Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Link Parade: Tilda, Carole, Hugh & Nicole

SF360 Hollywood does still have rebel forces. Tilda Swinton reminds us she's still Derek Jarman's girl, with this amazing speech [src]
Coming Soon talks with Hugh Jackman: The Fountain, the new Bazmark (yay!) and Wolverine
Cinefille pays tribute to Julie Andrews. SAG will, too
NY Times asked comedic stars to choose their five favorite funny films. The answers skew very contemporary as if these famous folks haven't realized their genre has been in a free fall since the 1930s [src]
WOW Dylan bitches about gay filmmakers' internalized homophobia. It comes out in the casting
Towleroad Carol Channing's publicist struggles to protect the base
Film Ick has photos of the daemon stand-ins from The Golden Compass as well as a nice shot of Nicole Kidman as Mrs. Coulter (not Ann, but still fairly evil)


Jason Adams said...

I am giddy that they thought to ask Anna Faris in that NYT comedy article. She's the funniest young actress working today. I said it!

Also, that Judd Apatow answered Terms of Endearment.

Anonymous said...

I love Tilda. Even (especially?) when she goes a bit odd. Plus Mr. Jarman needs and deserves all the defenders he can get (and could you hope for better than Tilda?)

Anonymous said...

And the Carol Channing thing... what's more disturbing to me than the fact that Carol may have been misconstrued as homophobic (silly, in my opinion) is the number of babygays in the Towleroad comments claiming to have no idea who she is. If you don't know who Carol Channing is, can you really be gay? I knew Americans were bad with education and history and such, but young gays with no knowledge of Carol Channing? Oh, it's a sad day...

Anonymous said...

The new Bazmark! YAY! I cannot freakin wait for Baz'z new film.

And Nicole looks perfect for Mrs. Coulter