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Ashton Kutcher: The Life and Loves of the King of Punk'd

by Marc Shapiro

You first dug him on That '70s Show. You daydreamed you'd somehow be part of one of his outrageous hoaxes on Punk'd. And The Butterfly Effect gave you butterflies in your stomach. Now here's the inside scoop...


Adam Brody: So Adorkable!

by Nancy Krulik

As a kid growing up in San Diego, California, Adam spent most of his time surfing, skateboarding, and watching TV. But when he convinced his best friend to move to Los Angeles with him to try acting, his life...


Justin: The Unauthorized Biography

by Sean Smith

"My name is Justin. I guess I should go ahead and tell you I sing."

-- Justin Timberlake at age eleven

The meteoric rise of Justin Timberlake from one-fifth of boy band *NSYNC to one of the world's top male...


The Girl Who Walked Home Alone: Bette Davis, A Personal Biography

by Charlotte Chandler

Even a short list of Bette Davis's most famous films -- Of Human Bondage; Jezebel; Dark Victory; The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex; Now, Voyager; All About Eve; What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? -- reveals...


Gonna Do Great Things: The Life of Sammy Davis, Jr.

by Gary Fishgall

A major reappraisal of the life of legendary entertainer Sammy Davis, Jr., Gonna Do Great Things is at once an intimate portrait and an exuberant celebration of a wholly American icon. Through his multifaceted...


Grinning at the Edge: A Biography of Alan Ayckbourn

by Paul Allen

One of Britain's most popular playwrights, Alan Ayckbourn is also the most private. This book is a portrait of the man who - from "Relatively Speaking" in 1965 to his double play "House" and "Garden" at the...


Young, Rich, and Dangerous: The Making of a Music Mogul

by Jermaine Dupri & Samantha Marshall

Jermaine Dupri has reached modern-day mythical status in the music industry. He is the power behindthe music of top artists including Mariah Carey,Usher, Lil Jon, and Janet Jackson.

At the age of sixteen, Jermaine...


Shania Twain

by Robin Eggar

The Incredible Rags-to-Riches Story of One of the Bestselling Female Artists of All Time

Shania Twain has risen from humble beginnings in a dirt-poor mining town in Northern Canada to amazing heights of superstardom....


Star: The Life and Wild Times of Warren Beatty

by Peter Biskind

In this compulsively readable and constantly surprising book, Peter Biskind, the author of the film classics Easy Riders, Raging Bulls and Down and Dirty Pictures, writes the most intimate, revealing, and balanced...


Godfather: The Intimate Francis Ford Coppola

by Gene D. Phillips

WITH A FOREWORD BY WALTER MURCH Gene Phillips blends biography, studio history, and film criticism to complete the most comprehensive work on Coppola ever written. The force behind such popular and critically...


The Brief, Madcap Life of Kay Kendall

by Eve Golden

" Comedic film actress Kay Kendall, born to a theatrical family in Northern England, came of age in London during the Blitz. After starring in Britain's biggest cinematic disaster, she found stardom in 1953...


Anna Held and the Birth of Ziegfeld's Broadway

by Eve Golden

" Anna Held (1870?-1918), a petite woman with an hourglass figure, was America's most popular musical comedy star during the two decades preceding World War I. In the colorful world of New York theater during...


What Ever Happened to Orson Welles?: A Portrait of an Independent Career

by Joseph McBride

At twenty-five, Orson Welles (1915-1985) directed, co-wrote, and starred in Citizen Kane, widely considered the best film ever made. But Welles was such a revolutionary filmmaker that he found himself at odds...


Victor Fleming: An American Movie Master

by Michael Sragow

Best remembered for the iconic classics Gone with the Wind (1939) and The Wizard of Oz (1939) to the silver screen, Victor Fleming also counted successful films such as Red Dust (1932), Captains Courageous (1937),...


Hawks on Hawks

by Joseph McBride

"I read Hawks on Hawks with passion. I am very happy that this book exists." -- François Truffaut

Howard Hawks (1896--1977) is often credited as being the most versatile of all of the great American directors,...


Marie Dressler: The Unlikeliest Star

by Betty Lee

" She was homely, overweight, and over the hill, but there was a time when Marie Dressler outdrew such cinema sex symbols as Garbo, Dietrich, and Harlow. To movie audiences suffering the hardships of the Great...


Perfect from Now On: How Indie Rock Saved My Life

by John Sellers

TOP FIVE MUSICAL THINGS I HOPE HAPPEN NOW THAT THE ORIGINAL LINEUPS OF THE PIXIES AND DINOSAUR JR. HAVE REUNITED

1. Ian Curtis is resurrected.

2. The Smiths reunite for a private party at my favorite bar....


Time Steps: My Musical Comedy Life

by Donna McKechnie & Greg Lawrence

A poignant and revealing memoir from a legendary entertainer.

Donna McKechnie began her love affair with dance as a child in Detroit. At fifteen, she ran away from home to join a touring dance troupe, and in...


No Wonder My Parents Drank: Tales from a Stand-Up Dad

by Jay Mohr

YOU’LL NEVER SLEEP IN THIS TOWN AGAIN

From Saturday Night Live to stand-up, from a blockbuster film career to the star of CBS’s hit television show Gary Unmarried, Jay Mohr is one of the funniest people in...


Fireball: Carole Lombard and the Mystery of Flight 3

by Robert Matzen

This fresh look at Hollywood's "Queen of Screwball," Carole Lombard, presents a first-ever examination of the events that led to the shocking flight mishap that took her life on the side of a Nevada mountain...