Anne Hathaway stars in a new rom-com about a fleeting romance

Anne’s billion dollar love story

I love Anne Hathaway so I don’t care if they only photograph her sleepwalking. Now she’s part of a typical multi-billion dollar love story. It’s about WeWork. Which it didn’t. It’s called “We Crashed” and it’s on Apple TV+.

Hathaway: “This is about the two founders Rebekah and Adam Neumann. Jared Leto and I wanted to examine their experiences through the lens of a love story and see why people make choices. Without their love story, WeWork would never have happened.”

Leto: “Neumann was a captivating, colorful character. A recent and relevant immigrant who has built a business into a $47 billion empire from scratch. It’s about success and failure.”

Don’t cry for Argentina – or Neumann. He’s still worth around $1.4 billion.

From farm to film

ANOTHER movie. Everyone raves about minimum purchases and maximum prices. “The Soul of a Farmer” is a 35 minute short film about ex-chef Patty Gentry who is now growing up for celebrity chefs. Problems like moths eat the arugula, what we eat isn’t always what it says it is, there’s a lot of non-organic out there and other things you don’t need to know. Director Roger Sherman: “Patty farms 3 acres in Brookhaven on Long Island, next to Bellport. She rents from Isabella Rossellini, who rescues animals and whose 18 acres she saved from development.” Rossellini: “Patty the vegetable Picasso reminds me of my mother Ingrid Bergman. Same energy.” They now want to produce a longer film about vegetables. Like maybe a “To Beet Is Not To Beet”?

More from Moore

ZARAH Maillard performed with the rockers Goo Goo Dolls. Years ago, husband Gene Maillard, once a Grammy manager, invited Roger Moore to the Hotel du Cap in Antibes. Asking a waiter at a top-notch hotel on the French Riviera to reserve a table is a non-non. They asked. Le Kellner stuttered: “Don’t you have legs and feet? Are you a quadriplegic?” Moore laughed. He is remembered Zarah’s novel Diamonds are for cocktails.In addition, 73 years have passed since his first TV appearance.

British actor Roger Moore attends a press conference to promote his latest book "The world is my bond" in Hong Kong.
It’s been 73 years since James Bond actor Roger Moore first appeared on television.

Early in the morning with Sid

BERNIE & Sid, the biggest and hottest radio shows, have dominated WABC from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. since Lincoln went clean-shaven. All civilization listens to them.

Sid Rosenberg: “Started when I was a young man at WNEW-FM. Then an opportunity came to work with Don Imus. I said, ‘You’re crazy. He’s unhappy. He’s going to hate me.” They said, ‘True.’ So I said, ‘Okay.’ In 2005 I was fired and his producer Bernard McGuirk and I teamed up on WABC. Maybe not everyone loves me because I don’t lie or beat around the bush. Some people get scared when I tell it like it is. Our show, like some free-running others, has a delay. Another seven to ten seconds. Mine is one minute. It’s not a meticulous program. There are sexual innuendos. Brooklyn Tough Guy words you don’t typically hear on other shows, but I may. I rarely get in trouble. And I don’t prescribe any questions. There is no script. Everything off the cuff. Makes me appear more brilliant.”

I take his word for it. Then, assuming he’s having sex – which I probably doubt, knowing him – what’s his bedtime like?

Photos by Sid Rosenberg
Sid Rosenberg is the co-host of “Bernie and Sid in the Morning” and “Sid Sports Sunday” and a sports reporter at 77 WABC in New York City.
Sid Rosenberg/Twitter

“Go to bed around 9. The alarm clock is set for 3:45. In the office 4:45 a.m., start preparing at 5 a.m., take to the air at 6:05 a.m. sharp. I make my own coffee at home, my driver is the same cab driver outside every morning at 4:30am. He drives me to the office for 15 minutes while we talk and I have my coffee.”

DC, now sentencing a judge, brings up the story of a prosecutor who says, “Your Honor, this prisoner has committed robbery, forgery, grand larceny and arson. What’s your opinion?” Judge: “Listen, nobody’s perfect.”

Only in New York, kids, only in New York.

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