Skin Deep: Diane Lane Doesn’t Use the ‘A’ Word

The actress, in “The Romanoffs” and “House of Cards” this month, is not down with the marketing of fear in beauty. Here’s how she looks like this.
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Critic’s Notebook: In ‘A Star Is Born,’ Lady Gaga Pits Pop Against Authenticity

The movie reflects a battle that’s played out in her own career, between the perceived ephemerality of pop and the assumed durability of “real” music.
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AMC Theatres to Launch ‘A Star Is Born’ Two Days Early at Dolby Cinemas

AMC Theatres is launching “A Star Is Born” two days early for 7 p.m. shows on Oct. 2 at 115 of its Dolby Cinemas. AMC announced the promotion on Tuesday. The chain said ticket prices vary by location. AMC value programs, including AMC Stubs A-List and $ 5 ticket Tuesday, may not be used for the […]

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Books of The Times: Bill Cunningham, Style Maven, Leaves Behind a Memoir and It’s ‘a Real Dilly’

In his posthumous book, “Fashion Climbing,” the Times’s onetime fashion and society photographer recalls his younger days as a hat maker and man about town.
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‘A Catharsis Sculpture’: An Artist Makes a Monument to Cancer Survivors

Prune Nourry’s new work, on view in Manhattan’s meatpacking district, is a tribute to women like herself who have battled breast cancer.
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Brat Announces New Mystery Series ‘A Girl Named Jo’ Starring Annie LeBlanc

A teen mystery series is in development at digital network Brat, featuring Brat and Nickelodeon stars Annie LeBlanc and Addison Riecke. The show, Brat’s first period drama, takes place in 1963, a decade after a factory fire had ruined a small town; LeBlanc’s and Riecke’s characters become unlikely friends from opposite sides of the tracks and […]

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‘A Quiet Place’ Looks to Make Noise at Weekend Box Office

While sci-fi epics and action-adventures have dominated theaters over the past few months, two fresh genres are looking to shake things up at the domestic box office. Horror thriller “A Quiet Place” and R-rated comedy “Blockers” are expected to have solid openings this weekend, with the former likely to take the crown. Paramount Pictures’ “A […]

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‘Sherlock Gnomes,’ ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Top Studios’ TV Ad Spending

In this week’s edition of the Variety Movie Commercial Tracker, powered by the TV advertising attention analytics company iSpot.tv, Paramount Pictures claims the top spot in spending with “Sherlock Gnomes.” Ads placed for the animated film had an estimated media value of $ 5.07 million through Sunday for 1,043 national ad airings on 30 networks. (Spend […]

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Tracy Morgan Is a Survivor. And ‘a Better Man Now.’

Just a few years after a car crash left him with a severe brain injury, Mr. Morgan is back with “The Last O.G.,” a new comedy about second chances.
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Books of The Times: ‘Scarlet A’ Wants Less Shouting About Abortion and More Talking

Katie Watson says that with so much focus on “extraordinary” cases, there is something “unreal” about the American conversation about abortion.
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Fox’s ‘A Christmas Story’ Live Musical Casts Ralphie

Fox has cast the main character of Ralphie for its upcoming musical “A Christmas Story Live!” Andy Walken, and 11-year-old actor from Seattle, Wash., has landed the gig. Walken was one of more than 350 actors to apply for the role of Ralphie Parker, the boy whose only dream is to get a Red Ryder […]

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Disney CEO Bob Iger Decries Las Vegas Shooting: ‘A Huge Crisis for Our Country’

Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger spoke out forcefully about the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, calling the violence a “human tragedy of huge proportion” and noting the incident is indicative of  “a huge crisis” for the United States. “We should be demanding a dialogue about this from our politicians,” said Iger, speaking at a […]

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Books of The Times: George Smiley and Other Old Friends Return in John le Carré’s ‘A Legacy of Spies’

In le Carré’s new novel, the children of some of his best-known characters have grown up and demand justice.
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Adrien Brody on his Ties to China and Upcoming Film ‘A Dog Named De Niro’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Adrien Brody was feted Friday with a lifetime achievement award at the Locarno Film Festival, Europe’s preeminent indie event, where he sat down with Variety and talked about why his 2003 Oscar for “The Pianist” didn’t lead to as many big studio roles as could be expected. He also delved into his ties to China,… Read more »

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American Beauties: Harry Crews’s ‘A Childhood’ Vividly Evokes a Depression-Era America

The author’s memoir is a Dickensian anthology of the physical and mental intensities of growing up poor in Georgia.
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How Hillary Clinton Coped with Election Loss: ‘A Little Chardonnay and a Lot of Charlotte,’ Says Daughter Chelsea

Time heals all wounds — but it can’t hurt to hurry things along with a little bit of wine and a lot of toddler time.

