How many little-known, eligible Jewish celebrity siblings are there out there? Turns out there are quite a few.
Watching a movie about David Foster Wallace is inherently ironic. But Anne Cohen writes that it’s worth putting that aside to enjoy a surprisingly good film, which celebrates the author’s work.
Much like the socially inept persona he plaid in “The Social Network,” Jesse Eisenberg has much to learn about social graces.
It seems that Obama has no shortage of Jewish celeb supporters such as Tory Burch, Jesse Eisenberg and Ben Stiller, to name a few. But Jewish celebs have been showing up at the Republican National Convention. As the RNC wraps up, some familiar names have surfaced:
A play written by Jesse Eisenberg about a young writer visiting a Holocaust survivor cousin in Poland will be one of five world premieres mounted in the 2012-13 season of the New-York based Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, the New York Times reported. “The Revisionist” will be the second Rattlestick production for the actor/writer, whose drama “Asuncion” was nominated for a Drama League Award this past year.
Woody Allen talks about his new flick ‘To Rome With Love,’ plus the dumb questions reporters sometimes ask him.
Nominations for the 83rd annual Academy Awards, announced this morning, were good for the Jews.