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Matt Bomer talks 'The Last Tycoon' and playing a stripper in 'Magic Mike'
Bomer appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his newest role, as a 1930s production head in Amazon's new series "The Last Tycoon."
Oscar Countdown: 15 Movies That Transformed US Cinema
Top stars, directors reveal Hollywood's most influential films of all time in ABC special.
Blair Underwood Plays 'GAA' Two Truths and a Lie
Broadway's newest star reveals three facts about himself, but one isn't true.
Blair Underwood Dishes on New Broadway Show
Former "L.A. Law" star discusses role in Broadway's "A Streetcar Named Desire."
Sandra Bullock Has Always Been 'America's Girl Next Door'
Sandra Bullock's performance as strong-willed southern spitfire Leigh Anne Touhy in " The Blind Side " propelled her from perennial romantic-comedy favorite into an elite circle of top-flight actors. Known for her wit, charm and approachable beauty, this first-time Oscar nominee became famous for
Mirror Mirror Who's the Greatest (Actor's) Director of them all?
ABC's Nancy Gabriner ruminating on all things Oscar today: When Penelope Cruz won her award last night it got me to thinking…... Who Directed the most Oscar-Winning Actors? Penelope Cruz won Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role...
Actors Struggle Despite Oscar Achievement
Winning an Oscar is the crowning glory for any actor, and it means even more for those whose stars have faded: no honor so clinches the ultimate comeback. But claiming a statuette from the Academy after a professional drought -- as Mickey Rourke or Robert Downey Jr. might this year -- is not an
Obama is Spiderman, McCain the Dark Knight
Entertainment Weekly sat down with Senators John McCain and Barack Obama for some Pop Culture Q&A -- with some surprising answers. McCain's favorite film/TV president, for instance, is President David Palmer, played by Dennis Haysbert, on 24. "He’s fabulous," McCain...
Is Broadway Going Black?
At the Broadhurst Theater on Broadway, an all-black cast, lead by the inimitable James Earl Jones, is re-interpreting Tennessee Williams in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." Around the corner, at the Belasco Theater, another all-black cast is playing African-American, Dutch and German characters in the
The Cost Of Creativity: Bipolar Disorder and the Stars
The stereotype of the tortured artist shows up often in popular culture: a frazzle-haired composer pacing about his room, a troubled starlet, a crazed novelist with a bad case of writer's block. Along with that stereotype comes an assumption -- that the hyper highs and crushing lows that we witness