In a new comic, the superhero reveals that he’s working for an evil organization. But no makeover could erase his underlying Jewishness.
In his new book, 'Leonard: My Fifty-Year Friendship with a Remarkable Man' William Shatner recounts his complex relationship with 'Star Trek' costar Leonard Nimoy, a fellow offspring of Jews who fled Eastern Europe.
Though he was not ‘half Jewish’ as he once claimed, the chameleonic Bowie was a Zelig-like figure, who repeatedly shifted identities on stage and on screen.
Unequal parts autobiography, travelogue and nature book, author and ornithologist Jasmine Donahaye’s ‘Losing Israel’ is a fascinating and powerful memoir. However, her views on the Jewish state may make some readers twitchy.
Jewish inmates are largely absent from Litchfield Penitentiary, but that hasn't stopped ‘Orange Is the New Black' from exploring Judaism and the virtues of kosher food.
The Jewish director’s layered references to the scriptures helped make the film a masterpiece of the horror genre.
Nimoy, along with William Shatner and the show's first writers, imbued Star Trek with a submerged Jewishness.
The long-held tradition of using visual and linguistic stereotypes and clichés to identify Jewish characters seems to have faded away. U.K. TV programming is increasingly resembling its edgier American counterpart.
Critics are slamming the director for casting black actors as slaves and servants, but 'Exodus' is set to break casting tradition in one important way.
Literary stereotypes paved the way for the belief in 19th-century England that the serial killer was Jewish.