The stars are preparing for the Emmy Awards

Stars prep for Emmy night time

Emmy nominated for HBO’s thriller “The Undoing,” Hugh Grant performs a ratty physician married to Nicole Kidman.

He says: “I know Nicole 25 years. While I was making romantic comedies she was making important films. I was intimidated as I was by Meryl Streep. Nicole made things easier and made me look better than I am.”

More. Now it’s an Emmy nomination for Disney’s orcas in “Secrets of the Whales.” Sigourney Weaver held her breath six minutes underwater for “Avatar 2” then surfaced to voice over.

Sigourney: “When executive producer Jim Cameron asked me to narrate I was thrilled. I’ve spent time with Jim underwater. He’s part ‘Mer-man.’ Loves the ocean and has an admiration for whales. You really feel like a whale by the time the film ends.” Yeah, OK.

Kate Winslet. Also nominated. She weathered the Titanic sinking however says “Mare of Easttown” almost drowned her as a result of there was psychological well being inside the story.

“Audiences were vocal with their reactions and personal connections. Playing her came at a cost. Shocked me and been surprising what a hard time I had unraveling myself from the character. Never had such a difficult time of that before in my life. So we’ll see if we can do more episodes. To be honest with myself emotionally, I have to consider if I honestly have it in me.”

Another Emmy nominee’s Jean Smart, the wisecracker in “Hacks,” says: “My character’s closest to Elayne Boosler.”

Onetime “Tonight Show” common Boosler answered: “I’m thinking of suing Jean Smart. I can’t believe she’s using my name to further her career. I look forward to my name mentioned at least 11 more times. Few know this, but Jean Smart based her character in ‘Mare of Easttown’ on me.”


Beauty, not beast

Because of Showtime’s four-part documentary on me that begins Sunday, the Daily Beast simply wrote about me. Its article even experiences that I requested the author’s private telephone quantity. They added that it was most likely to name and snarl about what I didn’t like in it. No. The writing’s nice. I now fear the New York Post editor-in-chief might hearth me and my substitute’s the Daily Beast reporter Tim Teeman.


Girdles begone

Franca Roefaro, senior account supervisor for Tommy John: “Even underwear’s changed these days. Now it’s comfort-driven. Easy bras. No poking wires or fabric that sticks to you. No slipping straps. And gone is the pinching, bunching and pulling. Buttery textures. Soft material. Extra sizes. It’s partly COVID. Staying home, eating, being couch potatoes and also more of today’s working out ethic.”


Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) speaks at a press conference
Rep. Lee Zeldin voted towards the federal assist bundle enabling New York eateries and theaters to outlive COVID-19.
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NY nonetheless too large to fail

At Westchester’s Winged Foot Country Club, Donald threw sort phrases for Congressman Lee Zeldin, who voted towards the federal assist bundle enabling New York eateries and theaters to outlive the pandemic. Said he felt Zeldin — who reps Suffolk County — had an out of doors shot at profitable the governorship. Please. I’ve a greater likelihood of profitable the Miss America contest.

Also, sufficient already with the B.S. about “hollowed out” New York. Per the new census, NYC added 600,000 individuals (equal to Miami’s complete inhabitants), our actual property values spiked upward and you may’t discover an house.

Also. In 1905, the Supreme Court held the authorities’s proper to “reasonably infringe” on private freedom throughout a well being disaster by fining those that refused vaccinations. Thus, smallpox disappeared. Now, with anti-­vaxxers, a brand new wave of the pandemic’s spreading from alligator-heavy Florida deep into the coronary heart of Texas.


Everyone ought to cease making jokes about our city. It’s sufficient. I actually am not apprehensive about crime in the streets. In my neighborhood they make home calls.

Only in New York, children, solely in New York.

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