Chelsea Clinton opened up about her mother’s post-election coping mechanisms during an appearance on The View on Wednesday, revealing that as Hillary Clinton recovered from unexpectedly losing the presidency to Donald Trump in November, she found comfort in spending time with her granddaughter, Charlotte, and indulging in a glass of Chardonnay here and there.

“A little Chardonnay maybe and a lot of Charlotte, thankfully,” the former first daughter said.

“We spent lots of time with my children,” added Clinton, who is mom to daughter Charlotte, 2, and son Aidan, 11 months.

“The unexpected blessing has been all the time that we’ve been able to spend together as a family,” she continued.

That family time included planting a garden a couple weekends ago at Hillary and Bill Clinton’s home in Chappaqua, New York.

“It was really nice, seeing my mother and my father dig in the dirt with my daughter,” Clinton said. “Such an unforeseen gift that my daughter was giving me to see my parents in that way.”


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Profile: ‘A Writer Writes’: Penelope Lively’s Fiction Defies the Test of Time

Lively’s new collection of stories, “Purple Swamp Hen,” marks her 21st work of fiction. At 84, this chronicler of the English middle class shows no signs of stopping.
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Books of The Times: An Artist Fears She’s a Fraud in ‘A Line Made by Walking’

Sara Baume’s second novel follows a 25-year-old Irishwoman (one who cries all day) down the rabbit hole of elegiac distress.
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RHONY Feuding Got So Bitter the Ladies Didn’t Talk for ‘a Month’ — and One Star Nearly Quit

The Real Housewives of New York are about to take another bite out of the Big Apple — but not without a little hesitation.

Dorinda Medley tells PEOPLE Now that she was hesitant to return for season 9 of the series after facing accusations of drug use from her cast mates.

“I think the whole season hampered a lot of us from coming back to the show,” admits Medley. “I don’t think it was just one thing. I kind of left the show last year feeling like it was quite dark.”

“It’s one thing when you have the controversy and then you have the resolution and you have all those whacky moments,” she explains. “But, it was dark.”

During the season 8 reunion, Sonja Morgan and Bethenny Frankel accused Medley of using cocaine. “Everybody knows you do drugs,” charged Morgan.

In response, Medley said, “I don’t do drugs. How would I do all these drugs when lives with me? I’m home every night.”

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“Usually after the reunion, everyone goes to dinner and they have a great time. Everybody just like slithered out of there, we didn’t even speak to each other for a month,” Medley explains of the aftermath.

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In general, Medley says of her fellow RHONY costars, “I think women need to really support other women and I think they need to at some point stay out of your business.”

The Real Housewives of New York City season 9 premieres Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.


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Claire Danes, Jim Parsons to Star in Transgender Family Drama ‘A Kid Like Jake’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Jim Parsons and Claire Danes are attached to star as a married couple in the family drama “A Kid Like Jake,” based on a celebrated Lincoln Center play, Variety has learned. The story, about a couple trying to raise a 4-year-old-son who prefers to dress up as a princess instead of G.I. Joe, is especially… Read more »

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David Cassidy Reveals He Is Battling Dementia: ‘A Part of Me Always Knew This Was Coming’

David Cassidy is battling dementia.

The 66-year-old actor, widely known for his starring role as Keith Partridge on the 1970s series The Partridge Family, reveals to PEOPLE that he is fighting the memory loss disease.

Cassidy, who watched his grandfather battle the disease and witnessed his mother “disappear” into dementia until she died at age 89, tells PEOPLE of his diagnosis: “I was in denial, but a part of me always knew this was coming.”

Of his mother’s struggles, Cassidy recalls: “In the end, the only way I knew she recognized me is with one single tear that would drop from her eye every time I walked into the room. … I feared I would end up that way.”

Now that he’s come to terms with his condition, Cassidy has made the decision to stop touring as a musician to concentrate on his health and happiness. “I want to focus on what I am, who I am and how I’ve been without any distractions,” he says. “I want to love. I want to enjoy life.”

Cassidy’s revelation follows a roller coaster of personal ups and downs that the actor has faced in the past decade, including a show in Agoura Hills, California, this past weekend where Cassidy repeatedly struggled to remember lyrics to songs he had been singing for nearly 50 years.

In November 2010, he was charged with a DUI and was subsequently charged with the same offense in August 2013 and January 2014. A month after his third arrest, his wife, Sue Shifrin-Cassidy, filed for divorce. In February 2015, the actor filed for bankruptcy and was charged following his hit-and-run eight months later in October 2015.

The ’70s teen heartthrob has also battled substance abuse issues, including a stint in rehab in 2014.

