Hugh Hart covers movies, television, design, art and miscellaneous slices of pop culture for publications including Wired Magazine, Los Angeles Times and New York Times. When he's not interviewing people like Quentin Tarantino or Lindsay Lohan, Hugh likes to glug black coffee and walk Afghan hound Huck, the Wonder Dog, in his Studio City neighborhood." />
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May 2011

Articles From Hugh Hart in May
Saturday May 28, 2011 10:00 AM ET
Amid the barbecues, traffic jams and airport pat-downs, it's easy to forget that Memorial Day is actually about remembering American soldiers who died in combat.
Friday May 27, 2011 20:00 AM ET
NBC's upcoming version of Prime Suspect raises hope that complex, credible women detectives will continue to flourish on primetime. However, the inauspicious trailer featuring close-ups of Maria Bello running wind sprints is grounds for concern.
Thursday May 26, 2011 45:00 PM ET
When I chatted with Helena Bonham Carter last year about her swell-headed portrayal of the Red Queen in Tim Burton's surreal Alice in Wonderland, the petite Brit actress with the tossed-salad hairdo insisted that the film's director, father of her two children, was not nearly as weird as his movies would have you believe.
Tuesday May 24, 2011 10:00 PM ET
The Biggest Loser feeds a ravenous appetite for so-called "aspirational" stories that inspire home viewers with the thought bubble: "If only I could pry myself off this couch and hire a slave driver with rock-hard abs who would push me to exercise and eat sensibly, I too could slim down."
Thursday May 19, 2011 15:00 PM ET
Holding court at a picnic table outside the studio screening room, Bay, dressed in baseball cap and tee shirt, offered a straight-shooting recap of his career up to and including Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
Monday May 16, 2011 05:00 PM ET
Last week started with bad marital news for Arnold Schwarzenegger and ended with $19 million worth of good news for Ashton Kutcher, who will reportedly get nearly a million bucks an episode next season to replace Charlie Sheen in Two...
Friday May 13, 2011 30:00 PM ET
When Dan Clowes wrote his withering black comedy Art School Confidential five years ago, the comic book auteur underscored his annoyance that success in academic circles relied largely on an artist's ability to spout high concept bullshit that would "explicate"...
Wednesday May 11, 2011 35:00 PM ET
In his new memoir, Stories I Only Tell My Friends: An Autobiography (Henry Holt and Company), Rob Lowe spends less than half a sentence on his infamous sex tape scandal, but it turns out he's got weird showbiz tales to...

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