Oscar season is upon us, which means lots of prestigious biographies of powerful or famous people. After this weekend, there will be three such movies vying for your ticket-buying dollar: Daniel Day-Lewis in Steven Spielberg’s surprising smash “Lincoln,” Anthony Hopkins as the master of suspense in “Hitchcock” and, starting on Friday, Bill Murray (of all people), playing Franklin D. Roosevelt in “Hyde Park on Hudson.” True to form, Roosevelt ain’t… Continue reading 'Hyde Park On Hudson' Review: The Pros And Cons Of The FDR Biopic
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Good news for freshman series “Last Resort” and “666 Park Avenue”: ABC has ordered two more scripts for each show.
While not a full-season pick-up, the order reassures showrunners that they won’t be joining the ranks of early cancelations like “Animal Practice” and “Made in Jersey.”
“Last Resort,” starring the inimitable Andre Braugher as the captain of a renegade nuclear submarine, has averaged
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Sylvester Stallone’s former wife Brigitte Nielsen put on a tragic public display in a Los Angeles park Saturday.
The Danish actress and model drank directly from a bottle of cheap Popov vodka and also from an unlabeled mini bottle. She smoked cigarette after cigarette, and later stumbled to the grass where she appeared to pass out.
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In the upcoming ABC drama “666 Park Avenue,” Terry O’Quinn and Vanessa Williams play Gavin and Olivia, the nefarious owners of a seemingly haunted upper east side apartment building. In the pilot episode, it becomes increasingly clear that the couple have the worst of intentions when it comes to their tenants, who experience a bevy of horrors while residing in their dream apartments.
Monday, June 18
What the Movies Tell Us You’ll Need for the End of the World by Perri Nemiroff
Movies Chat: If Not a ‘Twilight’ Reboot, Then How Should They Continue the Franchise? by Erik Davis
Buy Me, Rent Me, Forget Me: ‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’ Wins the Week by Peter Hall
Tuesday, June 19
8 Great … Unexpected Appearances of Presidents in… Continue reading Best of the Week: 'Twilight' and 'Jurassic Park' Reboot Chats, Obscure DVDs and More