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As you may have heard, Nicole Kidman is negotiating to play Princess Grace Kelly in the movie Grace of Monaco. The film, directed by the guy who did La Vie en Rose, will be set in 1962, during a period when the movie-star-turned-princess tried to save Monaco from a potential catastrophe.
"I know a place where we can go," as Brit pop goddess Petula Clark sang in one of her 15 consecutive Top 40 U.S. hits that came out in the 1960s. It's Feinstein's at Loews Regency, where "Pet" is serving you her hits in grand style (without any of the self-conscious I'm-doing-you-a-favor attitude o ... More >>
From the seer, suckers: The nominees, plus trash talk about some non-nominees
Sending up the pop biopic, Walk Hard sells cheap laughs and lifeless Cox
Edith Piaf makes a New York Fringe Festival Encore
Idol's Carrie channels Christ in Atlantic City. In do-me heels. Get real (like David Hyde Pierce).
Already generating Oscar buzz, Marion Cotillard chats about channeling her inner chanteuse
Marion Cotillard gives a star turn, but can't save Edith Piaf biopic
The latest (though not all greatest) in French cinema hits town
A respite from Times Square holiday madness resides at the Rum House piano bar
A tale for feet and voices, bodies and souls
Everyday life as vaudeville and vaudeville as coming-of-age in Jewish heritage (ha-ha)
Have legs, will travel: Ute Lemper offers a worldly cabaret
Patchily focused and unfinishable work from a slow-laboring ghost among the living
Martial Solal Plays Everything All at Once
Born in France, Living American Lives