Film / Television
Star wattage and marquee value are all well and good, but what truly brings reality to the screen? The loss this week of Jack Klugman and Charles Durning reminds us of how important great character actors are to the history of film.
Jack Klugman, 90, of "Odd Couple" fame died Monday afternoon in Los Angeles and two-time Oscar nominee Charles Durning, 89, died in his New York City home.
Richard Gere joins host Larry Mantle to talk about the Arbitrage's unexpected critical praise, working with first-time director Nicholas Jarecki, and more.
SAG Awards nominations were announced with multiple kudos issued to the assassinated, the French, the emotionally distraught, the post-Edwardian and New Jersey.
"It's not a perfect family. It's not a perfect Christmas. I think that's why the movie works as well as it does."
Scottish actor Robert Carlyle talks with Take Two about whiskey, his new film "California Solo," and roles that out him on the map.
In the new documentary “Sound City,” Foo Fighters rocker Dave Grohl goes director on us to detail the rise and fall of Van Nuys recording studio Sound City.
Cinefamily, the eclectic L.A. art house/revival theater, is doing a Kickstarter to help them buy a digital projector and kick the rest of the experience up a notch.
Jacki Weaver, star of "Silver Linings Playbook," joins the show to talk about the film, mastering the Philadelphia accent and playing Robert DeNiro's wife.
Longtime film critic Leonard Maltin will auction off his rarest movie posters, including Three Stooges and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs lobby cards.
With the original 1966 Batmobile going up for auction, we spoke with the creators of the Batmobiles used in every Batman movie to get the secrets you never knew.
50 years after it disappeared, a local art dealer has given the unfinished theme park, Bible Storyland, a brand new afterlife.
A music historian's dream! This four record set takes a single New York street and presents a dizzying array of America's finest jazz musicians.
For what appears to be the first time in Sundance history, an equal number of male and female-directed films were selected for the U.S. Dramatic Competition.
In his new book, New Yorker film critic David Denby outlines his fears that blockbuster films being made today are having a negative effect on American cinema.
Deborah Raffin, an actress who ran a successful audiobook company with her ex-husband, died of leukemia at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.