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Catherine Keener

  1. chat room
    Forever’s Catherine Keener on Her Love of Maya Rudolph“I would do anything for Maya. Literally, anything.”
  2. tv review
    Kidding Is a Terrific Showcase for Jim CarreyThe show is a little uneven, but this is the perfect role to mark Carrey’s return to TV.
  3. How Get Out, the First Great Movie of the Trump Era, Got MadeIt began as a rebuke to Obama-inspired dreams of racial harmony and became a conduit for fears reignited by the rise of the new president.
  4. Alex Ross Perry’s Nostalgia Is a Deep Look at Impermanence and PainAny film flooded with this level of emotion is worthy of our respect — and our tears.
  5. podcasts
    Gimlet Announces New Scripted and Crime PodcastsSo many podcasts!
  6. Will Ferrell, Catherine Keener, and Michael Cera to Star in ‘Captain Dad’Will Ferrell, Catherine Keener, and Michael Cera just signed on to star in a movie together. According to Deadline, the three will star in […]
  7. casting couch
    Catherine Keener Will Play Kiernan Shipka’s Mom in The Greens Are GoneAlso starring Anton Yelchin.
  8. pilots 2014
    Charlie Kaufman’s FX Pilot Adds Catherine Keener and Sally HawkinsFX just got very lucky.
  9. Catherine Keener and Sally Hawkins Join Charlie Kaufman’s FX Pilot ‘How […]In January it was announced that Charlie Kaufman was developing an FX pilot with Michael Cera and John Hawkes attached to star, and today […]
  10. what's in a name?
    What Should You Name Your Kid (If You Want Him or Her to Be a Movie Star)?A name-analysis of the last twenty years in movie stars.
  11. movie review
    Movie Review: Enough SaidStarring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini in one of his last roles.
  12. movie review
    Movie Review: A Late QuartetSoap operas featuring musicians are in a different league than all the rest.
  13. chat room
    Catherine Keener Talks Music, Fun Oscar Story“Phil knew how to play [the violin] so well! Which is surprising, because he sucks at most things.”
  14. exclusive
    Meester And Janney in a Clip of The OrangesRespect your mother, young lady.
  15. trailer mix
    A Late Quartet Trailer: A History of ViolinsStarring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener, and Christopher Walken.
  16. a late quartet
    See New Stills From A Late QuartetNow that’s a soundtrack we need to hear.
  17. casting couch
    Catherine Keener to Play Ruffalo’s Ex in SongSing to us, Catherine Keener.
  18. movie review
    Movie Review: Peace, Love & Misunderstanding Is Hippie LiteYou can see the plot coming from Yasgur’s farm.
  19. Charlie Kaufman Is Creating an HBO Comedy Starring Catherine KeenerFormer Dana Carvey Show writer Charlie Kaufman, who has since written a lot of super awesome movies like Adaptation and Eternal Sunshine of the […]
  20. tv
    Charlie Kaufman and Catherine Keener Are Developing a Series for HBOThe pair are finally taking their act to the small screen.
  21. trailer mix
    Peace, Love & Misunderstanding Trailer: Jane Fonda, Hippie MatchmakerJane Fonda is Catherine Keener’s free-love mom.
  22. Kate Winslet, Catherine Keener Join Charlie Kaufman’s Frank or FrancisKaufman is reuniting with two of his most famous leading ladies.
  23. trailer mix
    Why Is Clive Owen in a David Schwimmer Movie About Sexual Predators?Today’s puzzler.
  24. the industry
    Industry Roundup: Dempsey, KunisPlus: Joel McHale to join Anna Faris in ‘Number.’
  25. movies
    Watch the Trailer for Nicole Holofcener’s Please Give, Starring Catherine Keener, Oliver PlattCatherine Keener is trying to be a good person.
  26. the industry
    Jolie, Aronofsky in Talks to Adapt SerenaPlus: Amber Heard joins Nicolas Cage in ‘Angry.’
  27. the industry
    Jonah Hill Will Morph Into a 7-Year-Old Cartoon CharacterPlus: Clive Owen! Catherine Keener! Bros!
  28. gossipmonger
    While Pete Wentz’s Bandmate Acts Like Big Martyr, Diana Ross Tarries in Eponymously Named PlaygroundAlso, ‘Social Heights’ accurately mirrors what happens to these people in real life, it’s important to keep in mind. And more, in the week’s first gossip roundup.
  29. kudos
    The Oscars: Who Got Snubbed?Who’s scurrying to fire their publicists right now?
  30. kudos
    Oscar Futures: Can Julian Get a Schnomination for ‘Diving Bell’?Also: Into the Wild rises again.
  31. kudos
    Oscar Futures: Can Julian Get a Schnomination for ‘Diving Bell’?Also: Into the Wild rises again.
  32. the industry
    Ewan McGregor Is in ‘Love’ With Jim CarreyPlus: You’ll never guess who Nicole Holofcener cast in her next movie! Oh, all right, it’s Catherine Keener.
  33. gossipmonger
    Harvey Weinstein Hasn’t Forgotten How to Fight Harvey Weinstein either physically removed a D.J. who was acting inappropriately with a lady at his table at Rose Bar or was punched in the face by him. (He’s also getting married next month.) Denzel Washington had 30 bespoke suits made by an English tailor on East 53rd Street. Liz Smith speculates that the next Time person of the year will be the environment. Cindy Adams reports that a book on Heather Mills is in the works. The owner of Baraonda, the Italian eatery at 75th and Second, got a new lease on the space. PR guru Lara Shriftman has given into the pressure and revealed the daddy of her baby: rum heir Juan Bacardi.
  34. intel
    Rejecting the Celebrity TransfusionEarlier today, we noted that the Us Weekly set seems to be migrating from Los Angeles to New York, what with Lindsay Lohan and Brangelina and Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Brandon Fucking Davis all settling in, and Jennifer Aniston talking about moving. We don’t know exactly why this is happening. Could the Second Gilded Age, with its luxury apartment buildings and $400 omakase menus, have created a kind of reverse gold rush, with the very rich moving here to liquidate? Are they really running from the paparazzi, as they say? Or are glare of TMZ’s klieg lights, combined with the massive brown pollution cloud that hovers over Los Angeles, just really bad for your skin?
  35. the industry
    Antonio Banderas and Morgan Freeman Crack the ‘Code’Plus industry news on The-Dream, Duran Duran, and David Mamet.