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Playing the lead in a Woody Allen thriller, tossing in layers of murderous ambition, blind lust, blinder panic and evil cunning? Easy enough, says Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
A funny thing has happened in the two years since Mel Gibson's I>The Passion of the Christ/Igalvanised the culture: Issues of faith have become a consuming preoccupation in Hollywood.
WEEKS have elapsed since I first mentioned C.D. Payne's I>Youth in Revolt: The Journals of Nick Twisp /I>(Quartet). It is funny, but it is also 500 pages of small print.
Fashion is often cited by its dedicated followers as not just the whims of the wardrobe but a socio-economic tracker of the times we live in.
Last year, when Michael Moore, announced he would be hosting a film festival near Traverse City, his motivations were immediately questioned.
Scarlett Johansson and Woody Allen are teaming up again for i>Scoop/i>, bringing with it the same Woody's Muse questions that haunted her last winter.
Michael Moore has been a ubiquitous presence at the festival he dreamed up last year when he figured that we would rent a couple of projectors and show movies on the side of some guy's garage.
Critics are fuming that they won't get an advance peek of i>Snakes on a Plane/ibefore the movie slithers into theaters. Exhibitors, the folks who run the theaters, are annoyed that they had to book the thing sight unseen. The only people who aren't complaining, it seems, are the bloggers and cyber-fans.