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Paul Peterson was one of my first celebrity crushes when he appeared on The Donna Reed Show. He was briefly a Mousketeer at age 8 and played Cary Grant’s son (with Sophia Loren as his babysitter) in the affecting romantic […]

The CG Society has a terrific interview with John Goodson, who worked on the starship Enterprise and many other iconic movie models. “I’ve worked on almost all the miniatures for the Enterprise that exist and I’ve studied them all,” he […]

D.W. Brown has trained, directed, and coached hundreds of actors and is co-artistic head of the distinguished and successful Joanne Baron/D.W. Brown Studio. His new book, You Can Act!: A Complete Guide for Actors is both practical and inspiring with […]

You know them. That is, they look familiar, but you might not be sure if that is because you saw them in a movie or because you saw them on a train. These are character actors, the indispensible performers who […]

This afternoon/evening at 4 pm PST there will be a live video chat on Facebook with writer/director Cyrus Nowrasteh to answer participant questions regarding his latest film. Based on a true story, “The Stoning of Soraya M.” stars Shohreh Aghdashloo […]

“Shopaholic” comes to DVD this week. Here is a glimpse behind the scenes: • The film shot inside of some of the most exclusive stores and boutiques in New York, including Barneys New York flagship store on Madison Avenue, Henri […]

My brilliant and talented friend Robert J. Elisberg writes an outstanding column about politics and culture in “The Huffington Post.” I told him how much I admired his most recent piece about the way that Hollywood’s obsession with youth interferes […]

Check out Entertainment Weekly’s gallery of shots from the set of “New Moon.” They say that even though Edward does not play much of a role in the book, fans have been assured that the popular Robert Pattinson will play […]

Studio 360, one of my favorite radio programs, has a wonderful interview with Gene Winfield, the man who designed the cars from the future for everyone from “Star Trek” and “Blade Runner” to “Sleeper,” “Robocop” and this episode of “Bewitched.”

Cinematical does what the producers of the new Terminator movie did not — they sit down with a calendar to try to figure out the Terminator Timeline.