It was a family affair at last week’s premiere for “Mr. Peabody & Sherman,” a DreamWorks Animation and 20th Century Fox feature film. The shindig, co-hosted by The Cinema Society, saw appearances by Ty Burrell, Max Charles and of course Mr. Peabody! Some leading ladies showed up as well, including Julianna Margulies, Brooke Shields, Jemima Kirke and Padma Lakshmi. Read More
On November 26, Joshua Bell hosted a Private Holiday Performance and Live Broadcast.
Julianna Margulies and Christine Baranski apparently got holed up on The Good Wife set, but nonetheless, Heather Graham, Michael Feinstein and Maxwell dropped into the holiday merriment at Joshua Bell’s Flatiron penthouse apartment.
Renée Fleming’s beautiful soprano repertoire was the apex of the evening.
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“We have a Shakespearean, Elizabethean temper,” Al Pacino informed a seated crowd Monday evening in Central Park. As part of its 50th Anniversary Gala, the Public Theater was honoring Mr. Pacino with an award, in the form of a prop rapier he had once wielded on stage, “I’m a little nervous,” he laughed. “I wish I had water, but I have a sword,”
If there is a silver lining to be found in the end of the summertime—besides our soon-to-be declining electric bill!—it’s that we are on the precipice of the fall television season. Thank goodness. In an effort to get you and your DVR prepared, here’s the Observer’s fall TV previews. First up, CBS!
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In the opening scene of The Good Wife, an hour-long drama that premieres on CBS this fall, actors Chris Noth and Julianna Margulies hold hands as they walk down a carpeted hallway, through double doors and into the flashes and tape recorders of reporters.
Mr. Noth is in a suit and red tie. Ms. Read More
The New York Stage and Film Company held their Winter Gala at Capitale on the Bowery on Monday, a day of the week when theaters are traditionally dark. Actors gathered to raise money for its residency program—a "safe space," artistically cozy and warm, where actors and directors could go to develop new plays unmolested by Read More
Finally, they’ve given Julianna Margulies her own show, Canterbury’s Law (Fox, 8 p.m.), in which she plays a bitchy (natch) attorney for the falsely accused. Ms. Margulies has certainly paid her dues, appearing during her 18-year career on E.R., Law and Order, Scrubs, The Sopranos, and a whole host of made-for-TV movies, not Read More