SAGITTARIUS Moving forward is your favourite thing. So you'll be happy to know that Sunday's total solar eclipse activates financial decisions enabling you to take aim at new targets. Meanwhile, Mercury's change of direction could raise a few little snags, but keep focused on the long term and you'll be in an entirely new position by the end of the year. … [Read more...] about Celebrity astrologer reveals your weekly horoscope from 15 to 21 June during lockdown
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A bevy of producers, executives, and directors have provided Landis with validation. He’s become an object of loathing for his critics — most of whom direct their ire toward his conduct online, rather than his work — but that hasn’t seemed to slow his lightning-fast rise in the past five years. He already has an impressively long résumé for someone his age, having written genre-bending outings like Chronicle,American Ultra, Victor Frankenstein, and Mr. Right; written and directed Me Him Her; executive produced the TV series Channel Zero; and created and acted as lead writer for the BBC America show Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, which is about to begin its second season. But just as impressive are the deals he’s made for products that haven’t hit the screen yet: He sold a spec for this winter’s Bright for a reported $3.5 million (an insane figure for the largely dying sector of mid-budget, non-franchise pictures), … [Read more...] about Who’s Afraid of Max Landis?
Infantino 4-in-1 Milestones and Memories Twist and Fold Gym Not only can you use this twist and fold gym as a play mat, but it also serves as a cute backdrop to capture special milestones for your baby. It features five multi-sensory toys to encourage exploration, and offers five play modes as your baby develops, including lay and play, tummy time, sit and play, on-the-go stroller toys and a milestone photo prop. … [Read more...] about 8 best baby play mats to educate and entertain your little one
Dame Diana Rigg died peacefully at the age of 82 on September 10, leaving an esteemed acting career as her legacy. After breaking out as Emma Peel in British spy series The Avengers and playing the only woman to marry James Bond in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, she found success on stage and screen alike, winning a Tony for playing the title role in Medea and an Emmy for a supporting role in the BBC miniseries Rebecca. She acted until her death, playing Olenna Tyrell in Game of Thrones, and has two performances (in the BBC miniseries Black Narcissus and Edgar Wright’s horror film Last Night in Soho) yet to come out. But Rigg was also known for speaking her mind offstage, never tempering her direct sense of humor, and smoking 20 cigarettes a day, even late in life. Her public comments and interviews are an endless treasure trove, so creating a list of her best moments is an almost impossible feat, but here’s our attempt at selecting five of the best Diana Rigg … [Read more...] about 5 Incredible Diana Rigg Stories
Theatergoers, and I shamefacedly include myself, are always eager to believe that theatergoing itself is inherently courageous. Rudnick, an old pro, knows just how much we like to be flattered. So Miriam, when pushed to her limit, takes her stand in the lobby of the Public Theater, swearing that “Every ticket is a weapon fighting that bastard!” If the show had happened as planned at the Public itself, she would have been applauded with smug whoops and hollers. On TV though, she’s obviously met with stone silence. In that quiet, her season-ticket “defiance” reveals itself as absurd and narcissistic. Rudnick seems to have written Miriam as essentially righteous, but by simply moving her onscreen, he and Roach show her as a woman charmed mainly by herself, lost in a terrifying self-regard. Was that intentional? Rudnick’s wry title and Midler’s knowing smarm argue yes; the rest of the show argues no. … [Read more...] about Is As Distanced As Its Subject