On Saturday, January 12, My Last Supper and a few big name chefs will join forces to support Sandy relief efforts. But before you grab your elastic waist pants and skip lunch, know this -- the evening will run as a variety show with the finger-wagging title, "Shame on Sandy". [See More Edible News: ... More >>
Before you chime in with "But you forgot...": No, I didn't. These are my personal favorites. Feel free to tell me yours.
Just in case there are going to be a whole bunch of casting calls and auditions, the kids over at datalounge.com have some ideas of who should be hand-picked to play this, the most glamorous role since Scarlett O'Hara: Rihanna Nicki Minaj Taylor Swift
At last night's Gramercy Park Hotel party for her new movie, Janie Jones, Oscar nominee Abigail Breslin exuded all the signs of an ex child star who was rapidly maturing but was still charmingly girlish and cute in a semi-transitional sort of way. After costar Alessandro Nivola sang a song, ... More >>
FilmReference.com There's something screamingly missing from Alan Arkin's new memoir, An Improvised Life. And that would be any mention of Little Miss Sunshine! You know, the 2006 comedy classic about the absurdity of kiddie beauty pageants, in which Arkin played gramps and for which he wo ... More >>
Both amazingly fun musicals are headed to Broadway as I wet myself with excitement, and neither has been cast yet. So it's up to us to start pitching for our faves: For Annie, how about Sarah Jessica Parker--who once played the title role--as the lovably evil Miss Hannigan? The stunt-casti ... More >>
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Abigail Breslin made a spectacular child star at age 10 in the Oscar winning Little Miss Sunshine, and she's now onto a full-fledged career as an adolescent, making even more movies than La Streep and heading to Broadway in a Miracle Worker revival that could turn her into the new Patty Duke. ... More >>
This film's tagline is really "Nut Up Or Shut Up"
Yes and no. But there are lots of small consolations.
Chattin' with Loretta Lynn and John Leguizamo; Carol Burnett in action; adventures of Nick Adams
All it takes to cure the Depression is a little Miss Sunshine
Craving More Bill Clinton? Have we got a movie for you.
From the seer, suckers: The nominees, plus trash talk about some non-nominees
Too hot to deal? Take shelter in the cool and dark of the matinee.
A "What's Wrong With America" indie comedy reveals what's wrong with indie comedies
Lodge Kerrigan's penetrating portrait of an addled mind refuses to keep its distance