Hear the tapes, as Reagan opens up about his battle against the encroachment of communism into Hollywood
The dignity of teachers in harsh environments gave this Oscar–winning documentarian his liveliehood—and his purpose.
These real-life physicians know the diagnosis...and are always ready for their close-up.
Being an A-list rapper would surely grease the wheels in a transition to the big screen, right? Turns out it's more of a handicap.
With so many people feeling disenfranchised, it'd be nice to have Philip Marlowe around again—so why can't Hollywood find him?
District 9 was such a success Neill Blomkamp could probably stand next to Jessica Alba in a sea of fanboys at Comic-Con and still be more popular.
Brett Ratner really wants an Oscar...but not for the reasons you think.
He was the most famous development exec that never was...or almost was. One show-biz pro owes all of his success to Jay Flannick, a man who didn't really exist. Or did he?
Producer R.J. Cutler shares how he pitched Anna Wintour on making The September Issue and what he feared most about their meeting.
Nicholas Weinstock, head of motion picture development at Apatow Productions, shares his secret strategies for fielding movie and series proposals.
Being a Simpsons writer is hard work. Carolyn Omine takes you inside the writers' room at the beloved sitcom.
How I Met Your Mother's Josh Radnor says basic kindness means little in Hollywood...and everything in life.
Ugly Betty producer Silvio Horta reveals that the path to success in Hollywood is paved with good assistants—if you can find one.