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  • Emmy Creative Arts: Setting The Scene With Sound

    Sound mixing for half-hour comedies and dramas is a strange and delicate business. The sound pros on set and in post are charged with both letting the dialogue shine and preserving a sense of time and space. Whether a show takes the audience on a ride...
  • James Spader, the odd man in, adds 'The Blacklist' to his roles

    James Spader, the odd man in, adds 'The Blacklist' to his roles
    James Spader pauses when asked the question anyone who's followed his long career has contemplated: Why does he so often play‎ inscrutable oddballs? "Maybe it's that I like reading something on the page that allows you to fill in the blanks as an...
  • Mindy Kaling debuts summer haircut with signature wit

    Mindy Kaling debuts summer haircut with signature wit
    Mindy Kaling is saying hello to summer and goodbye to sweaty neck! Her words, not ours. "The Mindy Project" star and creator debuted the slightly shorter haircut on Monday using her exposition-friendly Instagram account where she posted the...
  • Why Actresses Like Zooey Deschanel, Mindy Kaling are Stepping Up Behind the Camera

    Before Zooey Deschanel joined the cast of Fox's "The New Girl" in 2011, she wasn't exactly looking for a full-time television series. She had already guest-starred on plenty of established shows, like Showtime's "Weeds," and had a thriving film career...
  • Creed Bratton of TV's 'The Office', headed to Sellersville Theater, talks of TV, music, life

     
    On NBC’s “The Office,” the character Creed Bratton was a shadowy quality-assurance director at Scranton’s Dunder Mifflin paper company. Over eight years of episodes, viewers learned only sketchy details about Bratton. Some of those...
  • REVIEW: Creed Bratton mixes 'The Office,' The Grass Roots selves in Sellersville Theater show

     
    Before we start, a background lesson on Creed Bratton. Pens up. Bratton is a real person who, back in the 1960s, played guitar in the radio rock group The Grass Roots, then went on to a middling solo music career......
  • 'Saving Mr. Banks': B.J. Novak on the 'nightmare' of writers' rooms

    On one level, the new historical dramedy "Saving Mr. Banks" chronicles the efforts of studio head Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) to persuade the cantankerous British author P.L. Travers (Emma Thompson) to allow her "Mary Poppins" children's books to be made into...
  • Miami Made Festival: Where reality becomes fiction

    Miami Made Festival: Where reality becomes fiction
    David Hemphill's idea of a play set in a Miami Beach hotel begins with his audience and ends with a "screwed-up" cast of characters, which includes a Zen-practicing bartender, a shirtless playboy and a feisty Hialeah party girl. Naturally, this is a...
  • Florida Film Festival stars: Cary Elwes, Tippi Hedren ... and the U.K.

    Florida Film Festival stars: Cary Elwes, Tippi Hedren ... and the U.K.
    At this year's Florida Film Festival, the rallying cry could be borrowed from history: "The British are coming! The British are coming!" For the first time, a special program of short films from the United Kingdom is part of the annual 10-day festival...
  • Beyonce's new album surprises Internet, celebrities

    Beyonce's new album surprises Internet, celebrities
    OK, Beyoncé's overnight surprise album drop isn't news only to fans -- it's news to other celebs too. Because that's how Sasha Fierce rolls. Queen Bey dropped her "visual album," "Beyoncé," which features 14 songs and 17 videos, late Thursday,...
  • TV Picks: 'Breaking,' 'Eastbound,' 'Homeland,' 'Sex,' 'Ladies'

    TV Picks: 'Breaking,' 'Eastbound,' 'Homeland,' 'Sex,' 'Ladies'
    Sunday will be a busy night. "Breaking Bad" (AMC, Sunday). After 10,000 episodes, the gold-encrusted body of "Breaking Bad" will be laid to rest Sunday night, with much gnashing of teeth and rending of garments, after which we can officially begin...