Adding to a banner year for Kenyan marathon men, 30-year-old Geoffrey Mutai finished first in the New York City Marathon on Sunday, breaking the course record by more than two and a half minutes with a final time of 2 hours, 5 minutes, and 6 seconds.
Ebert Presents at the Movies needs an angel.
The 2011 European Film Award Nominations have been announced.
According to intel received by the U.N., Iran is now capable of building nuclear weapons.
Lady Gaga picked up four trophies at last night’s MTV Europe Music Awards. Here’s what she wore at the show.
Forbes has a list of Hollywood’s most overpaid stars.
In The New York Times Design section, a look back at the work of title-sequence god Saul Bass.
Speaking at the L.A. premiere of Hugo, Martin Scorsese wholeheartedly endorsed 3-D and the evolution of interactive cinema.
James Van Doren, the designer behind Vans shoes, has died.
Robert De Niro is going to play Bernie Madoff in a film adaptation of Truth and Consequences: Life Inside the Madoff Family.
Below, the Kardashian divorce gets the SNL treatment.
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