If you really want to learn how to throw a party and make an entrance, take a page out of Madonna's book: Invite celebs like Rachel Roy, Martha Stewart, Kelly Osbourne, Salman Rushdie, David Blaine…
Sweet Baby Jesus
As with all such carte-blanche extravaganzas (increasingly rare in this cautious Hollywood age), it exudes an undeniable fascination — at least for a while.
Nobody does bad taste like John Waters, as bottom-shelf south-of-the-border imitation "Los chidos" proves, peddling shock to scant amusement.
The tale of the three Magi gets another extreme arthouse makeover in "Little Baby Jesus of Flandr."
Beau Willimon's play, "Lower Ninth," proves the specifics of Katrina can be expanded into metaphors.
It's not often you arrive at Carnegie Hall and have a petition thrust at you, urging you to "Sign up to defend Jesus and Mary" from the musical recital about to take place inside.
While training to be a radar technician in the Air Force, Carlin works as a disc jockey for KJOE in Shreveport, La. He's soon booted from the service when officers deem him an "unproductive airman."
When your very first feature script gets made just months after you've finished a first draft, it may look like success comes easily. It's what happened to tyro scribe Dana Fox when she wrote the…
Jack Black lived like a king Sunday when he stepped into the role of King Herod for a benefit perf of "Jesus Christ Superstar" at L.A.'s Ricardo Montalban. Proceeds went to YouTHeatre America.
It's hard to imagine sweeter vindication for all the brainiac pariahs doomed throughout their school years to nerd status than "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee." And it's especially sweet…