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Tag Archives: Film
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Bette Midler: Isn’t She Great!
Thursday, February 8, 2018
From The Data Lounge, a bitchy queen site…lol
Is Bette Midler’s big career in movies over? Could she make a comeback to the silver screen in her senior years?
As so many actresses previously have had a renaissance onscreen in later years? Or was Beaches her film career high and its pretty much over now?
To vote in the poll: Click Here
Monday, January 29, 2018
Bette Midler Attending the 1987 premiere of “Ishtar” – one of the biggest flops in film history. Starred Dustin Hoffman and Warren Beatty
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Sharon Stone: “Always known that I would become a star”
Annelies Roebben & Kristien Morato December 30, 2017
Shifting Sharon Stone as just “that actress from Basic Instinct” would be dishonoring her. After the now world-famous scene – in which she was not wearing panties when she crossed her legs – she became one of the best-paid actresses in Hollywood. Still, afterwards she got away with her image as a sex symbol without difficulty. Earlier this year she played a beautiful role in the film ‘Running Wild’, now she acts in the TV series ‘Mosaic’. Still on the schedule: a role as heroin dealer in the thriller ‘Sunny’ and a comedy with Bette Midler. No obvious choices, but Sharon is especially happy that she can still work. “A little over 16 years ago I had a stroke and a brain haemorrhage, which lasted nine days. An artery supplying the brain with blood had jumped, but they had not seen it in the hospital. I did not hear anything with my left ear, felt nothing in my left leg. I was blind to my one eye and sometimes I did not see anything with my other eye either. Then everything suddenly became black. I have had problems for years. I could not even write my name for three years. Because my arm did not listen to my brain. “
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Neil deGrasse Tyson approves of time travel comedy Future ’38 in exclusive trailer
By Clark Collis
November 20, 2017 AT 04:59 PM EST
In the comedy Future ’38, an American agent travels from the ’30s to 2018 to hamstring Hitler and discovers a strange world of connected computers and other futuristic phenomena. He also falls for a woman 80 years his junior.
“The film is a valentine to the classic screwball comedies of the 1930s and ’40s,” says writer-director Jamie Greenberg in his director’s statement. “It imagines a world that’s a magical hybrid of 1938 and the present: a vintage film transposed to our modern world.”
Monday, October 30, 2017
The 25 Absolute Best Halloween Movies to Watch Right Now
Oct 18, 2017
Whether you’re a scary movie junkie or more of a hide-under-the-blanket kind of viewer, this ultimate list of the best Halloween movies is guaranteed to contain something you’ll want to watch this Oct. 31.
From the original Halloween to the cult classic Hocus Pocus, TIME has collated a list of the best scary, horror-filled, classic and Disney Halloween movies — as well as the best Halloween movies of 2017 so far.
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Out On Film: ‘Freak Show’ illustrates red state hysteria
By Shannon Hames
October 3, 2017
When Out on Film released the roster for 2017’s festival, “Freak Show” was one of the films set to be screened at the festival on Oct. 5 at Landmark Midtown Art Cinema. This brilliant movie is about boldly confident, eccentric gay teen Billy Bloom, raised by a fabulous (although alcoholic mother) played by Bette Midler. Billy is forced to move to a “red state” to live with his Southern father in a small town where Christ is king and girls are homecoming queens — that is, until Billy decides to run.
Saturday, July 29, 2017
Exclusive Bette Midler Interview
April 23, 1975
By Vito Russo
NEW YORK, NY: Don’t let all the recession-obsessed soothsayers fool you. People are still lining up to see a good show. At around midnight of the evening before tickets went on sale at the Minskoff Theatre for Bette Midler’s Clams on the Half Shell Revue, the line began to form for what turned out to be the largest single day ticket sale in Broadway history. The previous record had been set more than a year ago by Bette Midler at the Palace Theatre. Red Skelton said it when he was told that over 10,000 people had shown up at movie mogul Harry Cohen’s funeral: “Give the people something they want to see and they’ll come out for it.”At a time when people were selling apples on the street corners in Greenwich Village for $1.50 each, I’m convinced now that we do indeed need it now.
Sunday, July 2, 2017
Los Angeles Daily Center
Outfest returns for its 35th installment of LGBTQ films
By Sandra Barrera, Los Angeles Daily News
POSTED: 07/01/17, 11:08 AM PDT |
The gathering of filmmakers, Hollywood insiders, media and moviegoers returns to Los Angeles for 11 days of comedies, dramas, documentaries and shorts that tackle current topics, beginning Thursday.
Thursday, June 15, 2017
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