The Paramount+ version is billed as a “deep-dive reimagining” of the original and, if Close has her way, could offer a more nuanced take on mental health.
The Duke of Sussex discussed his own anxiety, therapy and coping techniques for the series, which debuted last week.
The Texas Republican had no response to a Trump-themed zinger after he compared Trevor Noah to Glenn Close in “Fatal Attraction."
“Who in that category is a loser?" the actress asked. "You’re five people honored for the work that you’ve done by your peers. What’s better than that?”
The "Four Good Days" actor said her co-star won a certain challenge on the movie set "every single day."
The "BlacKkKlansman" director seemed genuinely flattered by Close's Oscar night tribute to his 1988 movie, "School Daze."
The Oscar-nominated actor shocked us all with her knowledge of the 1988 Experience Unlimited single "Da Butt" during a skit with actor Lil Rel Howery.
The "Hillbilly Elegy" star and seven-time Oscar nominee dissed Paltrow's Academy Award for "Shakespeare in Love."
The seasoned actor could win her first Academy Award for a movie with little redeeming value. It doesn't have to be like this.
Ryan Reynolds, Demi Lovato and Kendrick Lamar are just a few of the many celebrities who have spoken out about mental health.