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On Thursday evening, after a screening of his new Civil War film, The Conspirator, Robert Redford was describing his personal political evolution, which began at age 13 with an award from his U.S. senator, Richard Nixon.
“I didn’t know anything at that point,” Mr. Redford, who grew up in Los Angeles, told Time editor Rick Read More
— Hubbell prefers Hollywood, and so, too, it seems may the Redford clan. Amy Redford, the golden boy’s 39-year-old daughter, has sold her Greenwich Village apartment for $985,000. The mailing address listed on the deed is a Los Angeles one. The wispy blonde was born and grew up on the Upper East Side and also has a Read More
British-Indian novelist Salman Rushdie was one of the first to arrive at the National Arts Awards at Cipriani 42nd Street on Monday, Oct. 5. Known as a champion of freedom of expression, the author ruminated on the current challenges faced by the world of the arts, and the particular struggle of the written word.
Do you remember the first time you became aware of Bradley Cooper? I sure do. It was sometime during the first episode of Alias, circa 2001, and Mr. Cooper played Will Tippen, best friend to Jennifer Garner’s Sydney Briscow. What I remember is being distracted from the increasingly complicated plot by the fact Read More
As the “Special Guest Host” at the Jackie Robinson Foundation Annual Awards Dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria on Monday night, Bill Cosby put the benefit’s guests through a gentle ribbing. “I would like all of the scholars to just say hello,” Mr. Cosby said to the packed ballroom. “And I would like the people responsible for Read More
Monday: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
As part of their “31 Days of Oscar,” Turner Classic Movies is pulling out all of your dusty old favorites this month. So here’s Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, one of those movies where everything clicks into place like a tumbler in a lock. William Goldman’s Read More
On Monday, Oct. 27, Amy Redford was juggling her 2-month-old baby, Eden, chatting with a reporter and readying herself for a photograph when she suddenly remembered that she hadn’t really had time that day to look at herself in the mirror. She shrugged apologetically in the universally accepted new-mother-what-can-you-do way, and grinned at her daughter. Read More
We’ve seen a lot tributes to the late Paul Newman this week. He touched a great many people, from director Robert Benton to David Letterman to director Sam Mendes. It seems that everyone who met him had a story to tell.
However, the stories we’ve been most interested to hear Read More
I just came from seeing the premiere of Amy Redford’s directorial debut, Guitar. Just two rows ahead of me was the (still gorgeous) golden head of her father, Sundance Film Festival founder, Robert Redford. He was wearing a black turtleneck, camel-colored scarf, glasses, and tried to stay as low-key as possible (not an easy task Read More
For all his winning charm, Tom Cruise is despised by his Lions for Lambs co-stars Robert Redford and Meryl Streep, an insider told the Huffington Post. When the subject of Ms. Streep and Mr. Redford’s absence from a recent dinner honoring Mr. Cruise was raised at the event, the source reportedly spilled the Read More