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Ellen Page-Breaks out as a quirky pregnant teen in the buzz comedy Juno.

David Paich of Toto-Releases a new concert video and CD to map out the long, strange trip they've been on for over 30 years.

Erik Palladino-The ER doc gets serious... talking about AIDS, faith, love and death.

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Panic! at the Disco-We discuss sins, tragedies, vices and virtues with the popular band.
Mike Papantonio attacks the notion that intelligent political talk radio has to come from the right.
Parachute-A rock and soul band isn't Losing Sleep over its bid for stardom.
Vanessa Paradis-Takes a layered, multi-cultural look at modern New York with Fading Gigolo.
Paramore-The lead singer of the hit band realizes "Ain't It Fun" to go on a dual Monumentour with Fall Out Boy.

Mary-Louise Parker comes out of the Weeds to play the mom in The Spiderwick Chronicles.

Hope Partlow-Just because she's young, pretty and has blonde hair doesn't mean she's like Britney or Hilary.
Butch Patrick-America's favorite Munster finds a new haunt and new love.
patric1.gif (128733 bytes) Vincent Patrick-The tough-guy author of The Pope Of Greenwich Village talks about his long-awaited book, Smoke Screen.
Carra Patterson discusses bringing August Wilson's Jitney to the Broadway stage.

James Patterson goes off the beaten path to investigate Murder of a Small Town.

Sarah Paulson (2013 interview) and the cast of 12 Years a Slave look back at a disgraceful time in American history.

Sarah Paulson (2015 interview) and the cast and crew of Carol take a look back at lesbianism in the world of sixty years ago.

Sara Paxton (2009 interview)-The young actress takes a sharp left turn in her career with The Last House on the Left.
Sara Paxton (2012 interview)-Continues her trek into horror while confronting her ghosts in The Innkeepers.

Sara Paxton (2013 interview)-Tells us about her adventures in independent filmmaking with Static, The Bounceback and Cheap Thrills.

Alexander Payne-a discussion with the man behind the camera on Sideways.

Pearl Jam-Looking back 25 years to the band's classic debut album Ten.

Mizuo Peck-The actress who plays Sacajewea in the popular Night at the Museum film series spends some time at a wax museum.

Raoul Peck-The documentary director takes an Oscar-nominated look at author James Baldwin with I Am Not Your Negro.

Simon Pegg (2011 interview)-Returns to his genre parody roots with the alien comedy Paul.
Simon Pegg (2013 interview)-We hoist a few pints with the comic actor at The World's End.
Kal Penn shows you have to be pretty smart to make silly comedies.
Sean Penn and the cast and crew of Milk make a labor of love to remind us of an important but mostly forgotten slain politician and activist.
Pentatonix-These young singers revive the art and popularity of a capella singing.
Piper Perabo-The actress gets to exercise her inner adrenaline junkie in the series Covert Affairs.
Pauley Perrette-chatting with the lab tech in the hit series NCIS.
Matthew Perry-Our old friend returns to sitcom stardom with Go On.
Philippe Petit-The daredevil who did a high-wire act across the World Trade Center towers finally sees his story on film in the acclaimed documentary Man on Wire.

Alex Pettyfer and the cast of Elvis & Nixon dramatize a famous meeting of the minds.

Liz Phair-Alt rock figurehead or pop-rock heroine?  Why can't she be both?
Phase Five-The upcoming boy band has us going "Upside Down."
Grant-Lee Phillips-The respected former leader of Grant Lee Buffalo takes a look back at alt rock's past with nineteeneighties.
Joaquin Phoenix-Takes a human look at artificial intelligence with Her.
James Pickens, Jr.-The veteran actor discusses his career and his TV series, The Lyon's Den.
Wendell Pierce-The actor and philanthropist helps to raise up his hometown of New Orleans, with the documentary If God Is Willing and Da Creek Don't Rise, the TV series Treme and his own charitable acts.
Sasha Pieterse (2015 interview #1)-The teen actress clues us in on yet another new season of Pretty Little Liars.

Sasha Pieterse (2015 interview #2) and her Pretty Little Liars girlfriends come to New York to preview the next season.

Rosamund Pike (2011 interview)-The British actress stretches out in the new films Barney's Version and Made in Dagenham.

Rosamund Pike (2017 interview)-The Gone Girl actress looks at one of the great forgotten political love stories with A United Kingdom.

