Mike Zimmerman

Mike Zimmerman

Give Till It Helps

By Mike Zimmerman | May 6, 2014

A funny thing happens when you get a reputation. Adam Grant, Ph.D., is a professor of management and, at 32, the youngest tenured faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. Bloomberg Businessweek lists him as one of the magazine’s “favorite professors.” His research has had far-reaching implications in the business world…

Hugh Jackman: The Wolverine Makes Nice

By Mike Zimmerman | July 9, 2013

I first met Hugh Jackman in 2006. I flew to Los Angeles to interview him on his physical preparations for X-Men 3: The Last Stand. Getting to him was half the fun: He was in the middle of filming The Prestige, the underrated Christopher Nolan magician film, and one thing Nolan is known for other…

Stuff My Dad Says

By Mike Zimmerman | December 14, 2012

Next time you want to ignore parental advice, remember

Nick Cannon’s Health Scare

By Mike Zimmerman | October 10, 2012

Nick Cannon was great. Until he wasn’t.

Over the past 10 years, Cannon has achie

Ties that Bind

By Mike Zimmerman | October 9, 2012

“If you don’t trust the pilot, don’t go, you know?” And then Denzel Was

From Goofy to Great

By Mike Zimmerman | August 17, 2012

When people talk about the 1997 film

Denis Leary Is the Real Deal

By Mike Zimmerman | August 14, 2012

Here's the thing, and it’s impossible to get around: Some people may not like Denis L

The Rainmaker

By Mike Zimmerman | July 10, 2012

An interesting phenomenon exists in the world of celebrity. In general the industry produces TV

ScarJo on Simple Joys

By Mike Zimmerman | July 2, 2012

It’s fun to listen to because wistfulness creeps into her voice as she pulls from a pleas

No Apology Necessary

By Mike Zimmerman | June 19, 2012

No doubt you’ve heard this one: “It’s easier to ask forgiveness than it is to