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Saturday
Feb 04 2017

I'm so glad we had this link together

DeciderJoe Reid on the repetitive lie that Oscar shuns popular movies
Interviewshared a Winona Ryder interview from 1990.I can't tell you how formative this was for me.I had the photoshoot plastered all over my bedroom.I was obsessed with her quotables.
PlaybillBroadway aimedMoulin Rouge!will be trying to cast its Satine (!!!),or at least a temporary Satine for readings and such,on February 17th at an Equity-only audition
MNPPGreat Moments in Movie Shelves visitsThe Royal Tenenbaumsgame closet
AV ClubIMDb is shutting down its message boards

Deadlinefile this under "it's about time"- Sarah Paulson is finally getting lead roles in features!She'll headlineLost Girls,a serial killer drama in which she plays a mother searching for her daughter
i09revisitsSuspiriabefore the remake by Luca Guadagnino
The Guardianwe need to be listening to Middle Eastern cinema right now
VarietyLeslie Mann and John Cho to host this year's Sci-Tech awards for the Academy
Tracking BoardWhoa.Carol Burnett,who is 83,might be coming back with a new sitcom.Come on Octogenarians!(See also: Rita Moreno,who is 85 and great onOne Day at a Time)
VarietyOh,this is so sad.Sunday in the Park with Georgewon't be eligible for the Tonys so no Jake Gyllenhaal for Best Actor despite the raves
Boy CulturePatrick Wilson didnt get paid for this advertisement
VarietyThe Weinstein Co will distribute a new Diane Keaton / Brendan Gleeson dramaHampsteadfrom the director ofLast Chance Harvey
The Guardian"why I love Emma Stone"

Monday
Dec 19 2016

Jake Comes Back Singing

by Eric Blume

Playbill recently announced that one of our very favorite Oscar nominees/hunks/great actors,Jake Gyllenhaal,will reprise his four-day stint from October as French painter George Seurat in Steven Sondheim'sSunday in the Park with Georgefor an official ten-week Broadway run.  Previews begin February 11th.

I was able to catch Jake in the initial staged-concert run of the show,and he's a sight to behold...

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Tuesday
Apr 07 2015

Masterpieces: 5 Works of Art That Deserve Their Own Movie

Abstewin the gallery to talk artworld films.

This past week saw the release of not one but two true life films set in the art world.Rather than traditional artist biopics,both films focus instead on the life of a particular painting's subject matter or the history of the painting itself.Woman in Gold(which opened in the top ten despite its limited theater count) stars Helen Mirren as Maria Altmann,a Holocaust survivor.She fought for over a decade in court with the Austrian government to become the rightful owner of Gustav Klimt'sPortrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I.The painting was of her aunt and it was stolen from her family by the Nazis during WWII.The long-delayedEffie Grayrevolves around the unhappy wife (Dakota Fanning) of art critic John Ruskin (Greg Wise) in Victorian England.Apparently their marriage was never consummated and Effie became involved with the Pre-Raphaelite painter John Everett Millais (Tom Sturridge) and was the subject of some of his paintings.

Biopics about artists (Frida,Pollock,Mr.Turner,Lust for Life,the originalMoulin Rouge,and many more over the decades) have found favor with the Academy.It will be interesting to see if these new films begin a trend for movies about the backstories of famous paintings,rather than the artist who painted them.

Since Hollywood is always in need of more interesting and diverse source material,here are 5 works of art that would make movies as pretty as a picture...

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