John Freeman Gill
Home
News and Events
Journalism
New York
Op Ed
Book Reviews
Travel Lifestyle
Entertainment
Essays
Humor
Video
New York subway map
Anthologies
Contact
New York stories
Entertainment


Bourne of Fire
Premiere, July 2002. Matt Damon, director Doug Liman, and the off-camera warfare that nearly snuffed out The Bourne Identity.
Murder, They Wrote
The New York Times, February 11, 2007. Dick Wolf & Co. bring the gruesome murder of actress Adrienne Shelly to Law & Order.
'Wonder Years,' by Way of Bed-Stuy
The New York Times, December 4, 2005. Chris Rock reflects on Everybody Hates Chris and the not-so-funny Bedford-Stuyvesant of his youth.
Blade in Japan
Maxim, February 2004. The man who teaches Hollywood's A-list — from Tom Cruise to Matt Damon to Russell Crowe — to kick ass.
In a Town of 'Friends,' an Amen Corner
The New York Times, October 23, 2005. A piously irreverent sitcom about good-looking would-be ministers, rabbis and imams who share a dorm and try not to sleep with one another.





All of the contents of this web site are © 2017 by John Gill or the original publishers of these articles.
Unauthorized use of any part of this site without the written consent of the owner is strictly forbidden.