Idris Elba's new show 'Luther' premiered last night, and he sounds familiar (more British and less cursing though).
Winning the $500,000 MacArthur Foundation "genius grants."
"Oh yeah. A lot of drinking, cursing, and killing."
Why wasn't David Mills in last night's "In Memoriam" tribute?
With new movies from Stringer Bell and Jimmy McNulty out this weekend, we take a look at the rest of the cast's post-'Wire' activities.
Familiarity with that epic of mis-government required by Iceland's new mayor.
If you come at these toys, etc., etc.
"Jamie Hector and celebrity friends challenge you to a friendly game of paintball."
A.k.a Idris Elba, a.k.a. King Driis.
The longtime David Simon collaborator recently died after an aneurysm while filming a scene at Cafe du Monde. What follows are excerpts from an interview conducted just two months before his death.
He died yesterday in New Orleans of a brain aneurysm.
"A show about people, artists for the most part, whose daily lives depend upon the free exercise of their wills to create — out of nothing, out of moments — something beautiful."
We hadn't realized a show by 'Wire' creator David Simon set in post-Katrina New Orleans could be this much fun.
No plot specifics, but lots of shots of things we like.
No matter how passionately you love a florid, overwritten, hilarious book, the movie can be EVEN BETTER.
Finally, those awful Sopranos dream sequences get a warning.
Looks like someone made the life of that Harvard professor who's going to be teaching a class on the show just a bit easier.
What, no 'SpongeBob'?
Plus: Idris Elba! Oliver Platt! And more 'Chuck'!
"If I win two Emmys, which I'm not going to, it will be just another thing I have in common with Kathy Griffin."
HBO has ordered the first nine episodes of 'Treme.'
Great interview, Bill Moyers, but let's keep the butt-kissing to a minimum next time, mmmkay?
Like Stringer Bell before him, Bunny Colvin's doing comedy now, too.
'You know, my daughter would tell you that I'm a goofball.'