The actor recalled an awkward moment at a movie premiere with his fellow film legend.
And it's not to do with the president's acting skills.
HBO film explores coach's role in Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal, "challenging his legacy."
President Obama lauded five honorees at a White House ceremony that will be his last before stepping down in January.
"What is the weight of a lie?" asks Judith Light in Neil LaBute's dramatic monologue, All the Ways to Say I Love You, at
"One woman for all that time? Why not?" Alex said with a broad smile. "A regular," I explained. "Not irregular." "I even
TCM's Airing of "Streetcar" Makes Retired NYPD Det. Grosso Reflect on Working with Brando on "The Godfather"
But Brando was often like a lone wolf. While the other guys were shooting the breeze before a scene, Brando would have four
The one's who attended were the best and the brightest in their field of finance, environment, medicine, communication and invention. They all gathered to share their insight to what the future holds, and many were geniuses in their own right.
I can only imagine what Winston Churchill would have made of Daniel Berrigan. I do find it rather poignant to recall Father Berrigan, the Jesuit priest and peace activist, who died last Saturday at 94 and whose funeral Mass is today in New York City, descending on Chartwell Booksellers, my little Winston Churchill bookshop, in April 1988 to read from his then-just-published memoir, To Dwell in Peace.
As it turns out, lots of openly queer people have won Oscars. But you know what? I don't mind that Sam Smith didn't know that. It's a good thing that we've gotten to the point where it's possible to lose count of the number of openly queer people who've won Academy Awards.