It’s finally happening. After 40 years, Mel Brooks will give us the long-promised “History of the World Part II.” He has a lot of catching up to do.
In Zucker’s films, many of the jokes that fall flat now were doomed to die anyhow, too topical to endure and too problematic to bear remembering.
“I think that if she really wants to make a difference, she should use her talents to write about what bothers her.”
“The Hebrew-language translation rights to my new novel are still available,” Rooney wrote in a statement.
“Luis de Torres was a refugee of faith, and for that reason, we may consider him the first of the pilgrims.”
While Marvel comics are famous for their hyperbole, it’s no exaggeration to refer to them collectively as the “Biggest Story Ever Told.” It’s possible only one man knows the entire tale so far.
It’s unclear what circumstances brought Tamar, the mononymous Israeli chanteuse, to the dining room of Pangea in the East Village this October, but it is her feeling that the venue is quite lucky to have her.
A couple with “Golden Voices” find their careers — and their marriage — frustrated by a move to Israel.
Instead of O’Leary’s cow, the culprit may have been a kid named Louis M. Cohn.
Representation is a problem. Referring to non-Jews in Jewish roles as performing “Jewface” is not the solution.