That's what a source tells me. Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks was a 2003 Broadway play with Polly Bergen being taught to tango (and so on) by Mark Hamill while learning other valuable lessons. The property is being turned into a film starring Gena Rowlands and Cheyenne Jackson.
Santa was extra generous this year! Here are some of the kitsch treasures he bequeathed me with: Homework, a sublimely trashy film with Joan Collins as "Sheila's mother," a horny lady who pounces on the ass of a teen boy who's classmates with her daughter. The film is filled with gratuitous sex fl ... More >>
You don't have to be gay to enjoy the staggeringly entertaining and wildly campy clips I've compiled for you, but it helps. Simply click on the links and you'll see: Joan Crawford/Cyd Charisse, "Two Faced Woman" (narrated by Debbie Reynolds, of course). This defies description. Must be seen to be ... More >>
Venezuelan photographer Julio Gaggia is doing a publicity stunt, I mean performance piece, by living in the window of the BoConcept furniture store on 18th Street for five days, so naturally I wanted a piece of the action, especially since his window apartment is way nicer than my real one. So I ho ... More >>
No one's sexier--or sweeter--than Ann-Margret, the Scandinavian-American gal who always came off like sex on a stick while providing a kind of chaste optimism that kept it from ever being dirty. And she's talented!
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. April 20, 1972, Vol. XVII, No. 16 films in focus By Andrew Sarris The 44th annual festivities of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences began with a whimper and ended with a bang, demonstrating that, among other things, Oscar ... More >>
John Waters and Ann-Margret whip you into shape
Please indulge my Norma Desmond-like obsession with the past just one more time -- today -- and watch this YouTube classic, filmed at the notorious Limelight club by Nelson Sullivan sometime in the carefree '80s. It has me in a glorious gown and stunning red braid, doing an impression of Ann ... More >>
No, not the hotel--I mean the genre. To me, westerns have always been like spinach--ill-tasting and probably not even that good for you. But in my neurotic quest to see every movie ever made at least twice, I've sat through them all and I have to say some stand higher above the range than oth ... More >>
South American director Sebastián Silva hangs with me and Eros. And The Messenger kills.
As the Bye Bye Birdie revival plays on Broadway, it's all too fitting that a sort of retro comeback for Ann-Margret--who vamped up the movie version several notches--is in the works. I hear eight TV variety specials that Ann did in the golden age are being cut up and thrown into a one-hour d ... More >>
Presenting a '70s hit list where the results aren't pretty