Except the Oscars.
“Never say never. It’s entirely possible that Jay and I make up. Anything is possible.”
He wishes you wouldn't objectify him so.
"Some people goÂ to the Harvard Club or the Yale Club or whatever. I go to Rao's."
“We live in a commercial world, where you’ve gotta come up with ‘trailer moments.’”
An interview with the co-author.
“A studio would rather invest $250 million in one film than make a whole bunch of really interesting, deeply personal projects.”
Remember the actual bad kids (and adults!) who inspired the film? No? Here you go.
Big shots with a lot of money be hatin' other big shots with a lot of money.
He taught her that powerful people are scared of journalists.
The Academy is less ageist than the market.
Female actresses get meaty leading roles, but female writers get blogosphere bile.
As captured by Slim Aarons in his new book, La Dolce Vita.
In turn, Finke may have threatened to sue Ellis.
Sorry, no autographs!