Larry Gelbart, the seasoned comedy writer heralded for developing the small screen adaptation of "MASH" and penning the 1982 smash "Tootsie," died Friday after a battle with cancer. He was 81.
Casting agent Sylvia Fay died Aug. 22 in New York. She was 91.
Aaron Sorkin is looking for a Tootsie Roll. He's midway through a telephone interview with a reporter, and for a moment at least, his mind isn't completely focused on the question at hand. It's not…
Bringing absolutely no fresh angles to a time-tested formula that's seemed particularly overworked of late (e.g. "Big Momma's House," "Sorority Boys," etc.), cross-dressing yokfest "Juwanna Mann" may…
Comic sparks fly in "Le Derriere" when a young horsewoman raised in the French countryside locates her missing father and ends up posing as an effeminate gay man to capture his attention. Performing…
"The Birdcage" is a scream. It may not have seemed that the world needed a remake of "La Cage aux Folles," the 1978 French smash hit that spawned two sequels plus a Broadway musical, but Mike Nichols…
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"Tootsie" is a lulu. Remarkably funny and entirely convincing, film pulls off the rare accomplishment of being an in-drag comedy which also emerges with three-dimensional characters. Dustin Hoffman's…