Alison Pill and the cast and crew of Milk make a labor of love to remind us of an important but mostly forgotten slain politician and activist.
Jada Pinkett Smith-Actress, businesswoman, rock star, mom...
Michael Pitt and Brady Corbet aren't playing around in Funny Games.
Marc Platt interview about 'Jesus Christ Superstar: Live in Concert.' Marc Platt-The theater impresario brings a musical classic back to life with Jesus Christ Superstar: Live in Concert.
PlayRadioPlay!-The one-man band breaks his way into the music business with a little help from MySpace.
Plug In Stereo-You know other people's versions of his songs, now hear his own music.
Eve Plumb-The artist formerly known as Jan Brady discusses her love for painting and her New York gallery debut "Bistro."
Amy Poehler (2008 Interview)  and Tina Fey-The SNL vets team up to become a Baby Mama.

Amy Poehler (2010 Interview) and the cast of Parks and Recreation talk to us from the red carpet.

Clémence Poésy and Colin Farrell deal with love and death In Bruges.
Rikki Rockett of Poison interview about the "Nothin' But a Good Time" Tour. Poison-How can we resist the "Nothin' But a Good Time" Tour?
Natalie Portman (2006 Interview)-The actress ponders terrorism and politics in the dark parable V for Vendetta.
Natalie Portman (2009 Interview)-An actress helps to shine a light on the inner workings of Hollywood on the web.

Sam Pottorff rides the YouTube express to stardom with O2L.

Keith Powell-Gives us a two-fer about the final season of 30 Rock.

Chris Pratt and the cast of Parks and Recreation talk to us from the red carpet.

Laura Prepon-The That 70s Show alum grows up in The Kitchen.
Lisa Marie Presley steps farther out of her father's shadow with a second hit CD.
Tristan Prettyman paddles ashore to make her debut CD twentythree.
Richard Price (2004 Interview)-A talk with the celebrated novelist about his career and his book Samaritan.
Richard Price (2008 Interview)-The bard of the New York streets returns with a double shot - the new novel Lush Life and the final season of The Wire.
Freddie Prinze, Jr. (2007 interview) learns about life by Brooklyn Rules.

Freddie Prinze, Jr. (2016 interview) helps a new generation of comics with the series First Impressions.

Jody Quigley-Up-and-coming actor tries to survive a haunting chiller with Apparition.

Aidan Quinn-The veteran actor looks at immigration in the drama Dark Matter.
Colin Quinn- Comedy Central's Tough Crowd host talks about comedy, political correctness and surviving in show biz.
Ed Quinn-Turning heads as a complicated genius in the cult hit series Eureka.
Daniel Radcliffe (2005 interview), Emma Watson and Rupert Grint-The kids from Harry Potter speak.

Daniel Radcliffe (2015 interview) and his co-conspirators bring a horror legend back to life with Victor Frankenstein.

Joshua Radin-The New York-based screenwriter/folk musican changes career paths from wanting to write movies to composing songs for them.
Josh Radnor (2006 Interview)-Have you met the star of the sitcom How I Met Your Mother?
Josh Radnor (2008 Interview) and his co-stars of How I Met Your Mother go back to the bar that inspired the show.
rafkin1.gif (81320 bytes) Alan Rafkin-King of Nick at Nite talks of helming almost every show ever -- from Capt. Kangaroo to Veronica's Closet.
Francia Raisa-The Latina actress is chasing the dream in the latest Cutting Edge sequel.
Michael Rapaport-One of the busiest supporting actors in Hollywood takes the lead of the sitcom The War at Home.
David Rasche has a little fun at the expense of some well-known politicians in the dark comedy In the Loop.
Jim Rash (2012 interview)-The gender bending dean on the cult comedy Community won an Oscar - who'd've thunk?
Jim Rash (2013 interview)-Community's crazy Dean takes his Oscar and goes to a water park in The Way, Way Back.
Jim Rash (2014 interview)-The Dean sets about to re-piloting Community and gets a bit closer to six seasons and a movie.
Lisa Ray-The most beautiful woman in Indian film returns in Water.






