The Hollywood Reporter has posted a gallery of its covers since its reinvention as a glossy. Of the thirty covers included, three feature Ryan Seacrest (two of those with his American Idol castmates). One features the cast of the Idol-alike reality show The Voice. Two feature the cast of Glee. In thirty issues, Read More
Nikki Finke’s Deadline is reporting that Adam Moss’s New York has signed with ICM to market its stories for movie and TV deals. The report mentions past New York-to-Hollywood productions like American Gangster, Goodfellas, and Saturday Night Fever; as for future projects, may we suggest movies based on a biopic treatment of “Read More
Rupert Murdoch’s New York Post has made hay of the Anthony Weiner story–today’s coverline, “Pop Goes the Weasel,” deals (albeit tastelessly) with the just-announced pregnancy of Mr. Weiner’s wife, Huma Abedin–and his London-based Times is chasing the story as well, with a smaller-than-might-be-expected touch of British restraint. Today brings the luridly-portmanteau’d Read More
The climb to Valhalla is treacherous—but lawyers, babies, Howell Raines and a barreling truck couldn’t keep Jill Abramson down. Read More
In the lobby of the Hollywood Life offices in a nondescript Midtown East office tower, a young writer in thigh-high lacy stockings, short-shorts and a black fedora importuned the receptionist for suggestions on what to eat for lunch.
“How about Mexican?” her friend offered.
“Perfect! But do you think they’d give me just the tortilla? Read More
President Obama’s visit to Ground Zero yesterday was the image that led newspapers front pages in New York and around the country. The coverage decisions were complicated slightly by reports yesterday that Osama bin Laden had been plotting a new attack on Ground Zero in time for the 10th anniversary of 9/11 attacks.
The New Read More
New York Times columnist Clyde Haberman is taking his act to the Internet.
Haberman emailed friends this evening to announce that after a somewhat abrupt ending of his 16-year print column last month, he’ll continue writing for The Times.
[S]tarting Monday I will begin a new column, offering my take Read More
Here are the papers from around the state.
The New York papers are somewhat split, with previewing Obama’s visit to Ground Zero, and carrying news about the White House decision to not release photos proving Osama bin Laden is dead. The New York Post editorial board praises the non-release of the photos, and Read More