Welcome to Banksy's Dismaland.1/2
Welcome to Banksy's Dismaland.
(Clockwise from upper L) Jonathan Franzen, Josh Lucas, Kristin Stewart, and Dismal|Franzen, Cinelicious, Getty, Reuters2/2
(Clockwise from upper L) Jonathan Franzen, Josh Lucas, Kristin Stewart, and Dismal|Franzen, Cinelicious, Getty, Reuters
It's the weekend and your Metro6 report is bubbling over with fun and interesting reads. No negativity @metronewyork. Enjoy the weekend.
THE MEND (review)
Metro's tough movie critic weighs in on The Mend: " Ideally it’s best to head into “The Mend” knowing nothing. But if you must know, it’s about a straight-laced, uptight, not-so-quietly enraged lawyer, Alan (Stephen), spending not-so-quality time with his drifter brother, Mat (Josh Lucas)," writes Matt Prigge.See how many Globes Prigge gives out.Ned Ehrbarinterviews Lucas.
Prigge also weighs in Kristin Stewart and what a big ol' thespian she is... that's thespian.
You have to see the pictures to see why artist Banksy's Dismaland has us freaking out -- in a good way.
Metro/Insight Guides takes you on a tour of New York's canals: You’ll meander through some of the loveliest, least-developed areas of northern New York at about 7 mph.
Perry gets her revenge against arch-enemy Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" with a coming single. There aren't many details about Perry's new song out yet, except the title: "Crocodile Tears," says Metro's Emily Laurence.
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