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Jamie Lee Curtis ditched Oscars early to get In-N-Out burger | Culture

Jamie Lee Curtis ducked out of the Oscars early on Sunday night (10 March) to grab a burger.The former Academy Award winner presented the gong for Best Supporting Actress after winning last year for her role in Everything Everywhere All at Once.But she didn’t hang around for long, skipping the afterparty to go to In-N-Out Burger.“Fly in, get fluffed and folded, present at the Oscars, go to In-N-Out Burger, fly away,” Curtis wrote on Instagram, sharing photos of her drive-thru dinner. Jamie Lee Curtis ducked out of the…

This month’s best paperbacks: Margaret Atwood, Curtis Sittenfeld and more | Books

Nothing Special Nicole Flattery Inside Warhol's Factory Nothing Special is set in the grubby avant garde of Andy Warhol’s Factory studio, which, in 1966, when the story kicks off, was establishing itself as an artistic and cultural force to be reckoned with. Seventeen-year-old school drop-out Mae and her new friend, fellow Factory worker Shelley, are cut from precisely the same cloth as the jaded, affectless women who populated Flattery’s short stories:…

How Many Oscars Has Jamie Lee Curtis Won?

Without question, Jamie Lee Curtis is Hollywood royalty. She is not only the daughter of acclaimed performers Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, but she has been in films since her feature debut in John Carpenter’s horror masterpiece Halloween, which was released back in 1978 and catapulted her career to massive stardom. From there, it was only a matter of time until Curtis nabbed some eye-popping Oscars gold — although it certainly took her a hearty length of time to get there. Seeing as she has been serving up stellar…

Jamie Lee Curtis shares ‘best thing’ she learned after 25 years of sobriety | Hollywood

Hollywood veteran Jamie Lee Curtis recently walked down memory lane, reflecting on her sobriety journey. In an interview with Hoda Kotb on Today, Curtis revealed the best lesson she learned after 25 years of being sober. The Halloween star also explained what turning 65 means to her and why it is a moment of “excitement.” Jamie Lee Curtis recently explained what turning 65 means to her as she reflected on her sobriety journey(REUTERS) Jamie Lee Curtis reflects on sobriety journeyDuring the interview that aired…

Julia Roberts tells Richard Curtis thing she ‘loathed’ most about Notting Hill: ‘I was so uncomfortable’

Get our free weekly email for all the latest cinematic news from our film critic Clarisse LoughreyGet our The Life Cinematic email for freeJulia Roberts has opened up about the part of Notting Hill she “loathed” making.Roberts, most recently seen in Netflix film Leave the World Behind, starred in the 1999 romantic comedy as a Hollywood film actor who finds romance with a British bookshop owner, played by Wonka actor Hugh Grant.At the time, Roberts was a bonafide star of her own, having starred in Pretty Woman in 1990 and…

Julia Roberts tells Richard Curtis thing she ‘loathed’ about Notting Hill: ‘I was so uncomfortable’

Get our free weekly email for all the latest cinematic news from our film critic Clarisse LoughreyGet our The Life Cinematic email for freeJulia Roberts has opened up about the part of Notting Hill she “loathed” making.Roberts, most recently seen in Netflix film Leave the World Behind, starred in the 1999 romantic comedy as a Hollywood film actor who finds romance with a British bookshop owner, played by Wonka actor Hugh Grant.At the time, Roberts was a bonafide star of her own, having starred in Pretty Woman in 1990 and…

Good Grief review – Richard Curtis style romcom from Schitt’s Creek’s Dan Levy | Film

Dan Levy, the son of Eugene and co-creator of TV comedy Schitt’s Creek, has made an agonisingly well-intentioned and indulgent feature debut with a bittersweet relationship dramedy for which he is writer, director, producer and star, set in and around various tasteful upmarket properties in London and Paris. The need for emotional honesty is a theme, and audiences are entitled to wonder if the role played by wealth in soothing broken hearts deserves to be discussed more openly here than it is.Levy plays Marc, an artist…

Love Actually director Richard Curtis admits he made a ‘dreadful mistake’

Sign up to Roisin O’Connor’s free weekly newsletter Now Hear This for the inside track on all things musicGet our Now Hear This email for freeLove Actually is known for many things, from that notorious flashcard scene to the much-parodied Keira Knightley performance where she admits she has terrible taste in pie.Arguably one thing it doesn’t get enough credit for is the soundtrack, which includes “All You Need is Love” played by a live band during a wedding, and Hugh Grant dancing around Number 10 Downing Street to “Jump”…

Richard Curtis made a ‘dreadful mistake’ after omitting song from Love Actually

Sign up to Roisin O’Connor’s free weekly newsletter Now Hear This for the inside track on all things musicGet our Now Hear This email for freeLove Actually is known for many things, from that notorious flashcard scene to the much-parodied Keira Knightley performance where she admits she has terrible taste in pie.Arguably one thing it doesn’t get enough credit for is the soundtrack, which includes “All You Need is Love” played by a live band during a wedding, and Hugh Grant dancing around Number 10 Downing Street to “Jump”…

Richards Curtis makes personal confession about infamous Love Actually scene

Get our free weekly email for all the latest cinematic news from our film critic Clarisse LoughreyGet our The Life Cinematic email for freeRichard Curtis has admitted that even he questioned the actions of Andrew Lincoln’s character, Mark, in his 2003 Christmas classic, Love Actually.Mark is the best friend of Peter (played by Chiwetel Ejiofor), who declares his unrequited love for Juliet (played by Keira Knightley), Peter’s new wife.During one much-maligned scene, Peter tells Juliet she’s “perfect” with a series of cue…