Alan Arkin met his guru on a Hollywood film set in 1969. Arkin was the star and John was his stand-in, a lowly factotum, the id to his ego. At the time, Arkin was successful but unsatisfied, looking for meaning, craving some guidance. His encounter with John set him on a path towards enlightenment that continues to this day.
Arkin recently wrote a book, Out of My Mind, about his spiritual journey and the lessons hes learned. He subheaded it Not Quite a Memoir because he worried that people migh…
The Undoing review – Hugh Grant and Nicole Kidman start to unravel – The Guardian
A moneyed couple, a seductive stranger, a murder … HBO’s latest series has all the usual thriller hallmarks, but it is its stellar performances that make it truly…
Come for Nicole Kidman, in the hope that this new HBO miniseries will fill the Big Little Lies-shaped hole in your weekly viewing schedule, but stay for Hugh Grant. The roll that Grant has been on since Paddington 2 and A Very English Scandal continues with another mildly self-satirising role: he plays Jonathan Fraser, the witty, British and if you like that sort of thing sexy husband of Kidmans elegant New Yorker, Grace.
Grace and Jonathan are living a wealthy, urban idyll on the Upper East Side…
Phillip Schofield has no plans for divorce from Stephanie after coming out as gay – Mirror Online
EXCLUSIVE: This Morning star Phillip Schofield is yet to talk about divorce plans with wife Stephanie after he came out as gay earlier this year
Phillip Schofield says he and wife Stephanie have not talked about divorce since he revealed to her that he was gay.
This Morning host Phil, 58, said of their relationship: Were picking our way through. Its a work in progress.
The dad-of-two, married for 27 years, came out publicly February.
But he said: Im still married to Steph. With divorce weve not discussed that at all.
And he said he had to reconcile himself to the pain she had gone through.
He told Chris Evans podcast How to Wow: Its not…
WWE Survivor Series Qualifying Matches, Opening Segment And More Announced For Tonight’s RAW – Wrestling Inc.
WWE Survivor Series Qualifying Matches, Opening Segment And More Announced For Tonight’s RAW
WWE has finally announced matches and segments for tonight’s post-Hell In a Cell edition of RAW on the USA Network.
Drew McIntyre will open the show to discuss his Hell In a Cell loss to new WWE Champion Randy Orton. Orton will later appear for “A Moment of Bliss” with host Alexa Bliss.
Qualifying for the WWE Survivor Series teams will also begin during tonight’s show. Jeff Hardy vs. AJ Styles, Keith Lee vs. Elias, and Matt Riddle vs. Sheamus will take place with the winners earning the first three…
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