The delightful Olivia de Havilland remains at 101 (!) the last living star portrayed in FX’s Feud: Bette and Joan, to which she added extra spice with her IDGAF admission that she’d never seen the show. Well, de Havilland apparently found time, and is now suing FX over Catherine Zeta-Jones’ “inaccurate and contrary” portrayal.
Viewers of Ryan Murphy’s FX Feud are probably too distracted by the A-list talent chewing through their televisions to realize most – if not all – of these historical figures have passed. In fact, only screen legend Olivia de Havilland remains alive at a robust 100 (!), and her input would be nothing less than a gift. Well, someone got it, and it might be the most gloriously IDGAF burn you read all year.
Ryan Murphy’s second FX anthology proved a surprising hit, but can Feud recapture the same magic? See for yourself in the first official footage of Feud: Bette and Joan, as Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon take Hollywood rivalry to biblical proportions.
The lastest 'Red 2' trailer shows us Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker and Helen Mirren returning for some old-timer fun in this follow-up to the 2010 hit. As the previous poster tagline stated, the best certainly never rest.
Press screenings of Steven Soderbergh's 'Side Effects' -- supposedly the director's final theatrical film before his self-imposed retirement -- were carefully monitored for latecomers. Stragglers who arrived after the screening began were greeted by signs like this one, reading that "due to the non-linear nature of this film, it would be unrewarding for you to enter at this point." This
'Side Effects,' Steven Soderbergh's alleged final film before retirement, already debuted multiple trailers featuring looks at the Rooney Mara- and Channing Tatum-led cast. The footage itself has been sort of a precursor mini-thriller in that we're left wondering whether our 'Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' is crazy or her seemingly iffy therapist (Jude Law) has something to do with it. Well, now the
There are 8.2 million people living in New York City. Combine the population of Slovenia, Macedonia, Lithuania and you still aren't anywhere near what we've got. More importantly, why would you do that? New York is the capital of the world for at least a few more decades before China takes over. As such, those of us who live here can be excused for thinking that the power machinations in our city