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  • A summer reading list sounds good right now

    A summer reading list sounds good right now
    Boy, is it hot out. The sun is merciless. The roads are buckling. You can hardly take five steps before you're drenched in sweat. Remember that? Can you even imagine it? Probably not, right now. Hot weather seems an impossibility when intense cold...
  • 'Budapest' Stars Banter Through Berlin Intro

    BERLIN -- A dream cast of top European and U.S. thespians hammed it up for the assembled press pack as they presented Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" as the light-hearted opener of the 2014 Berlin Film Festival. Bill Murray, who has appeared in...
  • 'The Good Wife,' 'Star Trek,' other CBS shows to remain on Amazon

    'The Good Wife,' 'Star Trek,' other CBS shows to remain on Amazon
    CBS Corp. has expanded its licensing arrangement with Amazon.com, ensuring that classic shows from the CBS library will be available to Amazon's Prime Instant Video service subscribers. The new deal, announced Wednesday, extends the licensing period for...
  • Insomnia takes over the world in Kenneth Calhoun's 'Black Moon'

    In "Black Moon," first-time novelist Kenneth Calhoun documents a plague of sleeplessness that threatens the very fabric of the world and reality. The sleepless have hallucinations and turn into the equivalent of manic, deranged zombies, while those who...
  • Mark Twain House Comeback

    Mark Twain House Comeback
    It took a little ice cream, some beer, a lot of visiting authors and a staff eager to try new things in a city that clings to old ways. And it worked. Over the past five years, the Mark Twain House & Museum in Hartford has built on its foundation as a...
  • Thrillers reviewed

    Thrillers reviewed
    Pandemic by Scott Sigler, Crown, 592 pages, $26 When George Romero popularized zombies in the '60s, they were straightforwardly a trope for Cold War anxieties. They trudged and lurched, as vacant as the '50s stereotypes of mindless consumers rising from...
  • Stephen King's 'The Stand' Getting Another Director

    Josh Boone may be the next director to attempt to take on a feature version of Stephen King's post-apocalyptic novel "The Stand" for Warner Bros. and CBS Films. Boone is in early talks to helm the film, which previously had Scott Cooper, Ben Affleck...
  • TV Review: 'Resurrection'

    "Resurrection" has such a provocative concept and a well-cast pilot that the temptation is to hang on hopefully for the ride, albeit with a measure of skepticism regarding how much life, renewed or otherwise, the producers can mine from the premise....
  • '30 Rock' Alum Matt Hubbard Signs Overall Deal With Universal TV

    Universal TV has inked a fresh, two-year overall deal with Matt Hubbard that calls for the scribe-producer to develop and supervise new projects for the studio. As a part of the pact, Hubbard will serve as exec producer on "Cabot College," a comedy...
  • Berlin: Isabelle Fuhrman, Stacy Keach Join Stephen King Adaptation 'Cell'

    Isabelle Fuhrman ("The Hunger Games") and Stacy Keach have come on board the movie version of Stephen King's "Cell," opposite John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson. International Film Trust, the sales agency arm of Benaroya Pictures, is selling the...
  • Mark Waters: Unlike 'Twilight,' 'Vampire Academy' Is Humorous

    Sure, "Vampire Academy" is an adaptation of a wildly successful YA series chronicling the lives of teenage vampires, but the similarities to "Twilight" stop there. Aside from dealing with a different vampire mythology, director Mark Waters said the...