Foxx and Tatum team up to save America
They provided a Mister Softee truck. They handed out ice-cold Peroni and Perrier. But, alas, that still did not remedy the fact that the warehouse space at Moynihan Station, where Rag & Bone's show was held, felt more hot and humid than it actually was outside. Many in the audience used their in ... More >>
Maggie Gyllenhaal and sibs still don't get to Moscow
A star couple take on Three Sisters
Sometimes life seems hard here -- the crowds, the expense, the 24-hour-living-and-working lifestyle...But then there are days, like yesterday, when we're ever so glad we live in New York City. Like when much of the rest of the nation goes a reddish color of Tea Party, and we stick to coffee a ... More >>
David WentworthM.I.A., Ryan McGinley, Lenny Kravitz An enormous balloon sculpture hovered over the stage at Alexander Wang's show at Pier 94. Was it supposed to be a cloud? An alien spacecraft? A giant water raft? Whatever it was, there was certainly enough hot air in the room to send it into ... More >>
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 >>
In another February 2 ritual, the 2010 Oscar Nominees were announced this morning. The Best Picture list, expanded to ten nominees this year, are: An Education Avatar The Blind Side District 9 The Hurt Locker Inglourious Basterds Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire A Serious Man Up U ... More >>
That's more than 88%! I only got four wrong in the categories I predicted, and that's worthy of some kind of trophy, no? No??? True, I didn't predict The Blind Side and A Serious Man getting Best Picture nods. (The latter truly deserves it; I just thought it was way too esoteric for Oscar).
Yes, he most surely was, as reported in this week's column [CLICK HERE], which is more packed with good stuff than a circuit queen's butt at the Black Party. Read this invigorating opus and you will also learn about:
Fashion Week, Idol chatter, a gesture toward Liza. By Michael Musto
Mary Gaitskill freaks us out (in a good way)
Classic Stage Company and NAATCO visit the old country
Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard take on Chekhov
Christopher Nolan's Batman returns, delivers the kick-ass goods
Watching a career sore. And hearing amid the praise for Day-Lewis: 'Huston. We have a problem.'
Playing against type, Will Ferrell can't quite ground this artificial comedy
Playing legendary photographer Diane Arbus, Nicole Kidman is an unconvincing weirdo
Success with Barneys and Vogue
A restrained Oliver Stone redeems an epoch-defining disasterand rehabilitates himself
Brooding city dwellers populate a muddled post9-11 ensemble piece
Glamour, heartbreak, and some interpretive dance
Girlfriend gives her guy a special gift: Rachel in a live lesbian sex show
Tsunami benefits and political parties, oh my! Stars shine.
Remake relocates from Buenos Aires to Los Angeles and can't pull off a second swindle
Stunts, moguls, buffed-up people, and sharksfitting for a film festival at a ski resort
Sundance '04: A growth industry, but Biskind's tell-all both thrills and chills the indie set
Chick flicks flip the script: Julia does a Robin and Yorkshire's finest go the full mumsy
'8 Mile' Lines and On-the-Job Bondage in Toronto
The Sexual Life of James S.
The Many Sides of Indie Film's Newest Siren
Losing the Plot at Sundance