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Anyone who has ever watched the Godzilla films knows that he isn’t a monster at all. More of a protector really. So this hotel room opening in Tokyo, really is quite soothing to know you have someone looking over you. Not scary at all, honestly.
For just $334 a night on weekdays, you can have Godzilla’s hand looming over you as you sleep and a statue of the kaiju peacefully guarding your doorway. You can even get a room that looks directly out at a Godzilla head mounted on the roof of the hotel.
Ah the Japanese; so like us.
We all know Michael Keaton should’ve won an Oscar last Sunday. In fact, he probably thought so too. Take a look at this Vine, in which it kind of looks like he’s putting a piece of paper, maybe an acceptance speech back into his jacket pocket right »
- Brian Welk
To get red carpet-ready, it takes a villiage...plus celebrity makeup artist Tina Turnbow. The E! Style Collective member works with such clients as Keri Russell, Taylor Schilling and Patricia Arquette. But she spent this past Oscars weekend glamming up actress Marisa Tomei. Here, we go behind the scenes with the makeup maven. The beauty guru breaks down Marisa's looks for the CAA Oscar Party, the Independent Spirit Awards and the Vanity Fair Oscar Party and muses about the ultimate perk of her job. My Oscars weekend was full of good times and beauty fun. Part of the reason was because I worked with the beautiful, very talented Marisa Tomei. I had the opportunity to be a part of a »
Marisa Tomei will star in a HBO miniseries about Gloria Steinem - Vulture You need to be paying more attention to Aziz Ansari - HuffPost Entertainment Amy Poehler said the sweetest thing about Parks and Recreation - Hitfix These Game of Thrones memes are pretty epic - Moviefone The TV spinoffs you wish would happen but probably won't - Cracked Apparently The Walking Dead has gone too far for fans - BuzzFeed Did you miss the Voice premiere? Here's what happened - BuddyTV 10 reasons Gossip Girl never really left our hearts - Gossip Girl The saddest moment of the Oscars - Popsugar Celebrity & News »
A new alternative poster has been released for touching drama Love is Strange, which you can check out below. You can also read our review of the movie here.
A darling of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Love Is Strange has had some very strong reviews and word-of-mouth have left many waiting patiently for the film to be released. The film stars John Lithgow (3rd Rock From the Sun) and Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2) as a newly married couple , George and Ben, whose lives are turned upside down when George is let go at his job, forcing the couple to separate and find accommodation with friends and family, which puts added strain on their already stressful situation.
- Luke Owen
Big shoes to fill! Marisa Tomei has been tapped to play famed feminist leader Gloria Steinem in an upcoming HBO miniseries. The project is being produced by George Clooney and is called Ms. for the feminist magazine by the same name, which Steinem founded with editor Letty Cottin Pogrebin in the 1970s. According to Deadline, the miniseries will focus on the years surrounding the first issue of Ms. in 1971. Kathy Najimy (The Guilt Trip) will reportedly play Bella Abzug, a former member of the U.S. House of [...] »
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- Christopher Campbell
What will March bring to Netflix? Plenty of great TV shows, some killer recent and classic movies, and a slew of highly anticipated Netflix Originals.
First off, there's more amazing TV coming to Netflix in March than we've seen in the past six, with new seasons of "Mad Men," "Glee," and "Archer" coming to the streaming service. What's more? The complete series of "3rd Rock From the Sun" (Yes!) and "A Different World" are also being added. For the latter, I plan on queueing up some "very special episodes" that remind me of my childhood. Also, Marisa Tomei was on it. Remember?! In addition to the shows you know, some spankin' new Netflix Originals are being added: Tina Fey's half-hour comedy "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," starring "The Office's" Ellie Kemper, and "Bloodline," a dramatic thriller starring Oscar-winner Sissy Spacek.
In terms of movies, Netflix is not disappointing. Recent releases »
- Tim Hayne
George Clooney is not particularly known for his feminism, nor his producing of television. These points are set to change, however, with news of an upcoming HBO miniseries – executive produced by Clooney, Grant Heslov and Bruce Cohen – titled Ms. The project will star Marisa Tomei as Gloria Steinem, and Kathy Najimy as Bella Azbug, and will focus specifically on the founding of the groundbreaking Ms Magazine in 1971. Steinem herself will serve as consultant on the series.
Ms Magazine is an American feminist publication which made its debut as an insert in New York Magazine in 1971. Its first full issue hit the news stands in January 1972, with its initial run having sold out in eight days. Now published by the Feminist Majority Foundation, the magazine has a rich history of being at the forefront of the feminist movement, being the first U.S publication to address the subject of domestic violence, »
- Sarah Myles
It seems Marisa Tomei is ready to return to her small-screen roots. Would you like us to explain?
Per our sister site Deadline, Ms. will focus on the creation of Steinem’s feminist-themed magazine of the same name, which began publishing in the early 1970s.
