5 items from 2015
The Paris Theatre première of Albert Maysles' portrait of Iris Apfel
The Paris Theatre Magnolia Pictures première of Albert Maysles' Iris was hosted by Bruce Weber, Jenna Lyons, Alexis Bittar, Stefano Tonchi, Bill Brand, James Gager, Mindy Grossman, Meredith Melling, Isabel and Ruben Toledo, with an introduction of the screening by Albert's daughter Rebekah Maysles.
Among those who attended the glamorous evening were Yigal Azrouel, Lynn Yaeger, Gina Gershon, Dree Hemingway, Carol Alt, Cory Kennedy, Erin Fetherston, Maria Cornejo, Marin Ireland, Robert Verdi, Michelle Harper, Phillip Bloch, Amy Fine Collins, Ike Ude, Hilary Rhoda, Chris Benz, Danielle Snyder, Jodie Snyder, Johan Lindeberg, Kate Foley, Nicky Hilton, Kelly Rutherford, Josh Braun, Dan Braun, Cricket Burns, Allison Serafin, America Olivo, Jay Manuel, Joanna Mastroianni, Christian Campbell, Erin Beatty, Elle King, Hailey Gates, Hal Rubenstein, Willy Muse, Louise Roe, Jeffrey Costello and Robert Tagliapietra.
Iris Apfel on Albert Maysles: "Oh, »
- Anne-Katrin Titze
Created by Jack Kenny
Aired on NBC for 1 season (8 episodes, 4 unaired) from January 6, 2006 – January 20, 2006
Susanna Thompson as Judith Webster
Alison Pill as Grace
Ellen Burstyn as Bishop Beatrice Congreve
Episcopalian Christian minister Daniel Webster has a special relationship with Jesus Christ, in that he can literally see and talk to him. Daniel’s life is difficult and not even visitations from the son of God are enough to assuage his pain, which has him addicted to narcotic painkillers. The series begins a year after one of his twin sons has departed from suffering from leukemia. This event may’ve been the cause of Daniel’s drug intake and also why his wife is a functioning alcoholic. They have »
- Jean Pierre Diez
HBO has just unveiled the first trailer for the second season of its much acclaimed anthology crime drama series "True Detective". They've also confirmed an earlier premiere date than expected - June 21st.
Colin Farrell, Vince Vaughn, Taylor Kitsch and Rachel McAdams star in the new season which is set in Los Angeles. Vaughn plays a career criminal and the others are cops who must all navigate a web of conspiracy in the aftermath of a murder.
- Garth Franklin
In anticipation of the Feb. 13 premiere, Variety has a sneak peek clip of “Bad Hair Day,” in which Marano stars opposite Baker, who’s also exec producing. The TV movie follows a high school tech wiz, Monica (Marano), on her disastrous prom day, starting when she wakes up with uncontrollable hair and a destroyed gown, and ending with her leaning on a cop, Liz (Baker) who’s on the search for a missing necklace that’s inexplicably in her possession. Prom day only gets worse when the unlikely duo is pursued by a dogged jewel thief (Christian Campbell) on a wild chase across the city.
The comedic duo tells Variety about their new pic.
You’ve both had huge success on hit Disney Channel shows. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Friday the 13th of February will indeed be an unlucky day for Austin & Ally‘s Laura Marano, when the Disney Channel original movie Bad Hair Day premieres — and TVLine has an exclusive look at the extended trailer.
In Bad Hair Day, Marano plays Monica, a high school senior who on the morning of her prom can’t even come close to managing her mane. Worse, her dress gets wrecked, and then on top of it all, Monica is mistakenly enlisted by Liz (Good Luck Charlie‘s Leigh-Allyn Baker), a down-on-her-luck cop who’s on the trail of a jewel thief »
5 items from 2015
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