Led Zeppelin to Make Its Songs Available Digitally By JEFF LEEDS Published: October 15, 2007 The band’s decision to sell its music online coincides with the end of a fierce bidding war over the rights to administer the band’s catalog of songs.
Gossip Guy Interview by DEBORAH SOLOMON Published: October 14, 2007 The television producer talks about new money versus old, how you know whether someone loves you just for your toys and the best antidote to success.
Big Screen Embraces Hot Muse: Rock Stars By DAVID CARR Published: October 10, 2007 There seem to be enough current and planned movie projects about musicians to fill a jukebox.
The New B Movie By ROLF POTTS Published: October 7, 2007 Why your video store stocks ‘‘mockbusters’’ alongside the blockbusters.
A Cult Classic Restored, Again By FRED KAPLAN Published: September 30, 2007 At last, “Blade Runner” the way Ridley Scott envisioned it. And this time, he really means it.
Brothers, and Their Baggage, in India Published: September 28, 2007 The Darjeeling Limited
Viacom Chief’s Remark on Spielberg Stirs a Furor By MICHAEL CIEPLY Published: September 21, 2007 Despite stellar success at the box office, the relationship between DreamWorks and its corporate parent, Viacom, appears once again to be on the rocks.
That Red on White Is Blood on Snow Published: September 19, 2007 The Last Winter
A French Actress’s Life on Screen. Kind Of. By KRISTIN HOHENADEL Published: August 5, 2007 For half her life the 37-year-old French actress Julie Delpy has been trying to direct. She achieved her goal and then some with “2 Days in Paris.”
We’re All Geeks Here By MANOHLA DARGIS Published: August 1, 2007 Troops of fans and Hollywood sharks descended on Comic-Con last weekend. Happily adrift and at times gaga from sensory overload, I did too.