July 8, 2013 In the Showtime series, Schreiber plays a Hollywood fixer with some personal problems of his own. While TV is newish territory for Schreiber, playing a man plagued by inner demons is not. He talks with Dave Davies about acting the heavy — and how his face has shaped his career.
July 7, 2013 Fulcrum Acoustic speakers are in some of the hottest clubs in Hollywood, Vegas and Singapore. They're also in Bible-Belt churches and Disney World. Joan Baez uses them for her stage rig. They're made in a tiny enclave outside Boston, by a small team that prides itself on making its work "invisible."
July 5, 2013 The veteran actor recently made his directorial debut with a film about four aging opera singers who stage a concert at their retirement home. Starring Maggie Smith and Tom Courtenay, the film explores friendship, memory and the time that remains.
July 4, 2013 A far cry from the usual amped-up extreme-sports film, Lucy Walker's The Crash Reel follows snowboarder Kevin Pearce from devastating wipeout through debilitating brain injury and protracted recovery — fitting his struggle into a larger consideration of sports-related injury. (Recommended)
July 3, 2013 Johnny Depp and his Pirates of the Caribbean director, Gore Verbinski, have already made one Western: The animated film Rango. So with The Lone Ranger, they were looking to do something a little different. Critic Bob Mondello says you can say that again.
July 3, 2013 The latest movie take on the New American Family: Our kids are all right — or they would be, if all us idiosyncratic grownups stopped acting like stoked toddlers and got with the program. Toni Collette, Steve Carell, Allison Janney and Sam Rockwell anchor a cheerfully profane coming-of age dramedy.