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Richard Greenberg's adaptation of Truman Capote's classic novella Breakfast at Tiffany's turns out to be earnest, talky, and rather lifeless despite its good intentions. Telling the story of a chirpy socialite/hooker in 1943 New York and her interaction with a writer who isn't exactly straight, thi ... More >>
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"Moon River" by the river? Maybe not. An online petition is asking people to boycott the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy's August 11 Syfy Movies With A View showing of the 1961 classic Breakfast at Tiffany's, the Brooklyn Paper reports. Calling the film "horribly offensive" in the petition, ... More >>
Nanny McWhatever Emma Thompson is writing a new version of My Fair Lady, and while talking about it in interviews, she's been taking the opportunity to deride fellow Oscar winner Audrey Hepburn, who starred in the original film version. Thompson calls the screen legend "twee, mumsy, and real ... More >>