Each week on How To Get Away With Murder, ABC’s Thursday night legal-thriller juggernaut, audiences learn a bit more about a heinous crime that’s been committed and a whole lot more about the show’s intriguing, alluring cast of characters.
A standout among these newcomers—all of whom play lawyers or law students working for Viola ... More
Actress Sheila Vand talks about her intense role in the year’s most surprising vampire flick
If someone tells you to watch a film called A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, it is likely that within seconds you will have envisioned an egregious queue of horrors set to befall the girl in question. But the feature-length directorial debut of Ana Lily Amirpour is nothing if not ... More
Learn how music industry whiz Jason Flom finds talent
Jason Flom’s known he has a golden ear long before it made him famous.
“I got started because I wanted to be a rock star and not go to school,” Flom, now 53, explains. “The deal I struck with my dad was that I had one year to become a rock star before ... More
How one long-forgotten tale of heroism changed the lives of the world’s luckiest young actor and the superstar who believed in him
Louis Zamperini knew a thing or two about waiting. The Olympic runner turned U.S. airman spent 47 deadly days living on a raft after a 1943 plane crash and subsequently survived two years as a Japanese prisoner of war. Still, when he sold Universal Pictures his life story in 1957, ... More
The bestselling author and life-coach strategist tells Nancy Bilyeau why he wrote his new book—and how its seven steps could revolutionize our finances
More than two decades after Awaken the Giant Within hit the top of the bestseller lists and brought his advice to millions, Tony Robbins returns with Money: Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom (Simon & Schuster), which hits stores November 18th.
Robbins certainly wasn’t kidding around when he came up with ... More
Tommy Savas on his new political thriller, State of Affairs
Some of the U.S. government’s most closely guarded secrets will never be known by civilians. Others end up on network TV. On NBC’s new series State of Affairs, a cast lead by Katherine Heigl portrays a crack group of CIA analysts whose job is to brief the president on the ... More
Inside the minds of the actors who gave 2014’s most astonishing performances
Initially, Robert Duvall says, the jury was out when it came to The Judge. “It didn’t appeal to me,” he recalls. “I really needed time to think about it.”
Nevertheless, he came to love his role (opposite Robert Downey Jr.) as tough-as-nails Judge Joseph Palmer. The part required Duvall ... More
Chris Lowell on “Beside Still Waters,” his directorial debut
Chris Lowell is used to being in front of the camera; he’s appeared in everything from Grey’s Anatomy to The Help and Veronica Mars. But when it comes to working behind the scenes, he’s still a novice. Or he was before Beside Still Waters, a new film that Lowell not only wrote (alongside his writing ... More
The rising rockers hit Salt Lake City and get real about life on the road
When Ex Cops hit the road earlier this fall in support of their just-released sophomore album Daggers, the members of the duo weren’t expecting to find themselves communing with nature.
“I live in Denmark, so I’m always close to nature,” explains Amalie Bruun, who sings and plays keys for the group. ... More
Joely Richardson tells Nancy Bilyeau why playing Emily Dickinson is the role of a lifetime
Among the musicals and large-cast dramas, the superheroes and the tragediennes, a play is running at New York City’s Westside Theatre that is devoted to one woman, and she is someone who lived and died in the 19th century, famous in the Massachusetts town she lived in her whole life for ... More