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Posts Tagged ‘Ashley Judd’

Sundance Iconoclasts: About as Daring as Mayo on Pastrami

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Sundance Channel and Grey Goose Vodka are foisting a new season of Iconoclasts on the world. We love these pairings, largely because they’re so easy to mock.

Robert Lloyd loves this because it’s pretentious worthy high-production value television, unlike everything else he’s forced to review.

Maureen Ryan likes the longer format of celebrity chit-chat.

Tonight, professional edgy guy Sean Penn chats with author Jon Krakauer about Penn’s movie based on Krakauer’s book. Synergy.

Alicia Keys and Ruby Dee are fine, if only because their names rhyme.

Mike Myers, who’s working on a movie about a self-help expert and Surprise! self-help expert Deepak Chopra.

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Norman Lear and Howard Schultz–moguls.

Wynton Marsalis meets Iron Chef John Besh — wanna bet they talk about what it means to miss New Orleans?

And since this series is all about “the world’s most fascinating and controversial minds”, who better than:

Madeleine Albright and Ashley Judd. What’s the connection? They both color their hair? They both photograph taller than than they really are? We can only hope this will be as embarrassing as the Renee Zellweger and Christiane Amanpour session last season.

The SNL version with Bjork and Charles Barkley is priceless, but NBC, the spoilsports, have pulled their content from YouTube.

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Marie Claire‘s Coles On Marie Claire: ‘People Are Fascinated With What Goes On’

marie_claire_ashley_judd_12.jpgBurgeoning Marie Claire editrix Joanna Coles, as quoted in today’s New York Times on the surge of reality shows focused on behind-the-scenes action (Seventeen, Rolling Stone) at New York glossies:

“People are fascinated with what goes on,” said Joanna Coles, the editor of Marie Claire, who said she has fielded requests by a half-dozen television producers.

Fascinated? Well, about behind-the-scenes of the Ashley Judd topless cover, then, yes. Otherwise, fascination is a fickle thing.

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