'He's following in his famous parent's footsteps, working as a producer and director, and is currently involved with a 15-year-long project called Mapping of the Human Brain and everyone says he's brilliant.'Tim and Caitlin have been trying to keep their love under wraps,' adds the source, 'but they've been seen out and about in Austin and San Marcos, shopping and dining out at such places as Gil's Broiler in historic old San Marcos.'Earlier this week the Department of Justice issued a report blaming Ferguson, Missouri police for using abusive behavior disproportionately, targeting African American residents, after the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown last August.And in Austin, an investigation was launched at the University of Texas in Austin, claiming their chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon used the same racist chant that caused the fraternity's University of Oklahoma chapter, to be shut down earlier this week.'The timing for a show like American Crime is perfect,' says the source.Worst of all, the movie that was spat out at the end of it all was an arduous mess.It didn't help that at its heart, it had a romance that would only fool those who genuinely did think Adam Sandler had a twin sister by the end of In the midst of them was the muddled buddy movie Hollywood Homicide, which instantly looked promising when it was declared that Ron Shelton was to direct."I wanted to investigate what it means to be a man and a woman, together and apart," Howard, 47, says of his directorial debut.Perhaps no one was better suited to play his onscreen wife than Winger, but she was reluctant.
In a sunny hotel room overlooking the Pacific, Debra Winger is telling Jewish tales as big and bad as Big Bad Love, her first film since abruptly quitting show business seven years ago.She's also felt a lingering sadness: "My grandmother never acknowledged Noah," she says, laughing and crying in a manner reminiscent of her Oscar-nominated turn in 1983's Terms of Endearment."She disowned me when I married his non-Jewish father [actor Timothy Hutton].His second walk down the aisle was with illustrator Aurore Discard d'Estaing - niece of former French president Valery Giscard d'Estaing – and that eight-year union produced another son, Milo, 13.'Tim, [who plays Russ, the ex-husband of a character played by Felicity Huffman] loved Caitlin's wacky sense of humor and was impressed with the fact she's fluent in both French and German,' says the source.'She's also extremely talented, having starred in such films as Magic Mike, Smiley and the Social Network.