Daily Jewce: Letting Go Of Rabin, David Cross Tried Out For Lebowski, Religion & Politics and More
By Jewcy Staff / November 4, 2010
Looking back and letting go, fifteen years after the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, David Cross on The Big Lebowski, famous Jewish composers and more Read More
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- Slate says that fifteen years after Yitzhak Rabin’s assassination, it’s okay to let go.
- “I auditioned for The Big Lebowski and I thought I did a really good job,” David Cross tells Vulture. “But then I saw what Philip Seymour Hoffman did with the part, and I was like, ‘ Oh— that’s the way to do it.”
- Apparently, the debate over the religious factor in politics begins now.
- A review of Norman Lebrecht’s book, Why Mahler?