They were having a nice time. But then Lindsay noticed photos he'd taken of her in his cell phone. And I guess they weren't properly photoshopped or something. So a fight ensued.
It's never too soon to start guessing Oscar nominations, so I've done some exhaustive research--like talking to one friend in the biz, as well as plumbing the depths of my own usually-semi-right instincts--and decided that the five nominees will probably come from these seven bigshots: Marion Coti ... More >>
Meryl Streep has certainly never played a role as racy as in Hope Springs. (SPOILER ALERT SPOILER ALERT!) The three-time Oscar winner goes to sex therapy sessions, plays with herself, attempts a blow job in a theater, and even tries to learn oral techniques with the help of some bananas. It's a f ... More >>
She dazzles as Clarice in Silence!: The Musical, she startled as the Wicked Witch at Night of 1000 Judys, and she costars in a new movie called Gayby (below). And she was all mine for a tell-all Q&A in which I got to know what makes Jenn Harris really tick. Hi, Jenn. Let's start with Silence.... ... More >>
Don't let this get out because it could ruin my career! There are some women that I happen to find terribly sexy, even now in Gay Pride month. But these dames needn't worry about me--I'll just admire them from afar, as well as in this glorious photo tribute.
That was the ruling of a midlevel New York State appeals court, which tossed out a case by a guy mad that his ex spread the rumor that he's gay. "Saying that someone is gay is not an insult," a lawyer successfully argued. I've been crowing this for years! But having it made official in this one c ... More >>
I arrived at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre last night for the promised taste of Ghost The Musical -- based on the hit 1990 movie about the potter, the potted plant, and the pot smoker -- and immediately scooped up a pretty blue drink sitting on a tray. "That's the Unchained Melody," explained t ... More >>
Contenders are piling up in the theaters-here are the ones to watch
No, not Judi Dench. Anyway, tonight's attractions: Jackie Hoffman will sing "Swanee." Tony winner Daisy Eagan will do "The Trolley Song." Emily Bergl (Desperate Housewives) will croon "Zing! Went The Strings of My Heart" And there will be more. They'll sing 'em all and they'll stay all n ... More >>
Here's a candid peek at 007 Daniel Craig caught in drag!
Nah. Those entitled phonies are sitting there lapping up the glory--and free drinks--and they could certainly deal with a few potshots, especially on a dignity-free night when The Tourist is up for Best Picture and Dame Judi Dench is nominated opposite Jennifer Love Hewitt! At least that's the poi ... More >>
Fun with assisted suicide. Plus: Puffy Combs on the craft of acting?
Showstoppers and rip-offs in the blowsy movie musical. Plus: Paper's Nightlife Awards
Guerrilla marketing for the sequel to the vaginormously successful Sex and the City film proceeds apace! After wringing sweet publicity from auditions for extras, the producers are leaking plot details to keep fans hot for the film, slated to debut this summer. These details are alleged to ha ... More >>
Nine is the all-star musical film based on the Broadway show, which in turn was based on the Fellini flick 8 1/2, about an Italian director who's surrounded by scads of exasperating yet titillating women. Well, the trailer makes it looks like a gorgeous melange of Italianisma, as directed by Rob ... More >>
Let me assume the emotional posture of a crass and insecure straight dude and wonder aloud which stars who are really old--you know, MY age--are still worth a flop in the hay, even if the act would have to be done with walkers and Metamucil? In other words, which old ladies would you still want to ... More >>
Writer's cramp? No, a nonstop stream of diary during the Oscars telecast.
Everyone's miserable in Patrick Marber's latest, and it feels so good
If this is as good as the "Vibrations" get, how bad must the intentions have been?
London's Winter of Theatrical Discontent
The Starmaking Machinery Behind the Popular Gown
Definitely honor-free will be Joseph Fiennes for Shakespeare (sorry, but the Bard didn't look like Rob Lowe).
A Winter Movie Preview
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