3 items from 2012
I invite you to check out the videos of my in-depth interviews with three great talents who were nominated for Emmys this morning, as well as a plethora of others who were not but just as easily could have been.
nominated for best actor in a drama series
nominated for best actress in a comedy series, best directing for a comedy series, and best writing for a comedy series
nominated for best supporting actress in a movie/mini-series
Krysten Ritter (Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23)
Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation)
- Scott Feinberg
The Latin Grammys remain with Univision for another six years: "The Latin Recording Academy and Univision announced today a new six-year deal that will keep the biggest night in Latin music, the annual Latin Grammy Awards telecast, on Univision through 2018. Univision has been the home of the Latin Grammys since 2005. This year's Xiii Annual Latin Grammy Awards will take place live on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas from 8 - 11 p.m. Et/Pt (7 p.m. Central) ... 'We are very pleased to continue our longstanding partnership with our friends at Univision,' said Gabriel Abaroa Jr., President/CEO of The Latin Recording Academy." Market Watch Jim Whitaker talks about his Emmy-contending 9/11 documentary "Rebirth": "At some point, Whitaker decided that it would be important to provide not only time-lapse footage showing the site rebounding from the trauma that it had endured, but also 'human time-lapse' »
Chicago – Many critics failed to take Lynne Ramsay’s “We Need to Talk About Kevin” seriously, dismissing it as an art house retread of “The Omen.” Such a simplistic label fails to take into account the film’s carefully textured portrait of a deeply fractured mother-son relationship. Though the film takes its premise to melodramatic extremes, it does harbor considerable insight into the repercussions of a disconnect between parent and child.
Eva (Tilda Swinton) is the sort of mother who causes strangers to wince while passing her in the supermarket. She can barely contain the intense dislike that she feels for her child. Motherhood is a form of entrapment in her eyes, and her attempts to care for her young son lack any sense of genuine compassion. When she snaps on a hollow smile to calm her crying son, the moment is both chilling and darkly funny. It only gets »
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3 items from 2012