Mamma Mia! The Movie, like so many other films of its (low) caliber, boasts both an excellent cast and a hefty box office return. So, of course, a sequel is in the works.
After ending its seven season run with a finale some critics likened to The Sopranos, some called “not great,” and others spurned as a prestige program garbage dump, The Good Wife might be getting its second wind in the form of a spinoff—starring none other than
Mary Sunshine Christine Baranksi.
It's so rad that opera openings are becoming a cause celebre again: take last night's star-studded Met premiere of Rossini's "Le Comte Ory" — sponsored By Yves Saint Laurent, no less.
The Metropolitan Opera's season premiere may have been controversial, but the culture-lovin' (or fronting) stars' clothes were an unambiguous hit.
The Metropolitan Opera gala premiere of the crusade-themed 'Armida' attracted a huge number of stars: Chloe, Maggie, Ginnifer, Julianne - you get the picture. And whether or not they're actually Rossini-lovers, they certainly looked the part!
Mamma Mia!, the rollicking Abba-fest that raked in $28 million at the box office this past weekend has been hailed by some as a feminist film because the writer, director and leads are all women over 40. In early July, MM co-producer Judy Craymer told the New York Times that the movie is, "about real women." Well, I…