Red Carpet Real Estate
Is Meg Ryan sleepless in her rental pad at 40 Mercer Street? Well, the romantic comedy queen has recently been checking out downtown condos with pools, according to the New York Post.
There are cabanas, a pool straight out of Antony and Cleopatra and a private club at 40 Mercer Street. Perhaps we shouldn’t be shocked that two twenty-somethings have purchased a $7 million condo in the building, but of course we still are.
The two young Greek buyers, Aristi and Ilias Sarras, have dropped a stunning $7.565 Read More
Oh, these naughty alpha males and their uncontrollable libidos! We’ve had a parade of powerful men in picture-perfect marriages, exposed as lying horndogs: John Edwards, Mark Sanford, Tiger Woods, Eliot Spitzer, now even (allegedly) Al Gore. And just look at their lovely, betrayed wives, each one “handling” the situation with her own brand of dignity. Read More
Overhwlemed by choices? Here are the Observer’s top nine picks at Tribeca. Click on the slideshow to see what not to miss! And check back during the week for dispatches, updates and everything else from the festival.
Scarlett Johansson married Ryan Reynolds in Vancouver this weekend. [People]
Real Housewives of New York City star Luann de Lesseps managed to give dating advice to two women at the St. Regis that was at once unsolicited, racist, and sexist. [P6]
Drew Barrymore’s friends think she start seeing Read More
Lindsay Lohan‘s girlfriend Samantha Ronson reportedly refused to DJ a benefit for Rubyfruit, a West Village lesbian bar, because she "doesn’t do those kinds of venues." [P6]
Porn star Jenna Jameson is expecting twins with her boyfriend, UFC fighter Tito Oritz. We guess the two will split the playground taunts equally. Read More
Monday evening, the most celeb-packed event in town may not have been the photographer-infested Marc Jacobs show, but an all-but-unpublicized affair across town that took place concurrently—we can only assume this was intentional, in hopes that the fashion machine would be otherwise occupied—on far West 31st Street, where David Arquette and Ben Harper were Read More
Running time 114 minutes
Written and directed by Diane English
Starring Meg Ryan, Annette Bening, Eva Mendes, Debra Messing
Diane English’s The Women, from her own screenplay, is supposedly based on George Cukor’s 1939 adaptation by Anita Loos and Jane Murfin of Clare Boothe Luce’s 1936 Broadway play. Both Read More
Apparently, an increasingly coherent and aware Britney Spears is upset about her mother Lynne’s forthcoming tell-all, Through the Storm. The book reveals, among other things, that the pop star lost her virginity at 14 and began drinking in middle school, along with embarrassing details about Britney’s many, many crack-ups. No longer content to act as Read More
In the upcoming film The Women, a remake of the 1939 George Cukor classic that’s been re-imagined by writer-director Diane English, Meg Ryan’s hair could be billed as a supporting character to its gaggle of stars: Annette Bening, Cloris Leachman, Debra Messing, Jada Pinkett Smith, Candice Bergen, Eva Mendes and, of course, Ms. Ryan. When Read More