Meg Ryan will soon divest herself of the second of her two Soho penthouses at 420 West Broadway, a real-estate source close to the property said.
The affable actress, best known for her romantic comedies Sleepless in Seattle and When Harry Met Sally, now has an accepted offer on her raw-space duplex, which covers 3,034 Read More
Benny Shabtai, the president and owner of Raymond Weil U.S.A., the U.S. division of venerated Swiss luxury watch brand headquartered in Geneva, has decided to cash out of his opulent townhouse at 870 Park Avenue, which had been remodeled by the famed architect Robert A.M. Stern. On Feb. 25, Mr. Shabtai listed the 11,000-square-foot townhouse, Read More
Meg Ryan has always been known for wholesome roles in affable romantic comedies like You’ve Got Mail and When Harry Met Sally. So although she played a slinky downtown vixen opposite Mark Ruffalo in the recent thriller In the Cut, she still retains her sensible pedigree.
Last week, the New York Post reported that Read More
Meg Ryan’s moving on from the glamorous bachelorette pad she bought after her divorce from actor Dennis Quaid two years ago.
The 41-year-old actress, presently starring in this season’s sexy thriller, In the Cut , put the two penthouse apartments at 420 West Broadway in Soho on the market Oct. 21. They can be bought Read More
Runaway Jury , the latest in an endless stream of expensive, bloated, all-star legal thrillers by billionaire hack-writing machine John Grisham to be processed into celluloid Velveeta, gives new meaning to the word “preposterous.” A lot of famous faces populate the courtroom in this overplotted and farfetched tale of jury-tampering, but they and the horse Read More
Nicole Kidman is in the hotel lobby, talking about sex. Anthony Hopkins, sometimes known as Hannibal Lecter, is in the downstairs restaurant, sending his food back twice. Nicolas Cage is on the street outside, munching an ice-cream cone. Francis Ford Coppola is in the kiosk next-door, rifling through the papers for reviews of a new Read More
Since hitting Broadway in August 1998 to take on the role of Sally Bowles in Cabaret , Jennifer Jason Leigh has become a fixture in New York. Even when she hooked up with stage co-star Alan Cumming to write, direct and produce The Anniversary Party in 2001-a movie that revolves around a Who’s Afraid of Read More
Rue or Babalu? Why not both ? For the second year running, we missed out on the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting- no big whoop , since it was about 70 degrees out and the sight of Destiny’s Child in fur-trimmed hot pants just doesn’t make us feel very Christmas-like, and also it Read More
Just three years after they were secretly married at a Lower East Side synagogue, New York darlings Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker bought a quintessential West Village townhouse-also in secret. And in quintessential Sarah
Jessica Parker style-the actress has given scores of interviews about being on welfare as a child-the purchase was a bargain. Read More
Ed Harris’ Pollock
is swarming with multiple credits, including a screenplay by Barbara Turner and
Susan J. Emshwiller, based on the book, Jackson
Pollock: An American Saga , by Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith.
Nonetheless, Mr. Harris was reportedly the driving force behind getting the
picture made-and yet, all in all, the end result Read More