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The Big PictureVariety's Pamela McClintock has the news that Reese Witherspoon has joined forces with Fox 2000 to produce a biopic about singer Peggy Lee, best known for her sultry slow-burn rendition of "Fever." Witherspoon is clearly the driving force behind the......
All The RageWhile those in love with fashion and shopping celebrated the Vogue/CFDA-endorsed Fashion's Night Out last night, comedian Rosie O'Donnell attacked one of her long-thought injustices of women's fashion: the purse. Below, Image staffer Adam Tschorn's...
Gold Derby nuggets: 'Star Trek' best cast movie | 'Doctor Who' tries legal series | 'An Education' from director Lone ScherfigGold Derbyâ¢ The Casting Society of America held the silver-anniversary edition of the Artios Awards on Monday night in both Gotham and LA. The CSA kudos -- saluting the best in casting -- went to "Star Trek" (drama feature), "Tropic Thunder" (comedy feature),...
Gold Derby nuggets: Kathy Griffin guests on 'SVU' | Is Meryl Streep playing favorites? | Denzel Washington returns to BroadwayGold Derbyâ¢ Who volunteers to tell Kathy Griffin that the guest actress Emmys don't get presented on the prime-time kudocast but are relegated to the creative arts awardsfest that she has dubbed the Schmemmys? The two-time Emmy champ for her reality series "My...
Gold DerbyTwo days ago the first installment of The Envelope's print edition was inserted into the L.A. Times. In each issue, the Gold Derby column breaks down the top races into lists for easy handicapping. Click here to see a gallery of the short "spotlight"...
Daily DishCall it the âJulie & Juliaâ effect: Walking out of the theater after seeing the movie with friends, we instantly canceled our dinner reservations, stopped at the grocery and then went to our house to cook. In case you somehow......
The Big PictureWhen it comes to incendiary film criticism, no one does it better than Manohla Dargis, the New York Times' film critic whose reviews have the same tart-tongued zing as Rosalind Russell in "His Girl Friday." Dargis has led something of......
Gold DerbyWith the Writers Guild of America having ruled ineligible four of the leading best picture contenders -- Producers Guild of America nominees "An Education," "District 9," "Inglourious Basterds" and "Up" -- the importance of the WGA award in predicting the...
Last spring, Wired magazine ran a mini-feature on how to make small talk. The tone was that of a pep talk, the advice poignantly remedial. The overall effect was to make the heart bleed for the presumed social ineptitude of the magazine's tech-savvy...
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Culture MonsterThink of it as a warm-up to âSex and the City 2.â Nora Ephron and Delia Ephronâs cozy âLove, Loss, and What I Wore,â now at the Geffen Playhouse, is the kind of affirming chick outing that makes you want......
All The RageI could barely pay attention to what was happening on stage during âLove, Loss and What I Woreâ at the Geffen Playhouse the other night. The production, a staged reading of short stories, taps into womenâs love-hate relationship with their......
At a certain point in the wonderful new movie "Julie & Julia," there is a plot twist so shocking the audience gasps. Julia Child does something that seems so totally out of character that even on the way out, people were still shaking their heads. "How...
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