Deputy Editor, THR.com, The Hollywood Reporter
movies.nytimes.com — It's a Man! It's a God! It's Both! At once frantically overblown and beautifully filigreed, "Man of Steel" will turn on everyone it doesn't turn off. Summer blockbusters have a way of encouraging multiplex Manichaeism, though I propose a middle way. It won't be easy.
hollywoodreporter.com — In the late 19th Century, a schoolteacher named Patty Smith and her sister Mildred Hill composed the first version of a tune that would become internationally famous. In fact, "Happy Birthday" has been cited by the Guinness Book of World Records as the most recognized song in the English language.
hollywoodreporter.com — On January 21, 1958, Rock Hudson's wife confronted him, demanding to know if he was gay and grilling the actor about a Rorschach test he had taken. "You told me you saw thousands of butterflies and also snakes," she said "[A therapist] told me in my analysis that butterflies mean femininity and snakes represent that male penis.
gothamist.com — Mysterious electronic duo Daft Punk is filming in Manhattan right now. They've been spotted on Park Avenue, and 42nd Street so far-with one witness wondering if it is really them: "Are they imposters? Guess we'll never know, which is sorta the point."
hollywoodreporter.com — Parents of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting have targeted Michael Moore in online petitions and newspaper op-eds, claiming the Bowling for Columbine director was mounting a campaign for the release of grisly crime scene photos.
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