Tomei and Najimy will executive-produce the project, »
On the heels of the 2011 documentary Gloria – In Her Own Words, HBO is revisiting the life and career of feminist icon Gloria Steinem with Ms., a miniseries that would star Oscar winner Marisa Tomei as the journalist and social activist. George Clooney, his producing partner Grant Heslov and Bruce Cohen executive produce the project, now in development, which is toplined/exec produced by Tomei and Kathy Najimy. The mini takes a look at the creation of Ms. Magazine in 1971… »
Oscar winner Marisa Tomei is set to play social and political activist Gloria Steinem in “Ms.,” a miniseries co-starring Kathy Najimy that is currently in development at HBO. Steinem will serve as a consultant on the project, which Bruce Cohen (“Silver Linings Playbook”) is executive producing with George Clooney and Grant Heslov, as well as Tomei and Najimy. The miniseries will examine the creation of Ms. magazine in 1971 through the eyes of both the women who founded and ran it, and those whose lives it changed during the world-altering early days of the Women’s Movement. Also Read: Sam Rockwell, »
- Jeff Sneider
HitFix Award Gurus Kris Tapley and Greg Ellwood are both attending Saturday's Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday (February 21) afternoon in Santa Monica and they left me to handle HitFix's Independent Spirit Awards Winners & Losers list. And once I'm watching Saturday's show, I might as well be live-blogging Saturday's show as preparation for Sunday's Oscars live-blog, especially since is the last time that "Birdman" and "Boyhood" will be going head-to-head for Best Picture (along with "Selma" and "Whiplash") before the Academy Awards. So follow along and say "Hi" in the comments below... And remember that Saturday's show, hosted by Kristen Bell and Fred Armisen, is airing live on IFC, not that obnoxious tape-delayed thing they used to do! 1:50 p.m. Pt. The show hasn't started, but if you're following the Winners list, you know that "Birdman" has already won for for cinematography, while "Whiplash" won for editing, both results I can accept. »
- Daniel Fienberg
There are few people that know the history of Oscar hair better than Adir Abergel. Easily one of the most famous celebrity hairstylist on the planet, he has been getting A-listers ready for the Academy Awards for well over a decade. And on Sunday he will be working his magic yet again on Best Actress winner Reese Witherspoon. But before this year's red carpet prepping begins we asked the beloved mane man to pick his top 5 favorite hairstylist from past Oscars. We have a feeling you're going to agree with his choices: 1. Marisa Tomei in 2009: "This was an updo with cascades of soft movement that mirrored the twists and turns of the dress," says Abergel, explaining his »
Luckily, Taylor Swift won’t have to shake anything off when it comes to Orlando Bloom wanting to move the hell away from her. Reports claim Bloom isn’t feeling being neighbors with the singer in NYC’s Tribeca neighborhood. It’s not because her cats have gotten out of control, and most definitely not because her model friends constantly parade in and out. It’s because the paparazzi are always swarming her place.
It’s only been six months and the actor has reportedly already put his apartment on the market. Maybe he isn’t feeling the love since he’s not as popular with the press, or maybe he just doesn’t want to deal with the paparazzi madness (because who has time for that)?
- Taylor Ferber
Title: The Rewrite Rlje/Image Entertainment Director: Marc Lawrence Writer: Marc Lawrence Cast: Hugh Grant, Marisa Tomei, Bella Heathcote, Allison Janney, J.K. Simmons and Chris Elliott Running time: 106 min, Unrated Theatrical Release Date: February 13, 2015 Keith Michaels (Hugh Grant) is an Oscar-winning Hollywood screenwriter who peaked with said screenplay over 10 years ago. Due to his track record of flops since, he can’t land a job in Hollywood anymore. Desperate and broke, he begs his agent Ellen (Caroline Aaron) to find him anything, and she manages to find him a job as a guest screenwriting professor at an upstate New York university. He thinks this will be a cush [ Read More ]
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Marisa Tomei is making a foray into TV producing with a first-look development deal at HBO. Under the one-year pact, the Oscar-winning actress will develop, produce and possibly star in projects for the pay cable network. Tomei, who once again was courted for pilots this season, recently made her feature producing debut with Loitering With Intent, which she produced alongside Lars Knudsen and Jay Van Hoy of Parts And Labor and in which she stars opposite Sam… »
"When a piece is that romantic, there's no need to embellish," remarks Alfred Molina's music teacher George after witnessing an orchestral performance. It's a piece of advice heeded by writer-director Ira Sachs for his touching Love Is Strange, a film laden with dignity and restraint that never needs to resort to melodrama or contrivance.
The story kicks off with the wedding of George and artist Ben (John Lithgow), a long-term gay couple whose tenderness, sincerity and emotional intimacy is wonderfully captured by Sachs's lens. They're soon forced to live apart for financial reasons after George is abhorrently sacked from his teaching post once the news of his same-sex marriage spreads. Life apart poses its own problems, especially once Ben's health begins to deteriorate. »
The British star's role in the new rom-com is his first movie since 2012, and that’s no accident.
"I've always been half running away from show business and I'm delighted when I'm not doing any acting," says Grant.
Instead of leading ladies, Grant’s been pursuing other interests. He was inspired to become more active in politics after the 2011 News of the World phone-hacking scandal and has been working on a political campaign that he calls his "full-time job."
Grant plays a teacher in The Rewrite, and the actor admits he's also considered education as a secondary career.
"I've done tiny bits of teaching in my life and I like it," says Grant. "My mom was a teacher and I've seen that it's strangely fulfilling »
Dig beneath the chat about explicit content and it being reported as a follow-up of sorts to Queer As Folk, and Russell T Davies' new programme Cucumber has proven itself to be one of the most grown up dramas about relationships of recent times. At a point when television and cinema tends to focus on the challenges of young love, Cucumber takes a cold stare at what happens many years down the line. It's often uncomfortable to watch, but it feels true, honest and compelling drama.
Love Is Strange attracts fewer headlines, but it too not only treats its audience as grown-ups, it makes sure the film is about grown ups as well.
Everybody's got to start somewhere: For some people it's theater or commercials, but for many, many actors, their first job was on a soap opera. Julianne Moore played dual characters on "As the World Turns," Laurence Fishburne played a teen drug dealer on "One Life to Live" and Susan Sarandon played a murderous drifter on "Search for Tomorrow," a soap that was also among the first gigs for Tommy Lee Jones, Kevin Kline, and Viggo Mortensen.
- Sharon Knolle
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