The phrase "good cop/bad cop" has become a cliche for partnering up for an interrogation with radically different approaches. But the process of real-life police work usually evades such simple labels.
Theatre Pro Rata has been looking to undertake a stage version of "1984" for a while now. After having considered a couple of different adaptations, the company has coaxed George Orwell's dystopian novel to its feet with a six-actor version that is more admirable in its ambition than completely successful in its execution.
Tig Notaro is in the midst of a major tour. And that's a big deal because just a couple of years ago, the stand-up comic wasn't sure she was ever going to be able to perform again.
NEW YORK (AP) — The quarantine against possible Ebola exposure ends this week for Dr. Nancy Snyderman, but the troubles clearly aren't over for NBC News' chief medical editor.
Oscar de la Renta died yesterday at the age of 82 after battling cancer for almost a decade. The word icon is thrown around too much these days, but de la Renta was truly a fashion icon and legend.
Shia LaBeouf knew early on he didn't "want to be Tom Cruise." When the likes of Ben Affleck and Steven Spielberg told him to calm down and act more like Cruise or Tom Hanks, he responded that "though I respect both Hanks and Cruise, it just didn't appeal to my sensibilities. They're both great actors. But I just didn't feel like we were cut from the same fabric."
"I know we said last year was our last..." she said. So, who changed her mind?
The actress discussed her personal experience with sexism in the film industry.