"The mystery of deep acting at work."
He's not kosher, for starters.
“I’m having more fun than I’ve ever known before.”
Stewart and new wife Sunny Ozell talk about Ian McKellen's officiating, and fooling the paparazzi.
Buddies being buddies.
Ian McKellen officiated. Boom.
Specifically, the quadruple take.
Magneto and Professor X, a.k.a. Gandalf and Captain Picard.
It's an adaptation of the Tony-nominated play of the same name.
And it's delicious!
Welcome back, Professor X and Magneto.
What do you think Patrick Stewart was thinking?
Patsy and Edina! Rupert Grint! Uh, will.i.am for some reason!
Hopkins, O'Toole, McKellen, et al. also know the Fringe Scholar and the Self-Sacrificing Mentor are good for a paycheck.
David Mamet's play is performed, word perfect, by Patrick Stewart and T.R. Knight. And that's the problem.
Pee-Wee Herman, a sort of 'Star Trek' invasion, and Sutton Foster singing "I Get a Kick Out of You" are a few of the expected delights of the upcoming season.
Everyone who's anyone, and anyone who's dressed.
Plus: Staten Island finally gets its own TV show.
"Jean-Luc Picard, supposing he were married to Lady Macbeth – which he would never have been because he is married to the Enterprise, as we all know…"
Plus: The Rock as the Tooth Fairy!
That's quite a photo on the front page of the Times.
"Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, / Creeps in this petty pace from day to day, / To the last syllable of recorded time; / And all our yesterdays have lighted fools / The way to dusty death," said Lou Reed.
Los Angeles burns, and seriously no good deals are getting made. So enjoy these news briefs about Jason Statham, Fiona Shaw, and Korn.
Plus industry news on Will Smith, Edie Falco, and the Geek Fight of the Century.