The blisteringly funny new feature from writer-director Alex Ross Perry pulls no punches in its portrayal of obnoxious authors and the suffering women they leave...
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Philip Noyce is directing Lakeshore's adaptation of Philip Roth's acclaimed novel
David Bar Katz will write a new take on the project
Tribeca Film has set the Alex Ross Perry Sundance comedy for a fall 2014 release
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A national joke vs. the biggest network's biggest show of the summer. Guess which won on Twitter?
One of our greatest living novelists consents to a rare Q&A
The site requested a secondary source before Pulitzer Prize-winning author Philip Roth could correct an entry about his own book
Film version of Pulitzer Prize-winning novel will be directed by Fisher Stevens