The Oscar winners play BFFs in the new movie.
MacLaine and Steve Parker were married nearly 30 years.
Each spring, the TCM Classic Film Festival arrives in Hollywood, sparking pleasant reflections on what it is for a film to be considered "a classic."
Let's face it, in its 88 years, there are instances where actors were awarded Oscars not because they were truly the category's strongest, but because they were the most popular, the most sentimental, played the studio politics game with the most savvy, etc. All wrong reasons.
Laura Hankin's The Summertime Girls is the latest generation's take on women and friendship -- this time it's a pair of 20 somethings who have been together since fifth grade and have changed enough to cause some real damage to each other and the BFF paradigm itself.
If you want a spectacular score to accompany your British drama series, then look no further than John Lunn, the maestro behind the music for Grantchester, Little Dorrit, The White Queen, Shetland and Downton Abbey.
Nora Ephron Robin Williams Annette Bening Meryl Streep Harrison Ford Michael Douglas Aaron Sorkin Having worked with the
"I'm not crazy, I've just been in a very bad mood for 40 years," Ouiser Boudreaux (Shirley MacLaine) hollers in "Steel Magnolias
There may be no movie that better epitomizes the bond of female friendship than “Steel Magnolias.” Released 25 years ago
My cinematic crème de la crème takes many forms. It may be one line of dialogue all on its own, or an entire scene's worth. It might be a look or a gesture from one character to another, or to no one in particular. It might be as simple as the quality of light the director captured at a window in early morning.
Eddie Redmayne stars as Stephen Hawking, from his days as a Cambridge grad student in physics to his breakthrough years as a faculty physicist. It also deals with his marriage to Jane (Felicity Jones), who weds him even though he's been given a death-sentence diagnosis of ALS.
Shirley MacLaine, the Hollywood grand dame of uncensored charisma, gave Jennifer Lawrence some advice a few years back. Read
Downton Abbey sweeps back on to Sunday-night television in Britain this weekend, much to the delight of its avid fan base. While the British public has long had a love affair with costume drama -- not to mention Dame Maggie Smith -- the rest of the world has also taken the show to its bosom.
Actress Shirley MacLaine "The end of the day, the suns going down. The news is about to come on … the dogs are cuddling up