Eddie Redmayne and his cohorts bring the classic Broadway musical Les Misérables to the big screen.
Carmen Reece-The new British diva takes us "Right Here."
Autumn Reeser-An actress takes off with two current TV series roles on Entourage and No Ordinary Family.
reid.gif (89456 bytes) Elwood Reid-A look at a man taking the long, strange road from the gridiron to literature.
Paul Reiser-Takes on a brand new role - himself - in his sitcom return The Paul Reiser Show.
Jean Reno-The French actor looks back at his classic film Leon: The Professional, talks about three upcoming films and some of his passions.
Lisa Coleman of the Revolution interview about reunion tour and Prince. The Revolution-Lisa Coleman of Prince's legendary band talks about the band's reunion tour and losing a friend and mentor.
R5 (2015 interview)-Teen family group takes the leap from the Disney Channel to top of the charts with Sometime Last Night.
Rydel Lynch of R5 interview about 'New Addictions'

R5 (2017 interview)-Sister Rydel Lynch from the family group tells us about the EP "New Addictions."

Jonathan Rhys Meyers-The Irish actor anchors director Woody Allen's return to form with Match Point.
Christina Ricci-continues her quirky career path as a young woman with a very odd attribute in Penelope.
Natasha Richardson-the actress faces mortality with her famous mother in the film Evening.
Robbie Rist-The musician/actor clues us in on beating the child star jinx.
Krysten Ritter-The actress takes on starring roles in movies and TV with Life Happens and Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23.
AnnaSophia Robb (2008 interview) takes a hard look at real life in Sleepwalking.

AnnaSophia Robb (2013 interview) and the crew of The Way, Way Back come of age at a water park.

Tim Robbins and Derek Luke take on apartheid in Catch a Fire.
Zuleikha Robinson-The exotic young actress is building a real Following.
Chris Rock-The stand-up giant returns to the multiplexes in The Longest Yard and Madagascar.
Sam Rockwell (2008 interview)-The quirky actor takes a look at sexual addiction in Choke.

Sam Rockwell (2013 interview) and the crew of The Way, Way Back come of age at a water park.

James Roday psyches us out with his popular cable series.
Genesis Rodriguez-The actress hits the road on the latest Liam Neeson actioner Run All Night.
Krysta Rodriguez-The Broadway singer and actress takes us on a First Date.
Seth Rogen takes a wild ride on the Pineapple Express.
Mimi Rogers-The veteran actress takes on a new comic role on The Loop.
Yaniv Rokah-We share a coffee with the Israel-born actor and discuss his new web series.
Henry Rollins on the life of a driven renaissance man.
Ray Romano returns to television as one of the Men of a Certain Age.
George A. Romero-The director who has made a specialty of saving us from the living dead goes back to his indie film roots.
Ronstadt Generations-Members of a beloved singing family share their passion for roots music.
Mickey Rooney-The longest-working actor in show business spends a Night at the Museum.
Rose Marie-The beloved actress looks back at life on The Dick Van Dyke Show.
Alison Rosen-A journalist breaks out as podcast nation's cute girl next door.
Rosey-An urban blues-rock chick from Connecticut makes the jump from behind-the-scenes to center stage.
Emmy Rossum-After taking on Hollywood and succeeding, the young actress shows her artistic range with her debut album.

Tim Roth and posse put a new shade on the classic western with The Hateful Eight.

Mickey Rourke-The actor looks at the fickleness of fame in The Wrestler.
Mark Ruffalo (2004 Interview), Peter Krause, Laura Dern & John Curran on the film We Don't Live Here Anymore.

Mark Ruffalo (2010 Interview) shakes up an untraditional American family in The Kids Are All Right.

Rumer-A British songstress crosses the pond to share the Seasons of My Heart.

Todd Rundgren-The acclaimed singer, songwriter and producer reflects on forty years as a pop/rock maverick.
Rush-Lead singer Geddy Lee talks about his music career and his parents' unique love story.
Geoffrey Rush-Films the unfilmable novel with The Eye of the Storm.
Keri Russell-The star of the cult-favorite TV series Felicity plays the lead in the new independent film Waitress.

Kurt Russell and posse put a new shade on the classic western with The Hateful Eight.

Andrea Russett-A YouTube superstar helps to revolutionize movie-making with the Snapchat filmed horror Sickhouse.

Stefan Ruzowitsky and his star Karl Markovics take a look at a different side of the Holocaust in The Counterfeiters.
Raphael Saadiq-The soul singer/songwriter and producer starts his own label.
Zoë Saldana-The actress goes to the islands looking for a safe Haven.

