Screen Time: Rob Reiner and Richard Linklater

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Friday, July 11, 2014

Director Rob Reiner sets up a shot on the Connecticut set of  'And So It Goes.' Director Rob Reiner sets up a shot on the Connecticut set of "And So It Goes." (Clay Enos/Clarius Entertainment/Clarius Entertainment)

Rob Reiner talks about his latest romantic comedy, “And So It Goes.” Richard Linklater, director of “Boyhood,” and Ellar Coltrane, who stars in the film, talk about creating this film over the course of 12 years. We’ll talk to the director and stars of “Land Ho!” about a road trip that takes an elderly odd couple to Reykjavik. Plus, Please Explain is all about subletting, AirBNB, and the rules and rights of tenants.

Rob Reiner: ‘I Tell the Same Story Over and Over’

The comedy legend says his latest film, “And So It Goes,” shows that men and women act the same at every age.

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After 12 Years of Filming, an Entire Childhood on Screen

A conversation about ‘Boyhood’ with director Richard Linklater and star Ellar Coltrane, who grew from 6 to 18 over the course of filming. “It felt like the biggest decision I’d ever made, artistically,” Linklater said.


'Land Ho!' Searching for Lobster, Vodka, and Long-Legged Women in Iceland

The film's director and stars on how you can’t escape yourself, no matter how far you travel.

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How to Use Airbnb Without Getting Evicted

A look at what's legal and illegal when using Airbnb to rent out a room or your whole apartment. And we hear your gripes about — and praise for — the service.

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