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Sam Rockwell goes 'Way Way Back'
The prolific actor discusses new movie, his teen years and ranks favorite films of his career.
Nov. 8: Nobel Prize Winner Rontgen Discovers X-Rays
On this day in 1895, physicist Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen of Germany is credited with being the first person to discover X-rays. He came across the rays in his lab during an experiment and gave them the name “X-rays” because of their unknown nature. His discovery...
What's New in the Supermarket
It is that time of the week where we test some of the newest products to hit the supermarket. As always the guru has rated five new products based on taste and value and sustainability. Rating them all out of 100 joining us this week's hits and misses as the supermarket himself they'll let
Screen Stars Demi Moore and Parker Posey
The actresses discuss their roles as sisters in the new dramedy "Happy Tears."
Remember Them? From Soaps to Stars
Following on the heels of "Guiding Light," "As the World Turns" is the latest soap opera to get the axe. CBS announced Tuesday that "World" will stop spinning next September after 54 years. The show is the last remaining daytime drama made by Procter & Gamble, which coined the term "soap opera"
The Fugz Hall Of Fame: When Ick Men Happen to Hot Women
Speaking of beautiful people not always ending up with beautiful people, writer Salman Rushdie stepped out Tuesday night in New York with Min Lieskovsky, a 26-year-old Harvard grad and author who's every bit as stunning as his ex-wife Padma Lakshmi . And Lieskovsky is hardly known for dating older
Check Out the Celebrity Bookstore!
The ever wondered what celebrities reading well this bookstore in SoHo here in New York City not only knows what they're reading that you can by the books. They drop off. Books are can lead anywhere and everywhere. And used books well they tell a story all on around especially when you know who
Indie Movie Star Parker Posey
Parker Posey's new movie "Broken English" is a trans-Atlantic romantic comedy.
'Best in Show' Director Takes on Worst in Hollywood
The most powerful man in Hollywood is short, bald and clearly not white. Still, the mere sight of him triggers unparalleled hysteria in Tinseltown. His name, of course, is Oscar. And in "For Your Consideration," Christopher Guest is doing to Academy Award addicts what he did to obsessed dog lovers