Sundance Film Festival
Day 2 of the Sundance Film Festival found The Observer snowbound in the extreme. We’re talking enough snow to give Mayor Bloomberg and the New York City transit system nightmares. Astronomic surcharges became the norm as Park City’s anemic livery force struggled to even make the most ludicrous time frames: ”Yeah I can have a guy up there in like 3 and a half hours?” deadpanned one audacious taxi dispatcher, who seemed to take pleasure in seeing so many city slickers squeal.
Following secret performances by Iggy Pop and Courtney Love, the red-hot Don Hill’s hosted the Yeah Yeah Yeahs for the Dazed and Confused after party last night. Owner Nur Khan held court once again as familiar faces such as Terry Richardson, Charlotte Ronson, Juliette Lewis and Josh Hartnett — a fixture at Paul Sevigny’s Read More
2010 has turned into quite the banner year for journalists hoping to interview Bill Murray. For whatever the reason — perhaps a New Year’s resolution to return the calls made to his infamous 800-number — the notoriously elusive Murray is suddenly kind of everywhere! The result has pulled back the curtain to reveal a guy who Read More
Even though the dreamy, oft-goateed actor Josh Hartnett spent $2.4 million on a Tribeca apartment a few years ago, he had been renting a relatively modest downtown loft until this month, according to three sources. One of them, who saw the place just after Mr. Hartnett left, said the 2,200-square-foot apartment at 237 Lafayette Street Read More
Derek Anderson and Victor Kubicek, founders of the Halcyon film company, had never produced a major motion picture when they quietly acquired the Terminator franchise two years ago, while the big studios weren’t looking.
“Through the grapevine we heard that the owners of Terminator were in an egregious split, but it wasn’t on Read More
A few years ago, Katherine, an actress in her mid-20s who lives in Park Slope, was cast in a play by a theater director several years her senior. He wasn’t particularly attractive. In fact, he was almost effeminate. But he was intelligent and not too forward, and he was always surrounded by beautiful women—which, Katherine Read More
It’s only day two, and already the glossip coming out of London Fashion Week is outdoing New York.
After attending New York Fashion Week with her boyfriend, DJ Mark Ronson—the two attended Alexander Wang‘s show last week—Daisy Lowe has returned back to London a single woman.
The Daily Mail reports Read More
Attending the premiere of Warner Brothers’ Batman: The Dark Knight at AMC Loews Lincoln Square on Monday, July 14: the film’s stars Christian Bale, Maggie Gyllenhaal (wearing charcoal Dries Van Noten splashed with flowers and accompanied by husband Peter Sarsgaard), Morgan Freeman, Gary Oldman and Aaron Eckhart; actors Ethan Hawke, Edie Falco, Josh Hartnett, Seth Read More
Running time 88 minutes
Written by Howard A. Rodman
Directed by Austin Chick
Starring Josh Hartnett, Adam Scott, Naomie Harris, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Rip Torn, Robin Tunney, David Bowie
Worse still, there’s a deadly, amateurish infection going around called August, with yet another novocained performance by zombified Josh Hartnett as a Read More
Besides the thrill of watching David Bowie lean forward all Bond-villian-like and say, "We don’t much like the way you conduct your business," the trailer for the new Josh Hartnett film August will thrill New York real estate wonks that use the research Web site PropertyShark.
Mr. Hartnett plays Tom Sterling, a luxury Read More