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LIEV SCHREIBER: ANG LEE LIKES MY LEGS
Liev Schreiber: Ang Lee Likes My Legs Image
New York Magazine's Vulture talked to Liev Schreiber at at party for Hamptons Magazines (of which Schreiber happens to be the latest coverboy).  in addition to chatting about the male need to cross dress––"Putting on women's clothing and acting like a woman is something that comes naturally to men"––Schreiber reco
DEMETRI MARTIN, ONE OF LA TIMES "10 FACES"
Demetri Martin, One of  LA TIMES
The Los Angeles Times's slideshow/essay  "Ten Faces Igniting Movie Buzz" has put Taking Woodstock's Demetri Martin at the front of the list. In the accompanying bio, John Horn writes how the young come
The Hollywood Reporter on Demetri Martin's Star Quality Image
Over at the Hollywood Reporter's Risky Business blog, Steven Zeitchik has written a post entitled Can Demetri Martin be a movie star? The piece looks at the breakout actors who emerged throughout the course of the Cannes Film Festival, and Zeitchik writes about British teenager Kate Jarvis, from Andrea Arnold's acclaimed Fish Tank, and German thesp Christoph
ANG & JAMES VIA AP
Ang & James via AP Image
Writing for the Associated Press, David Germain profiles director Ang Lee and creative partner and Focus CEO James Schamus at Cannes. Joking about the comic turn the two take in Lee's new film Taking Woodstock, Schamus quips: It was like the line from Woody Allen. `I like your
MORE ON TAKING WOODSTOCK AT CANNES
More on Taking Woodstock at Cannes Image
There has been much chatter about Taking Woodstock in the past few days after its premiere at Cannes, and here are a few of the press snippets that caught my eye. In a post entitled "Taking Woodstock rocks" over at the Austin 360 Cannes blog, Charles Ealy has a warm appraisal of the film, in which he concludes "T
FIRST TAKES OF THIRST AND TAKING WOODSOCK AT CANNES
First takes of  Thirst and Taking Woodsock at Cannes Image
Now both Thirst and Taking Woodstock have had their press screenings, and reviews and reactions are bubbling up. At Empire Magazine, Damon Wise wrote a lovely response to Ang Lee’s new film Taking Woodstock. 
CANNES SPECIAL: HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY PITCH TO ANG LEE
Cannes special: How to Successfully Pitch to Ang Lee Image
Earlier today, my colleague Peter Bowen pointed to The Hollywood Reporter's interview with Park Chan-wook, the director of the Focus Features vampire movie, Thirst, which played at Cannes today. Another Focus title at the world's biggest film festival is, of course, Ang Lee's Taking Woodstock and - wouldn't you know it! - the Hollywood Reporter als
DEMETRI MARTIN'S TAKING WOODSTOCK GAME
Demetri Martin's Taking Woodstock Game Image
I sometimes forget just how fixated Demetri Martin is with wordplay, and that when he first rose to prominence long palindrome poems and the like were a integral part of his charmingly geeky routine, and that "jokes" were not nearly so prominent. However, this morning I was reminded about all that when I stumbled across Demetri's rather fun little game Taking Woodstock, the upcoming Ang Lee movie he stars in, which he created for
ROLLING STONE UNFURLS TAKING WOODSTOCK POSTER
Rolling Stone unfurls Taking Woodstock poster Image
The poster for Ang Lee's new film Talking Woodstock is being previewed at the Rolling Stone blog "Rock&RollDaily."  The blog comments:  Behold, the psychedelic brand-new movie poster for director Ang Lee’s upcoming film Taking Woodstock. Combining the aesthetics of a spilled lava lamp with art
TAKING WOODSTOCK, BROADWAY UN-BOUND
Taking Woodstock, Broadway Un-Bound Image
Ang Lee's new film Taking Woodstock, a tale about one man’s unexpected place in the summer of love, is not just about a great music concert; it is also about Broadway. As Adam Hetrick points out in his article in Playbill, the film bears an impressive theater pedigree with “Tony nominees Jonathan Groff (Spring Awakening) and Kevin Chamberlin (