Tag: screenwriter

May 18, 2013 /
May 9, 2013 /

Doris: I was such an awful mother… what if you had a mother like Joan Crawford or Lana Turner? Suzanne: These are the options? You, Joan or Lana?

January 31, 2013 /

How does a young lady who hops aboard a train in New York City without her luggage and ticket end up serenaded by “The Ale and Quail” club? And, breakfast with a stranger dressed in a pajama top and blanket skirt? You’ll have to watch “The Palm Beach Story” to…

July 26, 2012 /

Anita Loos, looking scholarly, famous for writing the bestselling, “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”, notoriously lied about her age, stating she started writing for motion pictures at the age of twelve in 1912… Pictured below: Charlie Chaplin, Anita Loos, Paulette Goddard, and John Emerson. Loos and Emerson were married for seventeen years…

June 9, 2012 /

Ruffled feathers at the London premiere of PROMETHEUS? A little bird told me so – but I’m not at liberty to disclose. You decide via accounts direct from the screenwriters’ mouths… TIME talked to Damon Lindelof about rethinking Prometheus’ alien appeal, working with director Ridley Scott, and the fine art…