Hard to argue against that backlash. Fact is, Geffen's been filthy rich so long, he probably only thinks of his famous and wealthy friends looking at his IG -- and forgets there are 7 billion other aggressively-less-wealthy people who will eventually see it too. … [Read more...] about David Geffen Assures Us He’s Isolating on His $590 Million Yacht
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Nine months after Spike Lee announced a series adaptation of his landmark debut film, 1986’s She’s Gotta Have It, Netflix announced the show’s release date and issued its debut teaser-trailer. The 10-episode project will launch on Thanksgiving, November 23rd. … [Read more...] about Spike Lee Plots Premiere Date for ‘She’s Gotta Have It’ Netflix Series
When major global events happen, such as what is happening right now, it is very hard for us not to look at the world of fiction for similarities and parallels. This has happened quite frequently lately, with people drawing comparisons with the likes of Planet of the Apes, Demolition Man and various other big-screen outings to current world circumstances. Of course, there are a whole host of movies and television shows involving zombies that people have also turned to, with author Max Brooks' superb World War Z 2 now receiving some renewed attention. … [Read more...] about What Does World War Z Author Max Brooks Think of Our Current World Situation?
See's hasn't closed its doors or stopped working since the 1940s, when it interrupted production back then because ... well, the global war that was going on, and rationing provisions placed on the country. Since then though, it's been up and running ... until now. … [Read more...] about See’s Candies Suspends Production Over COVID-19, Only Second Time Ever
The notion for Catch-22 came to him in the middle of the night: “It kind of burst into my mind. I was actually pacing the floor at four in the morning. I couldn’t wait to get into my office at this small advertising agency and scribble the first chapter.” Now, he says, if he had known it was going to take him seven years of work, he would never have written the book. He does not write fast. Something. Happened came out thirteen years after Catch-22 and was so unlike his first book that it perplexed critics and fans alike: despair had replaced black humor. A mere four years later, along came Good as Gold, a parody of presidential politics laced with vicious attacks on Kissinger. Even though Heller decided not to go to Washington to do research and depended instead on newspaper clippings for his political expertise, the New York Times Book Review said Gold’s portrayal of Washington was “perhaps more valuable to our understanding of our government than a … [Read more...] about Interview: Checking In With Author Joseph Heller