Cassidy, who received an Emmy nomination for his appearance on Police Story in 1978, was most recently seen on TV in a 2013 episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

—With NATALIE STONE


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Is the Met Museum ‘a Great Institution in Decline’?

Aiming ever higher, the museum faces financial challenges that include a deficit nearing $ 40 million and expansion plans that have been postponed for lack of funding.
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Books of The Times: Review: ‘A Really Good Day,’ Ayelet Waldman’s Better Living Through LSD

Ms. Waldman’s memoir recounts how very small doses of a psychedelic drug have helped her mood, her marriage and the rest of her life.
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The Modern Love Podcast: Emmy Rossum Reads ‘A Millennial’s Guide to Kissing’

In an encore presentation, the “Shameless” actress reads the story of a college student who receives a life-changing kiss from a stranger on a plane.
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It’s ‘a Very Sad, Crazy Mess’: Rob Kardashian Is ‘Crazy Suspicious’ of Blac Chyna, Which Leads to Fights: Source

Although Rob Kardashian has made an emotional plea to Blac Chyna after he claimed she “took the baby, took the whole nursery we built” out of their shared home on Saturday, a source tells PEOPLE that the 29-year-old new father is often the cause of their drama.

“He has absolutely been the instigator in most of their past fights,” says the source. “His emotional problems takes over and he lashes out at Chyna over ridiculous stuff.

“Chyna just had a baby and he keeps fighting with her over ridiculous things,” the source added. “It’s like he just can’t help himself. Whenever he gets along with Chyna, he finds a way to ruin it. He is crazy suspicious and doesn’t trust her at all … Now he keeps fighting with her over issues that his family had from the beginning. He doesn’t trust that she actually loves him and that their relationship is only about money to her.”

The source continues, “But it just seems it’s kind of too late to have these issues now. Rob is a dad and that should be his focus. He cries now that he misses his baby, but he isn’t mature enough to not start fights with Chyna in the first place. It’s just a crazy mess. A very sad crazy mess.”

The source adds that Kardashian has been crying about his fight with Chyna to his family.

“It’s just sad that he treats the mother of his child like this,” the source said.

Throughout their tumultuous relationship, the couple have had many ups and downs due to their differences.

“Rob and Chyna are like oil and water,” another source tells PEOPLE. “They just bicker constantly. It’s not healthy.”

However, the source adds that the duo are very savvy about the fact that their public fighting brings increased attention to their reality show Rob & Chyna, which was recently renewed for a second season, and they are on top of future storylines. (Both Chyna and Kardashian posted on social media promoting the series’ baby special on Sunday night after their public fight.)

On Saturday, Chyna’s Instagram account was hacked, with the anonymous hacker claiming she had left Kardashian. The hacker also said they were going to “expose” the reality star and how she was using Kardashian while allegedly cheating on him with other men — although the conversations that were posted  in the “hack” didn’t show any signs of infidelity on Chyna’s part. Chyna later confirmed that the private messages and text conversations the hacker leaked were real, and even implied that Kardashian was involved in her “hack.”

After the hacker released her messages, they pointed fans to check out Kardashian’s Snapchat, where he posted a series of videos of himself walking around his empty home. Appearing visibly upset, Kardashian claimed Chyna “took the baby, took the whole nursery we built.” He also said Chyna wasn’t letting him see their daughter.

“She blocked me or else I would ask to see her and she has the guard gate not letting me in the gate either. I just miss baby Dream,” he wrote.


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‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ Almost Never Made It To Television

In 1965, “A Charlie Brown Christmas” debuted on CBS, with over 15 million people tuning in for the first showing. Over the next five decades, millions more watched the story of a few, still mostly hairless, kids who go on a quest to find the true meaning of celebrating Christmas.

Although the multigenerational resonance of this television special now seems fated, the fact that “A Charlie Brown Christmas” even made it on TV was actually so serendipitous that it’s almost easy to believe some divine, jolly red-suited figure intervened to guide its path.

The Huffington Post spoke on the phone with producer Lee Mendelson about how CBS execs, animator Bill Melendez, and Mendelson himself thought the final product was a disaster before it aired.

“When it was all finished, we thought we’d ruined Charlie Brown,” said Mendelson, who now ― comfortably sitting atop half a century of “Charlie Brown” success, acclaim and syndication money ― can talk openly about the time he thought he’d irrevocably tank cartoonist Charles Schulz’s franchise.

This special was the very first time Schulz had allowed an animator — in this case, Melendez — and producer to try to turn the Charlie Brown–centered “Peanuts” comic strip into a video feature. The stakes were high to not destroy Schulz’s successfully syndicated comic about a kid who couldn’t kick a football or learn to switch up his wardrobe from a yellow and black shirt.

