If the best-selling biography hasn't satiated your need for Steve Jobs info, good news: previously missing footage from a 1996 interview is heading to the big screen.
The Los Angeles Times reports that film from the PBS miniseries “Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires” is to become a documentary titled “Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview.”
The doc, depicting a conversation with the late Apple co-founder, will be shown in Landmark Theatres on November 16 and 17.
There's always two sides to every story, and the problem with bullying is no exception.
A topic often discussed from the victim's perspective, rapper/author/actor 50 Cent is trying to provide insight into the mind of the aggressor with his young adult novel, "Playground," published earlier this month.
The protagonist is 13-year-old Butterball, a teen who has separated parents, a love of filmmaking and a lot of trouble on his hands after he lashes out violently at a classmate at school.
Today I’m shaking my head for two reasons. One, still no N.B.A. And two, my favorite show about American up-and-comers living in New York City is getting out of hand in the best way possible.
Last night’s "I’m Sorry, Who’s Yosi?" let us know that all jokes aside, things are about to get serious for everyone.
Like back-to-back episodes of "True Blood," we pick up where we left off: in the middle of a sex scene. Now that Ben and Nancy are knocking the boots, you get the feeling it’s only a matter of time before things go from affair-hot to fallout-cold.
Teen star Selena Gomez is standing by Justin Bieber during his paternity drama, and quite literally.
The 19-year-old singer/actress, who has been romanced with a Staples Center date by the 17-year-old, was seen with Biebs while in Belfast over the weekend. Gomez was scheduled to host the MTV Europe Music Awards, and Bieber was scheduled to perform.
On Friday, it was rumored that Gomez had parted ways with the (It's Not My) "Baby" singer. (Sorry, we couldn't help it. Blame Jimmy Fallon.)
While Robert Pattinson is suggesting that he and his co-star Kristen Stewart may be kinda/sorta married after shooting a scene in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn," Stewart herself is more tight-lipped.
"I'm pretty sure...there was a real priest doing it and he had, kind of, I don't know, he had kind of a short term memory lapse or something and kept forgetting the characters' names," Pattinson, 25, told CNN on Friday. "[He] kind of mixed them up with our real names and I kind of said as a joke, [we're] probably married. I don't really know what the technicalities are of how to actually get married, but I just assumed it may be true in some world."
True or not, Stewart, 21, isn't spilling about a wedding - she won't even talk about her rumored relationship with Pattinson.
Kim Kardashian was photographed over the weekend popping up at the Minnesota home of her estranged husband Kris Humphries, E! News reports.
The 31-year-old reality star, who filed for divorce from Humphries last Monday and subsequently said she wanted to take a step back from the spotlight, was reportedly seen outside of Humphries' house chatting on her cell.
This was a day following her decision to pull out of her final appearance in Australia, where she was promoting a new handbag line she's launched with her sisters, in order to return to L.A. to be with friends and family.
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