In the News: Hollywood Director’s Tribeca Penthouse

••• Film/TV director Doug Liman shows off his 3,600-square-foot Tribeca penthouse to The Hollywood Reporter. The electronic ping-pong scoreboard is awesome.

••• “The largest ship ever built for the Royal Navy arrived in New York on Friday for a weeklong visit. The HMS Queen Elizabeth, dubbed the ‘Big Liz,’ anchored in the Hudson River carrying about 1,500 seamen and was viewed by tourists visiting the Statue of Liberty and Staten Island Ferry riders.” —New York Post

••• “The critically-acclaimed Yiddish-language production of ‘Fiddler on the Roof,’ which has been playing to sold-out audiences at the Museum of Jewish Heritage since July, has extended its run through December 30. This is the latest (and last) in a series of continuations.” —Broadsheet

••• The “Fearless Girl” statue “will cross the pond to visit Dublin and London. […] By the end of the year, ‘Fearless Girl’ is slated to be moved from near the ‘Charging Bull’ sculpture in Bowling Green to the street in front of the New York Stock Exchange. And next year, it will once again head back to Europe, where it will spend about six months in London beginning in March.” —New York Post