EDGE is at SXSW where Kevin Langston blogs on the movies he’s seeing during the biggest interactive festival of the year.
Entertainer, emcee, comedian and producer Scott Nevins leads his life by words of wisdom from his 86-year-old Aunt Grace: "Why worry what other people think, do they pay your rent?"
The shirtless warriors of the "300" sequel "Rise of an Empire" ravaged the post-Oscars box-office weekend with a domestic debut of $45.1 million but an even bigger international haul of $87.8 million.
It is undeniable: The force that emanates from this petite frame is nothing less than immense. If you haven’t heard her over the last five years on "Glee," you have missed a great talent.
Oscar-winning director Alfonso Cuaron was looking for an anti-"Gravity" follow up to his blockbuster space film, and he found it with a rare excursion into television.
This sequel to "300" ventures from the desert to the sea, where it heaves, swells, and ravages the eye with just as much bloody good fun as the original.
A nifty mix of Hitchcockian thrills and a bit of DePalma, this compact new thriller starring everyone’s favorite hobbit is a masterful gem of suspense!
Book your reservations for "The Grand Budapest Hotel," the latest cinematic funhouse from Wes Anderson.
With its latest mining of the classic "The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show," Hollywood finally avoids pulverizing our childhood memories.
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The cryptic note penned by Abraham Lincoln identifies its recipient only as "my dear Sir" and has a small section carefully clipped out. Who was he writing to and why was a key piece of information later removed so meticulously?
Responding to a story about a woman who was arrested for allegedly having sex with a dog, "geauxjudge" wrote that it was "just a small step" from having "TGGLBS" sex, an apparent reference to transgender, gay, lesbian or bisexual sex.
A lonely young woman with an obsession for all things Austen goes on the trip of a lifetime to find fantasy, frolic, and maybe, even love.
As the Speakeasy Stage Company mounts its production of Samuel D. Hunter’s "The Whale," a designer works to make a man gain over 500 lbs. and an actor explores how the man got that way.
Sheila MacRae starred on the Broadway stage and in films, yet it was her small-screen role as the tolerant and brassy wife of a Brooklyn bus driver for which she is most remembered.
Not since the era of Igor Stravinsky has any other classical music composer enjoyed such an unequivocal popularity. At the age of 78, Philip Glass still invents musical phenomena. The recent concert at AT&T PAC was no exception.
Isaac Mizrahi has a deal with Amy Einhorn Books for a memoir that will track his rise from an unhappy childhood in Brooklyn to hanging out at Studio 54 to international fame.
L.A. artist Ashleigh Sumner is appropriating street art into her own unique, layered creations, and from downtown to the Hollywood Hills, people are beginning to snatch up her unique works.