No Good Deed

Change is good for business

Change is coming. It’s that moment right at the beginning when the ground starts to swell and there is the inevitable push to stamp it down – people starting to stand up against their own fear of the consequences of […]

ATW March 4, 2015

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Writer Ol Parker on Good Sequels, and Judi Dench and Maggie Smith’s 60-Year Friendship [Vulture]

Why the Movies Love Telekinetic Women, and Why We Fear Them [Vanity Fair]

Robert Christgau, Rock & Roll Radical [Rolling Stone]

22 Things You Should Know About “Switched At Birth” Star Vanessa Marano [BuzzFeed]

What Writing Has in Common With Happiness [The Atlantic]

Steve Harvey: From Family Feud to The Formula for Success [Huffington Post]

Late Pass: Nobody Told Me Jake Gyllenhaal Was My Favorite Actor [Grantland]

The Americans’ Costume Designer Jenny Gering [The Credits]



“You can do anything you set your mind to.”
– Eminem


Ida Lupino: Why Hollywood is still ‘On Dangerous Ground’

“I used to be the poor man’s Bette Davis. Now, I’m the poor man’s Don Siegal.” In reality, she was a true original: writer, actor, director, producer, at a time when no one in Hollywood had the balls to hire […]

Sigourney Weaver

Sigourney Weaver

“I’m a natural golden retriever at heart. I’m fine with that now, but there was a time when I tried to keep myself from jumping up on people. I had to make myself sit.”
– Sigourney Weaver


Leonard Nimoy: More than Spock

Just about 30 years ago, I had just finished a film for Disney — my first feature film as a First Assistant Director called Stakeout. As with most films, it was an exhilarating but exhausting project. I was looking forward to […]

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