A Hollywood-style A Hijacking for dummies.
'Give us five minutes and we'll change the world.'
On her renaissance, on laughing, and on men
Yes, I know I just wrote that Jane Fonda plays an eccentric granny in the upcoming Bruce Beresford film Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding. But her character is also a mother. You can't be a granny without being a mommy first.
In a movie, that is. Doesn't she look amazing in the role? It's from Bruce Beresford's Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding, which is opening in June.
kingstonnycalendar.orgJessica and Joshua Applestone at the New Amsterdam MarketFleisher's, the upstate butcher beloved by sustainable-meat freaks, New Amsterdam Market loyalists, and Julie Powell, will soon be spreading its gospel to an even larger paying audience: according to the shop's la ... More >>
Dave Eggers takes the spelling-bee challenge
Peter Pan complexes collide as the Duplass bros. go Hollywood
Rich people problems. Compelling ones!
Lots of great stuff in this week's Village Voice, though it all kinda pales in comparison to the incomparable Ward Sutton, who imagines R. Crumb doing an illustrated history of Genesis -- that's Phil Collins' Genesis, not God's. Elsewhere in music, Harvilla checks out the tremendously profane ... More >>
The director mines her life for her films—and life is complicated
Max and the gang's all here. Let the mild rumpus start!
The world is a stage
Spike Jonze raises a glass to Maurice Sendak
From the seer, suckers: The nominees, plus trash talk about some non-nominees
Rich and strange: Holofcener's wealth porn sitcom not particularly lovely or amazing
Get your avant-garde fix with plenty of experimental cinema this season
Playing Head Games with the Director, Writer, and Star of Being John Malkovich
Geopolitickin' and an East Asian invasion highlight the 43rd New York Film Festival
These boots were made for knockin': Steve Carell finally loses his virginity in fratty chick flick
Dentists in Domestic Prison, Nuns Behind Bars, Jewel Thieves on Holiday
Indie goddess keeps her eye on offbeat fare.
Here's a Trend for Jack Valenti: Men Without Guns
Playing Head Games with the Director, Writer, and Star of 'Being John Malkovich'