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Bob Odenkirk Is Playing
’s David Carr for AMC
It’s an adaptation of Carr’s bestselling memoir,
The Night of the Gun
Trailer: The New York
Gets a Close Read
The documentary about the paper was well received at Sundance.
How Political Will the ‘Rally to Restore Sanity’ Be?
The NYT’s David Carr takes on the Stewart/Colbert rally and the fine line between entertainment and politics they’re trying to walk: “Yet there […]
The New Carpetbagger Arrives
Bye-bye, David Carr; hello, Melena Ryzik!
Gets a New ’Bagger
Melena Ryzik will take over for David Carr.
The New York
Really, Really Likes the New Wilco Album
The ‘Times’ thought Wilco’s new album was good enough to warrant two separate interviews with Jeff Tweedy in yesterday’s paper.
The Bagger’s Blind Item
Watch your back, Ted Casablanca!
The Bagger Bags Bale
David Carr’s got a theory on why Christian Bale growled so much in ‘The Dark Knight’.
The New York
Reveals Huge Crush on Anne Hathaway
In yesterday’s ‘Times’ Academy Awards section, the paper’s movie critics ostensibly make an Oscar case for some of their favorite films, but mostly they just try to score with Hathaway.
The Carpetbagger Returns
He’s sorta like the Punxsutawney Phil of the Oscar season, only more prolific in his forecasting and with a slightly less furry exterior.
Will David Carr’s ‘The Night of the Gun’ Redeem the Memoir?
We’re not so sure — and we say this as someone who liked the book.
apropos of nothing
Reality TV Becoming More Dangerous for Celebrities and the Marginally Famous
Three vaguely recognizable individuals have injured themselves on the set of NBC’s new reality series ‘Celebrity Circus.’