Diane, College english instructor & Andrew, High school teacher’s Aide SUM-UP OF THE WEDDING VIBE : A weekend away at summer camp! SOUNDTRACK FOR READING : “Woody Allen” by Allo Darlin’ http://apracticalwedding.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Allo-Darlin-Woody-Allen.mp3 FAVORITE...Show More Summary
MARK JUDGE: In retrospect, Woody Allen’s Manhattan looks like a conservative countercultural film. “I’m from Philadelphia, we believe in God.”
While Woody Allen is known to be a New Yorker, through and through, he also has another favorite city: Oviedo in Asturias. He was there this week on vacation. It was a very quick visit by Allen and part of a family vacation, while en...Show More Summary
Chips and guacamole for J.Lo. This week in New York, celebrities ate a whole lot of Italian food: Woody Allen dined at Caravaggio, Arnold Schwarzenegger tried Nello, Lindsay Lohan hit up Villagio on the Park, Martha Stewart graced Primola with her presence, and Will Ferrell arranged a family dinner at Scarpetta. Show More Summary
Ms. Posey has tried to follow her own unusual wavelength while navigating an industry that tends to ignore women over 40. She plays a college-town scientist in Woody Allen’s “Irrational Man,” opening later this month.
What is amazing is how many times Allen can revisit variations of this theme and still win critical plaudits. So I have two suggestions for Woody Allen.
Photo by Allison Michael Orenstein The Duplex, located in New York City's Greenwich Village, has hosted many celebrities on its quaint stage. Joan Rivers, Woody Allen, Barbra Streisand, and Rodney Dangerfield are just a handful of performers who have tested their acts and proved their mettle in the West Village location. Show More Summary
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Without Jack Rollins, the world may never have learned of the talents of Harry Belafonte, Woody Allen or Robin Williams. Mr. Rollins, whose management agency made stars of many comedians, musicians and other performers for decades, died June 18 at his home in New York City. He was 100.Read full article >>
Jack Rollins, the talent manager who nurtured multiple ageless comedians including Robin Williams, Woody Allen, David Letterman and many others, passed away on Thursday. He was 100. Rollins and his longtime business partner, Charles Joffe can be attributed to help the golden age of versatile comedy come to life. Show More Summary
A legendary Hollywood figure who was behind a string of major comedy stars has died. The New York Times reports that Jack Rollins, who was Woody Allen’s longtime manager and a producer on most of Allen’s films, died Thursday at...
Plàcido Domingo has canceled his upcoming appearance in Woody Allen's staging of "Gianni Schicchi" in Madrid, due to the recent death of his sister, the tenor's publicist confirmed on Thursday.
“[He was] a sharp judge of talent who saw more than a shy gag-writer in Woody Allen and believed that the manic improvisations of Robin Williams would crack up audiences … To his clients – who also included Billy Crystal, David Letterman, Lenny Bruce and the team of Mike Nichols and Elaine May, an American […]
The legendary producer of Woody Allen’s 70s films and incredibly influential figure in the comedy of that era has died at the ripe old age of 100. Among his many achievements was working with Woody Allen to make him into the brilliant comedian and director he became.
If there was a Jewish equivalent to the roundtable of vaunted wits who gathered at the Algonquin Hotel in the early decades of the last century, it was probably the deli where Jack Rollins, Charles Joffe and their crowd held court, as replicated in Broadway Danny Rose, his client Woody Allen’s fond tribute to the era. Show More Summary
Legendary show business manager Jack Rollins, who played key roles in the careers of many top comedians including Woody Allen, David Letterman and Robert Klein, died Thursday at home in New York. He was 100.
In a cover story for Wall Street Journal Magazine, Emma Stone discusses everything from Andrew Garfield and Woody Allen to the Sony hacks and her panic attacks as a youngster without acting in her life. Perhaps most interestingly, though, she gives writer Josh Eells a comment about the Ghostbusters rumors... More »
Emma Stone graces WSJ. Magazine‘s July/August 2015 issue, hitting newsstands on June 27. The 26-year-old Oscar-nominated actress plays the lead role in Woody Allen‘s upcoming film, Irrational Man, in theaters July 17. Here’s what Emma told WSJ‘s Josh Eells: On the Sony Pictures hack and how she reacted when her phone number and email address [...]
Ellie Kemper is as charming as one of the heroines in a Woody Allen film–fast-talking, genuinely affable, quick on her feet with a deftness for physical comedy—not unlike the cutups that Mia Farrow portrayed in Radio Days and Broadway Danny Rose. Show More Summary
Is Noah Baumbach the Woody Allen of his generation? He’s a neurotic New Yorker who makes witty, talky, sometimes bleak comedies about life in the Big Apple. And now he’s taking another page from the Woodman and releasing two movies in one calendar year. Show More Summary