Movies to get in the Thanksgiving mood
There are actors (like Peter O'Toole and Glenn Close) who've gotten nominated a whole lot of times and never won. Yet. But how about the ones who've never even been nominated? In the case of the dead ones, I'm pretty sure they never will be! Now that's gotta hurt. Here are some of the top omission ... More >>
As Maria Von Trapp and the Mother Abbess. And Emma Stone as Liesl von Trapp And Claire Danes as Sister Margaretta And Ellen DeGeneres as Uncle Max And it was directed by Tom Hooper, with lots of loving, crying closeups.
The first thing celebrities learn, practically out of the womb, is "Never let them see you sweat! Sparkle, but don't shine, honey!" And I've done a lot of TV, where the most common refrain you hear is, "You're getting a little shiny. Get out the powder pronto. No, not the coke, dummy!" A compact i ... More >>
Have you ever wondered what Alex Rodriguez's favorite works of art in the Metropolitan Museum of Art are? Would you have guessed they include a Manet, a Thomas Eakins, a 10th-11th century Sicán funerary mask and a Rauschenberg among others? Well, that's what the museum's newest ad campaign with the ... More >>
In 1974, the inaugural issue of People magazine was released, featuring Mia Farrow as Daisy Buchanan from Gatsby, "The year's next big movie." That film, what we would argue is the quintessential, and most beautiful/tragic Gatsby, also featured Robert Redford, with the screenplay written by F ... More >>
Law & Order ends its 20-year run tonight. Throughout the show's long reign, phalanxes of honorable detectives have cleaned the New York streets of crime and debris while throwing out witty one-liners and re-enacting plotlines ripped from real-life headlines. Grabbing a cameo on the show has a ... More >>
Jason Koski/Cornell UniversityTemple GrandinTime has spit out its annual Time 100 list, and managed to make room on it for a few people concerned with what we put in our pie holes.
Celebs show the downtown theater scene some love
Angela Ashman "It's a dream!" Zac Posen excitedly said about his new Target line launch party last night, which kicked off the 24-hour shopping event -- going on until 11 p.m. tonight -- at a pop-up store in the New Yorker building. And indeed it did feel like a dream as we -- Voice fashion ... More >>
We like technology. (I mean, come on, we're bloggers, of course we like technology.) But sometimes technology makes us a little bit sad. Sad the way Shakespeare would write sad instead of the way people would Tweet sad. With tears instead of emoticons. In more than 140 characters. Fine, call ... More >>
Only real dancers allowed
Doing Atonement over platefuls of shrimp with James McAvoy. Jodie Foster goes out on the town, finally.
Give Lizz Winstead her due. And keep your hands off Megan Mullally's melons
Next to it, a typical new play looks pretty small
And other whore stories in post-crackdown clubs. Then, suddenly, a Pygmalion-like transformation.
Chick-flick genre to Evening: Why you gotta make us look bad?
Rehab as a beautiful experience, plus cracks about pies. Psst! Ted Haggard was a top.
Too hot to deal? Take shelter in the cool and dark of the matinee.
Two old friends imagine a friendship that never happened
And other shocking revelations from this year's Video Music Awards
An artist working close to her secret narcissist-exhibitionist core
Choreography brings a painting to brave, awkward, empowered life
As days grow short, dancers from around the planet visit our city to share their visions
What I share and don't share with one half of the creature currently known as TomKat
Restaurant space evolves as West Village property values rise
Cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle on creating beauty amid brutality
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sequels?
Mailbox Synthpop as Piano and Voice Recital
Evaluating a Movie Lover's Chances of Survival at a Topsy-Turvy Sundance
To the Manor Bored
The Many Sides of Indie Film's Newest Siren
The Cloudy Crystal Ball of Movie Magazines
Reality Mimics Fiction in Leo's Latest Drama