“I wish tonight’s show had been the last show,” says Letterman. “Tonight should have been the last show. I don’t know what we’re gonna do for the next two weeks.”
“I want a talk show with me as the host,” she says.
Julie Christie may have given her own spirit to the vivacious farm girl turned landowner in 1967, but after watching Mulligan transform once again, it seems there isn’t a modern actress on the market who is so uniquely up to the task of bringing Bathsheba back to life.
“It’s not a 21-hour world anymore,” said Steve Ford, MDA executive vice president, on Friday.
“The Water Diviner,” a Warner Bros. release, is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for “war violence including some disturbing images.” Running time: 111 minutes.
Turns out that Adaline, though we’re in the present time, was born in 1908. She married, had a daughter, lost her husband and then, at 29, almost drowned when a car accident landed her in frigid waters. Somehow, a scientific process involving a bolt of lightning both revived her heart and, yes, stopped her from aging.
In “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” there is definitely aplenty ado-ing. Too much, certainly, but then again, we come to the Avengers for their clown-car excess of superheroes, their colorful coterie of capes.
Writer Megan Red Shirt-Shaw says the move generated praise on social media from American Indian advocates because Hollywood continues to embrace outdated stereotypes.
“Right from the get-go, it didn’t feel right. But we it let it go,” said Anthony, a Navajo actor who started work as an extra on the movie Monday. “Once we found out more about the script, we felt it was totally disrespectful to elders and Native women.”