From playing in the NFL to acting in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” to writing a new book, Terry Crews does whatever he likes—and does it well
Writer and director Nicole Holofcener’s frank take on storytelling, romantic comedies, saying goodbye to James Gandolfini and her acclaimed new film, Enough Said.
Kathryn Hahn tries to keep a straight face while talking about family road trips, off-the-wall comedy and reaching the top of the call sheet. By Erin Brady
With his role in Stuck in Love, musician and television star Nat Wolff adds yet another skill to his resume.
After eight years on the shelf, The Way, Way Back, Jim Rash’s new coming-of-age film, is delighting critics and audiences.
“The Daily Show’s” Aasif Mandvi breaks down the hierarchy of a search engine in The Internship
Chadwick Boseman’s breakthrough role as Jackie Robinson in 42 is as epic as the man he portrays
Filmmaker Paul Weitz mines a stressful subject for laughs in Admission, a romantic comedy about the lengths people will go for acceptance
From her supporting role in the witchy love story Beautiful Creatures to her Oscar-nominated turns in The Help and Doubt, Viola Davis seems to have Hollywood—and audiences—under her spell
We chat with two of the stars of one of the biggest—and definitely brainiest—sitcoms on TV today
“Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away” leading lady Erica Linz brings a longtime passion for circus performance to her first major film role
Matthew Fox follows up his role as the good doctor on “Lost” with one that’s entirely bad news in “Alex Cross”
Giving heft to supporting roles has made J.K. Simmons one of the busiest actors in Hollywood
Not yet 30, Zoe Kazan is already living up to her considerable Hollywood pedigree as playwright, screenwriter and actress
TV’s Josh Radnor heads back to school as the writer, director and star of the wistful “Liberal Arts”
The ever-unpredictable Denis Leary goes from loose cannon to straight arrow as “The Amazing Spider-Man’s” top cop
Whether he’s embedding with Navy SEAL teams or filming on real-life U.S. warships, “Battleship” director Peter Berg goes all out to bring military adventure to the big screen
What does a smash hit sound like? No one knows better than Christopher Boyes, the aural wizard behind the summer blockbuster “The Avengers.”
From co-starring opposite Eddie Murphy and Jamie Foxx to ruling the tube in “Scandal,” Kerry Washington is acting up all over the place
Known for explosive, fast-paced hits, director McG tackles romance in “This Means War” — and sends sparks flying