Timing Is Everything: Celebuscribe Howard A. Rodman goes to Sundance and blogs about “the Tao of swag.” Except he does so before he departs for Sundance. Which is kinda weird.
There’s Another Fanning? We’re getting the creepy feeling that the Fanning family is actually a thespian robot-doll factory. Someone needs to look into it. Jevon Phillips, we’re assigning you.
DGA Strikes A (Quasi) Deal: The deal basically calls the writers silly for wanting to settle the whole Internet issue now — rather than on an arbitrarily chosen date of 2011. On a positive note, the studios say they’re open to talking to the writers again. Key line: “If the WGA rejects the basic concepts of a DGA deal, there’s going to be a great deal of dissatisfaction among the membership,” said Dick Wolf, creator and executive producer of the Law & Order TV shows. “The bottom line here is: This town should be back to work in three weeks.”
- From Golden Gate Reporter to Golden Gate Spokesperson
- Wenner Media CRO Bolts to Apple University
- Retired Manhattan Lawyer Gets His Jaguar Back
- Clay Aiken Works the New York Room