Spring movie preview: It's a new season at theaters, too
From Shailene Woodley and Vin Diesel to Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart, the stars of March and April movies run the gamut.
With 'Olive Kitteridge,' HBO does what PBS should be doing
HBO again does the kind of great American drama PBS should be doing
Movie review: 'Divergent'
Movie version of Veronica Roth best-seller, "Divergent," lacks spark and personality. Two stars.
At Middleton, Labor Day, Oscar Shorts, That Awkward Moment, The Servant, and The Black Stallion
Titanic II, the best Twitter reactions to the new ship
Australian mining magnate (apparently, a thing) Clive Palmer has unveiled the blueprints of his replica of the doomed ship that killed Leonardo DiCaprio.
A football win, a basketball firing, K-pop and Schwarzkopf
Roman Polanski's black comedy mostly assaults your patience.
Break Bad, Game of Thrones, Justified, The Good Wife, Luther, and more.
THE YEAR IN TELEVISION
The Emmys telecast: Baltimore native Julie Bowen wins first award of the night
Winners, loser and the kind of TV experience Fox delivers
Brief Encounter, Bucky Larson: Born To Be A Star, Cluny Brown, Contagion, The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie, Warrior
On your mark, get set, forget! Oscar also-rans left in the distance
'Slumdog' dominates awards
Oscars TV: At least the multiple presenters worked
Academy passes over housewife in favor of war-crimes defendant
select oscar nominees
In 'Road,' reteaming of DiCaprio, Winslet leaves a sinking feeling
No heroes, this time; just ordinary
ALSO OPENING TODAY
'Frost/Nixon,' 'Button' are top Globe nominees
Oscar-nominated films skip over Charm City
'Extras' has comic brilliance of 'The Office'
'Jude': nasty, but hardly obscure
Kate Winslet gets a grip on sensibility Lifelike: In 'Sense and Sensibility,' Ms. Winslet's character must get a handle on her emotions. In real life the young actor is learning to do the same thing.