Truth be told, nobody was really interested before Monday in whether ESPN basketball analyst Chris Broussard thinks homosexuality is a sin.
How Do You Know?
At 43, he has been on the scene for only a decade, landing his breakthrough role in Dover Koshashvili's 2001 "Late Marriage" (including a now-famous nine-minute sex scene), after paying his dues on…
Aamir Khan made an Oscar-nominated pic, starred in India's biggest grossing film ever, and reaches an audience of 500 million every day with his hot-topic talkshow.
Don't be fooled by the shrimp cocktail. The real upfront isn't taking place on the stages of the many glitzy presentations stuffing the calendar between now and late May.
Watch an episode of TV drama or comedy. Then ask yourself: What did the director do?
How do you know when the spark is gone? When your latest romantic comedy looks like TV, feels like greeting-card poetry and sounds like a self-help manual.
Sony's latest offering from helmer James L. Brooks, "How Do You Know," will get a PG-13 rating, after all.
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