In Albert Nobbs, Glenn Close (above) convincingly plays a woman who dresses like a man in order to nab some employment in 19th-century Ireland. But it's the kind of stunt that can also nab you awards consideration.
Barbra Streisand, 'Yentl'I gave the guys their turn at drag validation. Now let's go for the guys who happen to gals. Which of these screen ladies convinced you, intrigued you, and really grabbed you in their macho getups? By the way, in the above photo, Barbra's the one on the right.
For me it's Ashton Kutcher, I mean Danny DeVito. And through the years I've also gotten mistaken for icons like Richard Benjamin, Al Franken, and Linda Hunt.
There has been some speculation on the identity of the "delicate, tiny, very talented starlets" whom Sarah Palin identified as environmentalist enemies of gun freedom in her farewell address yesterday. Some sources think she means Ashley Judd (5'7"); others suggest Natalie Portman (5'3" ) or ... More >>
Auteur (as opposed to amateur) writer/director M. Night Shyamalan is known for those twist endings that leave you beating on yourself for not having gotten it halfway through (and occasionally for having spent $11). He's certainly a master of the final kick in the pants before he send you home screa ... More >>
Vagina dialogues, wildly theatrical theatrics, and some of zee most outrageous zings you've heard
Wallace Shawn asks unpleasant questions; Kathleen Chalfant lives the heartfelt answer