Bruce Willis can do no wrong.
Pryor tells it like it is:
This Year’s Super Bowl Ads to Be Gentle and Sweet By STUART ELLIOTT Published: January 31, 2008 No matter how rough the action gets when the New England Patriots meet the New York Giants, the advertisers will be playing nice.
For Strikers, the Agony of Spare Time By MELENA RYZIK Published: January 27, 2008 For union film and television writers, life without employment is starting to exact its toll.
Running and Fighting, All to Save Her Son By GINIA BELLAFANTE Published: January 12, 2008 “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles,” a new Fox series that begins on Sunday, is one of the more humanizing adventures in science fiction to arrive in quite a while.
Leno Faces Writers Guild Action Over Monologues By BILL CARTER Published: January 5, 2008 A spokeswoman said Friday that the Writers Guild of America would definitely take some action against Jay Leno, who is a member.
Letterman’s Back, With a Greeting From Clinton By JACQUES STEINBERG and BILL CARTER Published: January 3, 2008 The show’s producers inserted a one-line joke to precede David Letterman’s entrance — delivered not by the host but by Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, via satellite from Iowa.
Letterman Makes Deal With Writers By BILL CARTER Published: December 28, 2007 The deal will allow David Letterman to resume his show next Wednesday with his team of writers on board.
Tony Wasn’t Whacked, but What About HBO? By BILL CARTER Published: December 23, 2007 “The Sopranos” ending perfectly symbolized the black hole that the show’s departure left in the television landscape. What show is going to fill the gap it leaves behind?