If you’ve paid attention to indie film over the past few years, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with Chris Messina’s work — but he wasn’t always one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actors. In his own words, Messina recounts a career trajectory full of challenges, from getting cut out of a Meryl Streep movie and nearly quitting the business to stumbling over Aaron Sorkin’s complex dialogue on The Newsroom.
Being a chosen person on Christmas isn’t so bad. Here are 30 movies that capture something about Jewish culture.
Because you know you want to eat your way through the Upper West Side in honor of the movie’s 15th anniversary.
A lover and a hater rewatch a classic on its 15th Anniversary.
In a perfect world this list would be longer.
Twenty years ago, Nora Ephron taught us what love was really about: meeting a stranger at the top of the Empire State Building.
It goes to show how beloved she was in the Hollywood community and of course, to all her fans.
CNN’s major gaffe with the supreme court health care ruling and premature reports about Nora Ephron’s death are a reminder that especially when it comes to the internet, you can’t always believe what you read. Editors who cover celebrity deaths say they’re more skeptical of online reports than ever before.
In obituaries and on Twitter, Kirstie Alley, Glamour editor Cindi Leive, New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, and other fans pay their respects to Ephron and her witty writing.
The late Ephron had so many talents, but what fans may remember best from her vast body of work are select scenes from some of her very famous films. Here are five of the most memorable from Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally, and more.
The writer and filmmaker died at the age of 71 in Manhattan Tuesday. The inspiring, witty, and hilarious quotes she leaves behind in her books, movies, and essays seem endless, but here are a few of my favorites.