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  • Q&A: Comedian Russell Peters

    Q&A: Comedian Russell Peters
    Worldwide arena sellouts in 26 countries. Countless television and movie appearances. Seven hours of content on Netflix. And tens of millions in revenue to make him Forbes' third-richest comic. You wouldn't think a comic with those accolades still would be dealing with the "Wait, who?" treatment, but it's almost a joke to comedy veteran Russell Peters, who has been in the business for more than two decades.
  • CT's Katherine Heigl Returning To TV With New NBC Series

    One familiar face in the new TV fall lineup is that of Katherine Heigl, who left "Grey's Anatomy" after six seasons in 2010 to pursue a career in movies. Heigl, 35, who grew up in New Canaan, is returning to television to star as a CIA analyst for the...

    Emmys 2013: Looking for clues from the Creative Arts awards

    Emmys 2013: Looking for clues from the Creative Arts awards
    Bob Newhart and Melissa Leo won Emmys on Sunday night. Jane Fonda and Michael J. Fox didn't. Do the results from the Creative Arts Emmys offer any clues for this Sunday's Primetime Emmy Awards  show? Probably not. Or maybe they are remarkably...

    Review: 'Jump' falls short in humorless adaptation of play

    Review: 'Jump' falls short in humorless adaptation of play
    Northern Irish playwright Lisa McGee fashioned her piece "Jump" as a comedic thriller — likely with 1990s Quentin Tarantino in mind, with wisecracking thugs and reckless lovebirds teleported between different timelines in a maze-like narrative. When...

    A Valentine's Day wish: Bring the 'date night movie' back

    Dinner and a movie. Yes, I realize it represents a profound failure of imagination, but this was the date I had proposed to my wife for Valentine's Day next week. But sometimes life's obligations (not to mention two kids) limit your options for an...