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Gold Derbyâ¢ Steve Pond breaks the news that Jane Campion's script for "Bright Star" has been classified by the writers' branch of the academy as adapted rather than original. As Pond writes, "Although Campion makes use of Keatsâ poetry and letters, the writer-...
Culture MonsterConfirming rumors of a Broadway engagement, producers of "Come Fly Away" -- a new musical using the vocals of Frank Sinatra -- said today that the show will open March 25 at the Marquis Theatre in New York. Directed and......
Pop & HissHere's hoping you're not yet tired of "Empire State of Mind." The Times' Geraldine Baum writes in this Sunday's Calendar that the Jay-Z and Alicia Keys hit appears to be ready to stand the test of time. The question Baum......
Sherry cocktails have come a long way from hot sack posset. A custardy Middle Ages concoction of sherry, milk and eggs, popular first in Britain and then the New World, sack posset eventually gave way to the likes of the 19th century Bamboo, a combination...
Tags: Alcoholic Beverages, Japan, New Year's Day, Dean Martin, Spain
Alice Schiller was a bit of a prude who didn't swear, drink or smoke, much less endorse women disrobing for entertainment. So when her husband told her he wanted to turn his struggling Hollywood nightclub into a striptease house, she cried. But once...
Tags: Bob Hope, Minority Groups, Hugh Hefner, Dance, Travel
The Daily MirrorDec. 26, 1963: âI was horrified by âThe Victors,â from which I expected so much. It's the last picture in the world you'd want to see this season. I'm amazed at Carl Foreman, who wrote 'River Kwai' and 'Guns of Navarone.' He seemed to go out of...
Arnold Stang dies at 91; comic character actor had memorable role in 'It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World'Arnold Stang, the diminutive, bespectacled comic character actor who was part of the ensemble cast of the classic movie comedy "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" and provided the voice for the TV cartoon character Top Cat, has died. He was 91. Stang...
Bob Willoughby, who created iconic portraits of his muse, Audrey Hepburn, and dozens of other celebrities as one of the first still photographers assigned to capture life on Hollywood film sets, has died. He was 82. Willoughby died Friday of cancer at...
All The RageTruth be told, I scoffed a bit when the Image section told you about Keira Knightley's silky emerald green gem from "Atonement" or Audrey Hepburn's black Chantilly lace number from "How to Steal a Million." Someone would really spend that......
The Big PictureIt's hardly a surprise that the critics, who tend to view Nancy Meyers like a lamb waiting to be slaughtered, will have their knives out for "It's Complicated" when it opens Christmas Day. At Rotten Tomatoes, where some of the......
Pop & HissThe English singer shows no signs of his difficult year. To go by the lyrics of the dozens of extravagantly unhappy songs he's written since he founded the Smiths a quarter of a century ago, the English singer known simply......
Reality CheckHere's Bucky on the finale of The Amazing Race:(Guest recapper’s note: My apology to Meghan Rickey—who I am pretty sure reads this blog every week—for misspelling her name in my recaps. “gh” is my least-favorite digraph in...
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