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For many years, a framed photo of Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley sat above the bathtub at Vidal's home in Ravello, Italy. It was not, to say the least, a marker of friendship.
In The End of the Tour, director James Pondsoldt goes beyond the myth of the troubled literary genius and shows David Foster Wallace as a human and a friend.
Six-four, and with his afro six-nine, the man, the myth-Fletch, ffs!- Chevy Chase has more than secured his spot on the Mount Rushmore of comedy.
With a larger-than-life role in Fantastic Four, the multifaceted British actor flexes his blockbuster muscles.
At first glance, writing partners John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein might seem like an odd couple.
Lady Hester Stanhope was a fascinating figure.
Charlotte Gainsbourg is a special breed of the multi-talented performer.
Fox has just purchased the film rights to Don Winslow's latest novel The Cartel for a cool seven figures.
"There are a lot of catfish in the sea" is not quite how the adage goes, but it holds true for today's hyper-connected age of Internet.
Say your official goodbye to Kate Spade Saturday (@katespadeny). The website is now shutdown. http://t.co/IDoX0ufnh9