Jews in the News

Jews in the News: Jonah Bobo, James Wolk and Francesca Segal

Jews in the NewsPosted by Nate Bloom Bobo is Bullied   “Disconnect,” which opens in some theaters on Friday, April 19, tells three mostly separate stories which ultimately “connect up.” All the characters’ lives are heavily influenced by the internet. The first story focuses…

Jews in the News: Harrison Ford, Campbell Brown & David S. Kaufman

Jews in the NewsPosted by Nate Bloom   Jackie Robinson: Courage; Allies and Enemies   Opening in theaters on Friday, Apr. 12, is “42.”  The title references the player number of the great Jackie Robinson (1919-1972), the first African-American to play major league ball. The…

Jews in the News, Brad Garrett, Steven Spielberg & Joe Weider

Jews in the NewsPosted by Nate Bloom   TV and Video News   “How to Live with Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life)”, premiered on ABC last Wednesday, but you can catch an encore showing on Saturday, April 6, at 8:30PM. This sit-com stars Sarah Chalke (“Scrubs”) as a…

Jews in the News: Paul Rudd, Paul Weitz and Phil Spector

Jews in the NewsPosted by Nate Bloom   Admission   “Admission”, a comedy/drama which opens in theaters on Friday, March 22, is based on the acclaimed 2009 novel of the same name by JEAN HANFF KORELIK, 51.  Korelik, a well-respected writer, has lived in Princeton, N.J. since…

Jews in the News: Judd Apatow, Michael Bloomberg and Albert Brooks

By Nate Bloom, Contributing Columnist Vanity Fair Goes Jewish   The January and March issues of Vanity Fair magazine have an astonishing amount of first-class Jewish related celebrity news and the good news is that most of that material can be read on-line.…