“Glee” didn’t give us the big, expected “I Do” wedding or anything, but there were plenty of shocks to make up for it. Shocks like breakups and hookups and kisses and…
Read about all of it in this recap.
Finn (Cory Monteith) and Rachel (Lea Michele) talk about relationship stuff in a coffee shop. Because these are totally the two people who should be figuring out everyone’s romance decisions. Shockingly, no conclusions… Continue reading The 'Glee' wedding: Did they say 'I Do'?
“I can’t imagine by now, when we’re on the cover of the LA Times yesterday and Roger Ebert is tweeting about us, that [Disney] hasn’t seen the movie or knows something about it, but we haven’t heard anything from them and I don’t even want to speculate on what their reaction would be.” – Escape from Tomorrow cinematographer Lucas Lee Graham
If you asked someone attending… Continue reading Listen: 'Escape from Tomorrow' Cinematographer Explains How They Shot an Entire Movie Secretly in Disney World
Now that’s how to make an episode of “American Horror Story: Asylum.”
It’s already been a strong season (or installment, or whatever it should be called), but as we head into the home stretch it’s great to see the show kicking into first gear and delivering an hour as stylish, thrilling and surprising as “Spilt Milk.” Director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon and writer Brad Falchuck really outdid themselves… Continue reading 'American Horror Story: Asylum' episode 11 'Spilt Milk' recap: Did they really kill ... ?
Forty-five years later, it’s hard to appreciate what a revolutionary film “The Graduate” was. Not just for its depiction of driftless youth and the sexual revolution, but that it starred a regular guy like Dustin Hoffman. As NY Times critic A.O. Scott said in 2009, casting Hoffman “helped redefine what kind of person could become a movie star.”
However, the movie could have been very different: Originally, the role of college… Continue reading 'The Graduate' Cast: Where Are They Now?
“Tootsie” may have lost the Best Picture and Best Actor race to “Gandhi” 30 years ago, but if you’re looking for laughs instead of epic grandeur, Dustin Hoffman in a dress can’t be beat. The film, which opened on December 17, 1982, is still considered one of the funniest movies ever made. In 2000, the American Film Institute ranked it as the second funniest film of all time, just behind… Continue reading 'Tootsie' Cast: Where Are They Now?