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Steve Buscemi

  1. last night on late night
    Steve Buscemi Missed Out on Becoming the Next Stand-Up Comedy SensationHis jokes in the ‘70s were … not great.
  2. overnights
    Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams Recap: Shine on You Crazy DiamondAn utterly bonkers and transcendent story about aging and death.
  3. The Death of Stalin Trailer: From Russia, With IncompetenceArmando Ianucci heads to Russia in his new dark comedy.
  4. tribeca film festival 2017
    How Reservoir Dogs Gave Quentin Tarantino the Happiest Moment of His LifeThe cast of Reservoir Dogs reunited for a retrospective screening at the Tribeca Film Festival.
  5. Excellent News, Fellow Kids: Steve Buscemi Will Appear in Season 4 of Broad CityA little news flash, pop.
  6. good signs
    Steve Buscemi Approves of Man’s ‘Shut the Fuck Up, Donny’ Women’s March SignThe sign used a quote from The Big Lebowski.
  7. Good Prank: Replace All Family Photos With Steve BuscemiWelcome to the fam, Steve.
  8. big musical number
    Ramsay Bolton Sings About Being a Nice PersonHe’s not a monster. He just plays one on TV and your dreams.
  9. the industry
    Tambor, Buscemi Join Iannucci’s Death of StalinAs Georgi Malenkov and Nikita Kruschev, respectively.
  10. tv review
    Horace and Pete Embraces the SilenceIts style demands that you experience drama in a way that’s anathema to the values of contemporary television.
  11. last night on late night
    Steve Buscemi Plays John Kasich on ColbertIt’s a very ’90s story.
  12. louis c.k.
    Louis C.K. on His Plans for Horace and PeteUnlike the first episode, which cost $5 to view, the second will be available for $2. Future episodes will be available for $3. 
  13. Check Out Louis C.K.’s Brand New Web Series ‘Horace and Pete’Over the weekend, Louis C.K. sent fans a special surprise when he announced that he was dropping the first episode of a new web series titled […]
  14. bill de blasio's new york
    De Blasio’s Low-Key First Inner Circle ShowPlus some lesbian jokes.
  15. de mayor
    Watch Bill de Blasio and Steve Buscemi Goof Around in TracksuitsThe new mayor’s first comedy show is coming up.
  16. party lines
    Party Pics: Tilda Swinton, Patti Smith, and MorePlus, see Prabal Gurung giggle and Steve Buscemi take a selfie.
  17. the racie for gracie
    Bill de Blasio Is a Huge Vampire Weekend Fan, Feeling Isn’t MutualBut Steve Buscemi seems excited.
  18. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: Best and Worst of New York Fashion WeekFall 2013 brought Valentino, Miley Cyrus, Matt Damon, and much more.
  19. the hit list
    13 Superb Things From Yesterday at Fashion WeekFrom semi-naked Perez Hilton to Proenza’s gorgeous new clothes.
  20. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: What a Post–Gossip Girl Nanette Lepore Looks LikeSteve Buscemi and Patricia Clarkson to the rescue!
  21. renewals
    HBO Returning to the Boardwalk for a Fourth SeasonThere will be more yucks from Nucky and the gang.
  22. behind the scenes
    Go Behind the Scenes of Boardwalk Empire’s Bitter FightsBreaking down Nucky and Margaret’s blowout.
  23. boardwalk empire
    See New Stills From Boardwalk EmpireJersey in the house!
  24. cannes 2012
    Garrett Hedlund’s Postcoital Offer to Steve Buscemi Was Rejected“I felt ridiculous because after, I asked him if he wanted to have a cigarette.”
  25. last night on late night
    Last Night on Late Night: Pre-SNL Steve Buscemi Is a Nervous WreckPlus: Zooey Deschanel was sorta eating a raw dog when she heard her Grammy nomination announcement, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
  26. Watch Steve Buscemi Speak to Siri in His Saturday Night Live Promos“The Coen brothers saw me kill a man once.”
  27. exclusive
    Guy Pearce, Ben Foster, and Kelly MacDonald Attached to Steve Buscemi’s QueerIt’s an adaptation of the William S. Burroughs novel.
  28. last night on late night
    Last Night on Late Night: Ashton Kutcher Wants to Use Charlie Sheen’s Angel DustPlus: Charlie Sheen, Zooey Deschanel, and Steve Buscemi blow up today’s lineup on our daily late-night roundup.
  29. trailer mix
    Boardwalk Empire Season Two: ‘I Will Ruin You. All of You.’Is there anything more ominous than Steve Buscemi slowly crossing himself?
  30. clickables
    Behold the Terrifying Beauty of ‘Chicks With Steve Buscemi Eyes’Magic.
  31. the globes
    See All the Red-Carpet Looks From the 2011 Golden GlobesLet us know who you think needs to have a serious talk with their stylist tomorrow.
  32. peep show
    Boardwalk Empire’s Twelve Most Gratuitous Nude Scenes (and Their Likely Rationalizations)Complete with the likely network notes that prompted all that flashing.
  33. the industry
    Industry Roundup: Kristen Bell to Stage-Mother a BallerinaPlus: Nightcrawler gets a dad.
  34. trailer mix
    Boardwalk Empire Trailer: HBO Goes to Atlantic CityMartin Scorsese! Gangsters! Forlorn looks!
