In-house news: I mentioned yesterday that I had enjoyed talking with Charlie Rose earlier this week, despite the intimidating effects of having the taping just before and just after his sessions with actual movie stars. (Including the Prometheus ones...! ) The resulting show, which ran last night, is here, for the record.
Also, for the record, I'm grateful for a nice review by Greg Waldron on the Flight Global site. That is all.
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which has been a New York Times
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