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It's a fallacy that everyone gets on together on a movie set.
Just as in an everyday office, some people get on better with others. But when it comes to movie, occasionally a disagreement between co-stars becomes oh-so-apparent to pretty much anyone in the stalls at their local Odeon.
She taught a course on the Literature of Social Reflection at Harvard and acted at the American Repertory Theatre in Paula Vogel’s “How I Learned to Drive” in 1998 and Chekhov’s “Ivanov” in 1999, both opposite her husband.“I look back on that time very fondly,” Winger says. I just remember my husband and I riding bikes across Harvard Yard to our jobs, and I thought, well, this is the good life.”Winger eventually returned to making movies, but it still takes a lot for her to say yes.
Howard pleaded with her to play a repressed mother estranged from her family in his 2002 directorial debut, “Big Bad Love.” She created a stir with her brief but memorable turn as the icily detached mother-of-the-bride in Jonathan Demme’s 2008 film “Rachel Getting Married,” with the New York Times praising her for “lifting the film onto another plane altogether,” and appeared in a well-received recurring arc on HBO’s therapy drama “In Treatment” in 2010 as an actress grappling with aging and memory loss.
The movie, a vehicle at heart for Julia Roberts, back when she was near the peak of her box office powers, saw her co-star with Nolte as one of a pair of competing newspaper reporters who don't get on, but then have to join forces to break a big secret. But then comments since suggest that the real discord remains between Nolte and Roberts.
Nearly a decade on, Roberts described Nolte as a "disgusting human being", leading Nolte to respond that "she's not a nice person".
Perhaps no one was better suited to play his onscreen wife than Winger, but she was reluctant."It was the first time I was ever called to the Torah," says Winger, who wasn't allowed to have a Bat Mitzvah growing up in the Valley."My Orthodox grandmother wouldn't hear of a girl on the bimah." The 46-year-old actress--whom Newsweek once dubbed "as life-size as the girl next door if the girl next door happens to be a Marlboro-smoking Jewish wildcat"--felt she was becoming Bat Mitzvah that morning at B'nai Jeshurun.'He's following in his famous parent's footsteps, working as a producer and director, and is currently involved with a 15-year-long project called Mapping of the Human Brain and everyone says he's brilliant.'Tim and Caitlin have been trying to keep their love under wraps,' adds the source, 'but they've been seen out and about in Austin and San Marcos, shopping and dining out at such places as Gil's Broiler in historic old San Marcos.'Earlier this week the Department of Justice issued a report blaming Ferguson, Missouri police for using abusive behavior disproportionately, targeting African American residents, after the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown last August.And in Austin, an investigation was launched at the University of Texas in Austin, claiming their chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon used the same racist chant that caused the fraternity's University of Oklahoma chapter, to be shut down earlier this week.'The timing for a show like American Crime is perfect,' says the source.