House of Cards actor Sebastian Arcelus on bringing John Grisham's tome to Broadway
Broadway's seen its fair share of adaptations, wringing theatrical productions from children's books (Matilda) and campy films (9 to 5). This week the Great White Way gets a double-whammy as A Time To Kill, a courtroom drama based on the John Grisham novel that spawned a 1996 film, ... More
From Anthony Weiner’s self-loathing to Martha’s swipe at Gwyneth, the 5 most mind-boggling statements of the week
After certain conversations, celebrities might wish they could hit "undo." Hold forth for the most brazen—and revealing—quotes from the week of October 18. Reading between the lines isn’t necessary.
Pillow Talk with Warren Buffett
"Creditworthiness is like virginity. It can be preserved but not restored very easily." —Warren Buffett, waxing ... More
With an attitude Hollywood should reckon with, the actress talks body image, raising her daughter, and the guys of Anchorman 2
When it comes to preparing for highly publicized red carpet events, Hollywood starlets are notorious for juice cleansing, masochistic exercise routines and bizarre detox remedies. Christina Applegate couldn't care less about such painstaking preparation—or what people think about her, either, quite frankly.
"I'm not going to lie to people ... More
Young Republicans have found a beau ideal in newly minted TV host Meghan McCain
Meghan McCain has never been a shrinking violet. The 28-year-old daughter of Arizona Senator and one-time Republican Presidential nominee John McCain has made a place for herself as a cable-news personality, writer and bodacious blonde embodiment of young blood in the fusty political spheres in which she travels.
In recent weeks ... More
From Kanye's egoism to Suzanne Somers' a.m. routine, here are the week's most mind-boggling statements
It's rare, but occasionally those (un)lucky enough to be in the news can say something truly surprising, making publicists shudder and fans recoil—or sometimes rejoice. Carry on for the most brazen, stupefying and surprising quotes from the week of October 11. Reading between the lines isn't necessary.
The Hubris of Mr. ... More
American Horror Story: Coven's Lily Rabe knows that life's a witch
There isn't much Lily Rabe can say about American Horror Story: Coven, the third installment of the terrifying FX series premiering October 9. The 31-year-old actress, who's been on the show—which changes characters, settings and storylines every season—since its beginning plays Misty Day, a young witch whose special ... More
The TV sensation's Columbus Short talks season three, Shonda Rhimes and why he's huge at bar mitzvahs
This week all eyes are on Washington, D.C.—and it's not because of the government shutdown. On October 3 Scandal, ABC's beloved political thriller, returns for its third season of intrigue, deception and an exceedingly steamy affair between a Kerry Washington's Beltway fixer and Tony Goldwyn's smoldering President. ... More
No subject is off-limits with the Welsh actor, next starring in Showtime's racy new drama Masters of Sex
It's lunch hour at a chic brasserie in Beverly Hills—the kind of place where Botoxed women in spandex share salads and businessmen hover over laptops and steak frites. Michael Sheen and I are discussing female orgasms and dildos. Of course, the topic might seem inappropriate under ordinary circumstances, but given ... More
Director Nicole Holofcener on first dates in middle age and casting the Sopranos star in one of his final roles
Early on in Enough Said—the new film from director Nicole Holofcener—the characters played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini sit in a restaurant attempting to have a first date. Over the din of the hip eatery, the pair engages in the sort of awkward getting-to-know-you exercises that anyone who’s braved ... More
Sarah Joy Miller, the star of Anna Nicole, talks about her unlikely new role—and why Smith's story is so universal
We're used to tabloid headlines making their way onto TV but less frequently does Hollywood scandal enter the proscenium stage—especially in an opera. That's exactly what's happening when Anna Nicole, an operatic account of the life and times of model, actress and cautionary tale Anna Nicole Smith, has its More