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2 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter
The MSNBC host will write a monthly column for the D.C. newspaper, editorial page editor Fred Hiatt announced on Wednesday.
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2 hrs ago | Mediaite.com
In a memo to WaPo staff this morning, editorial page editor Fred Hiatt made the announcement.
2 hrs ago | Deadline
EXCLUSIVE : Spike TV has put in development Basket Case , a drama with a comedic bent based on the best-selling novel by author and journalist Carl Hiaasen, with Rob Reiner on board to direct and executive produce.
4 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
The actor is expected to be back for the latest Lee Child adaptation, which will be based on his novel Never Go Back The Jack Reacher sequel's source material is called Never Go Back... but don't tell that to Tom Cruise.
6 hrs ago | Croydon Guardian
A drama teacher has lent his voice to the first Harry Potter character created since J.K. Rowling's final book was published.
7 hrs ago | Mashable
Apple and its eponymous logo lost some luster in 2013. Experts questioned the company's ability to innovate .
The sequel to this year's hit World War Z has found its director. Juan Antonio Bayona, who directed the acclaimed true story The Impossible in 2012, has been hired by Paramount, Skydance and Brad Pitt's Plan B to direct.
Reading is an intimate experience. When you pick up a book and put your eyes to paper or pixels, there is nothing between you and the author's mind.
Louis Zamperini spent time in an agonizing prison camp being tortured by the Japanese as a WWII POW.
If you're preparing to send out hundreds of holiday greetings in a single email blast, you probably missed the dust-up between the philatelists and the marketing department over the U.S. Postal Service's new Harry Potter stamps.
There's another "Castle" -derived graphic novel, "Unholy Storm," coming this spring.
The eighteenth and most recent book in the series, "Never Go Back," will form the basis of this follow-up to 2012's well-received adaptation of Lee Child's bestselling novel series.
Henry Winkler gives a Fonz-like thumbs up as he poses with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall after being honored by Britain's National Literacy Trust.
To recap: I'm not a fan of books that are written for and promoted mainly to a certain ethnic or racial group because the works supposedly reflect "them" or "their" experience.
You only have to spend a minute or two with Genevieve Liu, the 14-year-old University of Chicago Lab School freshman, to know, in your heart of hearts, this kid is going places.
Proficiat Postaliosa! If Harry Potter commemorative stamps can cast a solvency spell on the U.S. Postal Service, that's some magic we can get behind.