Andy Samberg and his Lonely Island band mates take on the big screen with Popstar - Never Stop Never Stopping.

Hiroyuki Sanada-The legendary Japanese actor conquers the world with Helix and 47 Ronin.
Catalina Sandino Moreno-The Colombian actress scores in her first movie, Maria Full of Grace.
Peter Sarsgaard balances stage and screen and tries to solve The Mysteries of Pittsburgh.
Marjane Satrapi-The Iranian born French graphic novelist-turned-filmmaker returns with her second movie, Chicken With Plums.
Saving Abel-The band behind the hit singles "Addicted," "18 Days" and "Drowning" come out swinging.
Matt Sax-A theatrical triple-threat (actor, singer, songwriter) comes home to New York with his new musical Venice.

Akiva Schaffer and his Lonely Island band mates take on the big screen with Popstar - Never Stop Never Stopping.

Alexandra Schepisi-Films the unfilmable novel with The Eye of the Storm.
Fred Schepisi-Films the unfilmable novel with The Eye of the Storm.
Julian Schnabel-The artist-turned-director gets an Oscar nom for The Diving Bell and the Butterfly.
Paul Schrader-The screenwriter looks back at the iconic film Taxi Driver thirty-five years later.
Liev Schreiber (2005 interview)-The actor tries writing and directing with Everything Is Illuminated.
Liev Schreiber (2011 interview) takes a look at family life in Every Day.
Rebecca Schull-A sitcom favorite ponders life on the stage.
Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Vera Farmiga and William Monahan on The Departed.
Martin Scorcese (2012 interview)-The director looks back at the iconic film Taxi Driver thirty-five years later.

Adam Scott (2010 interview) and the cast of Parks and Recreation talk to us from the red carpet.

Adam Scott (2012 interview)-The actor lets us in on some secrets about Friends with Kids.

Ridley Scott-The legendary director blasts back into space with the crowd-favorite The Martian.

Tony Scott-One of Hollywood's busiest directors takes on a classic in the new version of The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3.
Secondhand Serenade-We fall for the singer/songwriter behind the smash hit single "Fall For You."
Kyra Sedgwick closes down another season of her popular series The Closer.
Jason Segel-The Freaks and Geeks veteran is flying high with the hit sitcom How I Met Your Mother.
Chloë Sevigny the cult fave actress continues her quirky career path with the film The Wait and the series Those Who Kill.
Amanda Seyfried and her cohorts bring the classic Broadway musical Les Misérables to the big screen.
Sarah Shahi mediates a beneficial settlement in the series Fairly Legal.
Shakira-Latin music sensation talks about her jump to international super-stardom.
Tony Shalhoub-The actor says farewell to his most famous character, the defective detective Monk.
Michael Shannon (2009 interview)-The actor follows up his Oscar-nominated supporting role in Revolutionary Road with the noir drama The Missing Person.

Michael Shannon (2016 interview) and the cast of Elvis & Nixon dramatize a famous meeting of the minds.

William Shatner-A television legend gets out to see the world in Better Late Than Never.

Tommy Shaw-The STYX guitarist gets together with old friend Jack Blades to celebrate their Influences.
Alia Shawkat and the cast of The Oranges give us a ride to suburbia.

Michael Sheen-The famed British chameleon is taking on another real-life subject in The Damned United as well as becoming undead for the highly anticipated Twilight: New Moon.
Ed Sheeran chats with us backstage at Jingle Ball 2012.

Duncan Sheik-The 90s hitmaker reinvents himself as composer of the hit Broadway play Spring Awakening and the follow-up Whisper House.
Shirin-A British dance singer wants to join the likes of Gaga and Rhianna with 'Taking You Away.'

Shontelle-The island girl shows us her Shontelligence with the hit single "T-Shirt."
Mark Shriver-Looks back at his father Sargent Shriver with A Good Man.
Elisabeth Shue has a good time poking fun at her image in Hamlet 2.
M. Night Shyamalan-The suspense director discovers The Happening.
Gabourey Sidibe-Enters acting with the acclaimed drama Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire.
Sarah Silverman (2006 Interview)-The outrageous comedienne provokes with her film Jesus is Magic.
Sarah Silverman (2010 Interview) returns with a third season of her surreal sitcom The Sarah Silverman Program.

Gene Simmons-The leader of KISS lets us in on all of the band's upcoming events.

