Watch your back, Ted Casablanca!
David Carr's got a theory on why Christian Bale growled so much in 'The Dark Knight'.
In yesterday's 'Times' Academy Awards section, the paper's movie critics ostensibly make an Oscar case for some of their favorite films, but mostly they just try to score with Hathaway.
It's going to be one of those weeks. Er, another one of those weeks.
He's sorta like the Punxsutawney Phil of the Oscar season, only more prolific in his forecasting and with a slightly less furry exterior.
At a party for ‘How to Lose Friends and Alienate People,’ the comedian and the media writer share with us how to do exactly that.
It was David Carr who gave us the best, most colorful assessment of what it was like to be a reporter here.
We're not so sure — and we say this as someone who liked the book.
Plus, the latest on Giuliani Partners, S.I. Newhouse, and Citigroup in our daily industry roundup.
The 'Times' reporter and memoirist reveals his theory on why some junkies don't get to at least be thin.
The 'Times' reporter's memoir is the best anti-drug literature we have ever read.
In the 'Times,' David Carr calls out Fox News publicists for their ruthless tactics.
Three vaguely recognizable individuals have injured themselves on the set of NBC's new reality series 'Celebrity Circus.'
Plus, dish on Lindsay Lohan, Hillary Clinton and the 'Gossip' girls in our daily roundup.
Plus the latest on Lehman, lawyers, and the state of print media, in our daily industry roundup.
We got our hands on an advance copy of Carr's 'The Night of the Gun,' in which he describes his long life of drug abuse and recovery.
Plus, dish about Oprah, Rachael Ray, Kelly Clarkson, and some more icky news about David Cross.