19Feb 2013

“McQueen defined a fleeting moment in Hollywood’s depiction of manhood, standing between the ’50s kitsch of Sinatra, John Wayne, and Elvis and the post-Vietnam second-guessing of the pathological Eastwood, the sensitive New Age Redford, and Burt Reynolds. He was the first and maybe the last action hero to be neither absurd nor ironic. (He) cultivated […]

18Feb 2013

Clothes in films can be highly evocative. The coat worn by Richard Burton in ‘The Spy Who Came in from the Cold’ represents the mood of an era. You can read this article here. Tweet

16Feb 2013

They put your name on a star in the sidewalk on Hollywood Boulevard and you walk down and find a pile of dog manure on it. That tells the whole story, baby.” – Lee Marvin Tweet

14Feb 2013

Just read this NY Times Styles section article (as titled above), and I have one thing to add: Hey actresses, y’know I sung and played guitar/bass in rock bands for years… Just sayin’. You can read the article here. Tweet

12Feb 2013

“As a performer, in front of an audience, I operate very differently from the way I do sitting here writing. I am myself, there is no act, but I am a different self, one that I only meet when I walk onto a stage or into a television studio. I have no fear. No nervousness. […]

22Oct 2010

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Adapted and directed by Edward Einhorn From the novel by Philip K. Dick November 18 – December 11 3LD Art and Technology Center 80 Greenwich St, New York, NY An adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s sci fi classic about androids and a bounty hunter, Rick Deckard, who loves them/loves […]