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November 6, 1994 | Judy Brennan
Missing that special extra in your movie? Well, consider director Ivan Reitman's method: Look no further than your agent's significant other. Judy Ovitz, wife of CAA chairman Michael Ovitz, will soon be seen in a bit part in Reitman's offbeat comedy, "Junior." In the film, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito play scientists; Judy Ovitz plays a flight attendant in a brief scene.
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November 6, 1994 | Judy Brennan
Picture the epitome of glowing expectant motherhood and you might think of the Madonna and child through the ages, or even Demi Moore on the cover of Vanity Fair. You probably wouldn't think of a cigar-chomping Arnold Schwarzenegger in the throes of pregnancy. But that's exactly what Ivan Reitman's "Junior," which co-stars Danny DeVito and opens Nov. 23, will present onscreen.
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November 6, 1994 | Judy Brennan
Picture the epitome of glowing expectant motherhood and you might think of the Madonna and child through the ages, or even Demi Moore on the cover of Vanity Fair. You probably wouldn't think of a cigar-chomping Arnold Schwarzenegger in the throes of pregnancy. But that's exactly what Ivan Reitman's "Junior," which co-stars Danny DeVito and opens Nov. 23, will present onscreen.
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November 6, 1994 | Judy Brennan
Missing that special extra in your movie? Well, consider director Ivan Reitman's method: Look no further than your agent's significant other. Judy Ovitz, wife of CAA chairman Michael Ovitz, will soon be seen in a bit part in Reitman's offbeat comedy, "Junior." In the film, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito play scientists; Judy Ovitz plays a flight attendant in a brief scene.
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August 1, 2008 | Charles McNulty, Times Theater Critic
Wendy Hoffman (Kristina Lear), an earnest screenwriter with an attractive, low-key style, wants to tell the story of injured vets at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Capt. Gray Whitrock (Michael James Reed), a strapping military guy with a prosthetic foot and a by-the-book manner, is the gatekeeper to the ward. Their verbal tug-of-war -- laden with as much partisan disdain as sneaky sexual subtext -- establishes the serious game of Jessica Goldberg's new play, "Body Politic."
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May 11, 2001 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Let me entertain you. --Baby June in "Gypsy" * Let them entertain you. Sunday brings not Mother's Day corsages but bombshells and blonds, goddesses large and little, following blueprints set out for them in their childhoods. One is Norma Jeane Baker, who became Marilyn Monroe, still a disturbing, shrouded, tragic figure nearly four decades after her death at age 36.
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