As a devoted fan of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Laurence Fishburne feels sorry for the act that has to follow William Petersen, the face of the long-running hit CBS show.
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A sometimes overlooked godfather of Western art is being rediscovered in Parma, Italy, reports Blake Gopnik, of The Washington Post.
When the Killers' singer Brandon Flowers crossed the lobby of the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood before a recent taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live, he displayed the first sign that the band was beginning anew: He lacked a mustache.
At 77, American writer Toni Morrison continues to forge new chains in her oeuvre, as Bob Thompson, of The Washington Post, reports.
There might be a way to predict whether young children will grow into active teens - or fall prey to a more sedentary lifestyle.
Sam jones as Flash Gordon in the 1980 film. Top film-makers already have dipped into the sci-fi vault for 21st-century remakes of The War of the Worlds, Planet of the Apes and the upcoming The Day the Earth Stood Still, so what's next on the revival list? Plenty. Here's a list of a dozen remakes and revival projects now at various stages in the studio pipeline.
Stuff. We have a lot of it. They're nice, these belongings. Entertaining and helpful and cool. And yet they're also a little oppressive the way they clutter our homes and dictate our actions. Julia Feldmeier, of The Washington Post, reports.
What should fans expect from the new Ludacris album? The same, and more of it. > Ludacris. Theatre of the Mind. Disturbing Tha Peace.
When Axl Rose announced in December 2006 that the new Guns N' Roses album, Chinese Democracy, would be issued the following March - the last false ending to a drama nearly as long-lasting as the Vietnam War - he briefly stepped out of the smoke-machine haze that surrounds him and feigned modesty.
Of all the stories Donda West read to her little son at bedtime, Pinocchio must have been a favourite. The tale of the puppet who longed to be human obviously resonates with Kanye West.
"Pompeii and the Roman Villa", an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, inspires Adrian Higgins of The Washington Post.
Beyonce Knowles has always held her privacy dear. She's a stingy interview subject - polite but unfailingly circumspect and she's just as guarded when it comes to her art
Beyonce is ready for a challenge the pop star wants to be the first actress to wear Wonder Woman's famed red, white and blue bathing suit on the silver screen.
Stephen J. Cannell groaned when ABC executives broached the idea of creating a superhero show.
In the latest James Bond thriller, Quantum of Solace, Agent 007 is pitted against a most unusual adversary.
Just because hip-hop/R&B star T-Pain single-handedly - albeit accidentally - transformed the US pop chart with his retro-futuristic sound, don't expect him to strangle the goose that laid the golden egg.