There's at least one on every gift list: a movie fan who sees everything on opening day, can name the 1939 Best Picture Oscar winner, and has watched all the Harry Potter special DVD features – and still wants more. For the cinephile in your life, here are four holiday gift books sure to please.
Michelle Williams captures Marilyn Monroe's fragility and guile, but not her aura – a tall order – in 'My Week With Marilyn.'
You've heard of the butterfly effect: If one small event is different, all of history is changed forever. And it's a game people have loved to play for decades. What if the South had won the Civil War? What if Hitler had won World War II? What if Europe hadn't lasted beyond the Black Plague? Stephen King's new novel "11/22/63" imagines what would have happened if President Kennedy had lived beyond 1963, but he's not the first to rearrange history. Here's six novels that explore a slightly alternate version of very familiar events.
Before fleeing North Korea, Song Byeok was a propaganda artist, creating portraits of 'Dear Leader' Kim Jong-il. Now he uses his art to criticize the regime from South Korea.
Celebrities have a long tradition of entertaining troops. Actress and comedian Kathy Griffin (r.) and singer Katy Perry perform during the VH1 Divas Salute The Troops presented by the USO show at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego on Dec. 3, 2010.
This gripping tale of the American legend blends myth and fact to create a nuanced portrait of The Mick.
Prince Charles kisses Princess Diana's hand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on their wedding day, July 29, 1981.
Elizabeth Taylor, the actress whose sultry screen persona, stormy personal life and enduring fame and glamour made her one of the last of the old-fashioned movie stars and a template for the modern celebrity, died Wednesday.
The Tolkien estate hopes to block the publication of “Mirkwood," a novel somewhat critical of J.R.R. Tolkien.
On the eve of the Noir City film festival launch, mystery writers list their favorite noir books.