Reporter for the Culture Desk at The New York Times
Dave Itzkoff appears in the following:
Monday, October 03, 2011
"It's true," actor Jason Bateman tweeted on Sunday. "We will do 10 episodes and the movie. Probably shoot them all together next summer for a release in early '13. VERY excited!" Bateman was on stage at The New Yorker Festival for a reunion with the cast and creator of "Arrested Development," the much-loved, short-lived sitcom that aired on FOX for three seasons from 2003 to 2006. Mitchell Hurwitz, the show's creator, used the occasion to announce that a long rumored "Arrested Development" movie is in the works, as well as limited-run series telling the story of where the characters have been for the last few years. Dave Itzkoff, culture reporter for The New York Times, was in the audience and reports on the latest.
Thursday, September 29, 2011
The legacy of the Beatles is still unfolding in 2011. In the second installment of our “Beatles: 2K11” series, we look at new appreciations of the late George Harrison. The so-called “quiet Beatle” is the subject of recent tribute albums, a new Martin Scorsese documentary on HBO and more. Guests include New York Times culture reporter Dave Itzkoff and the Wall Street Journal's rock and pop critic, Jim Fusilli.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Tuesday, June 01, 2010
M.I.A., the Sri Lankan born rapper who’s crossover appeal reached critical mass when her single “Paper Planes” was featured in the film “Slumdog Millionaire," was enraged when she read a profile of herself in The New York Times. Lynn Hirschberg wrote the profile that took down the artist, questioning her ties to the Tamil Tigers, saying that she likes truffle-oiled french fries, and writing she hates Lady Gaga. In response, M.I.A. released a song attacking Hirschberg and shared the journalist's personal cell phone number via Twitter. Dave Itzkoff, reporter for The New York Times fills us on in on the story.
Monday, May 24, 2010
We discuss the end of "Lost" with David Itzkoff, reporter for The New York Times. He has heard from a lot of fans and finds that reactions are divided. Some like the spirituality of the ending, while others were hoping for more answers to some of the series' complicated questions. We want to hear from you! What did you think of the ending?
Friday, April 23, 2010
Dave Itzkoff, of The NYT, talks about arts groups using Twitter.