The eyes of Marcello Mastroianni seemed to follow me everywhere. His photo adorned the poster for Cannes 2014 and gave the Palais and the Croisette, the center of the Cannes Film Festival, an elegant, almost Oz-like quality.
When Jean-Luc Godard’s name crossed the lips of Mike Myers last night, the comedian and actor known for “Wayne’s World” and “Austin Powers” earned his place presenting a film at the Museum of Modern Art.
Shirley Temple Black, the child actor who lifted America’s spirits and Hollywood’s profits during the Great Depression with tunes such as “On the Good Ship Lollipop,” then left the spotlight at 21 for a life of political service and limited celebrity, has died. She was 85.