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Actor Edward Holcroft isn't interested in typical tales and happy endings.
Here's our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.
Grease: Live! debuted on Sunday evening, so here we revisit an article from 1986 with Grease's original Musical Director Tom Moore and Film Director Randal Kleiser.
Sam Lansky's memoir The Gilded Razor (Gallery Books) opens on a 17-year-old Lansky, a certified child of uptown privilege, preparing for a prospective college visit with his father at Princeton.
At first, Ryan Murphy's new show The People v. O.J. Simpson is compelling in its campiness.
Jean Stein was still in high school when she began interviewing members of the rarified Hollywood society in which she, as the daughter of MCA founder Jules Stein, was raised.
"I've been unusually busy for the last few years," says Gillian Anderson over the phone. The 47-year-old London-based actor isn't exaggerating.
There is officially going to be a Friends reunion. Need we say more?
In her new book out tomorrow, Jean Stein explores Hollywood's 20th-century golden age https://t.co/Rkhgjn0T9I @penguinrandom