Occasionally, the magic of TV and film will flutter over from the sound stages to the real world, allowing fans to briefly exist in these imaginary realms. Nowhere is this more prevalent than in the restaurants and bars that briefly doubled as TV or film sets.
Entitled, "Sigmund Freud Typeface - A Letter to your Shrink," a Kickstarter project, aims to turn the esteemed twentieth-century psychoanalyst's handwriting into a computer typeface that would allow for digital letter writing.
Nora Ephron was never really a celebrity to me so much as she was a dream weaver. I grew up watching her films in my living room. They fed my youthful appetites for romance and humor. Most of all, these films shaped my dreams of love.
There will not be another Nora Ephron or her classic movies, especially for a certain generation who grew up on her movies. We never thought they or she would ever go away, her trademark witty banter between characters.
The Bishop's Wife is the best Christmas movie ever made because it's the only one with Cary Grant. As a dapper angel at Christmastime, Grant does that marvelous, unattainable Edward Cullen thing, except not as a vampire.