Feedback from our readers
OMG, It’s OTH!
Finally, a publication other than teenybopper magazines is recognizing the greatness that is One Tree Hill (”All Hill Breaks Loose”). Thank you for the great article. I am not the only one who is enjoying ”the craziest show on TV.”
I believe One Tree Hill is one of the best-written shows. After flying under the radar for so long, it is nice to see it get some much-deserved publicity.
Not Super Heroes
Kudos for your report on Jeph Loeb’s dismissal from Heroes (News & Notes). The whole situation reeks of a public scapegoating — a knee-jerk reaction on the part of NBC executives to be able to say, ”See, we’re fixing it, folks!” Thank you for being objective and not contributing to that.
WWE Raw celebrated its 800th episode, but there was no mention of this in your magazine. We all know wrestling is ”fake,” but this milestone is not.
Editor Kristen Baldwin responds: Wait, wrestling is fake?
While I have no qualms with your critic expressing her opinion (Movies, 11/14), I found ”The Anti Oscar Watch” on The Boy in the Striped Pajamas to be both unjustified and misleading (News & Notes, 11/21). The Boy in the Striped Pajamas has received many positive reviews from a cross-section of the media, and is connecting with audiences both abroad (where it has achieved critical and box office success) and in the States. Secondly, it is inaccurate to suggest that Miramax made this film with the awards season in mind. Our intention was always to make a thought-provoking film that audiences would emotionally respond to. This has certainly been the experience thus far.
President, Miramax Films
The Twilight phenomenon and the film’s stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have graced the cover twice in four months, yet some readers still can’t get enough.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for featuring Twilight as the cover story. As a rabid fan, I am eating up every morsel I can find about the movie and the books, so I was ”dying” to receive my copy of Entertainment Weekly in the mail. The movie is going to be a huge hit, guaranteed!
Loved It More
I guess Christmas can come early! I admit it, I am a Twilight fanatic. I loved the articles with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. I just wonder if they have any idea how life as they know it will change come Nov. 21. I am anxiously awaiting the follow-up story.
EW.com Extra: Monopoly the Movie!
Blade Runner director Ridley Scott is banking on a big-screen adaptation of Monopoly — yep, the real estate board game. PopWatchers passed Go and shared their picks for who should bring the inanimate game pieces to life.
Richard Dreyfuss as Mr. Monopoly
Rachel McAdams as Terrier
Nick Cannon as Cannon
Cloris Leachman as Wheelbarrow