TONI COLLETTE is one of the world’s most accomplished actors and one of my personal favourites. She has also been married to musician Dave Galafassi for 15 years and the couple have two children. But I’ve loved how bravely she is tackling monogamy in marriages – one of those ultra-taboo issues in society – on new BBC1 drama Wanderlust. In an exclusive interview for ITV’s Lorraine show, she told me: “Marriage, the institution of marriage was introduced at a time when people didn’t live as long as we live. "Life has changed. “I just think we’re all such sheep. "We’re kind of born into this world and we subscribe to a certain way of living without any kind of real thought as to how you want to authentically spend your time on planet earth. “This kind of questions all of those societal expectations and norms.” When I asked about her personal view on the ideal of monogamy, she answered: “Well I’m married so … [Read more...] about Wanderlust star Toni Collette bravely tackles the issue of monogamy in marriage and says ‘life has changed’
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"You feel totally de-valued," the actress told 'Vanity Fair' in a new cover story interview. "A private humiliation became a public turning point." Michelle Williams opened up about her public fight for equal pay in a cover story interview for Vanity Fair's September issue, which was published online Thursday. Late last year, it was reported that Williams only made $80 per diem for re-shoots of All the Money in the World, while her male co-star Mark Wahlberg earned $1.5 million. According to Williams, she was embarrassed after discovering the pay gap by reading the news like the rest of the world. "A private humiliation became a public turning point," Williams told the magazine, also explaining why she agreed to do the re-shoots at such a minimal cost. (Re-shoots had to be done to re-create Kevin Spacey’s scenes after the actor was accused of sexual misconduct and replaced with Christopher Plummer.) “It wouldn’t have occurred to me to ask for money for the re-shoots. … [Read more...] about Michelle Williams Opens Up About Her Public Fight for Equal Pay
The first trailer for the upcoming HBO documentary on Robin Williams is here, showcasing the highs and lows of the late comedian from the people who knew him best.“Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind,” follows the iconic funny man through his life and career, until his death by suicide in 2014. The documentary is largely narrated by Williams himself, with never-before-seen footage and interviews with friends, including Billy Crystal, Eric Idle, Whoopi Goldberg, David Letterman, and Steve Martin.In the trailer, the comedian says “stand-up is survival. For me, that’s jazz, that’s what I have to do,” along with footage of Williams performing comedy sets at various times throughout his career. The clip also sees Williams addressing his fear of abandonment that stemmed from his childhood, and includes a discussion of his drug use and voicemails he left for friends, including Crystal. Williams admits in the video that he struggled with a … [Read more...] about Watch: HBO releases trailer for Robin Williams documentary
Prolific director Ken Russell (Tommy, Lisztomania, The Devils, Altered States) made his third feature film Women in Love in 1969 (the year it was released in the U.K.) with a terrific cast, starring the infamous Oliver Reed, as well as Alan Bates, Glenda Jackson, and Jennie Linden. The film was nominated for a number of prestigious awards, including several Oscars and BAFTAs; Jackson won the Academy Award for Best Actress in 1971. Based off of the novel by D.H. Lawrence, Women in Love is the story of gender and class battles in post-WWI industrialist Britain. The film follows a pair of independent women and sisters as they fall in love and navigate life's rocky emotions. Elementary school teacher and sister Ursula (Linden) falls in love with wealthy school inspector Rupert (Bates) as sister and sculptor Gudrun (Jackson) falls in with the sometimes cruel, strong-willed mining company heir Gerald (Reed). Between the upper crust philosophizing in tony settings, … [Read more...] about Blu-ray Review: WOMEN IN LOVE
ENTERTAINMENT 04/29/2018 09:03 am ET The Oscar-winning director of "The French Connection" and "The Exorcist" discusses his new documentary, the Trumpian zeitgeist and the "evil" in the world. By Matthew Jacobs In 1973, William Friedkin released “The Exorcist,” one of the highest-grossing and most applauded horror movies in history. In 2018, William Friedkin released “The Devil and the Father Amorth,” a documentary about exorcisms. The movie landscape has drastically changed in the intervening years, but William Friedkin hasn’t. He is still a dazzling raconteur. His most recent fiction features, “Bug” (2006) and “Killer Joe” (2011), boast the same moody panache seen in the movies that launched his career, including “The Boys in the Band” (1970), “The French Connection” (1971), “The Exorcist,” “Sorcerer” (1977) and “To Live and Die in L.A.” (1985). And, at 82, … [Read more...] about William Friedkin’s Faith In Exorcisms Is Unwavering. As For Diversity In Hollywood? It ‘Snags’ Him.