All the signs are that the U.S. military and its NATO allies have not only outlived their welcome in Afghanistan but also passed the point at which their presence is anything other than toxic.
David Cronenberg is teaming with Media Rights Capital to adapt Knifeman for TV.
Will Hollywood ever speak Hispanic audiences’ language?
An oddly addictive new social network for TV fanatics.
Mike D’Angelo isn’t kidding when it comes to David Fincher’s The Game.
Rebekah Brooks is said to be arrested.
Margaret Talbot dives into the mind of Rush Limbaugh.
Stephen King’s The Dark Tower fantasy series picked up by Warner Bros.
Let Pitchfork guide you at SXSW.
Obama’s rating falls as poll reflects volatility.
This isn’t a slacktivist thing, says Kony 2012 video makers.
Use of homeless people as Internet hotspots backfires on marketer.
HBO series Girls solidifies Lena Dunham’s place as a bold new voice in American comedy.
Jonah Hill’s opening monologue from SNL this weekend:
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