Virtual Newsstand: Movieline, January / February 1992
ENTERTAINMENT AS A WAY OF LIFE
January / February 1992
Puttin' on the Ritz
Recipe for a dangerous afternoon: Take one female reporter and one swoon-inducing Irish actor Liam Neeson. Place in the Ritz, mix in one bottle of champagne and -- oh yeah -- one photographer without her cameras.
Dead Again and Again
Imagine what weirdness might have resulted if Martin Scorsese or Pedro Almodovar or David Lynch had gotten their hands on JFK.
David Cronenberg, the director of Dead Ringers, reveals his surprisingly upbeat inner soul and unveils his latest creation, Naked Lunch.
The King and His Court
Two things you can say about rock stars: They can't act, and they keep making movies anyway.
Sharon Stone knew Basic Instinct was her best shot at the big time, so she pulled out all the stops. Will the controversial thriller finally put her on the map for good?
Dye Dye My Darling
The golden girls of the Golden Age of Hollywood
My Lunch With Rebecca
Rebecca DeMornay slows down for a Hollywood bite and some fast talk about acting, breast-feeding for the camera, and Tom Cruising.