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  • James Gandolfini, killing them softly

    James Gandolfini, killing them softly
    The 12-million viewers who tuned into the final episode of "The Sopranos" in 2007 thought there was a good chance Tony Soprano would get whacked. There was an irrefutable logic to such a denouement: the mob boss had cheated death so many times; the HBO...
  • James Gandolfini: A gut reaction to his on-screen style

    James Gandolfini: A gut reaction to his on-screen style
    One thing should be dispensed with up front: James Gandolfini, who shuffled off this mortal coil Wednesday at age 51, was not a style icon — nor was his most memorable character, Tony Soprano. But if one speed-clicks through stills and screen-...
  • James Gandolfini's Tony Soprano was a cultural sensation

    James Gandolfini's Tony Soprano was a cultural sensation
    Alongside Mr. Spock, Archie Bunker and the Fonz, James Gandolfini's Tony Soprano has been absorbed wholesale into the American psyche to rank as one of TV's most indelible icons. In every sense of the term, Gandolfini's mob boss was larger than life:...
  • James Gandolfini dies: Why men had a love affair with Tony Soprano

     James Gandolfini dies: Why men had a love affair with Tony Soprano
    After the news broke that actor James Gandolfini had died, media outlets everywhere scrambled to put him, and his beloved character Tony Soprano, into cultural context. But if you wanted to understand the importance of the man and the show, all you had to...
  • Bruce Springsteen dedicates 'Born to Run' to James Gandolfini

    Actor James Gandolfini had long been a big fan of Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, and the feeling was mutual, in particular for guitarist Steve Van Zandt, who worked closely with Gandolfini on “The Sopranos” in his role as mob...
  • WIGS channel aims for TV-quality scripted shows on YouTube

    WIGS channel aims for TV-quality scripted shows on YouTube
    The wails of an infant haunt much of the 13-minute YouTube clip. On the Internet's dominant video site, recordings of laughing babies, talking twin babies, roller-skating babies long have made for amusing, sure-fire click bait. This case of a crying...
  • 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...
  • Zach Braff reteaming with Woody Allen in 'Bullets over Broadway'

    Zach Braff reteaming with Woody Allen in 'Bullets over Broadway'
    In 1993, a very young Zach Braff had a brief part as Woody Allen's college-age son in "Manhattan Murder Mystery." Now the former "Scrubs" actor will be reuniting with Allen in the new stage-musical version of "Bullets over Broadway" that is expected to...
  • Remembering James Gandolfini: David Chase's moving eulogy

    Remembering James Gandolfini: David Chase's moving eulogy
    David Chase, creator of "The Sopranos," delivered a moving 15-minute eulogy for actor James Gandolfini during funeral services for the star of the series, held Thursday at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York. Below is an unedited...
  • 'The Conjuring' steamrolls 'R.I.P.D.'; Maria Bartiromo in play?

    'The Conjuring' steamrolls 'R.I.P.D.'; Maria Bartiromo in play?
    After the coffee. Before gearing up for yet another TV press tour. The Skinny: I caught up on the last two episodes of CBS's "Under the Dome" over the weekend. I've decided viewers needs to watch "Under the Dome" as if they were watching "Sharknado."...
  • For 'Breaking Bad' team, it's been a brutal, heady ride to the end

     For 'Breaking Bad' team, it's been a brutal, heady ride to the end
    ALBUQUERQUE — Five months after scoring his second Emmy for playing tortured junkie Jesse Pinkman on AMC's "Breaking Bad," Aaron Paul paraded around a massive soundstage at Albuquerque Studios, carrying another kind of prize on his back. With a...