'Boardwalk Empire': Will you watch?
Executive producer/director Martin Scorcese and producer-writer Terence Winter (of "The Sopranos") have given HBO viewers a lavish journey to the Atlantic City of 1920 in "Boardwalk Empire" -- all expenses handsomely, even extravagantly paid, minus your premium cable bill. They have, as literally as possible, relocated a group of actors and sets into the past, down to every last, gauzy, color-rich detail, even down to the fascinating close-ups of the pages of a pristine copy of Vogue that a main character flips through while she waits in a lobby. Read the full story.
September 16, 2010; 6:15 PM ET
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