Director George Lucas on threat to movie industry During a Chicago Ideas Week panel, "Star Wars" creator George Lucas told Charlie Rose that the lack of creativity from the big movie studios is a major threat to Hollywood. The director is opening the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Chicago that will house movie memorabilia along with works of art.
Jay Leno wins top comedy award Former "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno was awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Also, the musical "Side Show," based on the lives of conjoined twins, is opening soon on Broadway. Suzanne Marques reports on some of the day's top entertainment stories.
The epic sound of Arcade Fire In just a few short years the eclectic rock band Arcade Fire has gone from having a small but adoring fan base, to selling out huge arenas. Anthony Mason carries a backstage pass to head out on tour with one of the most original and innovative bands in recent memory.
Figuring out Danny Aiello With memorable roles in such films as "Moonstruck," "Do the Right Thing" and countless others, Danny Aiello has earned his reputation as one of the most talented and professional actors working today. But, as he tells correspondent Tracy Smith in an intimate profile, off-camera he's still trying to figure out who the real Danny Aiello is when he's not in character.
Just who is Danny Aiello? Shoeshine boy, Army vet, bus announcer, pool hustler, safe cracker, and an Oscar-nominated actor, whose memoir is titled, "I Only Know Who I Am When I Am Somebody Else"
Arcade Fire: "We played really hard" Web extra: Brothers Win and William Butler of the eclectic Canadian rock band Arcade Fire talk to Anthony Mason about connecting with their audiences at their early shows, by playing "as loud and as hard" as they could in the midst of the crowds.
Music is a "family thing" for Arcade Fire Web extra: Win and William Butler talk to Anthony Mason about growing up in a home filled with music, and how younger brother Will apprenticed for his older brother's band, eventually becoming a member of Arcade Fire.
- Helen Keller's introduction to the world with the help of teacher Annie Sullivan is the story of "The Miracle Worker," coming to Knoxville at the Clarence Brown Theater October 2 - 19, 2014.
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