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'Roots' Reboot: The Reason Original Kunta Kinte Actor LeVar Burton Took Part
When LeVar Burton first got word that there could be a remake of "Roots," he wasn't sure what to make of it. The actor "did not know that we needed this" until remake co-producer Mark Wolper showed his children the original, Burton, who starred in the 1977 landmark miniseries, told ABC News. Their
'Roots' Cast Reveals the Challenges of Remaking the Iconic Miniseries
For eight consecutive days in 1977, American audiences were spellbound by the ABC miniseries, "Roots." The country seemed to stand still, captivated by the dramatization of Alex Haley's bestselling book documenting his family's origins. "Roots" tells the story of Kunta Kinte, the African boy who
Movie Review: Is 'The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones' The Next 'Twilight'?
Hollywood executives are obsessed with finding TNT. I don’t mean they’ve got some silly dispute with their local cable provider. By TNT, I mean The Next Twilight. It must have been exciting for the team behind “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” to obtain the...
The People's Prince or Self-Promoting Phony?
Hollywood Unknown David Zandi Claims He's the Fans Favorite to Star in 'Prince of Persia'
'Tudors': History Stripped Down, Sexed Up
In a time when courting is conducted through text messages and marriages are annulled at the drop of a Vegas poker chip, it's refreshing to watch Jonathan Rhys Meyers whisper sweet nothings during naughty dalliances and and enlist the pope's aid to get with the woman of his dreams. The only problem
Model Katy French Remains Controversial After Death
Young model's untimely death sparks debate over Irish drug and drinking culture.
16th Century Sex and Power Thrill Audiences
Forget the petticoats, silk skirts, embroidered jackets and ornate jewels, the royals of the 16th century seemed to take greater joy in scampering out of their heavy costumes than parading around in them. At least that's what the "The Tudors," Showtime's sexy and lavish historical drama, leads you
From Prozac Nation to Yale Law School? Elizabeth Wurtzel's Unlikely Journey
Writer Elizabeth Wurtzel Talks About Success, Self-Indulgence and Life as a Law Student
Scarlett and Woody Forge Unlikely Alliance
Woody Allen may still be a reclusive curmudgeon, but not apparently when Scarlett Johansson, his latest leading lady, is in the room. "He's painfully shy when you first meet him, so you have to harass him to get him to talk. I just kept harassing him and now we have a playful relationship," says