Marilyn Manson’s Treatment of Evan Rachel Wood Set Off Alarm Bells at HBO
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/Photos Getty ImagesThere were warning signs of Marilyn Manson’s alleged abuse of his former girlfriend Evan Rachel Wood long before she was able to categorize what was happening to her as domestic violence, as their relationship drew concern on the set of HBO’s acclaimed miniseries Mildred Pierce.And it wasn’t until Wood assumed the role of Dolores Abernathy in the futuristic thriller Westworld that she was awakened to what had transpired years ago, as the cnews.yahoo.com
Biden's lack of action on executions adds to death penalty disarray
Activists widely expected Joe Biden to take swift action against the death penalty as the first sitting president to oppose capital punishment, especially since an unprecedented spate of executions by his predecessor ended just days before Biden took office. That has not happened.news.yahoo.com
Wawa to mark 'Mare of Easttown Day' with new cheesesteak
For all the love Wawa has gotten thanks to the HBO hit TV show “Mare of Easttown,” the popular Pennsylvania convenience store chain is giving a little back. To celebrate its newest store opening in Delaware County — where the Kate Winslet-led crime drama is set — Wawa is dedicating Thursday as “Mare of Easttown Day,” an homage to the show that introduced the world to the coffee and hoagies Pennsylvanians have loved for years. British actress Winslet plays Mare Sheehan, a detective sergeant in Easttown — a fictional town just outside of Philadelphia — who is investigating the murder of a teen mother while looking into the disappearance of another young girl.news.yahoo.com
Kate Winslet on "Ammonite," and life during COVID
"I knew who Mary Anning was, but I knew, shamefully, very little about her," Winslet said. Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan in "Ammonite." Neon"It felt as though pairing Mary with a woman who had a similar sensibility to her in terms of how they viewed the world, it felt worthy of Mary," Winslet said. Winslet has been promoting her film close to home, because of COVID travel restrictions. Actress Kate Winslet, currently starring in "Ammonite."cbsnews.com
Kate Winslet on "Ammonite" and life during COVID
Kate Winslet on "Ammonite" and life during COVID Kate Winslet has some familiarity with the dangers of viral outbreaks, having starred in the 2011 thriller "Contagion." Now, COVID-19 has affected how the Oscar-winning actress is promoting her latest film, "Ammonite," by eliminating travel. And that, she tells socially-distanced correspondent Mark Phillips, is not a bad thing.cbsnews.com
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 2/14
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 2/14 Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Jim Axelrod interviews New York Times columnist Suleika Jaouad, who followed her nearly-four-year treatment for leukemia with a 15,000-mile road trip in search of healing. Plus: Mark Phillips sits down with actress Kate Winslet ("Ammonite"); David Pogue explores what goes into the making of a 21st century diamond; Rita Braver profiles Sarah McBride, the country's highest-ranking elected official who is transgender; Major Garrett outlines this week's historic second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump; Mo Rocca visits the final resting places of former presidents; Dr. Jon LaPook has a story of maintaining childhood wonder in the age of COVID; and Martha Stewart offers her recipes for a delicious Valentine's Day brunch.cbsnews.com
Kate Winslet turns TV sleuth, says she'd flop in real life
This image released by HBO shows Kate Winslet in a scene from "Mare of Easttown," debuting on April 18. (HBO via AP)LOS ANGELES – Kate Winslet is playing a police detective on TV, and that’s where her crime-busting ambition ends. I’d be very good at the coffee and the beers, definitely,” Winslet said Wednesday of her role on HBO’s “Mare of Easttown,” debuting in April. Winslet said her character felt in many ways “a million miles away from me” in the nature of her work and its demands. The seven-episode “Mare of Easttown” debuts April 18 on HBO and will be on streaming service HBO Max.
Writer David Hare turns his COVID-19 into a theater piece
LOS ANGELES Oscar-nominated writer David Hare says hes turned his COVID-19 illness into a stage monologue about enduring this quite extraordinary disease.Beat the Devil will open in London as soon as officials deem it safe for theaters to get back into business, Hare said Wednesday. I dont think anyone who has not had it (the virus) quite understands how extraordinarily unpredictable it is, not just on a daily but almost an hourly basis, said the Tony Award-nominated British playwright (Plenty, Racing Demon, Skylight). Hare discussed Beat the Devil during an online news conference to promote Roadkill, a political thriller debuting in November on PBS Masterpiece showcase. An actor has been cast for the virus monologue, Hare said, but he declined to say who or name the theater where it will be staged. Hare received Academy Award nominations for his screenplays for 2002s The Hours with Nicole Kidman and 2008s "The Reader starring Kate Winslet, with both actors winning Oscars.
'DWTS': Kel Mitchell & Witney Carson Flawlessly Recreate Kate Winslet & Leonardo
Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson will "never let go" of their ballroom bliss! During Monday's highly anticipated "Movie Night" on Dancing With the Stars, #TeamDanceWitKel performed a Rumba to Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On." Channeling Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater and Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson, Witney and Kel flawlessly recreated some of the most iconic scenes from 1997's Titanic. ABC first teased which movie Kel and Witney would be tackling via Instagram last Friday, sharing a photo of the two in rehearsal. Regarding the new voting format, which now includes a judges' save, Witney said it makes everything a bit more "scary."
Leonardo DiCaprio Shares His Thoughts on Whether Jack Could Have Fit on the Door in '
Leonardo DiCaprio is addressing the biggest movie controversy of all time! It's been over 20 years since the actor starred as Jack in Titanic and cinephiles are still wondering: Could Jack have fit on the door at the end of Titanic? Now, DiCaprio was finally asked his thoughts on whether Jack could have fit on the floating door during an MTV interview promoting Once Upon a Time in Hollywood with Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt. "He just should have tried harder to get on that door, because I think we would have [fit]!" RELATED CONTENT:Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio on the Prospect of Reaching Their 'Shelf Life' in HollywoodBrad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio Can't Believe They've Never Done a Movie Together Until NowTitanic Director Reveals the Iconic Line Leonardo DiCaprio Wasn't Into
Kate Winslet honored on Walk of Fame
Kate Winslet honored on Walk of Fame Oscar-winning actress Kate Winslet was honored with the 2,520th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Monday, four days before the release of her latest film, "Divergent." The Reading, England native grew up in a family of actors and began performing for British television when she was 13 years old.cbsnews.com