5 items from 2017
By Jose Solís.
Emmanuelle Devos puts her sunglasses on. We are sitting in a room surrounded by marble busts and large windows, and she finds the light too bright. There surrounded by art pieces and posters of her new film Moka, she has never looked more like a movie star. And yet, her effortless grace and warm smile make her equally earthy. She speaks in a soft voice, laughs a lot, and has bright answers to all my questions. She was in New York to celebrate the opening of Frédéric Mermoud’s Moka, in which she plays Diane, a woman trying to avenge the death of her child at the hands of a merciless driver. She comes to believe she found the culprit and it turns out to be Marlène, played by Nathalie Baye. What follows is a psychological game in which we see Diane become both appalled and attracted by this woman. »
Spoiler Warning: Details about Friday’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race are revealed below.
Well I’m glad I buckled my seat belt — that was a bumpy ride!
I was tickled pink (as I usually am!) by the fact that Trinity Taylor was not eliminated. She got all Olympic gymnast on us and Fought for her right to remain in the competition with one of the best lip sync numbers I have ever seen. In. My. Life. And trust me, darlings, I get around. This is not my first gay rodeo.
I was disappointed to see Charlie Hides leave last week. »
- Carson Kressley
12 April 2017 4:41 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Workplace thrillers have become a specialty of French cinema in recent years, with films like Laurent Cantet’s Human Resources, Jacques Audiard’s Read My Lips, Pascal Bonitzer’s Right Here Right Now and the Vincent Lindon starrer The Measure of a Man turning regular day jobs into situations of high anxiety, whether of the legal or criminal kind.
The latest addition to the lineup is the intense executive drama Corporate, which stars the tightly wound Celine Sallette as an Hr manager who finds herself on the company firing line when one of her employees commits suicide. Inspired by events and practices abundant »
- Jordan Mintzer
There was more than enough politics for Stephen Colbert to talk about last night and he hit up nearly everyone in the administration. From his rants about the intelligence source of Devin Nunes, to the new “job” that Ivanka Trump now has as well as new jobs from Trump’s sons Eric and Donald Jr. being “in charge of the National Hair Gel Reserve,” it was an anything goes kind of night. Of course Colbert also poked jabs at Vladimir Putin’s “Read my Lips” flub by saying,“It’s the reason Vlad lost Jeopardy’s War Criminals Week.” But perhaps the highlight of the
- Nat Berman
Russian President Vladimir Putin has condemned allegations of Russia interfering with the U.S. election as “fictional, illusory, provocations and lies.” He made the comments on Thursday, when speaking at a panel session in the Russian city of Archangel, according to CNN. When asked directly if Russia helped get Donald Trump elected as president, Putin responded: “Read my lips. No,” according to CNN. The U.S. House and Senate have launched individual intelligence committees to explore possible ties between Russian officials and members of Us President Donald Trump’s campaign team. Also Read: Judge Napolitano Stands By Wiretapping Claim in »
- Brian Flood
5 items from 2017
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