Released in 1995, 'Now and Then' featured a cast of rising child stars as four friends coming of age in the 1970s, dealing with divorce, death and becoming young women, who reunite later in life to reflect on how far they've come. Bolstered by the star power of more established actresses, like Demi Moore and Melanie Griffith, the film was sort of a female version of 'Stand By Me,' and loved by both critics and audiences alike. Nineteen years later, we take a look back at the cast of this modern classic and see what they're up to now.
In Donald Trump's world, there's losers and then there's Rosie O'Donnell-level losers. And according to The Donald, music icon Cher is right up there with 'The View's' former host when it comes to being "out of touch with reality" and a "total loser." Guess we won't be seeing these two on 'Celebrity Apprentice' anytime, ever.
So, what got Cher on Donald Trump's bad side?
Surprisingly, Lindsay Lohan is proving to be the bigger person after Rosie O'Donnell questioned Lohan's casting in an upcoming Liz Taylor biopic. Just because it's hard to find a picture of Lohan where she isn't accompanied by some sort of law enforcement personnel doesn't mean she can't have a "grown-up" moment, every now and then.
Rosie O'Donnell's return to talk on Oprah's fledgling OWN network was cancelled, last week. And the fact that staffers referred to 'The Rosie Show' as a "f**king hellhole" might be one reason why.