Obama told the publication that he picked Stanley Kubrick’s “2001” because it “captures the grandeur and scale of the unknown,” while he selected Ridley Scott’s “Blade Runner” because it “asks what it means to be human.”
The 2016 lineup feels like a return to the Oscar-contender model, with “Jackie” (starring Natalie Portman) and director Garth Davis’ “Lion” (starring Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman) respectively tabbed with the centerpiece (Nov. 4) and closing night (Nov. 12) spots at the Ellie.
“The Birth of a Nation” is cinematically competent with a clear message of Christian values at its core. And just like “The Passion of the Christ,” this film hinges so much on what’s been written about its maker.
“We were in the boardroom one time figuring out who to blame for the task, and he just stopped in the middle and pointed to someone and said, ‘You’d f… her, wouldn’t you? I’d f… her. C’mon, wouldn’t you?'”
“I kind of like tricked myself into this love, and positive affirmations that I have for myself, which has been really good,” said Brooks. “I don’t wanna walk around this world feeling like I don’t feel worthy, or I don’t feel like I’m beautiful because society has shown me that I am not enough, because they don’t put me on the cover on the magazines or I don’t see myself reflected in media enough.”
“The friskier the better,” Stern said as she juggled the four-footed baller. “He loves me. They all love me. Who are we kidding?”
An attorney for Jolie Pitt, Robert Offer, said Tuesday that she has filed for the dissolution of the marriage. Offer said the decision to divorce was made “for the health of the family.”
A look at the memorable moments at the Emmy Awards.
“Game of Thrones” won best drama for the second year in a row on Sunday, and became prime-time television’s most-honored show ever. Fellow HBO series “Veep” was named top comedy for the second straight year and that show’s star, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, won best comedy actress for the fifth straight time and a record-setting sixth time in her career.