Ernest Borgnine, the rough-hewn actor who seemed destined for tough-guy characters but won an Academy Award for embodying the gentlest of souls, a lonely Bronx butcher, in the 1955 film Marty, died on Sunday in Los Angeles. He was 95.
Hollywood remembers the Oscar-winning actor.
David Ehrenstein chats with Benoît Jacquot.
Take a sneak peek at The Walking Dead’s third season.
Spike Lee talks Obama, the end of Mookie’s Brooklyn, and the Hollywood color line.
When Nora Ephron met Lonesome George.
Obama’s administration killed a 16-year-old American and didn’t say anything about it.
David Lynch designs Dom Pérignon.
Gabriel García Márquez, the Colombian novelist and Nobel laureate, has dementia and is no longer writing, his younger brother, Jaime, has said.
Brad Pitt’s bro responds to mom’s anti-Obama letter.
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If Maya Deren and Chris Marker had a kid and that kid was a Shining-loving hipster, he would make a video like this one for the Walkmen’s “The Love You Love”:
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