Tuesday Sep 9
REVIEW: The Skeleton Twins: Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader Play Saturday Night Dead
The SNL stars get mortally serious, with a few painful laughs, in this story of suicidal siblings who need each other to stay alive In Los Angeles, Milo Dean writes a suicide note - "To whom it may concern: See ya later [ smiley face ]" - and slashes his wrist. Across the continent, in Nyack, N.Y., Milo's twin sister Maggie is ready to swallow a ton of sleeping pills when she hears of Milo's grand gesture.
'I'm jealous of my husband's sister'
In the 2000 film You Can Count On Me, Laura Linney and Mark Ruffalo play a sister and brother who end up defying their own expectations about both themselves and each other. They were born ten months apart, and he calls her 'my twin'.
Miramax Acquires US Distribution Rights to Mr. Holmes, Starring Ian McKellen
Miramax announced today that it has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to Mr. Holmes and will partner with Roadside Attractions on domestic theatrical distribution of the film.
Emmy Poll 2014: Who Should Win Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie?
Check out the last five Emmy winners for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie and you'll notice a trend: Indeed, the success of The Big C: Hereafter 's Laura Linney, Game Change 's Julianne Moore, Mildred Pierce 's Kate Winslet, Temple Grandin 's Claire Danes and Grey Gardens ' Jessica Lange since 2009 could be good news for Burton and ... (more)
'If show helps, it's a good thing'
Creator Darlene Hunt deserves praise for taking a melancholic subject and turning it into an entertaining comedy-drama with The Big C. But the end of the road has arrived for the series as Laura Linney bids her character goodbye in the fourth and final instalment, writes Debashine Thangevelo.