Zendaya follows the ranks of Vogue cover girls who’ve had more than one Vogue cover. And there are many, including Nicole Kidman, Lady Gaga, Emma Stone, and more.
“From a rough upbringing, Denzel Washington struggled through much of his schooling, falling so low in university that they suggested he “take a break,” informs a website.
A lion’s roar of a seven-minute ovation welcomed Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood at the Cannes Film Festival last week. Other than Quentin’s powerful phantasmagoria, the festival appeared to be somewhat of a washout.
Sixty-six years and going strong. Like Ol’ Man River, SHARE keeps rolling along. To better our children’s needs.
In Forbidden Hollywood, from Turner Classic Movies and Running Press, Mark focuses on the yeas and nays of the Pre-Code era (1930-1934) that hooked audiences with that never-ending love of feminine glamour and the potent allure of sin/sex on the silver screen.
The truth disturbs. For Selma Blair, or a star in her forties (Cruel Intentions), to find herself diagnosed with multiple sclerosis is upsetting for our New Age Hollywood.
The pride of Los Angeles. Jane and Marc Nathanson. Vowing to make life better for all of us in our city. Jane’s a New Yorker and Marc, a born Los Angeleno, met at the University of Denver, and giving their hearts and souls, to the city they love. Which they are transforming into a world-class community with their non-stop creative innovations. Albeit generous: in medicine, education, the humanities and culture.
Jim Gianopulos and wife Ann, with their beautiful children Alexa, Nikki and Mimi, arrive year in and year out, for the Holy Friday Evening Services at the magnificent St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral in midtown Los Angeles.
Earlier this month, producer Brad Krevoy and his family visited the new world of Beijing which we described in our Courier column last week.
“Spectacular … truly spectacular,” emphasized Brad Krevoy.