A pop-culture producer for Circa.com, Chris Serico has deconstructed entertainment on national TV, interviewed A-listers, and written commentary highlighted by The New York Times and "Late Night."
J.J. Abrams' "Revolution" proves the writer-director-producer remains one of Hollywood's most coveted creative figures. But years before he helmed hits on television (including "Lost," "Alias" and "Felicity") and in cinema (the "Star Trek" reboot and "Super 8"), Abrams was a student at Sarah Lawrence College.
"Epic" director Chris Wedge chats with Newsday's Chris Serico at the film's New York City junket.
Kate Mara plays an ambitious political reporter on Netflix's new original series, "House of Cards," but during a sit-down interview with Newsday, the movie and TV star said she couldn't imagine being anything other than an actor.