Paul Rudd is sexy; Batsheva Haart is separate – J.


A sexy Jew

Paul Rudd, the 52-year-old Jewish film star whose original surname was Rudnitsky, has been named “The sexiest man in the world” according to People magazine for 2021. “There are so many people who should understand this before me,” he humbly told the magazine. Previous Jew (or Jew-ish) sexy men in the People winner’s circle include David Beckham, Harrison ford and Adam levine.

In Rudd’s News, he released a new movie. Yes, “Ghostbusters” has risen from the dead (again) with the new movie “Ghostbusters; Life After Death.” The original 1984 film and the first sequel in 1989, both co-written by and starring Harold Ramis, were led by Ivan Reitman; his son, Jason Reitman, took the helm of “Afterlife,” which premiered in New York City on November 15. Reitman the Younger told the Hollywood Reporter he made the film for his father and for Ramis‘ family; Harold died in 2014 at the age of 69.

‘Fleishman’: he is a Jew

Can you think of a more Jewish book title than “Fleishman is in Trouble”? Well, the journalist’s 2019 novel Taffy Brodesser-Akner becomes even more Jewish. The TV adaptation will be Star Jesse eisenberg and Lizzy caplan, as the main character and narrator character respectively. “This is a book about a Jew in New York,” Brodesser-Akner Kveller said in 2019.

Reality can be messy

Being on TV can’t solve everything. Batsheva haart, girl of a fashion executive Julia Haart, whose reality show “My Unorthodox Life” was a success on Netflix, separated from her husband Ben weinstein. The two tied the knot at 19 after a traditional yeshivot court, but both followed Julia out of their Monsey world and into a scintillating and decidedly less observant life in Manhattan. Just in time for season two?

The king is crowned – again

Carole Roi, 71 years old, was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame… again. Thirty years ago she entered as a songwriter (she co-wrote “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” and “The Loco-Motion”, for example), but now she is also there as a songwriter. ‘performer, in recognition of his incredible solo career, including his hit 1971 album, “Tapestry”. “It was amazing. I mean, just to feel the love,” she tell Rolling Stone behind the scenes of the ceremony.

“Who the hell” is Mel Brooks?

Vulture excerpted part of an upcoming autobiography through Mel brooks, 95, in which he talks about the late Anne Bancroft, his wife. The first time he saw her was during a rehearsal for a cabaret-style show. Brooks was blown away from the first moment, he said. “At the end of the song, I jumped to my feet, clapped madly and shouted, ‘Anne Bancroft! I love you !’ He wrote. “She laughed and shouted, ‘Who the hell are you?'”


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