Marissa Mayer, chief executive officer of Yahoo! Inc., colored her hair in pinstripes of red, blue and green to go with her red dress.
Near the end of Michael Bay’s juiced-up true-crime comedy “Pain & Gain,” a caption reminds us that “this is still a true story.”
Robert Redford said today the movie industry is in poor health, mostly because of the economic slump, and independent titles struggle to get made and shown.
Matthew McConaughey, thin as the Park City air, does, in fact, eat.
My neck was stiff and my eyes were blurry after watching 18 movies in six days at the Toronto International Film Festival. Only bats spend more time in the dark than critics at movie festivals.
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.
Last Christmas Eve, University of Texas Athletic Director DeLoss Dodds got the gift he’d been waiting for: a $300 million promise from ESPN that would transform college sports.
“The Paperboy” is a thriller full of characters so oversize that it seems, at first, to be joking. Then comes darkness.
Francis Ford Coppola was sleeping when he got the idea for his new gothic horror film “Twixt.”
Matthew McConaughey keeps his shirt on in “ The Lincoln Lawyer ,” no small achievement for an actor who’s spent more time bare-chested on screen than some porn stars.