Friday, September 30, 2005

Today Show 'Law and Order' Duo


:: Screen Caps


:: Video - Sept 30: "Today" show host Katie Couric talks to Chris Noth and Vincent D'Onofrio about their roles in Law and Order Criminal Intent.

~ Click here to watch this video in Windows Media Player.
Thank you to Jenn Cho for providing this video.

   

Sunday, September 25, 2005

From Court TV

: Court TV's "Hollywood Heat"




:: Thank you to Lisa in PA for the tip.

   

Friday, September 23, 2005

From Gothamist.com Sept 23, 2005

:: Interview with Loci writer Warren Leight

:: Thank you to Pat Ward of Indianapolis for this article.

   

Thursday, September 22, 2005

man on the street?

Sept 21 while filming "Acts of Contrition".....

"I just shook hands with actor Vincent D'Onofrio, who is shooting an episode of LAW AND ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT inside a church down my block. He was chewing an orange slice. I told him I loved his movie HAPPY ACCIDENTS. He was surprised and thanked me and told me to go see his new movie THUMBSUCKER. Nice guy. Grey hair."

:: thank you to remmie nyc

   

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

From Greencine.com

Mike Mills and "What 'Film' Is"
By Jonathan Marlow
September 20, 2005 - 3:48 PM PDT

excerpt -
"Vincent D'Onofrio, just his body... this 6-foot-5, big hulking body that can't tiptoe into a room. I remember we did one scene where he enters, I'm like, "Vincent, you're just storming down the hallway. Can you enter more quietly?" He's like, "Mike, I'm 259 pounds, I'm six-five, I don't tiptoe. I can't." I was like, "Oh, that's Mike Cobb." Vincent has a huge heart. Vincent is actually a very soft spoken, sweet, sweet person who's also a bull. That's Mike! That's what I'm looking for when I meet them. Can they be that? Acting-wise, I can't tell... I don't know."

   

Saturday, September 17, 2005

"Father of the Year"

From Nerve.com...

   

Friday, September 16, 2005

Venice Film Festival Photos

:: Thank you to Inmaculada for these photos!!

Review of "Five Minutes Mr Welles", translated from Italian to Spanish to English by Inmaculada. Thank you!



   

More Thumbsucker.....

****Added October 2, 2005

:: Thumbsucker reviews - Thank you to BobbyG!

Portland Mercury.com


Rockymountainnews.com


Dailyfreepress.com


Minnesota Public Radio


App.com

Thumbsucker articles submitted by Mel, Pat Ward, and BobbyG.

Thank you to all of the ladies!

Cinematical.com

Gaycitynews.com

:: Thank you to Bernard and Sean at CampusCircle for the free passes. It was fun and well-run. If you attended last night in NYC, please send in your feedback.

   

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Thumbsucker article

From The Village Voice

:: thank you to BobbyG!

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Sept 14th - More Thumbsucker articles....

IFC.tv.uncut

Rolling Stone

:: thank you to Mel!!

Mike Mills wins praise..

:: thanks Karen!!

   

Monday, September 12, 2005

Thumbsucker passes

:: Thank you to Bernard Yin of Campus Circle Online for providing this offer.

:: If you have tickets, please arrive EARLY!!

:: Email CampusCircle.net for passes to a free screening of "Thumbsucker" in these cities:

September 15 - New York
September 15 - Los Angeles
September 20 - Boston
September 20 - San Francisco
September 21 - Seattle
September 22 - Chicago
September 29 - Dallas

   

Sunday, September 11, 2005

More Photos

:: Links to more photo galleries. Thanks BobbyG for sending these in!!

:: NBC First Look pics on MSN Entertainment.....
Link

:: NBC Network All Star Celebration....
Link 1

Link 2

Link 3

   

Saturday, September 10, 2005

NBC First Look Party Pictures

:: thank you to BobbyG for this submission!!







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These are part of the 7/25/05 2005 NBC Network All Star Celebration
photos taken at the Century Club, Century City, California.





   

Friday, September 09, 2005

Thoughts on "Welles"

From the Venice Film Festival, one reporter's thoughts.....

by V. Sever
9 Sep 2005

Oh yeah, Vincent d'Onofrio was here too, in the short features section, presenting a 30-minute movie in which he also stars in the one role he probably can't escape. Five Minutes, Mr. Welles is a fictional story of how Orson wrote his dialogue for the ferris wheel in The Third Man; and while it will amuse film buffs, it's really not much more than a glorified single-act play, competently done. So, um, you know. Don't be surprised if it too ends up being nominated for an Oscar...

:: thank you to a ljudge for this submission.

   

Thursday, September 08, 2005

Hello

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