Articles By Ellen Killoran
Though "Mad Men" broke new dramatic ground in season 5, and has clearly established itself as an Academy favorite, one thing it can't count on is the pathos vote.
Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" is widely believed to be heavily inspired by the Church of Scientology and its founder, L. Ron Hubbard. The studio and the actors have increasingly distanced themselves from the Scientology thread in the weeks leading up to the film's limited t...
NY1 turns 20 this week, and the unexpectedly successful New York news channel's star anchor, Pat Kiernan, is restless, ready to move on to bigger venues. Still, he says, he knows how lucky he's been: "I have landed in absolutely the best spot as far as the changing economics and patterns of the news business.
The 2007 suicides of Duncan and Blake posthumously captured the imaginations of countless people who had never heard of the couple but were haunted by images published in news stories and on the Web. Five years later, questions remain about the media coverage of their deaths.
Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg play an estranged couple who can't stay away from each other.
"I think he has taken the first step," Adam Penenberg said. "He admitted what he did, unlike Stephen Glass."
Tablet editor claims the site has been experiencing "sophisticated attacks specifically targeting" the magazine.
It is difficult to reconcile the accusations that TomKat was merely a contractual agreement with the way the split has played out so far -- with Cruise convincingly playing the role of the jilted husband and Holmes the long-suffering wife who can't get away from him fast enough.
Lovable losers can have it all in Seth MacFarlane's wish-fulfillment bromance.
"You guys really suck at journalism," wrote an angry follower of the CNN Breaking News Twitter feed.