Trying to keep up with all the books celebrities have published lately is overwhelming. Here is a list of those I read so far this year.
The Making Of Another Motion Picture by Tom Hanks
The Making of Another Major Motion Picture Masterpiece from Academy Award-winning actor Tom Hanks offers an insider’s take on filmmaking. It reflects the past, present and future of Hollywood show business.
1964 Eyes Of The Storm by Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney rediscovered his photo archives from the Beatles era during the pandemic. He put them together in 1964:Eyes Of The Storm with photographs from Liverpool, London, Paris, New York, Washington, D.C. and Miami, along with never-before-seen portraits of John, George and Ringo.
Pageboy by Elliot Page
With Juno’s massive success, Elliot Page became one of the world’s most beloved actors. This came at the same time that he was discovering his identity, forcing him to face struggles while navigating his personal life and career journey. Full of intimate stories, from chasing secret love affairs to battling body image, Pageboy captures the universal human experience of searching for our place in this complicated world.
Into The Void by Geezer Butler
Geezer Butler, bassist of Black Sabbath and pioneer of heavy metal bands, tells the story of their early days, lineup changes, and the record-breaking tours with Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Bill Ward. Like Geezer’s bass lines and the story of Black Sabbath themselves, Into the Void is original, dramatic and one hell of a ride.