Stan Lee, chairman of Pow! Entertainment and chairman emeritus of Marvel Entertainment, speaks with WSJ's Lee Hawkins as part of "WSJ Weekend Conversations." The creator of iconic characters such as Spider-Man and the X-Men discusses his legendary career as a pioneer in the comic industry and a new deal with the NHL.
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- Stan Lee: The King of Comics Hits New York City
Saturday Oct 9, 2010
- In the Huddle With NY Jets Owner Woody Johnson
Friday Oct 15, 2010
Woody Johnson, owner of the New York Jets NFL franchise, joins WSJ's Lee Hawkins for the "WSJ Weekend Conversations" series to talk about the Jets' Super Bowl prospects, co-chairing the 2014 Super Bowl host committee, and his charitable interests.
- Swedish comedian organizing 'man-free' music fest after rash of sexual assaults at Bravalla
By Alyssa Pereira - Wednesday Jul 5, 2017
Following an alarming number of rapes and sexual assaults at Sweden's largest music festival, Bravalla, a comedian named Emma Knyckare is organizing a "man-free" music festival to take place in summer 2018.
- Dear Abby: Woman is struck speechless when told she talks too much
By Jeanne Phillips - Tuesday Jul 11, 2017
Woman is struck speechless when told she talks too muchThree days into the trip, while we were having dinner at a restaurant, my sister-in-law yelled at me, Shut up!Words cannot express how surprised and hurt I felt.The next day I felt very angry, especially at my husband for siding with her against me in public.Angry and HurtDear Angry and Hurt:After going upstairs to get Emma later in the evening, my friend came downstairs with Emma and told us that the child had wet our bed.Not wanting to make Emma feel bad, we said it was no problem.In the future, consider purchasing a moisture-resistant mattress cover for your bed and the one in the guest room in case of “accidents.”Would it be disloyal of me to leave my current hairdresser?Adrianna would probably feel that way, but you are free to give it a try.People usually get what they pay for, so don’t burn any bridges.
- This French musical flick is better than ‘La La Land’
By Sara Stewart - Tuesday Jul 11, 2017
If “La La Land” left you cold, take heart: There are better new musicals out there. Exhibit A: the French “Footnotes,” which sets its show tunes in a workers’ strike at a shoe factory. Sexy, eh? Actually, it is. Like the Emma Stone-Ryan Gosling vehicle, it pays homage to old Hollywood, but the plot —...
- ‘Girls Trip’ Review: Malcolm D Lee’s Bawdy, Boozy Comedy Showcases a Stellar Sisterhood
By Elizabeth Weitzman, provided by
- Friday Jul 21, 2017
Lee’s never had trouble crafting a confidently glossy film (we’ll pretend “Scary Movie 5” didn’t happen), although some of his endeavors (“Undercover Brother”) have been more memorable than others (“Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins”).Much of the credit goes to the movie’s well-cast quartet of leads, who gather for a girls’ weekend when Ryan is hired to speak at the massive annual Essence Festival in New Orleans.Journalism major Sasha (Queen Latifah) has been reduced to chasing sleazy tips for her gossip blog.(“Rough Night,” which followed the same exact route, is still in theaters.) But that’s okay, because we’re in it for the ride, the company, and the pure pleasure of watching these women, and the actresses playing them, embrace an independence Hollywood doles out too grudgingly.Everyone gets her own moments, and it’s pretty entertaining to watch Queen Latifah and Pinkett Smith romancing inanimate objects after drinking too much absinthe.While the other women hit their beats in polished style, Haddish brings a seemingly impromptu vibe that raises the bar for each scene.No matter how ridiculous the setup, she jumps in with so much hilarious enthusiasm, we can’t help follow her wherever she goes.[...] be warned: she goes far enough that you will never stand underneath a zipline or look at a grapefruit the same way again.Lee has often folded moral, political, or religious perspectives into strong ensemble comedies like “The Best Man” and Barbershop: