Mary Kaye Schilling

Mary Kaye Schilling is an assistant managing editor at EW

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An intimate session with film's favorite punk auteur
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Long before he wrote Terms of Endearment, novelist Larry McMurtry was a bookish cowhand. The Texan turned his back on the cowboy life, then reinvented the Western with his Pulitzer Prize-winning Lonesome Dove.
We caught up with ''Lonesome Dove'' author Larry McMurtry, currently working on his next nonfiction book about American massacres
Mary Kaye Schilling offers a female point of view on the reality TV show that millions of woman (and men) tune in to every week
Buffy finds a song in its heart with a showstopping musical episode.
The Slayer sings and creator Joss Whedon flirts with tunesmithing
''The Vampire Slayer'''s Anthony Stewart Head and James Marsters talk about the show
The star of ''Return to Me'' talks about acting, fatherhood, and his trouble with ''The X-Files''
HBO's hit TV show returns, and EW has everything you need to know
Use our glossary to find out everything you need to know before the new season of HBO's hit show begins
The Fox sci-fi drama promises to reveal some secrets in the season finale