Nora Ephron learned from her screenwriter mother that ‘everything is copy’
Nora Ephron is older than she looks. Way older. Sixty-nine going on 50. If you factor in vivacity and chic stilettos, subtract another few years. She is also brainier than she looks. In the 1970s she was one of the few female stars of journalism. Today she is the most bankable female film director in America. She’s an author, playwright, essayist, sought-after public speaker, Oscar-nominated …
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A farewell to charms
“Deathly Hallows” begins a two-part goodbye to Harry Potter with spellbinding acting and intense emotions.
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