Carter, 68, said in an interview with The New York Times published on Thursday that he wanted to 'leave while the magazine is on top'
The new adaptation of King's novel will be previewed in select theaters Thursday before it opens nationwide Friday
A Slovak technology buff is offering visitors to his vintage cellphone museum a trip down memory lane
'Sexual Politics' was published in 1970, in midst of feminism's 'second wave,' when Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan, Millett and others built upon achievements of suffragettes from half-century earlier
Shkreli, convicted last month of deceiving investors, asking $2 million on eBay
As kingdom cautiously embraces more forms of entertainment, local filmmakers are exploring new frontier in Saudi art, using internet to screen films and pushing boundaries of expression
Toronto International Film Festival comes right on the heels of the Venice and Telluride festivals, but size and scope of Toronto has long made it the centerpiece of the fall movie season
Belgian director Agnes Varda to also receive lifetime achievement award, Oscar organizers said on Wednesday
The 25-ton (23-metric ton) Koenig Sphere, damaged during the Sept. 11 attacks, officially placed on view Wednesday at the new Liberty Park overlooking the 9/11 memorial
The fashion designer, at 36, has experienced more ups and downs than his years might indicate and all are laid bare in 'House of Z''
New documentary follows adventures of Biblical archeologist Mark Fairchild through ancient Turkey
Local media say she has bought a 7.5 million-euro ($9 million) estate in the mountains of Sintra, outside Lisbon