Blake Lively makes her move as the quintessential kick-ass chick in Oliver Stone's gritty Savages
Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke has television—and Hollywood—all fired up
The Killing’s Mireille Enos shows the world her bright side
In a special tribute to the nuances of noir, the best of the genre weighs in on books, bad guys and weapons of choice
The actress talks policing on Southland, finding her voice...and maybe not being as tough as nails as her rep
Reality reimagined as art, as American Idol stunner Katharine McPhee comes to TV with a Smash
She bewitches and beguiles in PBS’ Downton Abbey, but just who is Michelle Dockery, the girl behind the impervious Lady Mary?
A special extended episode of prime-time TV opening sequences—part three, 1990–2011. Play the clips, vote for the best
The reigning monarch of England’s storied past tells tales on his beloved Downton Abbey
A bounty of good tidings, in the form of pages full of art, culture, food and philanthropy
Amber Heard is in the driver’s seat onscreen and off, defying expectations at every turn.
Play the opening sequences of classic prime-time TV series, then vote on the absolute best.
She’s got Glee and so much more—a conversation with TV’s queen of mean.
The star of Rescue Me on his series’ contributions and conclusion and the role of Gaelic in his life.
The actress defies Hollywood expectations as a young ingenue through seasoned poise and an almost uncanny range.
Move over, Ryan and Jake—make way for Hollywood’s leading men to-be. The It factor is pulsating in these guys.
One of network TV’s top talents practices her own brand of humor with a heart.
Much is made of the differences between L.A. and New York—perhaps more should be spoken of their similarities.
On HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, Michael Pitt is the consummate damaged soul, but his own wide-eyed ambition that fuels the persona.
These real-life physicians know the diagnosis...and are always ready for their close-up.
Vintage postcards from Hollywood’s golden age—wish you were here.
The Mad Men and Community actress gets positively frisky in a sit-down on the playful side of Hollywood.
Fired-copper hair, vanilla-malt skin, five feet eight inches of packed va-va-voom—Mad Men’s alpha babe talks Hollywood, Tom Waits worship and becoming a living doll.
Eric Shanks, EVP of DirecTV's entertainment division, has rescued canceled shows with loyal fan bases—Showtime’s Sleeper Cell and ABC’s Wonderland—and given them another window. His aim is simple: Keep quality content alive.
With the success of Six Feet Under and True Blood charging the way, Sue Naegle, president of HBO Entertainment, is overseeing Scorsese's Boardwalk Empire and the fantasy Game of Thrones—and taking the cable net back to the top.
Graphic artist Geoff McFetridge favors softly contoured animalistic characters and line-drawn, Sgt. Pepper’s– reminiscent figures—a style that's well suited to clients of every ilk.
Conan O'Brien’s “Run Across America” Tonight Show debut on June 1 was an entrance that simply had to be YouTube’d, Hulu’d and savored. (Google it now if you missed it—I’ll wait.) The man is on a mission.