'E.T.' vs. 'Tron': a True Story
'Today' says goodbye to Gene Shalit
Lamont Johnson 1922-2010
Morgan Freeman gets AFI Life Achievement Award
Happy 80th birthday to Sean Connery, the real reel Bond
American Cinematographer's best-shot films 1998-2008
Lucas, Spielberg, Rockwell: storytellers, illustrators
'Jaws' and 'Nashville' opened 35 years ago
Vatican honors Jake and Elwood
Tim Burton: Auteur, Art Brand or Both?
Stephen King's Under the Dome headed to TV?
States cut taxpayer movie-production giveaways
The Wanted: NBC news show an embarrassment
Earth's days are numbered and encumbered
Routine romance would've spoiled the fun of Gilroy's 'Duplicity'
Ken Burns offers Sun staff sneak peek of next big film
People And Entertainment
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
If Indy's fedora fits ...
BACK IN ACTION
China voices 'grave concerns' to Sudan
OTHER NOTABLE DEATHS
Seinfeld's a worker bee in comedy
Battle of titans looms at studio
In pop culture, everyone loves Abe
Smog of War
With improv, Posey shows off her independent spirit at awards
Despite similarities, Hanks falling short of Jimmy Stewart
Other Notable Deaths
A good 'Catch' filled with twist and turns
Complete list of Oscar nominations
Message of Spielberg's 'Munich' doesn't square with reality
'Amistad' debate shows us its value
Spielberg's 'Amistad' celebrates the best about this country
Becoming show biz' new talk of the town 'Amistad': Djimon Hounsou, star of Steven Spielberg's new movie, spoke the wrong African dialects, and the director knew it.
Pride II stands in for slaver in film Ship: Director Steven Spielberg is using the replica of a 19th-century Baltimore clipper ship to represent the Amistad.
Revising movie history Film: 'Amistad' breaks with Hollywood stereotypes in its account of what happened to a boatload of Africans bound for slavery.
Wit & Missiles There's action aplenty in 'The Peacemaker,' but its lead characters, played by George Clooney and Nicole Kidman, haven't forgotten how to think.
Extras sought for Spielberg production
Reach out and, like touch someone
Short memory on TV history Hype: NBC' showing of "Schindler's List" tonight isn't exactly as "unprecedented" as the network claims.
Horrors of the Holocaust Witnesses: Twenty survivors of the Nazi era described their memories to 500 young people and cameras from Steven Spielberg's foundation.
Today's gifts include 'E.T.,' 'Gumby' and Regis
Tending to business despite a hurricane Corporate glitches are opportunities for those who solve them