John Lithgow

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The “3rd Rock From The Sun” star previewed his upcoming Trump-themed poetry book on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
The play is set during the 2008 Democratic presidential race that she lost to Barack Obama.
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Salma Hayek gives a career-best performance in the melancholic comedy.
"The Accountant" came out of nowhere to surprise me with its freshness. It renewed my interest in Ben Affleck the actor, as
Now that 70 years have passed since the end of World War II, it's interesting to look at it from new perspectives. Although I doubt there was any collaboration between the two San Francisco summer festivals that did so, the results were fascinating.
The New York Film Critics Circle announce their film honors early, so you know just who you are going to see at their annual
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Holding court after a sumptuous brunch honoring Hilary Swank for receiving Montblanc's Creative Impact in Acting award and
As a director, Sachs evokes the masterly Robert Altman, as in an extraordinary sequence that takes us from George and Ben's quietly majestic wedding back to the Manhattan apartment that they share, and where their loved ones gather to marvel at the strength of their bond.
"I am in a different stage right now. Love is Strange reflects that. My characters are comfortable with themselves. The film is a portrait of where I am now."
1. The last time I saw John Lithgow acting he played a serial murderer in Dexter, loved seeing him as one-half of a couple in a nearly 40 year relationship.
Love is Strange is a real actors' piece featuring veterans John Lithgow, Alfred Molina and Marisa Tomei, and directed by indie film staple Ira Sachs.
Tank Burt is no stranger to the intimacy of the unsaid. As a director she's been honing her craft with shorts like Skateboard, Skateboard, a coming-of-age story told virtually without dialogue, and now she's made her feature debut as an actress.
Love feels almost witnessed rather than created, immersing us in one particular story by reflecting how we all interact daily, the casual intimacies and the deep, frustrations large and small -- among lovers, family and adopted family.
When taking on the character of Roberta Muldoon, a former football player, Lithgow "just decided to underplay everything