Heading off to play a series of gigs is a little like coming out of hibernation - it's a different way of life. The van is the mothership and the gigs are like the bits in Star Trek when they beam down to a new planet for a bit - without us losing the bloke who you've never seen before. There's the fun of looking up some record shops and old friends who've moved to the places we're visiting - I used to spend time with Anton Newcombe from The Brian Jonestown Massacre when I was living in LA, he's lived in Berlin for a few years and has offered to be out tour guide while we're there.
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In your recent speech at the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center you said, "We need to create an atmosphere that encourages people to speak up, so we get this right." This letter is me speaking up, with the hope that we can get this right.
Given that the depiction of movie violence is inexorably evolving -- constantly seeking to shock audiences in new and more graphic ways -- what are we going to be watching 10 years from now?
Marilyn's sentiment perfectly carried the magic of summer to me: The feeling that you can do any crazy thing you want.
I sat down to talk with Anne Heche about her new comedy, Save Me -- what looks to be a very funny, brave and timely series that puts God on primetime in a way that we have never seen him/her before.
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"So many times in my life I went out hoping to find a spouse and came home empty handed. I wished someone would bring me options."
ne of my favorite TV shows on collecting is American Restoration. I just love that they backstory to how/why/when all these things we love in life came to be.
Maybe we're asking the wrong question by just focusing on whether these haunting CGI merpeople are real or myth. The real question is: Why are we making our oceans too dangerous to sustain all life?
Over the weekend, I was invited to a screening up a new, 11-part webseries, Dude, Where's My Chutzpah?, a one-woman circus (with a lot of help from her friends) by Jessie Kahnweiler, who wrote, directed, produced and stars in the series as... Jessie Kahnweiler.
After releasing her third solo album, Back To Now, last fall, she has been touring the world and also prepping with Morcheeba for a new album. I spoke to Skye about her music, Morcheeba, and her long career.
The East, a thriller co-written by Brit Marling, who stars, and Zal Batmanglu, who directs, features a Svengali type character played to mesmerizing perfection by Alexander Skarsgard. At the film's New York premiere party at Hotel Chantelle's Rooftop on Monday, the actor who has no doubt honed his skills at...
I admit I only went to see the HBO movie Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight here at Cannes as a chance to speak afterwards to director Stephen Frears, who is always a punchy pleasure to interview, what with his curmudgeon biting humor and bright pinpointing eyes.
I'm curious to see how this all looks in 3D, and I'm curious to know what a paying audience will think. But for now, at least, the dark rumors that World War Z would be dead-on-arrival appear to have been greatly exaggerated.
They are back! They are baaaaack! They are ... the three best friends that anybody could have, the three best friends that anybody could have, and they'll never ever, ever ever leave each other.
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Bret Easton Ellis insists on asserting his "dudeness" by publicly splitting himself from the "elf gays." For Ellis there seems to be no realness, no masculinity, no power (and perhaps no self) without a despised, feminine, vulnerable foil.
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Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf,
Anyone who's been married for any length of time should be able to enjoy Richard Linklater's Before Midnight, if squirming in your seat can be considered a form of enjoyment.
Don't miss it! I do mean the fabulous playwright/actor/icon Charles Busch, performing one night only (May 29) at Manhattan's hot spot, 54 Below.
The message Disney sends to the public in changing Merida is that she is not good enough the way she is. In doing that, they are making the same statement to all the young girls out there.
This question originally appeared on Quora. Answer by James Cook, Startup Social Media Guy Sure, The Rolling Stones had the swagger. And The Beatles had all the...
Hair dresser extraordinaire Ted Gibson and I arrived at Debra Messing's home to help get her dolled up for an event recently. We ended up having such a great time laughing and catching up.