Monday, May 07, 2007

People Will Talk


Cinematical
Julie Delpy may bathe in blood for a new vampire flick
Coming Soon Rupert Everett is claiming Michelle Pfeiffer's Stardust performance is her best ever. I had no idea he had never seen The Fabulous Baker Boys, White Oleander, or Batman Returns among others... who knew?
Towleroad Apparently neither the rumored Johnny Depp nor Sacha Baron Cohen will play Freddie Mercury in the proposed biopic
QueerSighted pays tribute to activist actor John Glover and an 80s TV milestone An Early Frost
Defamer on Michelle 'I love penis!' Rodriguez' clumsy outting denials
ModFab predicts the TONY nominations in the half we get most excited about: the musicals. I'm rooting for Grey Gardens currently

9 comments:

Beau said...

JULIE!!!!
(I can't help it. I adore the woman.)

Anonymous said...

mmm... her best ever?

if that`s in fact rue, it would be etressy if she doesn`t get the oscar now.

Beau said...

I can't imagine how anything would top her previous work. I've yet to see 'Baker Boys', but her respective turns in 'Returns' and 'Oleander' were superb.

Steven said...

I was a bit disappointed with Grey Gardens. I'd much rather see Spring Awakening win the Tony. Loved Christine Ebersole and Mary Louise Wilson, though. Wonderful performances.

~Steven

Anonymous said...

Well I have faith in Michelle and I know one day she will act her ass off again. Michelle rules!

NATHANIEL R said...

well i have major faith in her too. but "best ever" would imply, for me, that the role is complex too and as much as I love the book stardust the role itself, while super, isn't really the stuff of her previous "best" work.

unless they've majorly rewritten and beefed up her role...

Anonymous said...

and it is possible

Marius said...

Yeah, Julie is great. I also adore her. And Michelle just needs to make up her mind. She's not fooling anyone.

AJ said...

I loved Pfeiffer's brilliant turns in Batman 2 and White Oleander, but for me her most impressive and brilliant work was in A Thousand Acres. Too bad the movie was a huge mess though, Pfeiffer and Lange were amazing