These men and women have reached the pinnacle of success in classical musicianship. Decades of drive, discipline and determination have honed their immense talent, permitting their ascent to breathtaking heights of excellence in music: The New York Philharmonic. So who is the most bangable? See a ... More >>
What should we make of radiant Lincoln and blubbering Private Ryan?
A tall, tall film
WWI gets Spielberg’d; Fincher’s new girl in town
No time even to discuss that shirt. Credit: Frank Micelotta/FOX.Two hours? Really, American Idol? You needed two hours for a results show? And you were still scrambling to finish it by the end? This show's results episodes are notoriously stretched-out marathons, where 30 seconds' worth of in ... More >>
Via NBC New York, here's footage of what was apparently the world's largest dodgeball game ever, which took place last night at the 69th Armory. You remember the beginning of Saving Private Ryan, when they invade Normandy?
Finally confirming the big lie, Hollywood-style
As the memoir boom winds down, authors are training their sights on sis and bro.
A legend, yes, but Clint Eastwood's not done yet
Clint Eastwood's WWII drama strips away the myths surrounding the Greatest Generation
Tristan's annual roundup of 12 months of foot fetishes, male prostitutes, and porn-bashing
Spielberg's dour tale of assassination gets lost in a morass of moral ambivalence
Tell President Bush and the right-wing Congress to get their hands off your remote
What First Amendment? What Public Information? And What's News in Brooklyn?
The Working Wounded
Futile Dispatches and Illusory Havens
How Hollywood Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Waiting for the Big Ones
Hollywood Revises History, Joins the Good Fight
Mastering the Art of War
Conker Drags Nintendo to the Edge
My Ongoing Love Affair With Those Twisted Awards
Tina Brown Gets a Buzz Cut
Alas, it's not clear which is the gay Wiggle, since the one who wears purple doesn't also carry a magic purse.
Definitely honor-free will be Joseph Fiennes for Shakespeare (sorry, but the Bard didn't look like Rob Lowe).
On The Ups And Downs Of Hollywood's Parting Shots
Fox Gets a Mascot, Showtime Gets SmartIs This August or What?