Keith Olbermann shocked even his own network when he announced on Friday that Countdown was going off the air.
Jack LaLanne, father of the modern fitness movement, died on Sunday. He was 96.
Is Orson Welles’s The Other Side of the Wind really going to be seen soon?
David Ehrenstein salutes Nico.
Soon you can stream Ebert Presents At The Movies and see how that whipper snapper Ignatiy Vishnevetsky is doing.
New York City’s edginess continues to disappear.
Patti Smith may like P.J. Harvey’s new song, but don’t you dare compare the two.
I wish Andrew O’Hehir was an Oscar voter.
David Lynch talks about Blue Velvet’s deleted scenes.
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- Academy Awards
- andrew o'hehir
- blue velvet
- david ehrenstein
- David Lynch
- ebert presents at the movies
- ignatiy vishnevetsky
- jack lalanne
- keith olbermann
- Orson Welles
- p.j. harvey
- patti smith
- producers guild of america
- razzie awards
- the last airbender
- the other side of the wind
- the twilight saga eclipse