The final article in the series offers some closely guarded data about audience gender breakdowns, and insights from filmmakers Mira Nair (shown left), Ava DuVernay (shown right), Nancy Meyers and Stacy Title.
And the first three lines of the vintage song "We're in the Money'' played on speakers at a next-door neighbor's house as Clinton's motorcade passed by en route to a campaign fundraiser hosted by actor George Clooney.
Starring Tom Hanks, it’s an efficient, exciting entertainment, but it’s also a Steven Spielberg movie, which usually means trouble somewhere. In this case, though, the irritations are minor, diffusely woven into the fabric of the film.
In the spirit of cautionary prophesies such as “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “Demon Seed,” “A.I. Artificial Intelligence” and “Her,” Alex Garland’s provocative film raises questions of gender, ethics and existentialism.
For someone who finds writing tortuous, Tony Kushner does a lot of it.
"Real Time" host Bill Maher delivered a special message to the likes of Jay Z, Steven Spielberg and Oprah during the latest installment of his HBO program.
A look at the day's political happenings, including President Obama's hilarious White House Correspondents' Dinner speech and top U.S. political figures give their take on NBA player Jason Collins' decision to come out.
The Fox News host and Hollywood star seem like an unlikely pair to work together on anything, but both men are associated with the National Geographic Channel's new film. Click on the story to watch the trailer.
Award-winning playwright Tony Kushner, author of the screenplay for "Lincoln," sits down with Bill Moyers for a winding conversation about how the script was written and whether comparisons between Barack Obama and the 16th president are fair.