Jude Law in Black Sea, Julianne Moore honored, and The Casting Society Awards
Julianne Moore was honored by the Museum of the Moving Image on Tuesday, Jude Law told us about his role that took place in an old Russian sub on Weds, and and on Thursday, the stars came out for the Casting Agent Artios Awards. My story for Gotham on . . .
Julianne Moore is on the road to Oscar, hopefully. She took the Globe on Sunday and the Critics Choice award in LA last night. And is now Oscar nominated for her astonishing role as a victim of early onset Alzheimer's in Still Alice. Also saw a cute movie called Loitering With Intent. If you've ever wanted to write a script, this is a madcap depiction of all the stuff that can go wrong. . . my story for Gotham.
Before I left for the Globes, I covered the Critics Circle Awards in NYC, and (night before I left), National Board of Review (almost as starry as the Globes). My story for Gotham magazine. Wow is the food fun at TAO Downtown . . . .
Attended People's Choice Awards, W and Hugo Boss fete, Audi Golden Globes party, BAFTA tea, Art of Elysium Heaven gala, Globes, HBO, Weinstein, and NBC Universal fetes in LA. FYI, at his after party, Harvey Weinstein mentioned that at his table during the Globes, he was kidding Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightly that they had done a season of Downton that never aired. Cumberbatch kidded that yes, they had been fired..
Spent the Xmas season asking guests at fab holiday fetes what their best NY Eve's were. And got some fun stories for AD online. Sheryl Hines told me one thing, but some guests from her fete mentioned that she does a fun T-shirt game. They pass out fun t-shirts to all the Kennedy clan and the people with the high numbers get the best shirts, because they can request the shirts off the backs of those who have picked before them. . . link to my st
My story for AD on Tim Burton's movie Big Eyes. It is the story of Walter and Margaret Keane. She painted. He took credit for her work, and the paintings became some of the most popular of the 50s and 60s. Spoke with Christoph Waltz and Jessica Chastain about Keane and her work. . .