It happens, whether because of campaigning or a mistake or a misguided sense that certain perfs should be pushed where they don't belong. And it seems to pay off because all these people won their categories (with one still pending, but building steam).
The National Enquirer just ran a story saying that Jessica Lange had become more than friends with her American Horror Story costar Sarah Paulson, the latter being an open lesbian who had a relationship with actress Cherry Jones. Lange's people promptly pooh-poohed it. And I tend to think they're ... More >>
Rachel McAdams gets the sense knocked out of her in The Vow
The two-time Oscar winner happened to be sitting behind me at a special screening the other night, and everyone was eyeing her as if she was a pinata hanging from the ceiling. Finally, a man sitting nearby boldly leaned over and said, "Hi, Jessica. I met you once." Oy.
I became overwhelmed with hope after reading in Next magazine that superstar DJ Junior Vasquez is now 60 years old! It's inspiring that a sexagenarian can still spin from such a high perch! Between Junior and some other names they mentioned who are the same age, I can now cling to the possib ... More >>
"I judge what we did in the film, what's done in the musical and in the fiction film--I judge all of this in terms of whether the two women would like each one of these things, and I think they would in each case." Iconic 82-year-old filmmaker Albert Maysles is having a good month. HBO's fictiona ... More >>
Much wood in B'way's Desire Under the Elms revival.
Who says Montreal is cold? It's hot, baby.
The squalid yet strangely uplifting story of the Beales--the mother/daughter duo who went from being Jackie Kennedy's fancy shmancy cousins to living in filth in a decayed Hamptons mansion filled with raccoons--rises again. The original Maysles brothers' documentary was made into a musical, which ... More >>
Siddown and shuddup! It's da Kollege of Musical Knowledge.
A Mormon female-bonding fantasy
Touristy Americana in Wenders post-western
New York has become a city of ghosts haunting us all
Have son, will travel: Murray's sad-sack Don Juan stoically confronts the autumnal dead end
Glass should be handled with care, but do producers know that?
Back in New York with a new play and starring in another, Sam Shepard reflects on the dangerous farce of contemporary politics
The Medium Is the Message
An almost grown-up Tim Burton buys a pack of Spielbergian lieshook, line, and stinker
Legends of the Fall
Oscar Declares War on the War
Chewing Through London With Pinter and Proust
Seven U.K. Productions That May Be New York Bound
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