''During the summer of 1998, the Montana-based magazine writer and novelist Walter Kirn agreed to transport a crippled dog to New York and into the care of a banker named Clark Rockefeller. Kirn found himself fascinated by Rockefeller, who claimed to be a member of the famous family of financiers and industrialists, and over time the pair became friends.''
''Would you rather be forgotten by history or remembered for your faults? That is the question raised by a memoir in which the author's drug-addicted brother plays a large part.''
Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman have become global stars thanks to the success of their detective show, ''Sherlock''; EW visits London to investigate the new season -- and to find out how much longer they intend to carry on playing Holmes and Watson
It was more art commune than hotel: Madonna stayed there, so did Arthur Miller, Dylan Thomas, Janis Joplin, and Patti Smith; we've collected the juiciest tidbits from Sherill Tippins' history ''Inside the Dream Palace''
What if you sent a writer overseas and told him to go to as many movie sets as humanly possible in a week? Would he chat up Cate Blanchett and see Brad Pitt fight in World War II? Would he get cast in a musical? Would he eat an ungodly amount of catering? Yes, to all of the above
Writer-director Richard Curtis' new movie, ''About Time,'' is a tender look at family, love, and what's really important in life -- and he says it may be his last; here, the master of the literate romantic comedy talks about his favorite scenes from five of his films
The co-creator of ''The Office'' and ''Extras,'' 38, puts his experiences as a ''socially hopeless'' single guy to comedic use for his new (semi)autobiographical HBO series, ''Hello Ladies''
Movie maniac Gunnar Hansen a.k.a. Leatherface from the original ''Texas Chainsaw Massacre'' talks pot, problematic fans, and his newly published memoir, ''Texas Chain Saw Confidential''