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Gary Busey Runs Amok on the Red Carpet

If last night's Oscars had been any more boring, they would've been Atonement. Fortunately, Gary Busey was there to mix things up on the red carpet.

The Oscars: Who Will Drink Whose Milkshake?

Despite the cancellation of the Golden Globes ceremony (quel agony!), there was no way that Hollywood could have gone without its annual orgy of self-congratulation.

Oscar Nominations: A Sad Day Indeed

Not because the voters’ choices are lousy (although they tend to be) but because so many worthy movies suddenly lose their luster.

Oscar Futures: ‘Charlie Wilson's War’ Stages a Comeback

Every week between now and January 22, Vulture's Oscar Futures will listen to insider gossip, comb the Oscar blogs, and out-and-out guess when necessary to track who's up, who's down, and who's currently leading the race for a coveted nomination.

‘Gossip Girl’ Goes Straight to the ‘O.C.’ Place

In case you forgot, on the second episode of Gossip Girl, otherwise known as Statutory Rape in the City, the anonymous narrator really drums it in that this show is based in Manhattan, more specifically Upper East Side.

Trendy Moms Leave the Kids at Home to Watch ‘Nanny Diaries’

Cynthia Rowley
Several of Manhattan's chicest moms, including Nina Garcia and Cynthia Rowley, ditched their kids to catch a private screening of The Nanny Diaries. Peggy Siegel, the iron-thumbed PR doyenne who hosted the event, was on vacation in Italy. But even though it was after midnight over there, she still insisted upon babysitting her own kiddies, aides John and Andres. Their BlackBerrys lit up all night ("Is everything all right?" "How is the dinner?" "WHAT IS GOING ON?!") as they tried to keep tabs on stars like Laura Linney and Alicia Keys. Meanwhile, Rowley was feeling pangs of guilt after the movie. "How can you feel good about watching it?" she asked Daily Intel. "I definitely felt like I should be at home eating peanut butter out of a jar and singing songs in French to my kids!" —Jocelyn Guest Bonus Party Lines: What made Nina Garcia nearly "drop dead," and other quotes from the Nanny Diaries screening.

Also, There Were Parties After the Oscars

Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Gosling, and Vince Vaughn cruised the Vanity Fair Oscar party at Morton's solo. (Everyone who is anyone was there.) Except Brad Pitt, who was a no-show at the Oscars despite having starred in Babel and been a producer on The Departed. Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard are leaving the West Village for Brooklyn because of the paparazzi. Meanwhile, in Brooklyn, Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams are fighting. Oprah says that Barack Obama didn't start the Clinton-Geffen feud. Zero-star Kobe Club owner Jeffrey Chodorow has banned Frank Bruni from all 29 of his restaurants. At $70,000, a private soccer lesson with David Beckham was the lowest winning bid at Elton John's Oscar-night AIDS benefit. Natalie Portman left an Oscars party with Gael García Bernal.