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Global Spectrum is really trying hard, which I appreciate," Chieffo said. "I know it's been hard to come in, with the name change [from Whale back to Wolf Pack] and all. I know there are people who want to see them fall on their face, but they're
It's one of the funniest new shows of the year, and it's based on the real childhood of creator Adam Goldberg. Wendi McLendon-Covey stars as mom Beverly Goldberg, and she chatted with OKMagazine.com to give scoop on tonight's episode...Wendi McLendon-
With more than 40 million users, video loop-sharing app Vine has a global reach, providing an evolving snapshot of the world and an outlet for aspiring film-makers. Dominic Rushe asks how it grew so big and what it means for the future of creativity.
Twenty years ago the young Texan writer-director Richard Linklater, his loyal crew, and a dozen future stars pulled off a truly rare feat: They made a film about the American 70s experience, complete with shag wigs and arena rock (but not the
Saved The Associated Press The Associated Press 3 hours ago A 59-year-old man riding in a Tucson bicycle race is dead after a collision with a vehicle...Henderson of Tucson died Saturday at the scene of the crash _ on the eastbound frontage road of
The mother is overbearing, manipulative and not above using dirty tricks to get her way when it comes to her children. The father is loud, gruff and sees nothing wrong with stripping to his underwear the moment he walks in the door from work. The
From "I Love Lucy" at the dawn of TV, through "Roseanne" and "Seinfeld" and scores of long-forgotten shows, situation comedy has found inspiration in the lives of its creators. But few sitcoms have been more autobiographical than "The Goldbergs,"
Stories Jane's Carousel in Brooklyn Bridge Park will no longer be filled with seahorses thanks to a new system to keep floodwaters at bay in the event of another superstorm. On Wednesday, the historic merry-go-round was fitted with an AquaFence
58 pm Meet The Goldbergs': Adam Goldberg mines his family's mishegoss for new sitcom Posted by Naomi Pfefferman Follow JewishJournal.com on From left, standing: Jeff Garlin, Wendi McLendon-Covey and George Segal. From left, seated: Sean Giambrone,
While Delpy's last film had a feast on playing with Americans' stereotypical views of the French, that's more of a side dish this time, with the focus more generally on family imposition: Her dad refuses to shower and gripes about GMO food, Rose