Amanda Peet went on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night to promote the second season of her very good HBO show, Togetherness. Somewhere along the way, things got Real.
Although Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Justin Theroux, Jennifer Aniston, Chandler Bing and that duck called a truce at some point, as Brangelina's and Jenreaux's (?) marriages draw nearer, threatening to even land sort of around the same time, some obvious problems become apparent.
We're so excited! IFP's 20th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards was exciting: Julianne went boudoir, Natalie Portman wore H&M, Leighton went all Annie Hall, and Winona channeled an evil witch! And that's just for starters.
Last night at Carnegie Hall, history was made. Four women dressed in couture, posed with Liza, confused us with the presence of random celebrity cameos, and mugged for the cameras. (And that was just the red carpet.) Get. Carried. Away.
Please Give is, sadly, a rarity: A movie with a mostly-female cast that focuses on realistic characters, not Louboutin-wearing "cougars" or some Successful Career Gals Who Can't Win At Love. The characters aren't always likable, but critics loved the film.
Despite complaints that it's too parochially New York, there's evidence that writer-director Nicole Holofcener's Please Give, currently screening at Sundance, offers something distinctly more relatable: female characters that are neither bitches nor saints.
2012 is the story of the apocalypse and the shenanigans of survivors. The many stars at Regal Cinemas in LA - Thandie Newton, Camilla Belle, Amanda Peet - had, well, interesting ideas about what to wear when the world ends.