Henry Simmons-The star of NYPD Blue and Shark helps bring Los Angeles a new theatrical playground.
Erin Simms

Erin Simms works with Hollywood royalty as the co-writer/producer of the hit film Book Club.

Cody Simpson-The Aussie singer/songwriter strips (musically) down for his first acoustic tour.
Bryan Singer-A director takes a different look at World War II in Valkyrie.
Gary Sinise-The celebrated actor turns executive producer to help deliver a special documentary called Brothers at War.
sixpence.jpg (21732 bytes) Sixpence None the Richer 1999 Interview-Leigh Nash discusses her band and the catchiest single of 1999.
Sixpence None the Richer 2002 Interview-Singer Leigh Nash sits back down with us to discuss the album Divine Discontent.

Jean Smart and the cast of Fargo give us a look in at the second season, oh ya.

Smash Mouth-The 90s alt rock All Stars return to the studio with their first album in six years, Magic.
Dallas Smith-The hit post-grunge former lead singer of Default goes country with "Tippin Point".
The Smithereens celebrate 30 years of rocking the house.
Cobie Smulders (2008 interview) and her co-stars of How I Met Your Mother go back to the bar that inspired the show.
Cobie Smulders (2015 interview)-After almost a decade in How I Met Your Mother, the actress moves on to indies like Unexpected and blockbusters like Avengers.
Phoebe Snow-The classic chanteuse behind "Poetry Man" overcomes tragedy to return to the stage.
Jill Sobule on her experience as an artist in the crazy world of the music business.

James Solomon-A filmmaker spends a decade making The Witness, an documentary exploration of the infamous Kitty Genovese murder.

Kevin Spacey (2010 interview) takes a wry look at modern politics with Casino Jack.

Kevin Spacey (2016 interview) and the cast of Elvis & Nixon dramatize a famous meeting of the minds.

James Spader gives us some insight into The Blacklist.
Rick Springfield-The 80s hitmaker looks back at superstardom and his lifelong battle with depression in his memoir Late, Late at Night.
Morgan Spurlock-The Super Size Me documentary filmmaker starts the second season of his CNN series Inside Man.
Marina Squerciati-The young actress earns her stripes walking the beat for Chicago PD.

Sylvester Stallone and the cast and crew of Creed return to the Art Museum steps to take a jab at rebooting a classic franchise.

John Stamos brings new blood to the long-running series ER.

Clive Standen exercises his particular set of skills in the television version of Taken.

Sullivan Stapleton lets us in on some of the secrets of the new hit series Blindspot.
Ryan Star-His name isn't the only thing predicting success for this rocker and his album 11:59.
Jason Statham-The tough Brit doesn't play it Safe with us.
Jake Steinfeld-The fitness guru wants to put you in business with his latest book.
Nicole Steinwedell fesses up on how a side job as a school tutor opened the door for a role on the TV series The Unit.
Shadoe Stevens-Behind the scenes with one of the greatest voices in show biz.
Patrick Stewart-The king of the franchises returns for X-Men: The Last Stand.
Peter Stickles-takes a bite out of acting in The Lair.
Julia Stiles-Takes a dark look at marriage and friendship in Between Us.

Ben Stiller submerses himself in producing the film version of Submarine.

Whit Stillman returns to active duty and cleans up college in the quirky comedy Damsels in Distress.
Fred Stoller-The professional nebbishy guy next door looks back at his acting career with Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Professional TV Guest Star.
Curtis Stone-Talk about dream jobs, he gets paid to pick women up in grocery stores and take them home in The Take Home Chef.
Joss Stone-The young British soul thrush checks in to chat about  her debut album.
Sharon Stone returns to the role that made her infamous in Basic Instinct 2.

Gina Strachan-The Emmy-winning television producer and granddaughter of legendary Olympian Jesse Owens discusses the Owens bio-drama Race.

Steven Strait goes way back in time as the hero in the action/adventure 10,000 BC.
David Strathairn (2005 Interview) and his co-stars George Clooney, Patricia Clarkson and Grant Heslov wish us Good Night, and Good Luck.
David Strathairn (2008 Interview) pays tribute to blacklisted writer Dalton Trumbo in a new documentary.
Meryl Streep (2007 Interview) brings humanity to the boss from Hell in The Devil Wears Prada.
Meryl Streep (2010 Interview) our greatest actress channels a legendary chef and TV star in Julie and Julia.
Tami Stronach interview about 'The Neverending Story' and Paper Canoe Company Tami Stronach-The Childlike Empress from the cult favorite film The Neverending Story returns to family entertainment with Paper Canoe Company.
Wes Studi-The acclaimed Native American actor takes on two very different projects, the small labor of love The Only Good Indian and the blockbuster hit Avatar.

