We’re not sure what’s going on but this appears to be a listing for social media stars to come live in a mansion in Miami and show their stuff help what is happening.
Tonight on the tee-vee: An HBO documentary follows the Miss You Can Do It pageant empowering girls with disabilities.
RIP, James Gandolfini
Gandolfini’s astonishing turn as Tony Soprano has made him TV’s most unassuming superstar, as well as one of its more improbable sex symbols—a balding, barrel-chested, 260-pound hunk of burning love. (“He’s a stud,” says Gore Verbinski, who directed Gandolfini and Roberts in “The Mexican.” “Women go crazy for this guy. I think it’s a documented fact.”) Financially, fame’s rewards have been unequivocal. The former character actor reportedly signed a two-year, $10 million deal with HBO last fall, and is now asking $6 million a movie. But personally? Fame? “He’s not thrilled about it,” says costar Edie Falco. “He’s a very quiet, shy person. He keeps saying, ‘I’m not all that interesting,’ which I happen to disagree with.”
Newsweek April 2, 2001
Is sex the only reason you’re still watching True Blood?
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"I hope I don’t get killed by the studio for giving too much away," Sorkin said, “but this entire movie is going to be three scenes, and three scenes only, that all take place in real time.”
|Aaron Sorkin:||I didn't think I'd be able to make an inanimate object talk.|
|Steve Jobs:||Once you make them talk, they won't be inanimate anymore.|
Aaron Sorkin when asked by Tina Brown how he would create the character of General Petraeus—and if he’ll cover the scandal on Newsroom. (Spoiler: He won’t.)