How 'The Iceman' and a Facebook Poke Closed the Circle for a Mass Killer's Family 4 weeks ago
The family of notorious mass hitman Richard “The Iceman” Kuklinski never saw him again after he was incarcerated in 1986, but...
By Alonso Duralde
The Society of Professional Journalists Los Angeles chapter gave me their award last Thursday for Distinguished Work in New Media
As the Oscar voting draws to a close, there has been a frenzy of advertising around an Oscar race that is supposed to be a done deal for "Argo." What gives?
At TheWrap screening series, the producer of "The Invisible War" explains how the film is shedding light on the epidemic of sexual assault in the military
Emmanuelle Riva: "We were doing a scene, and Michael Haneke said, 'It’s very nice -- very sweet, very tender -- but it’s too tender. From here on in, no sentimentality'"
Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering took on the incendiary topic of rape in the American military for the Oscar-nominated documentary
At the finale of TheWrap's awards screening series, the "Plague" filmmaker told of whittling through hundreds of hours of ACT UP footage to preserve a historical record
Ang Lee took on a book-to-film project people said was unmakeable and turned "Life of Pi" into a worldwide box-office sensation
"The Gatekeepers" director Dror Moreh on his interviews with six former Shin Bet leaders and their views about Israel
Steve Pond and Sharon Waxman take a look at the slew of women directors whose movies are opening at Sundance and assess this weekend's awards ceremonies
Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association, talks to Sharon Waxman about what's different at CES this year
With the Academy Award nominations just days away, Awards Editor Steve Pond and Editor-in-Chief Sharon Waxman analyze the state of the Oscar race
At TheWrap's Power of Leadership Breakfast, California's Attorney General Kamala D Harris, covered topics from women running for office, to truancy as a cause of crime, to the death penalty (video)
At TheWrap's screening series, director Chen Kaige spoke about his foreign Oscar entry, "Caught in the Web," the Cultural Revolution and going viral in China
TheWrap scores nods for its commentary and hard news reporting
Judge grants TheWrap's motion to dismiss defamation complaint on anti-SLAPP grounds
The first annual ShortList Awards honored young filmmakers on Tuesday night. Check out who was there and who made off with the top prizes
Robert Scheer of Truthdig.com and Sharon Waxman debate the state of the news networks
"The Newsroom" debuted Sunday to a chorus of negative reviews. What happened?
Wrap editor Sharon Waxman and columnist Steve Pond discuss the buzz at the august film festival
Whither Rupert Murdoch? John Hockenberry, host of PRI's “The Takeaway,” joined me on Friday to debate the biggest stories of the week
Just when you thought you’d heard everything about Mel Gibson, we learn something new
Howard Kurtz, the esteemed media critic for Newsweek and The Daily Beast, and I discuss the Mel Gibson – Joe Eszterhas brouhaha
CBS Sunday Morning did a smart piece - with TheWrap - about the future of movies as fewer people head out to the theater
For Clooney, the film led to his coming of age. Oh, and, yes, he's patched things up with "Three Kings" director David O. Russell
The Polish filmmaker, whose film is heavily touted for a foreign language Oscar nomination, didn't curse the darkness when she chose to make a movie that takes place 80 percent underground
Scenes from TheWrap's third-annual Power Women breakfast at Hotel Bel-Air on Monday morning
"Celebrity Apprentice" season finale up from last week but down from last year's finale