  35. the industry
    Liam Neeson to Throw Lightning Bolts at Ralph FiennesPlus: David O. Russell has another project.
  36. the industry
    Steve Buscemi and Martin Scorsese to Hit Atlantic City, Possibly Save HBOPlus: New ‘Planet of the Apes’ movie gets a director!
  37. the industry
    Steven Spielberg to Kidnap Will SmithPlus: Nick Nolte takes a road trip!
  38. vulture lists
    7 Coen Brothers Idiot Movies, RankedWhere does ‘Burn After Reading’ fall on the register of the Coens’ comedies of buffoonery?
  39. the industry
    Will Smith Is Heading for ‘The Sticks’Plus: Katie Holmes on Broadway!
  40. The In-box
    ‘The Sopranos Are Coming! The Sopranos Are Coming!’ to ElementiAs often as publicists tout celebrity stop ins after the fact, this has to be the first time we’ve been clued in ahead of time.
  41. news reel
    David Byrne, Steve Buscemi, Beth Orton Celebrate ‘Stay Awake’Buscemi raps with Sharon Jones, Byrne goes sincere, and Orton brings grown men to tears.
  42. vulture lists
    10 Beloved Characters, 10 Ignoble DeathsVulture takes a look at ten other characters whose ignoble deaths made us shake our heads and think, He deserved better.
  43. the industry
    Are You Ready for Steve Buscemi, Noble Hero?Los Angeles burns, and seriously no good deals are getting made. So enjoy these news briefs about Jason Statham, Fiona Shaw, and Korn.
  44. party lines
    Photogs Love Leary, and Other Pap Tales From the ‘Delirious’ Screening Like all non-Hamptons happenings this month, last night’s screening of Delirious at the Tribeca Grand was pretty low on star power. But Tom DiCillo’s comedy stars Steve Buscemi as a star-stalking paparazzo, and the phalanx of real-life photogs in attendance hammed it up with lots of elbow-angling and shouting when DiCillo, co-star Callie Thorne, and a few Culkin brothers showed. Thorne, who said she gets her paparazzi-handling tips from Parker Posey, confessed that Denis Leary regularly gets stalked by photogs on the set of Rescue Me, where she plays his love interest. “We’re trying to shoot a scene that’s very serious and dramatic,” she said, and “all of the sudden out of the bushes a paparazzo jumps out. We all break and laugh, but Denis gets cranky. That’s probably the most crazy I’ve seen people get — around Denis.” (Who knew?)
  45. gossipmonger
    Hollywood Agent Exaggerates!A former colleague of Hollywood superagent (and Ari Gold inspiration) Ari Emanuel says he intentionally threw tantrums when talking to Entourage producer Doug Ellin so they’d make it into the show’s script. Donna Hogan plans to make over her appearance — plastic surgery and all — so that she looks just like sister Anna Nicole Smith. NBC’s Campbell Brown may take Paula Zahn’s spot at CNN if she leaves. Jason Binn’s wife is pregnant. Dina Lohan denies saying she ever called herself the “White Oprah,” except that she did. Patti Smith is covering the Doors’ “Soul Kitchen” because a sanitation truck that almost ran her over was playing that song. Emma Thompson pissed off Will Smith when she pulled out a lit cigarette at the Waverly Inn. Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer is an investor in a lounge in Sag Harbor.
  46. party lines
    They’ll Always Have Paris Paris, je t’aime — a collection of eighteen micro-mini shorts set in, and in tribute to, the French metropolis of croissants, angst, and amour — premiered at, natch, the Paris Theater on 58th Street last night. The shorts were made by brand-name auteurs — the Coen Brothers, Alexander Payne, Alfonso Cuarón, and Wes Craven among them — and a slew of boldfacers came out to walk Yves Saint Laurent–sponsored black carpet. (Black, rather than red, is apparently plus chic.) Natalie Portman was there, channeling Audrey Hepburn again, plus Maggie Gyllenhaal, Elijah Wood, Emily Mortimer, Steve Buscemi, Gena Rowlands, and Ben Gazzara. What are these New Yorkers top memories of the City of Light? Tales of excessive drinking, bad hairdressers, and, bien sur, the Eiffel Tower await after the jump.
  47. atlantic yards watch
    The Highbrow Case for Atlantic YardsFor some time now, it’s seemed that the richer, whiter parts of Brooklyn were opposed to Bruce Ratner’s gargantuan Atlantic Yards project, while the poorer, minoritier parts were in favor. The development, including lots of market-rate housing, some below-market housing, and a future Brooklyn Nets stadium, has always attracted a weirdly disconnected array of reactions: Most blue-collar local residents welcomed it (more jobs, retail, etc.), while highbrow liberals — looking out for the people! — were aghast. (Entitled NIMBYism? Wishful suckerism? Who knows.) Was it possible, then, to be a pro-Yards guilty intellectual? Yes! Acceptance is just another twist of pretzel logic away, as demonstrated by the contrarian post-ironists at n+1. The stadium, writes Jonathan Liu, is a great idea precisely because it’s all wrong for the borough. It’s our ossified idea of what’s right for the borough (brownstones, more brownstones) that’s the problem, he says. Or something. Whatever he’s saying, it seems Atlantic Yards has — finally! — reached the “Backlash to the Backlash” point on our Undulating Curve. A Sporting Chance [n+1] Mr. Ratner’s Neighborhood [New York Magazine]
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