4) Hugh Grant reprises his role as Bridget's former boss and womanizing
heartthrob, Daniel Cleaver, in ``The Edge of Reason.
Tony (James Gandolfini), as you may recall, was tossed out of his palatial New Jersey home at the conclusion of season four of ``The Sopranos'' by wife Carmela (Edie Falco), who finally decided she had had enough of his womanizing
and assorted other bad habits.
There's not much about Kennedy, from his heroism to his womanizing, that hasn't been reported to the point of exhaustion.
The History Channel's new three-hour documentary, ``JFK: A Presidency Revealed,'' takes us on a walking tour of Kennedy's greatest (and worst) hits - the Cuban missile crisis and the Bay of Pigs, the civil rights movement and the Berlin Wall, the glamorous wife and the unrepentant womanizing - and filters it through vaguely recent revelations of Jack concealing his miserable health and the pharmaceutical brew concocted to help him deal with unending pain.
I can't imagine why such an established and well-regarded newspaper as the Daily News could possibly treat your readers to space for an entire editorial as to why we should vote for a womanizing
actor with zero political experience to be our next governor.
There's also the requisite self-destructive ambition, boozing and womanizing
, as well as the dedicated manager/guardian angel (a nicely understated turn from Saul Rubinek).
Logline: Bram (Alfred Molina) is a womanizing
alcoholic coasting on the success of a novel written years ago.
In a mild surprise, the network canceled ``The Education of Max Bickford'' from its traditionally strong if dramatically earnest Sunday lineup and added two sitcoms: ``Becker,'' formerly on Monday evenings, and ``Bram and Alice,'' a new comedy from Christopher Lloyd and Joe Keenan (``Frasier'') starring Alfred Molina as a besotted, womanizing
novelist reunited with a daughter he has scarcely met.
Casting this month's ``Vanity Fair'' blond babe Dunst as Davies seems appropriate, but casting Izzard, the British-born transvestite comic, as the womanizing
Chaplin, is nothing short of inspired.