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  • Bill Murray talks about a director he likes, Wes Anderson of 'Moonrise Kingdom'

    Bill Murray talks about a director he likes, Wes Anderson of 'Moonrise Kingdom'
    CANNES, France -- Here's Bill Murray, a rumpled riot in mismatched summer wear, talking about his ongoing screen collaboration with writer-director Wes Anderson, the filmmaker (who still shoots on actual, tactile-friendly film, Super 16 millimeter in this case) who gave us "Rushmore," "The Royal Tenenbaums,""Fantastic Mr. Fox"and other fastidiously framed and eccentrically observed studies in young people, their addled elders and their elaborate coping mechanisms:
  • Biblioracle: James Frey's sins

    Biblioracle: James Frey's sins
    In general, I try to take an ecumenical approach to books and reading in this space. Sure, I have my own prejudices, but I take care not to impose them on others. For example, I've tried three separate times to read "The Da Vinci Code" and can't...

    How to party like Dan Brown

     
    That's a blurry iPhone picture of Dan Brown standing at the mic, right, with longtime editor Jason Kaufman at Gotham Hall in New York on Monday night. The two men -- plus a few hundred friends and colleagues -- were...

    Ron Howard on his first comic-book film project: 'This is new territory for me'

     
    EXCLUSIVE After releasing two films this year, Ron Howard is planning his next move, and this week he sounded most excited about directing a big-budget adaptation of "The Strange Adventures of H.P. Lovecraft," based on the Image Comics series. "It...

    Akiva Goldsman on 'Lobo,' 'Jonah Hex' and the new 'Swamp Thing'

     
    The Oscar-winning screenwriter tries to shake off the bad memories (especially "Batman & Robin") as he joins the "Fringe" team and guide four DC Comics properties to the screen.