In the alternate timeline where “A Charlie Brown Christmas” actually was a flop, the Halloween and Thanksgiving specials certainly would’ve never been made.

“If you go back and look over the years, very, very few comic strips ever went beyond one network special,” said Mendelson, explaining the concern this apparent disaster of a special could cause for the brand. “They’d get one shot and be gone.”

Adding to Mendelson’s guilt at the time was that he was the one who roped Schulz into the deal with advertising group McCann Erickson to create this special, which Coca-Cola would sponsor.

(As an aside, Schulz, Melendez and Mendelson were fully aware that it was strange their movie was championing anti-commercialism, while a corporate giant made that movie possible. “The whole thing was a paradox,” said Mendelson. “It was all kind of mixed together and we all went marching forward realizing the paradox involved, as did Coca-Cola.”)

Mendelson had first become friends with Schulz after he cold-called the cartoonist to pitch making a documentary about him. Both of them happened to live in the San Francisco area, and the producer simply found Schulz’s number listed in the phone book. The two bonded over a love for baseball, in particular San Francisco Giants star Willie Mays, who was the subject of another of Mendelson’s documentaries.

Nobody ended up buying the film Mendelson made about Schulz, but their known relationship caused McCann to give Mendelson a call to see whether Schulz had any interest in making a Christmas special.

“I frankly just lied and said, ‘Oh, yes, we’ve talked about it quite a bit,’” said Mendelson. McCann wanted an outline for Coca-Cola by the next week, which Mendelson promised he could give them ― based on nothing.

“I hung up the phone, stared at the phone for a few minutes, then I picked it up and called Mr. Schulz and I said, ‘I think I just sold “A Charlie Brown Christmas,”’” explained Mendelson. “And he said, ‘What in the world is that?’ And I said, ‘It’s something you’re going to write tomorrow.’ And again, there was another 10-second pause and he said, ‘OK, come on up, we can do it.’”

They called up Melendez and the three made the outline for the special in just one day. “The final show that came out was just about the same show we outlined that first day, never really changed it at all,” said Mendelson.

The final major component of the movie was filled in an equally happenstance way, as Mendelson heard a song by San Francisco musician Vince Guaraldi in a cab. He hired the local for the project. 

“It was just one of those surreal things that comes together,” said Mendelson. “Like Vince Guaraldi ― where does he live? ― he lives in San Francisco. What’re the odds of that happening? I don’t know if you call that fate or serendipity or what, but why we all ended up in San Francisco, I will never know.”

But if, in retrospect, the combination of these people seems like destiny, at the time it certainly felt like a mess.

Mendelson and Melendez both thought that the special was too slow and that the inclusion of religion would not go over well.

“When [Schulz] said, ‘You know, we’re going to have Linus read from the Bible,’ Bill and I looked at each other and said, ‘Uh oh, that doesn’t sound very good,’” said Mendelson. “But then Schulz said, ‘Look, if we’re going to do this, we should talk about what Christmas is all about, not just do a cartoon with no particular point of view.’”

Schulz also vehemently opposed Mendelson’s suggestion that there be a laugh track, given this was a cartoon.

The execs at CBS ended up having the same thoughts as Mendelson and Melendez, while also believing the music was a bad fit. But Schulz’s team turned in the finished work just a bit over a week before the scheduled airdate, and so changes weren’t an option.

“[The CBS execs] thought the kids were using big words,” said Mendelson. “They didn’t get the jazz music, and so they said, ‘Well, we’ll put it on the air, not much we can do about it. It’s in TV Guide, we’ll put it on, it’s not going to hurt anything.’”

It may seem strange that Schulz agreed to risk the longevity of his career to make such a unique special that went against the conventional wisdom of the time, but Mendelson explained it was a move in line with Schulz’s nature.

“He was very competitive always ― in sports, or being the best comic strip or whatever,” said Mendelson. “So looking back, I can see where he would say, ‘Come on, we can do it.’ He was very confident in it, but he took an enormous risk.”

Just like Charlie Brown fought for his authentic Christmas tree, or just like Schulz fought for his vision, sometimes you’ve got to believe you’re the one with the right idea in a room full of doubters.

“Charlie Brown endures bullying and keeps fighting back ― [this message] is so important today,” concluded Mendelson. “Over the past 50 years, I’ve heard from so many different minority groups that identify with Charlie Brown and his struggle. His struggle is like their struggle. If there’s any way that Charlie Brown’s success can wave the flag for the bullied, then I think that’s a good thing.”

As all the characters yell at the end of the special, “Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown.”

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The Dave Eggers novel comes to the screen, with Mr. Hanks in the lead role and Tom Tykwer, of “Cloud Atlas” and “Run Lola Run,” behind the camera.
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