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Also at the literary gala were Diana Taylor, authors Zadie Smith, Walter Mosley, Jeffrey Eugenides, director Todd Solondz, artist David Salle and Paris Review editor Lorin Stein.
Clare Lizzimore’s “Animal,” directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch, has also added to its cast Kristin Griffith, Greg Keller, David Pegram and Fina Strazza.
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In March of 2010, Kate Winslet and her director husband/baby-daddy Sam Mendes announced their split.
That’s the received wisdom about where we’re at, and I’ve never found that to be true.
I find this enormous solidarity with the women in my profession and I think that’s broadly true everywhere.
I felt it was important to make a choice that would not invalidate what another woman believes, but that doesn’t mean I could be judge and jury or that I should think every actor who’s worked for Woody Allen should do what I did—I don’t.
The more people that speak up and are heard and know that they will be listened to if they say something that is going to rock a boat—that is a good thing.
"Completely agree with you," says Hall when we meet in a cozy Midtown office. It's movie magic."Not to make it about me, but is at once a film with silver-screen razzle-dazzle and also a depiction of a regular, but not often discussed, quandary.Rebecca Hall and Morgan Spector are reuniting onstage after starring together in Broadway’s “Machinal” in 2014, Page Six has exclusively learned.Hall’s real-life husband, Spector, will play her onstage hubby in the Atlantic Theater Company’s play, “Animal.” The show begins previews May 24 and opens on June 6.It’s about people trying to work out how to question a relationship that is basically good.
There’s nothing terribly, obviously bad about it, so how do you give yourself permission to go on a self-discovery voyage?
I did this film called , and it deals with a polyamorous threesome—a very stable, romantic healthy relationship that just happens to involve three people. In this film, these two characters are actually very conventional—they’re not radicals, but they’re dabbling in something that they believe to be transgressive to work out who they are.