Jim Sturgess (2008 Interview)-A British actor beats the house as a MIT-trained gambling prodigy in 21.

Jim Sturgess (2011 Interview) falls in love over the decades in One Day.

Sugar Ray-A popular 90s hitmaker returns after six years off the recording scene with the CD Music for Cougars.
Superman-An author looks at the secret identity of The Man of Steel.
Donald Sutherland, Rachel Hurd-Wood, James D'Arcy and Courtney Solomon survive An American Haunting.
Hilary Swank-The Oscar-winning actress picks up more buzz with Million Dollar Baby.
D.B. Sweeney-The actor steps behind the camera with Two Tickets to Paradise.
Matthew Sweet-Celebrates 20 years with his Girlfriend.
Switchfoot-This up-and-coming band talks about their major label debut.
Sybil Exposed-Think you know the story of the 1973 mega-best seller Sybil?  Think again!

Jorma Taccone and his Lonely Island band mates take on the big screen with Popstar - Never Stop Never Stopping.

Quentin Tarantino and posse put a new shade on the classic western with The Hateful Eight.

Audrey Tautou-We have a rendezvous with the star of Amelie and A Very Long Engagement.

Miles Teller and his co-horts in Fantastic Four take on a legendary comic book franchise.

Juno Temple tells us about being a Dirty Girl.
Theory of a Dead Man-A Canadian  rock band hits it big in the States with the singles "Bad Girlfriend" and "Not Meant to Be."
Charlize Theron takes a hard look at real life in Sleepwalking.
Marlo Thomas-The TV legend, writer and tireless philanthropist takes on a new passion as fashion designer.
Rob Thomas-The voice of Matchbox Twenty goes it alone with Something to Be.

Lea Thompson and cast get back in time and remember Back to the Future.

Tessa Thompson and the cast and crew of Creed return to the Art Museum steps to take a jab at rebooting a classic franchise.

Billy Bob Thornton gives his own take on a classic with the remake of The Bad News Bears.
Three Dog Night-The biggest hit machine of the Nixon era celebrates a return to the charts.

Uma Thurman and the cast of Burnt tickle our taste buds with cooking tips and tales of making the film.

Tanita Tikaram-The respected British singer/songwriter returns to American shores for the first time in over 15 years with Can't Go Back.
Justin Timberlake, Emile Hirsch, Ben Foster, Anton Yelchin and Shawn Hatosy decide who is the Alpha Dog.
Marisa Tomei steals her scenes in the high-powered drama Before the Devil Knows You're Dead.
Daniel Tosh-A look into the quirky mind of a stand-up comedian.
Toto (2013 interview)-A supergroup of some of the biggest session men in 70s and 80s rock celebrates 35 years as a band.

Toto (2014 interview)-Releases a new concert video and CD to map out the long, strange trip they've been on for over 30 years.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra-The mastermind behind the melding of classic rock, classical and Christmas music discusses his band and their new album Letters From the Labyrinth.

Angeline-Rose Troy-This actress isn't going to wait for roles to come to her, she is going to help create them herself.

Fernando Trueba illustrates the history of jazz with the Oscar-nominated Chico & Rita.
The Tubes-A legendary theatrical pop/punk band hits the road again.
Stanley Tucci (2010 interview) reunites with Meryl Streep as the man behind a legendary chef and TV star in Julie and Julia.

Stanley Tucci (2013 interview) and his cohorts look at the effects of 60s radicalism in the new millennium in The Company You Keep.

KT Tunstall-The Scottish singer keeps her Eye to the Telescope as she reaches for the stars.

Alex Turner- The Arctic Monkey submerses himself in the past in the film version of Submarine.

Scott Turow-The master of the legal thriller revisits his most famous characters in Innocent.
The Turtles-Almost 50 years into their career, a classic pop band is still "Happy Together."
John Turturro-Takes a layered, multi-cultural look at modern New York with Fading Gigolo.
Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman live out a rural nightmare in The Strangers.

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