MovieFone Anne Thompson gives Sandra Bullock some career advice but...
Cinematical doesn't so for Uma Thurman. They just worry that it's headed south
Interview Susan Sarandon grills Carey Mulligan on stardom, Shia and...uh... street walking
I Need My Fix interesting plastic surgery quote from Demi Moore. That is if any plastic surgery quotes can ever be interesting. People torture actresses about this way too much
Cracked "How to Write a Nicholas Sparks Movie." teehee
CHUD 5 movie gimmicks for James Cameron to revive next
Movie|Line interviews The Doors keyboardist and the subject of Oliver Stone's film is raised. Good candid stuff
Everything I Know... reviews The Addams Family on Broadway. I'm so sad that I keep hearing such lackluster things. But this often happens with shows with built in audience. Somewhere deep down in the core of the creative team on shows such as these, whether they'd like to admit it or not, they must know that the quality isn't crucial to success
Finally, Old Hollywood has a choice quote from Tallulah Bankhead, the über quotable. Did any of you had a chance to see the Broadway play Looped? It closes this weekend sadly but I thought it was a good show. And it was definitely up my alley: Old Hollywood gossip, a crazed actress, a Tennessee Williams subplot, even an Oscar conversation. The play is about a looping session for an unintelligible line reading that Tallulah gave in her last film role in 1965's Die! Die! My Darling! You wouldn't think that'd be enough of a concept to sustain a full length Broadway show but the play manages to keep you involved. And I hope the Emmy-winning Valerie Harper (pictured left from the show) is rewarded with a Tony nomination this summer. The Tony voters aren't quite the freaks for mimicry that Oscar voters are but I'm rooting for her nonetheless.