First Kill: Thriller about a Wall Street broker (Hayden Christensen) who takes his son hunting, but the day turns deadly when they witness the murder of a crooked cop. With Bruce Willis. Girls Trip: Four lifelong friends travel to New Orleans for some wild times in the Big Easy. Directed by Malcolm D. Lee and starring Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Regina Hall and Tiffany Haddish. Landline: Dramedy directed by Gillian Robespierre about grown sisters who bond over the possibility that their father is cheating on their mother. With John Turturro and Edie Falco.
While you watch the commercials at home the stars ballet leotards for toddlers at the Golden Globes are busy schmoozing, Octavia Spencer passed the time during one recent break chatting with Casey Affleck, Meanwhile, Kurt Russell and Colin Farrell dug into a box of chocolates together while Sofia Vergara posed for a photo with designer Georgina Chapman, Reese Witherspoon bonded with Jeff Bridges while Nicole Kidman turned to hubby Keith Urban to whisper, “Look, Laura.” With that the couple made a beeline across the room to greet Laura Dern..
Novelist Anne Tyler recently was asked whether she ever reread her own books. She replied that doing so “always feels like lying awake in a bedroom I’ve painted myself. The mistakes are so noticeable and so upsetting.”. I can relate. When I look back on my past writing, I close one eye and squint the other. And I, too, have looked up in a room I have painted myself to see the missed spots, the petrified drips, the crooked edges. It’s humbling. Which is why — because picky has a price — I hire professionals. This past week, a crew of painters canvassed my new house, painting every wall, while I marveled at how effortlessly they worked. They executed the prepping, taping, tarping and color application like a well-choreographed ballet.
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley: “Around the World in 80 Days.” Through Dec, 31, Adapted by Mark Brown, Directed by Robert Kelley, Featuring Jason Kuykendall, Tristan Cunningham, Michael Gene Sullivan, Ron Campbell and Ajna Jai, Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $40-$100 (savings available) subject to change, http://theatreworks.org or 650-463-1960, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley: “The Santa Land Diaries.” Dec, 5 ballet leotards for toddlers through Dec, 23, By David Sedaris, For mature audiences, “One man’s brave journey through a maze of candy-caned kids, pretentious parents, and nasty St, Nicks.” Lohman Theatre at Foohill College, Los Altos Hills, $20-$45, http://theatreworks.org or 650-463-1960..
In an interview that aired on NBC’s “Today” show, Sessions also said Trump will be conferring with advisers and that the president would “do what is correct” in connection with the Virginia incident. The attorney general said a more sweeping condemnatory statement released by the White House on Sunday, a day after Trump’s remarks, reflected the president’s views. The White House statement came as Trump aides tried to stem the damage. Senior aides were dispatched to the morning news shows, yet they struggled at times to explain the president’s position. The new White House statement explicitly denounced the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazi groups, but it was attributed to an unnamed spokesperson and not the president himself.
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