Daniel Day-Lewis Checks Out The Singing-Barber At The Arclight

Seth Abramovitch · 01/11/08 04:02PM

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SAG Awards Nominees: There Will Be Day-Lewis

seth · 12/20/07 01:40PM

Despite the flaccid-sounding acronym, there's nothing namby-pamby about the SAG awards—the greatest honor Hollywood's thespians can bestow upon each other (besides, of course, the Oscars, the Backstage Westies, and the Craigslist Jobs: TV/Film/Video Awards). Jeanne Tripplehorn and Terrence Howard announced this year's nominees early this morning to an enraptured crowd of before-hours cleaning crew and building security at the Pacific Design Center:

Swarthy Psychopaths Hot This Year Among New York And L.A. Film Critics

seth · 12/10/07 01:15PM

Rejoice, for year-end accolades season is upon us: Like the National Board of Review, the New York Film Critics Circle awarded No Country For Old Men their best picture honors, with Daniel Day-Lewis and Javier Bardem both taking Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor Who Virtually Disappeared Into the Part of an Inscrutable Psychopath Whom You Have to Admit Was Pretty Damn Good At His Job, respectively.

Gossip roundup

Gawker · 02/10/03 12:50PM

· Sotheby's execs complain that CEO William Ruprecht is raking in millions while the company's stock sinks and employees are being laid off. [Page Six]
· Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery unveils a 3 1/2-foot tombstone for Bill "the Butcher" Poole (played by Daniel Day-Lewis in Gangs of New York) that says, "Goodbye, boys, I die a true American." [Page Six]
· PETA's obsession with celebrities has resulted in a "worst-dressed list" and a fashion show of their own. [Page Six]
· Hoteliers Jeff Klein and Leona Helmsley are planning to stage a parade "to raise money for the war against drugs." [Page Six]
· Hadassah Lieberman says she'll keep the White House Glatt kosher if her husband is elected. [Cindy Adams]
· Joe DiMaggio blames the Kennedys for the death of Marilyn Monroe; Alan Hevesi complains that Virginia Fields is taking credit for his work; Temptation Island 3 is casting; and "superagent" Andrew Wylie is shopping Madonna's children's book. [NY Daily News]

Gossip roundup: The Rare Sunday Edition

Gawker · 01/12/03 11:49AM

· Former Miss Hungary (and Italian porn superstar), Eva Henger, who played a prostitute in "Gangs of New York," admires Daniel-Day Lewis's willingness to sacrifice his nose for a good performance. She "would have cried." [Page Six]
· The always charming Mickey Rourke threatened Vanity Fair writer Steve Garbarino with a "major ass-kicking" if he said anything that "disrepected" the "club" in his February piece on the Hell's Angels. "Club,"not "gang," mind you. [Page Six]
· Cindy Adams rants about cell phones, movies that are too long, Atkins, kids seeing lesbians and gays before bedtime, and The Dentist. [Cindy Adams]
· Vincent Roppatte of the Elizabeth Arden Salon in Saks is coming out with a book for teens called Cool Hair: A Teenager's Guide to the Best Beauty Secrets of Hair, Makeup and Style. The book tells teens that experimenting with blue hair is preferable to drugs and early sex. Teens beg to differ. [Liz Smith]
· Sam Mendes is hosting an Actor's Fund screening of Road to Perdition at the 74th and 2nd UA theater. [Liz Smith]
· Sean Penn finally realizes that Saddam Hussein used him as a propaganda tool; Mottola replacement Andy Lack was reportedly brought in to play hatchet man, beginning with the salary for his own position$8 million less than what Mottola made; and Winona Ryder has opted for designing clothes rather than shoplifting them. [NY Daily News]