Michelle Pfeiffer

A wedding is in the works, but the horned fairy isn't having it in the Disney sequel.
Executives wanted Sarah Michelle Gellar to play the iconic role instead.
The audience ripped apart a question about actress dropping pounds for her character at a "Scarface" reunion.
Black dresses and tuxedos will be available for bidding starting Jan. 19.
Pfeiffer’s return to the spotlight feels like something to celebrate. Perhaps it even shows Hollywood is changing.
"I got so picky that I was unhirable," the re-emerging actress said.
The "Hairspray" star is the latest Hollywood celebrity to get serious about climate activism.
Biopics are often the critics favorites as well, frequently proving themselves as Oscar and Golden Globe contenders. Plus, given the variety of biopic categories, there's something on the menu for everyone.
The year was 1983. Sean Penn's glowering mug graced the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, emblazoned with the label: "Bad Boy Sean Penn: The Next James Dean." Okay, there it was in black and white.