“I always wanted to be somebody, but now I realize I should have been more specific.” – Lily Tomlin Lily Tomlin, who is no stranger to feminist and gay-friendly films, is about to be awarded with the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award. It’s decidedly apropos that Jane Fonda and Dolly Parton will […]
There aren’t too many sitcoms on the air featuring people in their 70s that are a hit, but, then again, most sitcoms don’t have the combined force of longtime friends Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda. Neflix’s “Grace & Frankie” features the acclaimed actresses as two women who are left by their husbands at the same time […]
Iconic acting legends Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin are busy as ever in their respective careers. They’ve got a new series (“Grace and Frankie” at Netflix) and have been hitting the talk-show circuit and while they have many iconic films in their careers, one has never gone away from our memories. Leave it to Andy Cohen to […]
Oh, Lily Tomlin. From her splash on the scene in the late 1960s in “Laugh-In,” Mary Jean “Lily” Tomlin was a fan favorite but, known mostly for her comedy, went on to surprise us with dramatic roles in “Nashville” while still continuing to make us laugh in films like “9 to 5,” and “All Of Me,” […]
Jane Fonda will receive the American Film Institute’s 42nd Life Achievement Award, one of Hollywood’s most prestigious career honors.
The film’s star, Forest Whitaker is receiving praise for his portrayal of White House butler Cecil Gaines, a fictional character, based on longtime service worker Eugene Allen.
When “The Newsroom” returns to HBO this July for its second season, Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) is sequestered in a meeting in present day with the ACN network attorney (Marcia Gay Harden) as they prepare for a deposition.
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Jane Fonda is following up her stint on the HBO drama “The Newsroom” with another television gig. Fonda, better known for her big-screen efforts such as “On Golden Pond” and “Barbarella,” has signed on to star in a comedy in development at ABC, entitled “Now What?“ The project centers on the […]
Sarah Silverman may watch “The Bachelor” — but that doesn’t mean approves of the show’s message. On Thursday’s premiere episode of Lifetime’s new candid interview series, “The Conversation With Amanda de Cadenet,” Silverman echoed the recent sentiments of Barbara Walters in expressing her distaste for the reality dating series. Lawsuit Brings Attention to “The Bachelor” […]
Post parties after the Golden Globe Awards, less raucous than in previous years, flowed instead of crackled, conjuring up the understated 1920s glamor of black-and-white French-directed silent film and Globe comedy or musical winner “The Artist.”