Catch two legends onstage
Two legends onstage
The way to make it in music these days is to play cruise ships and theme parks, but if you want to be a movie star, break out on TV first. Oz The Great and Powerful--opening today--features no fewer than four major film folk who started on the small screen.
Sorry James Franco, this Oz is neither great nor powerful
The following folk were excluded by the Oscar nominators and will have to either jump off a cliff or just learn to deal with it.
A feeling of Damonlessness clouds a franchise
Reporters who were set to work the red carpet for last night's big screening of The Whistleblower were instructed in advance: "No personal questions for Rachel Weisz!"
The Emmy nominations came out today, but my mind is stuck on the Oscars and how there will be no shortage of leading actress contenders to pick from in 2011. Not only is Meryl Streep donning prosthetics and an accent again, this time as moxieish Margaret Thatcher, but we have the following o ... More >>
Superheroes, sequels, and TWO Conans! Summer has arrived.
So there you go. The Strokes' new album, Angles, will be out March 22 (hear the first single, "Under Cover of Darkness," here), and to celebrate they'll invade MSG the following week, just one night before the LCD Soundsystem show there that's got everyone pissed off. Just remember, Julian, that i ... More >>
Measuring the prospects of a new crop of independent distributors
via WikipediaReports say that Oscar winning Rachel Weisz will play Jackie O in the period after JFK's assassination in a movie directed by her man, Darren Aronofsky--that is if a studio picks up the proposed project.
Mother Nature continues to menace New York. This time her wrath was felt in a snake attack. This morning cops found a boa constrictor across the street from Central Park, at the entrance to a laundromat at 410 West 110th Street. NY1 followed up, learning that the snake had been found by the l ... More >>
Brendan Fraser seems tired in Rob Cohen's extension of this CGI action franchise
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Craving More Bill Clinton? Have we got a movie for you.
That Darren Aronofsky sure is ambitious. Too bad his movie makes no sense.
Glamour, heartbreak, and some interpretive dance
Fashionable highlights and lowlights from last night's Golden Globes
Postcolonial detritus and pharmaceutical devilry dominate a mature le Carré adaptation
In 'The Constant Gardener', the suddenly ubiquitous Ralph Fiennes masters the art of diplomacy
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