We did it right before the holidays to raise money for the school and there was a little party just next door to the theater, and we all sat around and had a few drinks, and he said, “I think I’d like you to play my therapist on my show,” because I was playing a therapist in the reading, and I was like “that would be great! And I said, “Here’s someone who is your doppelganger, someone who looks just like you.” And she said, “Is her name Elaine? But people do have that thing, like the scene in the bar is this idea too, that you can be mistaken for someone else here in the city. And that’s what people are missing in what they watch; a lot of television lacks who people are, right?
And those are the moments that he really likes, the found moments, the moments that aren't written but just happen." We think there might be more to this story!
On Monday, it was reported that Bruce Willis exited Woody Allen's new film due to a scheduling conflict, as he's set to star in a Broadway adaptation of Stephen King's !
Mildred was the fantasy grandmother/caretaker/Bohemian woman. She would sometimes have the tuna fish from 2nd Ave. I love New York because you can walk around and suddenly see a building you never noticed before.
Deli on a platter with crackers for me when I would meet her. It’s like that here — wow, there’s a Bolly Burger, with dehydrated nuts and kale on a gluten-free bun!
After her birth, her family moved to Laurel, Mississippi. Posey was very pretty and talented since her early days.
Being a successful actress was her childhood dream.
Wired, whip-smart and erotically neurotic: It’s hard to believe Parker Posey grew up in Mississippi instead of Manhattan.
Yet it wasn’t until she was 16 that the actress first came to New York, a place, she says now, “where people didn’t care if you were yourself.” Thirty years and more than 50 films later — along with a memorably dark arc on TV’s “Louie” — the 46-year-old is living on lower Fifth Avenue and is back on the big screen.
But suspicions were raised after the 60-year-old was seen on set yesterday, and was clearly filming a scene (above)!
Willis was in costume, sitting in a car behind a camera with Jesse Eisenberg, being directed by Allen!
Catch her in Woody Allen’s “Irrational Man,” out Friday, in which her character promises Joaquin Phoenix’s philosophy prof “the lowdown on who’s f–king who.” This is Parker Posey’s indie New York.