"Nightcrawler" looks at the underside of the television news business by focusing on a bottom-feeder: an enterprising, morally compromised videographer played with chilling accuracy by Jake Gyllenhaal.
It's more than obvious how the plot of this somewhat likable, but very predictable, lightweight romantic comedy will end: With yet another inappropriate and unlikely relationship.
"Nostalgia," Annie Lennox's seventh solo album and first release on Blue Note Records, hits No. 1 on Billboard's Top Jazz Albums chart, jumps to No. 10 on the Billboard 200 and is No. 6 on both the Digital Albums and Internet Albums charts.
Estelle has unveiled her new video for the breezy, danceable house track "Something Good" from her forthcoming album True Romance, out February 17.
Welles was a great rarity: One of the cinema's poets.
"Drag Race" stars Bianca Del Rio and Adore Delano are featured in Starbucks' first LGBT-friendly commercial.
"The Vanishing" isn't your traditional horror movie; isn't standard-issue Halloween fare. The interest here is psychological.
Apart from a few scenes with murky atmosphere, the 1994 film won't scare you as much as how many 1980's actors you will recognize. From Soleil Moon Frye ("Punky Brewster") to Kane Hodder ("Jason X"), this bloody feature has it all.
Tom Stoppard stages an emotional drama about love and the human condition, running through the end of the year at American Airlines Theatre.
In his latest film "Horns," Daniel Radcliffe takes a radical departure for his Harry Potter role. Accused of murdering his girlfriend, a bit of magical realism causes him to grow horns & solve the crime. Radcliffe talks about the role.