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Directors Guild of America reaches "truly historic" deal with studios
The tentative three-year agreement addresses wages, streaming residuals, working hours and more.
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Mark Hamill on "The Machine," Luke Skywalker, and supporting Ukraine
The actor famous for playing a Jedi confronting his father in a galaxy far, far away talks about fame from "Star Wars"; playing a father himself in Bert Kreischer's new comedy; and lending his voice to defending Ukraine.
Mark Hamill on being Luke Skywalker
The actor famous for starring as a Jedi confronting his father in a galaxy far, far away, is now playing the father of Bert Kreischer, a comedian in trouble with the Russian mob, in the comedy "The Machine." Correspondent Tracy Smith sits down with Hamill to talk about being launched into the stratosphere with "Star Wars"; putting fame in perspective; and being a voice of hope to the people of Ukraine.
Jodie Comer on the impact of "Prima Facie": "I think we were all really taken aback by it"
The Emmy-winning star of "Killing Eve" is now an Oliver Award-winner and Tony-nominee for her performance in the one-woman play "Prima Facie," as a British barrister confronting injustice in the legal system with regards to victims of sexual assault.
6/4: The Book Report by Washington Post critic Ron Charles
The "Sunday Morning" book reviewer offers his picks from this month's new fiction and nonfiction titles, including Jonathan Eig's new biography of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., "King: A Life."
The Book Report: Washington Post critic Ron Charles (June 4)
Recommendations from our book reviewer of new fiction and non-fiction titles, including the latest by New York Times bestselling novelist Emma Cline, "The Guest."
Book excerpt: "The Guest" by Emma Cline
The author of "The Girls," the New York Times bestseller about the Manson Family murders, returns with a smoldering thriller about a young escort's search for a new sugar daddy.
Book excerpt: "King: A Life" by Jonathan Eig
This latest biography, drawing upon more than 200 interviews and previously-unseen FBI documents, creates a deeper study of the civil rights leader's upbringing and mission.
Book excerpt: "The Three of Us" by Ore Agbaje-Williams
This wickedly comic debut novel presents a day in the lives of a husband and wife, and the wife's best friend, whose respective narrations offer very different takes on the sturdiness of the marriage.
Book excerpt: "Why Fathers Cry at Night" by Kwame Alexander
The Newbury Medal-winning author of books for young readers has written an unusual memoir for adults, about his parents, and his own struggles to be a good husband and father.
From the archives: Songwriters Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann
Lyricist Cynthia Weil, who with her husband Barry Mann was half of one of the most successful songwriting teams in New York's fabled Brill Building, and who wrote or co-wrote hits for such artists as Neil Diamond, Linda Ronstadt and Lionel Richie, died June 1, 2023, at age 82. In this "Sunday Morning" profile that aired February 8, 2015, Weil and Mann talk with correspondent Rita Braver about their love-hate competition with Carole King (dramatized in the musical "Beautiful"), and about creating such classics as "On Broadway" and "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'."
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