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  • Brett Martin and Alan Sepinwall look at the TV revolution

    The unexpected death of James Gandolfini, who was best known for his work on the series "The Sopranos," recently re-ignited the conversation over How Much Television has Changed, which has become so intense and widespread in the last few years that...
  • Vince Gilligan of 'Breaking Bad' Looks Back

    Some writers are haunted by their shadows. Vince Gilligan sees a dance partner. There's a night spent in the Sofitel Hotel on Beverly Boulevard, circa 1995. Gilligan notices the light from the TV set project his shadow on the wall, and thinks, "Wouldn'...
  • TV Review: 'Whitey Bulger: The Making of a Monster'

    The grim joke in Boston around the time of the highway renovation project known as the Big Dig, which ran a tunnel under the Charles River, was that the rash of bodies being exhumed as investigators were building their case against mobster Whitey Bulger...
  • David L. Ulin's summer reading project

    Summer is my favorite season — always has been. Partly, it's the light: slow and thick, like a glaze of honey spread across the world. Partly, it's the heat, which I feel in my joints, making me imagine I was loose-limbed again. But more than...
  • Redistricting fight has politicos scared of disclosure. Good

    My favorite blog post this week comes from Jacksonville's Matt Dixon, who wrote about how a growing number of politicians, operatives and all-around hacks are about to pee their pants, scared to death that their actions in the redistricting scam may be...
  • Mike Darnell: For TV Critics, the Gift That Kept on Giving

    Mike Darnell leaving Fox? After all the hell he put multiple entertainment chiefs -- including Sandy Grushow, Peter Roth and Gail Berman -- over the years? Say it ain't so. Years ago, somewhere between "When Animals Attack" and "Who Wants to Marry a...
  • Mel Brooks To Receive AFI Lifetime Award

    Mel Brooks will receive the American Film Institute's Lifetime Achievement Award at the org's gala June 6 at the Dolby Theatre. Martin Scorsese will present Brooks with the honor, in an event that will be televised June 15 on TNT and later, as part of an...
  • January Jones still mum about son's paternity

    January Jones still mum about son's paternity
    January Jones is keeping mum about her child's paternity. The "Mad Men" actress, who plays Don Draper's sullen ex-wife Betty, gave birth to son Xander Dane Jones in September 2011, but never said who the father was, squarely placing the boy's...
  • Cannes keeps being film industry's place to be

    Cannes keeps being film industry's place to be
    — It's been 42 years since I first covered the Cannes Film Festival. Arriving on the French Riviera this week, I was struck by how Cannes has remained the quintessential place for film, despite enormous changes in the cinema landscape. Cannes...
  • Review: "NOS4A2" by Joe Hill

    Review: "NOS4A2" by Joe Hill
    Joe Hill must get tired of being compared to his father. He writes under a pen name. But when you're a horror novelist and your father is Stephen King, the association will pursue you like an axe-wielding Jack Nicholson. In his third novel, "NOS4A2," Hill...
  • Review: The Rolling Stones rock Staples in first gig of tour

    Review: The Rolling Stones rock Staples in first gig of tour
    The first measures heard at  Staples Center as the Rolling Stones began their 26th (give or take) concert in Los Angeles didn’t include Keith Richards’ riffs, Mick Jagger’s sweet falsetto, Ron Wood’s delicate guitar lines or...