More than a quarter of a century later, he's clearly still upset.
We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live: The Joan Didion Documentary's Pioneering Approach to Collaborative Filmmaking
Here is a compendium of characters Didion herself might appreciate, and one which her own family is now joining.
“I think I’ve at least for a while had it with running something big," she said. "But without sounding immodest, I’m a hell
"If you are asked for quotes or comments, please decline," she reportedly wrote in an email to those close to her. "Also
According to media lore, thanks principally to the vintage series The Naked City on ABC television, "there are eight million stories" in New York. But one of the great untold stories of this metropolis is the high-quality art on its walls.
Rumors that the actress was at odds with the magazine started back in June, when Page Six first reported that Paltrow declined
Galliano describes "hearing the rustle of the taffeta" and "being able to smell the perfume on the girl." The glee that once was Galliano's shines through still, alive and well. Galliano brings fairy tales to life, although he's been very close to losing his own.
In Sessums's view, celebrity occupies a paradoxical position in the magazine world. On the one hand, the public's insatiable appetite for stories about the rich and famous is the engine motoring newsstand sales and revving up online traffic.
Last night Bette Midler made a triumphant return to Broadway for the first time in 30 years, playing the brash superagent Sue Mengers in John Logan's one-woman show I'll Eat You Last. It was a bravura performance.
I loved Bette, the set, Logan's book and the intimacy created with Sue on the couch and we the uninvited dinner guests in our armchairs. Sheer genius in every detail.
"I could have done a dozen covers but sadly they would only agree to pay for three," Apatow said. For more, including Judd
I have seen three movies I actually liked in this era of diminished movie-going. And when I went to actual movie houses last week -- well, I have to admit it cost a lot for tickets and there was almost no audience at the times attended.
The project started when Lewis had some time between books, and asked himself: "What would I like to do?" Before long, he realized he'd like to "spend time hanging out with Obama and see what being president is like." No small order.
This leader of the plush, glamorous last of the great excessive magazines offers followers of the rich and famous a neat look at the issues.