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Topic - Bradley Whitford
It's no surprise to learn that P.L. Travers, the author who gave us the indomitable Mary Poppins, wasn't herself raised by a flying governess with an uncanny knack for soldiering through life's difficulties.
"The Cabin in the Woods" is gleefully subversive, in both its dissection of genre conventions (horror movie geeks will delight in its hyper-referentiality) and in its critique of the power relations between auteur and audience.
After several years of studio purgatory, Joss Whedon's long-shelved, much-anticipated horror film "The Cabin in the Woods" finally arrived before audiences at the South By Southwest Film Festival.
A play based on last year's federal court fight over California's gay marriage ban made its Broadway debut on Monday night with an all-star cast, only hours after a federal judge decided to unseal the trial's video recordings.
A new play about the legal battle over same-sex marriage in California keeps attracting big-name talent.
Protesters turned out in cities nationwide on Saturday to support thousands of public workers who've set up camp at the Wisconsin Capitol to fight Republican-backed legislation aimed at weakening unions.
"I want to thank you for coming out here today to exercise those pesky First Amendment rights," actor Bradley Whitford, who starred in television's "The West Wing," said as he rallied his hometown crowd. "This governor has to understand Wisconsin is a stubborn constituency. We fish through ice!"