Al Pacino sparked collective hysteria last night at the Venice Film Festival, as he picked up a lifetime achievement award and screened his personal tribute to Oscar Wilde.
Film and sometime stage star Al Pacino is being paid a minimum of $125,000 a week for playing washed-up real estate huckster Shelly Levene on Broadway in “Glengarry Glen Ross.”
Here’s a cautionary tale of two shows and the growing disconnect between Broadway and its patrons.
A sometimes spectacular, sometimes merely over-the-top Al Pacino stars as Shylock, the relentlessly insulted yet exploited moneylender called “the Jew” by his Christian tormentors.
A president should give no speech before its time. The one that Barack Obama delivered Tuesday night was too small for such a big problem, the Oval Office setting too august for mere updates.
Barry Levinson , whose Oscar-winning “Rain Man” showed a pair of sparring brothers, is soon to focus on a father-son relationship.
Al Pacino playing Shylock in Central Park was a tough ticket.
To paraphrase that Middle Earth golden oldie, the road goes ever on and on -- and then on some more -- in Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.”
You still have time to fall in love with some new bands: It’s the last day of the annual CMJ Music Marathon, which this year brought 1,300 performances to New York City.
"Glengarry Glen Ross."
- Al Pacino on Nov 06, 2012