Portrayed by Gary Cole in Mike Judge's 1999 cult hit 'Office Space,' Initech's bland and non-confrontational Vice President Bill Lumbergh (l.) perfectly captured the soullessness of the modern office.
In an interview with 'Parks and Recreation' star Nick Offerman, one can’t help but be struck by the eloquence and sincerity of his words. So get ready, because if, based on Ron, you think you know Offerman, you’re in for a surprise.
James Franco and Anne Hathaway are the youngest to have hosted the Oscars. The choice has people guessing: Why were Franco and Hathaway chosen to host the 83rd annual Academy Awards? And why two hosts?
James Franco and Anne Hathaway are hosting the 83rd Academy Awards, which airs on Feb. 27.
Kennedy Center honors five in 2010, including Oprah Winfrey, Paul McCartney, Bill T. Jones, Merle Haggard, and Jerry Herman.
Tina Fey is the youngest (and the third woman) to win of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
Snoopy and Woodstock – plus plenty of 1970s cultural trivia – make "The Complete Peanuts 1977-1978" a delight.
The Red Sox may be struggling to make the playoffs this season, but Boston is a perennial box-office favorite. The latest Boston-based film to hit silver screens is "The Town," starring and directed by local boy Ben Affleck. The top 10 Boston-based films, ranked by US box-office receipts, includes the Sox-centered "Fever Pitch," according to Turner Classic Movies and IMDB.com. Also on the list is the 1968 version of "The Thomas Crown Affair" starring Steve McQueen, which was shot on Boston's Beacon Hill. Do your favorite Boston films make the top 5?
Green Hornet mania is sweeping the blogosphere, as the first trailer for the masked superhero – played by Seth Rogen – is now available for public consumption. But will the movie be like every other action comedy, or will it break new ground?