Roth is a quadrilingual shark-enthusiast with some fun stories about Iceland.
Director Eli Roth himself — a Jewish director, is peddling an openly fascist white empowerment fantasy.
Didn’t think there was a Jewish side to Shark Week? Wrong. The show’s host, Eli Roth, has written an ode to the cold blooded killers he loves so much.
Eli Roth, 42-year old director of “Hotel,” “Cabin Fever” and yes, that guy anyone with eyes ogled during “Inglurious Basterds,” has tied the knot. The lucky lady is actress Lorenza Izzo, 22.
Last week, Buzzfeed published “The Official Ranking Of The 51 Hottest Jewish Men In Hollywood,” a comprehensive list of the heebiest hunks in stardom.
This week’s news quiz will have you kicking yourself, even as you also think about the sea, the South, the shekel and … breasts (as if you weren’t already!).
Eli Roth should just stay away from the ocean.
Ah, Instagram. A place where everything glows with the soft light of filters and even your non-Hollywood-celebrity-life can look put together and artsy. So just imagine what it can do for those whose lives are already more glitz-filled than yours.
At Passover-time, only one thing is as constant as the dry taste of matzo: the inevitable reruns of “The Ten Commandments.” While I have tremendous respect for the immovable classic, and Charlton Heston (or Old Stoneface, as he’s affectionately known in my family), 56 years is a good long run. It’s time for a change.