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September 18, 1992
Herr Kommandant Buchanan states that "in the old America, Ingrid Bergman, carrying the child of her lover, fled the country in scandal. Today, she would probably be asked to pose naked--and nine months pregnant--on the cover of Vanity Fair." Let's not jam all these images together, Mr. Buchanan, to spout your sick moralism. Ingrid Bergman, after all, carried that child to term; she didn't have an abortion. Demi Moore, posing on the cover of Vanity Fair when she was nine months pregnant was very much married.
April 14, 2010
The Early Show Breaking up. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Kate Gosselin; Khloé Kardashian; Mary Higgins Clark. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC Good Morning America Michael J. Fox; Demi Moore. (N) 7 a.m. KABC Live With Regis and Kelly Demi Moore; Hilary Duff. (N) 9 a.m. KABC The View Lauren Hutton; Kelly Osbourne. (N) 10 a.m. KABC The Doctors Skin cancer. (N) 11 a.m. KCAL The Martha Stewart Show Rachel Maddow. (N) 2 p.m. KNBC The Bonnie Hunt Show Balthazar Getty; the Backstreet Boys.
January 11, 2008
More arts and entertainment coverage on the Web. CELEBRITIES Despite Globes, Rumer has it It was supposed to be Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's eldest daughter's coming-out party, her Hollywood-style debutante ball, broadcast live. Instead, that pesky writers strike emerged. But Rumer Willis, a.k.a. Miss Golden Globes 2008, has found a way to deal with her disappointment: Free stuff! Details at www.TheEnvelope.com. TELEVISION Nothing to TiVo? It's slim pickings. Dangerously slim.
March 2, 2008 |
BEST ACTRESS nominee 1. Sienna Miller had date Rhys Ifans -- and his coat -- to keep her warm at Film Independent's Spirit Awards Feb. 23, while winner 2. Ellen Page, with "Juno" costar J.K. Simmons, came prepared in her own suit jacket. But less-dressed attendees, including presenter Kate Beckinsale, shivered at the Santa Monica beachside ceremony, where umbrella-wielding escorts magically appeared to transport indie filmmakers from the blue carpet to a huge white tent as rain started to fall.
February 3, 1991
Re the Jan. 27 cover stories about Kathy Bates and Diane Ford: What they and others are experiencing in entertainment is a reflection of a cultural bias that permeates our society. Women's achievements are downgraded, and The Times is not immune from taking the same slant. Note that while the articles "tsk-tsked" the Hollywood "old boys," a commentary by Peter Rainer in the same issue states that 'Pretty Woman" and "Ghost" will restore the star status of Richard Gere and Patrick Swayze.
November 5, 1995 |
Bombing at the box office with breathtaking suddenness, "The Scarlet Letter," directed by Roland Joffe and starring Demi Moore, is sure to be cited as an object lesson of what the fates can have in store for Hollywood when it attempts a "free adaptation" of a literary classic. On the other hand, maybe Joffe and company didn't go far enough.