Then Liam Neeson asked me what I remembered about the interview. I echoed him: "You told me about your accident. You told me about your wife's accident. That was hard for you. You were upset. You got very quiet. So I traded stories. I told you something bad that happened to me. I have the picture of your house right here. I remember that your hand was shaking."
PUBLISHED: Feb. 15, 2011
LENGTH: 20 minutes (5192 words)
Everybody's got something to say about the most powerful woman in the world. Right, Left, smart, stupid — they all paint her their own way, to their own advantage. But she just wants to win.
PUBLISHED: Feb. 1, 2010
LENGTH: 28 minutes (7244 words)
His marriage to Madonna behind him, and the potential blockbuster Sherlock Holmes here, the director has a lot on his mind. But he can explain it all with three simple truths.
PUBLISHED: Nov. 1, 2009
LENGTH: 25 minutes (6409 words)
That's the burden carried by an Aussie's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's beloved novel. Almost no one has seen it. Well, we did.
PUBLISHED: June 28, 2009
LENGTH: 23 minutes (5900 words)