The Dark Side of Mayberry -- Andy Returns with a Vengeance 1 year ago
We, the children of television, grew up believing in the human warmth and genuine kindness of "Sheriff Andy Taylor" of...
By Arthur Axelman
On the drive back, James Stacy says, "My brother will adapt the script." I knew this day was too good to be true
Crystal hosted, and he made me laugh until I cried during one of his impromptu bits. He was phenomenal
No matter what the occasion, in pitch meetings, dinners or funerals, the white-haired, dashing producer wore only Fila white tennis clothes
The left-wing San Francisco collective of writers, editors, shooters and actors hit Hollywood like a storm, but cleared out right along with the 1970s
Thurman, who remains scarred and partially paralyzed from stab wounds inflicted by her husband, won a $2,6 million judgement against the city of Torrington, Conn.
We were gathered to discuss the writing of a four-hour script about the life, career and sacrifices of Winnie Mandela. All I wanted to do was go to bed
Stein was an extraordinary and gifted artist; yes, misdirected at times, who deserves to be remembered
"There is a buzz going around both the 32nd and 33rd floors, I could feel it, people gathering outside my little office. Lucy returns and sees that the phone call is real and now all the secretaries and assistants are walking by..."
Hollyblog: In the mid-'70s I sold and developed a TV movie about an MIA soldier that was astonishingly prophetic and wildly successful for NBC
Actors who direct have made their mark over the years, whether as a second career option or by creating memorably good or bad films
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts