Ya think there are gonna be some Screaming Queens on this day....
The April full moon, generally called the “pink moon,” will take place on Thursday, April 25.
The Farmer’s Almanac says that the moon gets its name from the from the herb moss pink, or wild ground phlox, a spring flower. It doesn’t mean that the moon is actually colored pink, although it has been observed to have a pinkish hue at times.
Here's first glimpse of Phil Spector, a new HBO film about the sensational murder trials written and directed by David Mamet, the question of the record producer's guilt in the firearm death of Clarkson, a B-movie actress working as a House of Blues hostess, is a ball that gets tossed repeatedly into the air.
Starring as Spector is Al Pacino, who sinks his incisors into the meaty role of the eccentric architect of the legendary "Wall of Sound," playing him like a wild-eyed, cornered raccoon. Hellen Mirren plays his attorney
Bette Midler will return to Broadway for the first time in 30 years to play legendary agent Sue Mengers.
The Divine Miss M. will star in John Logan’s new play "I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers."
The chain-smoking, unapologetically brash Mengers was an icon among the New Hollywood set. In a male-dominated time, she became the first female “superagent," representing the likes of Nick Nolte, Burt Reynolds, Candice Bergen, Ryan O'Neal, Steve McQueen and Barbra Streisand. She rose up the Hollywood despite modest beginnings as a refugee from Hitler's Germany. In addition to her work achievements, her dinner parties were legendary and a ticket to a Mengers' gathering was considered a sign that a new talent had arrived.
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