Joan Rivers' loved ones said Sunday that they remain hopeful about her recovery three days after she went into cardiac arrest at a doctor's office.
In her newly released single "Secrets," Lambert sings about her bipolar disorder, her highly dysfunctional family, and other "secrets" which she chooses to reveal. But first, an interview...
For the serious film buff, Labor Day kicks off an intense season when American filmmakers, studio-based and indie alike, compete like drunken sailors for the eyes and ears of every North American filmgoer. Here are some picks for cinema lovers.
The movie of the summer might have been Marvel's irreverent hit "Guardians of the Galaxy," the top domestic film at the box office.
I hesitate to say this, but "The Congress" is probably best enjoyed while not entirely sober. This is a metaphysical acid trip of a movie that forces the viewer to think about his place in the world, not just presently, but in the future.
Ethan and Sophie take a retreat to a comfortable, if strange, vacation house, hoping to find one another again. They succeed... but in a way that plunges them into deep weirdness.
Kevin Kline, Susan Sarandon, and Dakota Fanning give this workman-like movie some spark and tenderness.
In "The November Man" Pierce Brosnan attempts to outdo Liam Neeson in creating a franchise for the older Holllywood star. Good luck.
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For those of you who are living under rocks, both normal people and celebrities, far and wide, have been participating in the "ice bucket challenge."
On June 21, the cast of "Orange is the New Black" assembled in Manhattan at the delightfully eccentric Crosby Street Hotel. Out of that day came the opportunity to conduct an exclusive, in-depth Q&A with stars Selenis Leyva and Kate Mulgrew.
An interview with "Love is Strange" director Ira Sachs explores his philosophy and methods as American queer film's most adroit chronicler of relationships.
To further explore Provincetown and to learn about Tennessee Williams, a Festival is offering the public a Free Guide To "Follow in Tennessee Williams' Footsteps," some of the places Williams lived and hung out with his friends.
This season Emily flits between three men, each one even hotter than they were last season. With so much to choose from, it's little wonder Emily doesn't finish or drop her scheming and settle down with just one of the perfect men in her life.
Last week, the Swedish brother-sister duo the Knife announced they were breaking up at the end of their current tour. EDGE takes a look at the electronic band's near perfect discography and their lasting legacy.
David had an advantage over Goliath? Malcolm Gladwell talks with Anderson Cooper about the link between adversity and innovation.
Silently Shouting :: Remembering the Knife's Legacy
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Lizzy Caplan and Michael Sheen on 'Masters of Sex'
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