If you’re a J.D. Salinger fan, you’ve probably already heard the (alleged) news that he left five books ready to be published, beginning as soon as 2015.
Hollywood might someday design a sleek, prestige biopic worthy of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Steven Gluckstern, who’s spent more than a year pushing local governments to seize mortgages from bond trusts to cut balances and help homeowners, is renewing attempts with backing from cities in California and Nevada.
More local governments from New York to California are considering plans to seize mortgages to protect their housing markets against homeowners abandoning properties with values below what they owe.
Life spectacularly overtook art at the Cannes Film Festival yesterday, as the director of an erotic thriller starring Nicole Kidman confessed that the movie was, in some ways, his own story.
“The Paperboy” is a thriller full of characters so oversize that it seems, at first, to be joking. Then comes darkness.
Fiona Shaw plays the mother of God, the Tribeca Film Festival is under way and flash Brit band Muse brings “The 2nd Law” to our area.
Of all the things I expected to experience in Tokyo, hugging three Japanese female strangers in their 70s was never part of the plan.
Brad Pitt, Bruce Willis and Nicole Kidman will have movies competing in this year’s Cannes Film Festival, which starts May 16.
The New York Film Festival turns 50 this year with a bounty of films (33 on the main slate, plus sidebars, tribute evenings and midnight movies) that really may be something to celebrate.