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Which Patrick Swayze Are You? [QUIZ]
Anyone who grew up in the 80s saw at least one Patrick Swayze movie that connected with them.
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
Chandler's second career was the one that stuck
The biography of Raymond Chandler, progenitor of the hard-boiled detective story, reveals a well-educated and cosmopolitan man.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Kristin Chenoweth learns to deal with asthma
Kristin Chenoweth is ready to tell the world she suffers from asthma. The Tony-winning actress says she's suffered with the respiratory disorder for more than a decade, noticing it sometime after the 9/11 terror attacks on lower Manhattan.
Kate Beckinsale, 40, has that youthful glow while decked out in an...
And putting her beauty to good use the 40-year-old brunette beauty drummed up some money for charity at a fundraising dinner on Thursday.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
‘Top Hat’ and other classics dance onto screens
The National Theatre's staging of "Coriolanus," with Tom Hiddleston in the title role, screens Saturday, March 8, at SIFF Cinema at the Uptown.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Molotov Presents NORMAL, Now thru 3/30
Following the critical success of "Extremities" this past October, the horror and suspense theatre company Molotov Theatre Group is bringing "Normal" by Anthony Neilson to the DC stage in March.
Jefferson Mays, Bryce Pinkham & Lily Tomlin Set for NCTF 2014 Awards...
On March 31st at New York City's Pierre Hotel, the National Corporate Theatre Fund will honor Tony and Emmy Award Winning singer and actress Kristin Chenoweth , and the Edgerton Foundation for their leadership in the arts at the NCTF 2014 Chairman's Awards Gala.
Watching the Future: Remakes, Redux, Redoux, Reflux
A few days ago, like most Internet denizens, I brought up YouTube to watch the brand-new trailer for Gareth Edwards's film version of Godzilla , coming this summer.
Kristin Chenoweth says she suffers from asthma
The Tony-winning actress says she's suffered with the respiratory disorder for more than a decade, noticing it sometime after the 9/11 terror attacks on lower Manhattan.
The Huffington Post
Wes Anderson On 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' And How Filmmaking Is Like Handwriting
"The Grand Budapest Hotel" is probably the closest Wes Anderson will ever get to making a World War II movie.
Two hitmen, the older veteran Charlie Strom and the younger Lee have a target: former racing driver Johnny North .
Obama's Budget Proposal - Lower Deficit, Higher Debt, Interest Keeps Growing
If the news from the past few days hasn't been enough to dampen your fire, try this on for size.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Mary Astor is TCM Star of the Month for March
With 55 movies featuring the actress, Turner Classic Movies dedicates itself to celebrating Mary Astor as the Star of the Month for March 2014.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Exit Interview: Adam McKay
When Malvern's Adam McKay left Temple University and moved to Chicago, he ran through the American Comedy All-Star Circuit - from Second City and Upright Citizens Brigade to writing for Saturday Night Live , where he met future collaborator Will Ferrell.
Art Interrupted' film series to show at Georgia Museum of Art
The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia will present an film series in March and April in conjunction with the exhibition "Art Interrupted: Advancing American Art and the Politics of Cultural Diplomacy."
Kate Beckinsale wears cut-out metallic dress to attend Vanity Fair post-Oscars party with Len Wiseman
She's his golden girl: Kate Beckinsale wears cut-out metallic dress to attend Vanity Fair post-Oscars party with husband Len Wiseman They've been together for ten years now, but Kate Beckinsale and husband Len Wiseman looked like they were still in the honeymoon phase when they stepped out together on Sunday night.
Oscar Mired Preeners - TV Variations on Joan & Olivia
On December 15, 2013, actress Joan Fontaine passed away, making it the last time she would achieve something before her sister Olivia de Havilland would.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Alfred Hitchcock's sumptuous Technicolor romantic melodrama, from 1949 - set in the young colony of Sydney, Australia, in 1831 - is giddily atypical in its style even as it explores lurid new byways of Hitchcock's familiar obsessions.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Albany Times Union
Casey Seiler: Seeing your shadow
The film critic Manny Farber wrote in 1962 about the divide between what he called "white elephant" art - lumbering, prone to grandiosity - and its "termite" counterpart, dedicated to smaller tasks "in a kind of squandering-beaverish endeavor that isn't anywhere or for anything."
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
More Than a Bombshell: Marilyn Monroe's 6 Greatest Performances
Marilyn Monroe is one of the most celebrated and iconic actresses of all time, but she's never won an Academy Award.