The Who: Live at Hyde Park THE WHO: LIVE IN HYDE PARK (2015) Featuring Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, Simon Townshend, Pino Palladino, Loren Gold, Frank Simes, Zak Starkey, John Corey, Robert Plant, Johnny Marr, Paul Weller and Iggy Pop. Directed by Chris Rule. Distributed by Eagle Rock Entertainment. 109 minutes. Not Rated. Fifty years on from becoming famous for rebelliously writing and singing “I hope I die before I get old,” the members of The Who have indeed gotten old
Gary Sinise at the NY press day for Brothers at War. GARY SINISE HELPS BROTHERS at WAR and GRAPPLES with IRAQ and ITS EFFECT on a FAMILY by Brad Balfour Presently known for playing Detective Mac Taylor on the hit TV series, CSI: NY, the talented Gary Sinise has done it all – acting, directing, making music and producing everything from plays to films. Now, Sinise plays the role of executive producer for the recently released documentary feature, Brothers at War. Since Sinise
Method Man at the New York press day for “The Wackness.” Method Man Gets High with The Wackness by Brad Balfour Though Method Man only plays a small role in one crucial scene, his presence in The Wackness, adds a necessary touch of credibility to this indie film paean to New York and its homegrown hip-hop culture. Given that the story is told from a geeky white, Jewish, 18-year-old pot dealer’s perspective (he’s more into weed as a social statement than as a way to financiall
Amaury Nolasco in “Prison Break.” AMAURY NOLASCO BREAKING OUT by Jay S. Jacobs Had things broken a little differently, Amaury Nolasco might still be living in his native Puerto Rico telling patients to turn and cough. After all, that was always the plan. His family was made up almost exclusively of doctors, and when he was growing up in an upscale area of the island (New York Yankee catcher Jorge Posada was a schoolmate) he always just assumed he’d follow in their footsteps.
Jason Segel jason segel how he got on mother by jay s. jacobs Jason Segel has gotten a bit of an odd specialty in his Hollywood career – he has become an integral part of some of the most interesting TV ensembles of recent years. His first meshing was on the cult favorite Freaks and Geeks – in which he played the burnout Nick; a man passionate about two things – rock music and smart, beautiful Lindsay Weir (Linda Cardellini). His character had a star-making moment when he s
Kathryn Morris in “Cold Case.” KATHRYN MORRIS COLD CASE, HOT CAREER by Jay S. Jacobs Unlike the cases investigated by her TV alter ego, Detective Lilly Rush of the Philadelphia PD, there is nothing cold about Kathryn Morris. She is the face of Cold Case, the Sunday night police drama which has quietly become one of television’s biggest hits. The solidly crafted weekly whodunit about unsolved mysteries features some of the most intriguing cases on television – evocatively spa
Rainn Wilson in “The Office.” Rainn Wilson Trying Harder in The Office by Ken Sharp Whoever said it doesn’t rain in Southern California is an idiot. It’s an atypically dismal day in Los Angeles; overcast, chilly and raining just enough to make driving a miserable experience. But it all makes perfect sense, because today I’m driving to the set of The Office to interview Rainn Wilson, who portrays Dwight Schrute, the arrogant and misanthropic paper supply salesman on the NBC sh