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Jennifer Westfeldt

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  • Blythe Danner on 'The Country House's' Family of Performers: 'It's a Lot of Truth'

    The Manhattan Theater Club's production of "The Country House," written by Donald Margulies, directed by Daniel Sullivan and starring Blythe Danner, debuted to a star-studded audience at Manhattan's Samuel J. Friedman Theater on Thursday night, including Danner's daughter Gwyneth Paltrow, newlyweds Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka, Jennifer Westfeldt and Zachary Quinto.
  • 'Two Night Stand' -- one delicious movie

    "LOOK, I'VE warned him. If he dies, I can't take responsibility!" That was the beautiful "Black Swan" Oscar winner Natalie Portman, after hugging it out with fledgling director Max Nichols, at the party after the screening of his movie, "Two Night Stand....

    'The Library' rewrites the book on Columbine

    'The Library' rewrites the book on Columbine
    NEW YORK — As parents of young girls and as two of Hollywood's most prolific producers, Kathy Kennedy and Frank Marshall believed that "Columbine," journalist Dave Cullen's exhaustive investigation of the 1999 school massacre, contained compelling...

    Elizabeth Olsen, Jessica Lange Fete 'In Secret'

    The rainy weather didn't dampen the spirits of the cast of Roadside Attractions and LD Entertainment's romantic thriller "In Secret" as they gathered for the Los Angeles premiere on Feb. 6 at the ArcLight Hollywood. Elizabeth Olsen, Tom Felton and...

    Off Broadway Review: 'Too Much Sun' Starring Linda Lavin

    In Nicky Silver's previous play, "The Lyons," which originated at the Vineyard under the direction of Mark Brokaw, Linda Lavin played a mother who ruins her children's lives to gratify her own monstrous ego. In the scribe's new play, "Too Much Sun," which...