The musical Les Misérables has finally made it to the screen, with even more pomp and circumstance than the stage. And, I am happy to report, just as much glory.
The harshest thing I can say about Tom Hooper's Les Misérables is that I can only imagine those who have not seen the original show wondering what the fuss has been all about.
Squalor, sewers, Dickensian suffering, a splendor of operatic riches! If you are director Tom Hooper, how do you follow the drama of the multi-Oscar winning King's Speech?
The Russian Tea Room opened in 1927 (the restaurant closed its doors in 2002 and reopened in 2006) and is currently celebrating its 85th anniversary so recently I decided to pay a visit.
If Wreck-It Ralph's estimate holds, it will have the biggest three-day debut for a non-Pixar Disney cartoon ever. Coming in next was Flight , which inexplicably opened on just 1,800 screens but still had a comparitvely massive opening.
During his meteoric career, Ozwald Boateng's been called the coolest man on Earth, and the fashion world's best-kept secret.
You have to ask yourself the question: which comes first, my home life or my work? Sometimes there's no easy answer.
The Indoor Garden Party saw Russell once more reunited with his Merry Men from 2010's Robin Hood: Scott Grimes (ER, American Dad!), Kevin Durand (Lost, Real Steel), and Alan Doyle.
Miserable no more! Les Miserables just pulled ahead of Silver Linings Playbook in the Best Picture race based upon the predictions of top experts polled by Gold Derby.
We caught up with musician, director, screenwriter, and Quentin Tarantino-collaborator RZA and former WWE champion Dave Bautista to chat about their upcoming film, The Man with the Iron Fists.
Over the years, a slew of outstanding Navy-themed films have furnished us with a variety of salty celluloid adventures worth catching. The following dozen titles comprise my own personal favorites.
Chelsea, you're a funny woman, a great big star on E!, a best-selling author and clearly a pal to Aniston. But Jennifer doesn't need your defense of her.
Was I a general who became a slave who became a gladiator that gave an ass whoopin' to the Emperor of Rome? Hell no. I was just Dori -- a married mother of two in New Jersey.
"Here I am, a French filmmaker, whose work is influenced by American films. And I'm being approached to remake my French film by a Hollywood studio. It really brings things full circle."
At first it seems like a normal day at college. It is gray and cold and I am sitting alone in the cafeteria eating a sad plate of oddly matched f...
So, I'm having a Rat Pack moment the other day, sipping a martini and listening to Frank Sinatra singing "L.A. Is My Lady," when it strikes me that writing Is my lady.