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  • Golden Globes: Idris Elba wins for actor in a TV miniseries

     
    Golden Globes: Idris Elba of "Luther" wins for best actor in a series, mini-series or motion picture made for television at the Golden Globes....
  • George R.R. Martin at the Golden Globes

     
    George R.R. Martin took time during HBO's Golden Globes afterparty to talk about books and writers in Hollywood....
  • Authors in town this week: Benjamin Busch, Erik Larson and Pico Iyer

     
    Author events in Southern California this week include Benjamin Busch, Erik Larson and Pico Iyer....
  • Q&A: Dominic West discusses his disturbing role in 'Appropriate Adult'

     
    Dominic West, best known as Det. McNulty on HBO's 'The Wire," talks about the challenges of playing a notorious British serial killer in Sunance Channel's "Appropriate Adult."...
  • Movie Review: Johnny English Reborn

     
    One thing we can conclude conclusively from Rowan Atkinson's second big screen outing as Johnny English. He would have been a FAR superior revived Inspector Clouseau to Steve Martin's embarrassing take on the guy. But “Johnny English Reborn,”...
  • Elisabeth Moss, Jane Campion team for Sundance miniseries

     
    Sundance Channel is bringing movie director Jane Campion to the small screen for a six-part miniseries starring Elisabeth Moss, as part of its ongoing move into scripted drama....
  • Film Review: 'Centurion': Pict your poison, Romans

     
    Every time Neil Marshall makes a film – 2005's The Descent is probably the best known – stock prices of stage-blood manufacturers must enjoy a momentary spike. Centurion is no exception, and there are enough spikes (and spears and swords and arro...
  • Movie Review: Centurion

     
    The “soldiers trapped behind enemy lines” story has been a favorite since Xenophon followed Greeks home from deep in hostile Persia in “Anabasis,” in 400 B.C. That's the plot of “Centurion,” an old–fashioned quest...
  • EXCLUSIVE: Rosamund Pike talks about cars and ‘Johnny English Reborn’

     
    Paging “Top Gear.” Who would have guessed that tall, stately and “posh” British actress Rosamund Pike is a bit of a “petrol head,” as they say in the UK? It's the sort of thing that comes up when you switch the...
  • HBO ramps up its online service HBO Go

     
    HBO, which once was wary of putting any of its content online, is now throwing everything on its shelves on HBO Go, its digital platform. The pay cable channel, which has about 30 million subscribers, is now making more than......
  • ‘Happily Divorced’: Fran Drescher, ‘Nanny’ co-star reunite

     
    BBC America rolls out "The Hour," a six-part thriller set in the 1950s, at 10 tonight. The first-rate cast includes Dominic West as a TV anchor, Romola Garai as a producer and Ben Whishaw as an ambitious journalist. The script mixes espionage, office...