Glenda Jackson

If humans were to live on their own on Mars for centuries, scientists believe that they'd evolve to become taller, with weaker
In Anything Goes, Adam Godley portrays the hilarious, and, yes, singing and dancing Lord Evelyn Oakleigh opposite Broadway royalty Sutton Foster and Joel Grey.
On the first of this month, Walter Matthau, who left us just a decade ago, would have turned ninety. Ruminating on this unnoted milestone made me consider anew what a unique and gifted screen actor he was.
It was touching to see Richard Chamberlain with his director of forty years ago, Ken Russell, at Sunday's American Cinematheque screening of the octogenarian's exuberant Tchaikovsky biopic, The Music Lovers.
Ken Russell is one of the greatest directors of all time, a filmmaker who pushed the envelope both creatively and professionally -- and in many ways changed the face of cinema, inspiring many of my generation both aesthetically and personally.