The Judy Garland biopic, starring Renée Zellweger, examines its subject's connection with her LGBTQ fans — and hints at why that bond endures today.
Renée Zellweger, Eddie Murphy, Adam Sandler and Shia LaBeouf step into rich roles that double as meta commentary on their careers.
The "Judy" star recalled waiting hours in a book-signing line, and then this happened.
The Oscar winner and star of the upcoming movie "Judy" stopped acting for six years, realizing that she was experiencing burnout and depression.
The Oscar winner's take on the "Wizard of Oz" star will zing, zing, zing at your heart strings.
The Oscar winner tackles the fabled life of the "Wizard of Oz" star in "Judy," due out in September.
A fabled link to the Stonewall riots has helped the star’s legacy resonate.
The film is set in 1968 -- the year before Garland's untimely death.
He also said his "Love Actually" co-star, Emma Thompson, is "not remotely sane."
But the director says that's not what it means.
Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey charm their way through the franchise's third installment.
Women will relate to the movie partially because they can imagine themselves being BFF's with Bridget. Yes, she gets the
“Somehow people were using that as a way to be cruel and calling someone gay as a pejorative."
She also recalled the time her gay pal was mistaken for a boyfriend.
"Why do we value beauty over contribution?"