Rachel Weisz, the Jewish actress who starred in the award-winning Holocaust-themed film “Denial” is expecting a baby at 48.
“In four decades of James Bond films, women are depicted enjoying rape.”
Is this movie all about the male gaze? Or just the female gays?
Rachel Weisz talks with us about her Jewish background, her trip to Auschwitz and the challenge of playing a historian from Queens in ‘Denial.’
Deborah Lipstadt’s legal battle with Holocaust denier David Irving is the subject of the Rachel Weisz-starring film “Denial.” In these xenophobic times, can it make a difference?
Rachel Weisz is the real-life Bond girl after our hearts.
British actress Rachel Weisz has been tapped to play Deborah E. Lipstadt in ‘Denial,’ a biopic based on Lipstadt’s courtroom drama with David Irving, who sued her for libel when she accused him of being a Holocaust denier.
The reviews are in for “Oz the Great and Powerful,” the new Wizard of Oz movie by “Spider-Man” director Sam Raimi, and the verdict is not good.
Rachel Weisz, Ben Schwartz, Jordan Farmar, Jill Zarin
We’ve noted the recent trend of non-Jewish celebrities and public figures wearing Jewish jewelry. Remember Sarah Palin’s big Magen David pendant and Elijah Wood’s ring inscribed with a quote from Pirkei Avot? Now the Shmooze wonders why Jewish actress Rachel Weisz has started the reverse trend by wearing a cross — and one that costs $6,400.