Friday Apr 11
Off Course' by Michelle Huneven
It's not often you see a character expressing empathy for the Glenn Close character in "Fatal Attraction," and yet, that's just what Cressida Hartley, the main character of Michelle Huneven's new novel, "Off Course," does.
Ervolino: The world according to PayPal
I saw the nasty red letters three weeks ago, when I tried to purchase a DVD of "The World According to Garp" on eBay, after my first destination - Amazon.com - let me down.
The Irish World Newspaper
McElhone lifts sluggish thriller
FATAL Attraction, the chilling tale of the darker side of love which Glenn Close brought to the screen so spine-chillingly in'87, has come to the stage under Trevor Nunn's direction.
Fatal Attraction, Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London
As $70m-grossing movies about happily married lawyers committing adultery go, it was never exactly great - histrionic, sexist, calculating.
Review Roundup: West End's Fatal Attraction
Trevor Nunn directs a cast led by Natascha McElhone as Alex Forrest with Mark Bazeley as Dan Gallagher and Kristin Davis as his wife Beth, in the world stage premiere of Fatal Attraction written by James Dearden , which opened at the Theatre Royal Haymarket on 25 March 2014.
Suki Waterhouse wears bizarre mismatched ensemble as she attends...
The dust has long settled since Suki Waterhouse attended the Academy Awards on the arm of current beau Bradley Cooper - and the wait for another romantic joint display appeared to continue on Tuesday evening as the willowy model stepped out in London's West End with a group of pals.
Classic bunny-boiling thriller, but where is the justice? Quentin Letts reviews Fatal Attraction
Though I give Fatal Attraction three stars - this new stage version is decently acted and coolly staged - I hated almost every minute of it.
Revenge of the Bunny Boiler
In 1987, Fatal Attraction had cinema audiences screaming, "Kill the bitch," as Glenn Close terrorized Michael Douglas and family.