Every Brilliant Thing is a filmed version of Jonny Donahoe’s acclaimed one-man show about depression, suicide and the lengths to which people go for those they love. Poignant and humorous, it follows a young boy who attempts to ease his mother’s depression by starting an enormous running list of everything worth living for, from ice cream and water fights to things with stripes and Christopher Walken’s voice. As Donahoe’s list grows in adulthood, he discovers its deep significance in his own life. Written by Duncan Macmillan and directed by Emmy® winners Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey (HBO’s “Wishful Drinking”).
Seems Britney Spears is so tired from her Onyx Hotel tour that she can't see straight--or maybe it's her tatoo artist who's dyslexic. Last year, the Chinese symbol Spears had inked on her hip was supposed to read "mysterious" but instead translates as "strange." Now, the Hebrew … [Read more...]
Last weekend, Jerry Hall, not a mother known for standing in the shadows, baby, revealed that Elizabeth Jagger, her 20-year-old daughter by Mick, has been an item for almost two months with Sean Lennon, 28, spawn of John and Yoko Ono. "They are so in love," drawled the … [Read more...]
This inter-office memo just arrived: Many of you who have visited Sandy and me know that we keep a nun in our office. This nun is missing. In her place today was a plastic girl with fake tears.If you know where our sister flew to, please show her to the way back to our … [Read more...]
Richard Wilson, keeper of the Oscars, died last month of an apparent heart attack in his home in West Hollywood without ever boring us with an acceptance speech. The 46-year-old administrator for the [Read more...]