Let’s Name the Phenomenon For When Two Similar Movies Come Out Around The Same Time
This will make two movies about the Mandelas out this fall.
Will it lead to a walk down the Oscar red carpet?
At Cannes, the Oscar-savvy Weinstein showcased three compelling trailers starring Forest Whitaker, Idris Elba, and Michael B. Jordan.
He's making another push for à la carte billing.
Just in time for tax day.
For almost a year, his home has been his suitcase.
The movie is based on Mandela's own autobiography.
We wish her luck out there.
An apology to Jennifer Weiner for Egan's chick-lit dismissal: "The person who’s criticizing should know what they’re saying and whom they’re criticizing. I was just vague on my facts."
This elaborate doomsday scenario about assassination, our ambient insanity, and its complex relationship with American politics was just a little too close for comfort after the events of this weekend.
Rounding up gifts for everyone on your list, from the gadget junkies to Sondheim fanatics to wannabe Mad Men.
"I spoke in very long sentences, and little pieces of those sentences sounded bad, and your feelings were probably understandably hurt, and next thing we knew it had become this thing."
Awards, notoriously, mean almost nothing — particularly in literature.
And a party crasher.
Someone really wanted a piece of Franzen
80,000 copies of Jonathan Franzen's novel contained errors.
Franzen and Oprah kiss and make up.
"I actually have a lot of those feelings myself."
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