New costars Colin Farrell, 36, and Russell Crowe, 48, took to the streets of New York City this week to film a scene for their upcoming epic fantasy flick, Winter's Tale, about a thief and a flying white horse in 19th century and present-day Manhattan.
Naeem Davis, 30, has been charged in the death of 58-year-old Ki-Suck Han, after New York City police took him into custody on Tuesday. Witnesses allegedly saw the two men in a heated argument on the platform of a Times Square subway station.
Anna Wintour, 63, the celebrated Vogue editor-in-chief who is almost as famous as her cover girls — in part, thanks to the Meryl Streep role in The Devil Wears Prada that was reportedly based on her — may next be hitting the headlines for political reasons, as Barack Obama is reportedly considering her for the post of U.
Gilberto Valle, 28, the New York City Police officer who resided in Forest Hills, Queens, and was arrested last month on charges of conspiracy for his alleged plans to kidnap, torture, cook and cannibalize women, pleaded not guilty on Monday to the federal charges at a brief hearing in a U.
British boy band One Direction wowed New York City this morning, as band members Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson took The Today Show by storm, drawing a record-breaking crowd to Rockefeller Plaza, where they performed their hits "What Makes You Beautiful" and "Little Things," as well as their new "Live While We're Young," while weeping young female fans looked on.
After a week in which attention has been almost exclusively dedicated to the destruction caused on the East Coast by Hurricane Sandy, people are getting back to the overarching topic of the presidential election between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, which dominated the news before the natural disaster, and will be decided today at the polls by citizens across the nation.
Saturday Night Live found a humorous silver lining from the tragic Hurricane Sandy in the form of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s animated sign-language interpreter, Lydia Callis. The show’s cold open featured longtime cast member Fred Armisen as Mayor Bloomberg addressing viewers from a mock press conference.
With the election a few days away, President Barack Obama received an endorsement from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and Republican nominee Mitt Romney earned the backing of The Simpsons' own Montgomery Burns, voiced by Harry Shearer.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg might have thought that all eyes were on him during his multiple addresses to citizens of New York while Hurricane Sandy was making its way up the East Coast and into the city, but viewers' eyes were slightly skewed to left, where sign language interpreter Lydia Callis stood, enthusiastically and expressively signing Bloomberg's words to his viewers.
Tuesday night ESPN premiered Benji, the latest in its 30 for 30 documentary series. Benji, from directors Coodie & Chike, a.k.a. Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah, chronicles the life and death of Chicago high school basketball star Ben “Benji” Wilson, who was murdered in 1984 at the age of 17.
While she's not yet old enough to actually be having sex in the city, or anywhere else for the matter, a young version of Carrie Bradshaw, a character first canonized by Sarah Jessica Parker and now portrayed in her salad days by Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Race to Witch Mountain's AnnaSophia Robb, was decked out in 80s garb, taking on New York City like she owned the place, while filming the upcoming CW series, The Carrie Diaries.
While Julianne Moore, 51, was winning an Emmy for her performance as former Alaskan governor and John McCain running mate Sarah Palin, 48, in HBO's Game Change, she was already out $127,000 worth of jewelry, which was reportedly swiped from her New York City residence sometime over the summer — specifically between the dates of June 6 and August 28 — when her apartment was being renovated, reports ABC News.
Every politician knows that the best way to target a young audience is to appear on a late night talk show, and that's just what President Barack Obama, 50, is doing with his scheduled appearance on Tuesday night's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on NBC to talk about the upcoming expiration of the 3.