Monday Sep 8
Witherspoon generating Oscar buzz in latest roles
Reese Witherspoon, who won an Oscar in 2006, is generating critical buzz again, appearing at the Toronto film festival Monday in two based-on-true-life films. "You never set out to make a film that's going to get awards," Witherspoon commented about the talk surrounding her performances in "The Good Lie," about an American woman who takes in Sudanese refugees, and "Wild," based on author Cheryl Strayed's best-selling memoir.
Monday Sep 8
Film School Rejects
Giving Us Fever: Todd Haynes is Directing the Peggy Lee Biopic Starring Reese Witherspoon
After Reese Witherspoon dyed her hair and stepped into June Carter Cash's shoes for Walk the Line , it was no longer a secret that she could sing, and sing well. The 2005 biopic that earned her the Oscar for Best Actress is a dark and complicated journey through the singer's life with Johnny Cash, just as much about their volatile relationship as it is about the music.
New Johnny Cash Exhibit Opens at Museum in Arizona
The items on display are on loan from John Carter Cash, son of Johnny and June Carter Cash, and Dale Jett, grandson of A.P. Carter.
Cape Cod Times
Sound choice: Carlene Carter
Carlene Carter, part of the legendary musical Carter Family, will perform Sunday at Cultural Center of Cape Cod in South Yarmouth.
Reba, country music's queen, will play the Canfield Fair
Country music always has a queen and over the years the "title" has been held by the likes of Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Patsy Cline, June Carter Cash and Reba.
The Now Newspaper
PROFILE: David James sings 'Man in Black' songs in White Rock
Surprisingly, the man known for his eerily dead-on impersonation of the Man in Black never saw himself performing country tunes - legendary Johnny Cash songs, no less.