Tell us if this sounds familiar: You’ve awoken with a jerk at 2AM, alone in your fully-lit apartment and still on the couch. On TV, the credits of some random movie are scrolling by. It feels like rock bottom. But, we promise, it’s not! And we know, because we’re just like you: single.
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Three days after the New York Times reported that Representative Charlie Rangel rents four rent-stabilized apartments in Harlem, Rangel’s neighbor, Governor David Paterson, unveiled this public service announcement on the topic of housing for non-rich people, featuring actor Edward Norton, and two others featuring former Giant Tiki Barber and former Met Read More
The Incredible Hulk
Running Time 114 minutes
Written by Zak Penn
Directed by Louis Leterrier
Starring Edward Norton, William Hurt and Liv Tyler
Five years have passed since the first big-screen Hulk wasted the reputation of director Ang Lee on a computer-generated comic strip nobody wanted to Read More
Barack Obama just can’t get those celebs off his back! We hear from Cinematical that Variety’s reporting two-time Oscar nominee Edward Norton and his Class 5 Films are getting ready to shop around a documentary about Mr. Obama’s presidential campaign. And it seems like they were ahead of the hype – the Read More
It was an impressive enough funeral that took place at the modest Catholic church in White Plains on Feb. 13 of last year to memorialize the fallen 24-year-old New York Police Department officer Eric Hernandez.
There were police helicopters flying formations overhead, statements from the Mayor and the police commissioner, bagpipers and horns, drummers Read More
The movie year of 2006 is far from over, despite what the calendar says—at least as far as this reviewer is concerned. Anywhere from 522 to 540 new feature films were exhibited locally this year, depending on who is doing the counting and compiling. Apparently, more big movies were released in the month of December Read More
Edward Norton doesn’t fidget. The 37-year-old actor/director/producer has a preternatural stillness about him, a concentrated containment that leaves no room for finger-tapping, napkin-ripping or foot-jiggling. On a recent gray and rainy afternoon, he was tucked into a leather booth in the Blue Bar of the Algonquin Hotel, sipping green tea. The lobby was bustling with Read More
Beaches beckon. Lobsters lure. Before I head for the hammock and a month’s vacation, here’s a brief lineup of some of the films that will open in August. Except for a few action thrillers like World Trade Center and Snakes on a Plane, the usual plethora of animated kids-out-of-school escapism, and a continuing plague of Read More
Odd films from the New Hollywood continue to dot the landscape. After playing a tattooed neo-Nazi and singing jazz in a Woody Allen musical, the versatile and charismatic two-time Oscar nominee Edward Norton travels the low-budget route in the disturbing but riveting Down in the Valley, a New Age cowboy movie that is more at Read More
The High Line project was officially unveiled at a rail raising (not groundbreaking as Mike Bloomberg pointed out) today with New York’s senior and junior senators, Christine Quinn, Jerry Nadler, Scott Stringer, Dan Doctoroff, Betsy Gotbaum and celebs Edward Norton and Kevin Bacon.
All the elected officials praised the project, and Chuck pointed Read More