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Seth Macfarlane Talks 'A Million Ways to Die In the West'
MacFarlane reveals why he decided to step away from “Family Guy.”
A Top Ten Of Badly Behaved Lawmakers
Vince Fumo enjoyed a lavish lifestyle during his 30 years in the Pennsylvania State Senate- yacht trips to Martha's Vineyard, $100-a-gallon house paint for his 33-room Philadelphia mansion and senate staffers toiling as his housekeepers. "Being a Senator is the next best thing to royalty!" he once
Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today
The restored and debuted documentary depicts the chilling trial of Nazi Leaders.
EXCERPT: 'High Society: The Life of Grace Kelly'
A Noted Film Biographer Profiles the American Actress Who Became Princess Grace
Change slowly comes to beautiful, remote Monument Valley
From her perch inside a rickety hut facing the Mittens, two glove-shaped sandstone buttes that define one of America's most iconic vistas, Louise Rock has an ideal vantage point from which to monitor the comings and goings in one of the world's most dramatic landscapes. So, what's new, Louise?
Hollywood Exports a Tarnished America
Ask yourself this question: Does the image of America you see portrayed in television shows and movies look like the same place in which you live and work? What if your only glimpse of U.S. culture was obtained through a Britney Spears, Paris Hilton or Lindsay Lohan looking glass? In nations across
Is Scorsese Oscar Poison?
Will 'The Aviator' Crash Yet Another Bid for the Legendary Director's First Academy Award?
Excerpt: 'There and Back Again'
In "There and Back Again," Sean Astin, 33, talks about the side of Hollywood that most people never get to see. The young star of "The Lord of the Rings" also reflects on his childhood with his Oscar-winning mother Patty Duke. Read chapter one of "There and Back Again." Chapter One I sensed from
Five-Month Wait Ends for Chopped-Up Kung Fu Film
Now in theaters: Kill Bill: Vol. 2. Kill Bill: Vol 2 I wasn't expecting this. I wasn't a fan of Kill Bill: Vol. 1, perhaps the most brutal mainstream film ever. The Wall Street Journal actually sent a reporter to count the fatalities and ran a box score, including three by shotgun and 46 by sword,