Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) has had plenty of opportunities to win us over with his warmth, humor, and smarts in the TV spots and trailers released so far for Ant-Man. Now, in the final Ant-Man trailer, he serves up his most inspired idea yet. Show More Summary
Wendy Williams loves to bash female celebrities and she has lately had her eye on two prominent African American celebrities — Mariah Carey and Janet Jackson. A couple weeks back, Wendy insisted Janet was “too old” and should just play Las Vegas. Show More Summary
The dark and haunting Ateph Elidja brings a previously unreleased track off his last EP Hurt, and while it was cut from the EP, it’s still a haunting piece that we can’t stop playing. He’s certainly scaled back and simplified his approach over the course of his time at Savoir Faire and Bromance, but his production […]