Volatile publisher Judith Regan on Michael Wolff and his portrayal of her in his recent The Man Who Owns the News: "He’s grossly irresponsible. I’m going to sue him personally, so he’ll have to spend his own money. He projects his own perverted view of the world on everyone else. He is consumed with Read More
Last night’s Calvin Klein 40th Anniversary party was held in a John Pawson-designed, temporary structure on 10th Avenue and 30th Street built specifically for the event.
Adjacent to the space—fittingly, it seemed to be constructed from the same building material used to turn Manhattan living rooms into second bedrooms—was the new Highline Park, which Read More
Marc Jacobs and boyfriend Lorenzo Martone—whom we still think are not married—vacationed in Ibiza with Kate Moss and her mom, Linda. Ms. Moss’s daughter, Lila Grace, was on hand to snap the party photos. [Fashionologie via The Cut]
Diane von Furstenberg is teaming up with the Andy Read More
Running Time 107 minutes
Written by Michael Haneke
Directed by Michael Haneke
Starring Naomi Watts, Tim Roth, Michael Pitt, Brady Corbet
You know what garbage is, but until you see Funny Games, a bucket of swill by Austrian wacko Michael Haneke, you have no idea how bad it can Read More
At the Free Arts NYC 8th Annual Art Auction Benefit at the Milk Gallery on Monday, April 23, stars discussed the power of the arts with the Transom.
“Well, just always to encourage someone to seek a creative life is wonderful,” said a glowing Naomi Watts, whose dress, by Australian designer Stephanie Conley, gracefully draped 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
The movie business (or what’s left of it) is always manic-depressive, but when there’s a war, it’s even worse. During every U.S. killing spree, there’s no middle ground. Movies fall into two categories: a few crumbs for mature audiences that are serious and thoughtful and doomed at the box office, or piles of giddy and Read More
At a press junket for the film We Don’t Live Here Anymore at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 10, the reporters were there to meet the actors-but the one camera in the place was focused on a reporter.
Casey Basden, the 25-year-old in charge of the entertainment section of the city’s paper, The Park Read More
Mortgage payments, cobwebs and film festivals: Just when you think you’ve got one out of the way, another one shows up to take its place. Do not believe overpaid actors who cry poor mouth. Overstuffed programs in Venice, Montreal and Toronto have recently proved there is no such thing as a faltering economy in the Read More