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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

21 Witchy Movies to Keep You Spellbound Until ‘Suspiria’

Demario Marks
21 Witchy Movies to Keep You Spellbound Until ‘Suspiria’
By Demario Marks
Posted on June 7, 2018

Bette Midler, SJP, and Kathy Najimy, Hocus Pocus

If you’re a horror fan (or a Luca Guadagnino or Tilda Swinton fan), chances are you’ve already seen the new Suspiria trailer a few times. The fresh take on an Italian classic doesn’t hit theaters until November, but it’s already garnered plenty of early buzz (early footage at a CinemaCon luncheon led to nauseous praise) and scrutiny (the color palette features less Argento neon and more shades of gray) from horror aficionados and reboot detractors. Regardless of whether it recalls the original or is a complete diversion, the Suspiria redux will join the ranks of one of the greatest subgenres of storytelling: witch movies. Read More

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Director Paul Mazursky Tells NPR’s Terry Gross Why He Cast Bette And Woody In “Scenes”

NPR
Fresh Air‘ Remembers Screenwriter Paul Mazursky
July 07, 2014 1:18 PM ET

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Paul Mazursky had planned on becoming an actor. Perhaps the most autobiographical movie he wrote and directed was 1976 film “Next Stop, Greenwich Village” about a young actor and his friends. I first interviewed Mazursky in 1991 after his film “Scenes From A Mall” came out. Woody Allen and Bette Midler play a couple about to celebrate their 16th wedding anniversary with a big dinner party in their Beverly Hills home. They’re spending the day in the mall shopping for the party. In this scene, Woody Allen confesses he’s been involved with another woman. Read More

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Sunday, September 7, 2014

Sophie To Be In Woody Allen’s Next Movie

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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Celebrities Lash Out After Senate Gun Control Vote

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According to a Gallup poll released April 15, only four percent of Americans think gun control is the most important issue facing the country.

Reuters said in early February that 91 percent of a Quinnipiac survey that questioned 1,772 registered voters supported background checks, but a much smaller number — 56 percent — supported an assault weapon ban.

Bette Midler, for example, went ballistic.

“Today, the US SENATE VOTED AGAINST 91% OF THE COUNTRY THAT WANTS BACKGROUND CHECKS. WE ARE TAKING NAMES, MOTHERF***ERS,” she screamed. Read More

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Saturday, January 19, 2013

Bette Tweets: “People”, Audubon Society, American Idol, And Parental Guidance

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Sung to tune of “People”: Birdies, how I love the birdies Even geese when they’re pooping And befouling my lawn …

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Continue singing: I love each sparrow As frail as Mia Farrow I love each card’nal and crow And all the vultures I know….

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Big finish: Every bird and its nest Has someplace to rest because of People People like you people The most generous people in the world!! Read More

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Saturday, September 15, 2012

BetteBack 1974: Bette Midler And Ahmet Ertegun Attend Frank Sinatra’s Comeback Concert

Time
People
Apr. 22, 1974

It was an oldsters’ Woodstock. Some 2,800 mostly middle-aged fans roared and stamped as a stouter, hoarser Frank Sinatra, 58, opened his eight-city “comeback” tour with a concert at Manhattan’s Carnegie Hall.

The audience, which included Ginger Rogers, Cristina Ford, Freddie Brisson and Bette Midler, paid up to $150 a ticket. Several women screamed “You’re still gorgeous!” as the Voice swung into standards from his pre-Mia Farrow period like Here’s That Rainy Day and I Get a Kick Out of You. Read More

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