Friday Apr 26
Don DeLillo wins first Library of Congress Prize
Writer Don DeLillo attends the 2012 Carl Sandburg Literary Awards dinner at University of Illinois at Chicago Forum on Oct.
The Japan Times
We want to like this movie, "Cosmopolis." David Cronenberg fills his movies with concepts and ideas, then turns them into something stupendous and horrible.
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
George Hatza: 'Cosmopolis,' odd but timely, is spellbinding
About halfway through David Cronenberg's icy if nonetheless mesmerizing film "Cosmopolis," based on Don DeLillo's novel, a character who deals in money theory tells her boss, a 28-year-old billionaire played impeccably by Robert Pattinson, that "all wealth has become wealth for its own sake." What a fascinating, disturbing yet wildly funny line.
International Business Times
Britain's Favourite Nude Male Celebrity: David Beckham Beats Robert Pattinson to the Top Spot
The father-of-four secured the top spot after he was seen in a series of semi-naked Armani and H&M advertising campaigns.
Dark Horizons News
Sigourney Weaver Paints Some "Body Art"
Based on the 2001 novella "The Body Artist" by Don DeLillo , the story follows a woman who, grieving after her husband's suicide, discovers that a stranger is living in her upstairs room - a man who may or may not be real.