Hollywood producer Brian Grazer, the Oscar winner who has collected art for more than a decade, made his first trip to the Art Basel Miami Beach fair yesterday.
It’s all there: the whispery voice, the hourglass figure, the curly platinum-blond hair and the seductive blue eyes.
The naked men and women at the Whitney Museum of American Art gala stood on a platform surrounded by luggage from sponsor Louis Vuitton.
Walt Disney Co.’s “Oz the Great and Powerful,” a prequel to the 1939 classic “The Wizard of Oz,” delivered the best opening weekend of 2013 at U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in $79.1 million.
The rating for “ Blue Valentine ” was changed from NC-17 to R following an appeal by its distributor, the Weinstein Co. Personally, I’d rate this portrait of a broken marriage UG for unsparingly grim.
“Oz the Great and Powerful,” Walt Disney Co.’s prequel to the 1939 classic “The Wizard of Oz,” led box-office sales for a second weekend, taking in $41.3 million at theaters in the U.S. and Canada.
Jeffrey R. Immelt was politely preoccupied.
Michelle Williams plays Marilyn Monroe, Roman Polanski adapts a celebrated play and Martin Scorsese directs a documentary about George Harrison at the 49th New York Film Festival.
Disney’s extravagantly flashy “Oz the Great and Powerful” all but snuffs out the horsefeather magic and carnival heart that provides what little enchantment the film conjures.
“The Croods,” the first major animation film of the year, opened as No. 1 in U.S. and Canadian theaters, with $43.6 million in sales for DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. and its distributor, Twentieth Century Fox.