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Middleburg Film Festival, Friday October, 23, 2015
The woman who gained fame faking an orgasm on screen is now a movie-making mom.
The New York Film Festival got real this year: Nearly every one of its most anxiously awaited entries explored true-life stories we thought we knew, but really didn’t.
Let's just proclaim Tom Hanks America's Official Historian.
Three blasts from the past and one wry look at our not-too-distant-future make this a particularly rich grownup movie weekend.
One story ripped from the headlines, another borrowed from classic literature, and a grown-up romantic comedy come to theaters this weekend. After you've caught them, check out the movies you've missed from weeks past.
Tom Hanks Diabetes Announcement
In a surprise announcement, Tom Hanks, 57, revealed on the Late Show with David Letterman that he has diabetes. While on the show to promote his new film Captain Phillips, he told Letterman that he learned at age 36 that he had high blood sugar. Recently his doctor told him: "You've graduated. You've got type 2 diabetes, young man." Hanks said the doctor also told him that if he could return to his high school weight, he'd be "completely healthy" and avoid type 2 diabetes. Hanks replied: "Then I'm going to have type 2 diabetes." He joked he weighed about 98 pounds in high school.
Tune in to the 67th Annual Tony Awards Sunday and you will see an outpouring of appreciation for performing greats in their 50-plus years.  Seriously, many of the most anticipated moments of this awards ceremony involve names who prove that talent, like fine wine, is at its best when it reaches maturity.
I never heard of Doris Sams until she died last week at age 85.
At last, I can focus on a mitt other than the one named Romney--they're breaking out the bats and balls in Florida and Phoenix, and another baseball season is about to get underway.
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