“I went astray from the straight road and woke to find myself alone in a dark wood,” reads Don Draper, the Hawaii sun reddening his hairy chest, early in the Season 6 premiere of AMC’s “Mad Men.”
Kinky sex play, shocking role- reversals and lacy black lingerie aren’t all you’re likely to remember about “Venus in Fur,” which opened last night on Broadway.
Elizabeth Olsen, the younger sister of celebrity twins Mary-Kate and Ashley, makes a stunning film debut in “Martha Marcy May Marlene” as a cult survivor struggling to adjust to mainstream life.
Just after midnight, the theater- reviewing deejay duo Andrew Andrew mingled, their iPads in hand. Music selections included “Everywhere” by Fleetwood Mac “because we’ve been stalking Geoffrey.”
Steven A. Cohen , head of SAC Capital Advisors, arrived with his wife, Alexandra, who wore red open- toed shoes that matched the carpet leading in to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Penelope Cruz entered with Oscar de la Renta, Beyonce with Jay-Z.
Scraping the bottom of Hasbro’s toy box, Universal Pictures and director Peter Berg assemble “Battleship,” a movie as brainless as summer blockbusters get.
My neck was stiff and my eyes were blurry after watching 18 movies in six days at the Toronto International Film Festival. Only bats spend more time in the dark than critics at movie festivals.
“Once,” a wistful $5.5 million Broadway musical about an Irish man, a Czech woman and their folk music collaboration, received 11 Tony Award nominations today in New York, the most of any show.