“Solo: A Star Wars Story” is the Han Solo backstory no one ever wondered about. But the movie will inevitably join the “Star Wars” canon and become a movie that we will all definitely see.
Jon Favreau’s ‘Chef’ is funny, entertaining, and you will leave the theater hungry and happy, jealous of the saffron-scented meals and backyard orchards of southern California. It is also vaguely evil.
Scarlett Johansson better brush up on her Disney trivia.
For once, it doesn’t matter if you live in an L.A. mega-mansion or a tiny New York apartment – you’ve still got to clean out your hametz. A happy Passover from all your favorite Jewish celebrities.
Veteran Jewish comedian Sid Caesar, who died in Beverly Hills on Wednesday at the age of 91, was one of the greats. Jewish comedians took to Twitter to pay their respects and hail their departed chief:
What do eight Nobel Prize winners, five Pulitzer Prize winners, Academy Award and Emmy winners and my husband, Joseph Leon (‘46) — at one time director of the Electron Microscope Laboratory at Columbia University — have in common?
No one could accuse Robert Downey Jr. of being boring. The actor really, really tries to embrace local customs wherever he goes. While in South Korea promoting the third installment of the Iron Man franchise in early April, he stunned locals by busting out some Gangnam-style dance moves.
Jon Favreau (right) with Daniel Craig on the set of ‘Cowboys and Aliens.’ Image courtesy of Warner Bros.