Gordon Ramsay's pasta roller is falling apart. I'm pretty sure I broke it.
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At some point during the second season of Ugly Betty, creator-executive producer Silvio Horta felt the show's operatic shenanigans had gotten out of control. A little too telenovela, if you will.
Director Jane Campion's intimate touch is evident in her latest film. Kenneth Turan, of the Los Angeles Times, reports from Cannes.
Who doesn't love the tough-talking, scheme-hatching, dynamite-regurgitating penguins from the Madagascar films?Well, fans, rejoice, because now they have their own show, appropriately titled The Penguins of Madagascar, premiering on Friday on Nickelodeon (Sky digital channel 41).
The knockers are circling as the King of Pop takes what could be one last shot. Harriet Ryan and Chris Lee, of the Los Angeles Times, report.
The Washington Mall glistened in the glow of hundreds of old-fashioned street lanterns on a cool May evening.
Soulja Boy harbours no ill will towards his haters. Not even the ones who since his 2007 debut album, Souljaboytellem.com, have been loudly, and with almost numbing constancy, calling for the death of the rapper-producer's career.
For his debut feature 'The Escapist', British director Rupert Wyatt has given the prison-break film a fresh twist, writes Shane Gilchrist.
Most people consider gardens and landscapes fairly safe spaces except for the patches of poison ivy you weren't paying attention to.
Here's the dirt: I hate to clean. It turns out that puts me at odds with a majority of women. A recent poll revealed that only 7% of women dislike slaving over a hot vacuum. The rest of us "love" cleaning and "find it relaxing".
Cat Stevens, one of the superstars of the sensitive singer-songwriter movement, experienced a spiritual epiphany three decades ago that led him to turn his back on rock'n'roll and embark on one of the most radical personal reinventions in recent pop music history.
"Eccentric" can be a coded insult when it comes to Hollywood leading men, unless they happen to be named Johnny Depp. Take Nicolas Cage, whose bellowing, wild-eyed performances can make him seem as measured as a man with his head on fire - and not just in Ghost Rider.
The undead are shaking up the insular world of Jane Austen, reports Monica Hesse, of the Washington Post.
Most homeowners approach landscape design to meet their immediate need, whether that is screening, ground cover, shade or flowering plants.
The application of mind over matter is moving to the toy store, but that doesn't mean it's all child's play, reports Joel Garreau, of The Washington Post.
A film starring Anna Paquin is tied up in studio wrangles three years after it was shot, John Horn, of The Los Angeles Times, reports.
During his life and now in death, Tuvia Bielski was many things to many people: a courageous and resourceful leader who helped save more than 1200 Jews from falling into the hands of the Nazis; a humble man whose monumental achievements have inspired at least two books and the feature film Defiance, starring Daniel Craig.