The most recent addition to Ryan Murphy’s latest anthology-style project, Feud, should not surprise you. After wowing everyone as Marcia Clark in American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson, Sarah Paulson will be joining in the (presumably) high-camp Old Hollywood fun.
Ryan Murphy has another anthology series in the works at FX. It’s called Feud, and it’s about feuds, and the first season will be dedicated to the feud between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, who will be played by Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange, respectively.
If you’ve ever wanted to contemplate Marlene Dietrich’s magnetic appeal at its proper scale, now’s your chance.
Note: This outfit does not appear in Flamingo Road. This was a personal choice of Joan Crawford’s. Just try and name a star who could pull off hydrants today.
Today would be the legendary Joan Crawford's 108th birthday. Crawford was one of the most famous movie stars — and highest paid women — in the late 1920s and 1930s, and F. Scott Fitzgerald once called her "the best example of the flapper, the girl you see in smart night clubs, gowned to the apex of sophistication,…
Not content with simply making her mother's name synonymous with bad parenting, Christina Crawford is developing a one-woman show in which she she'll share new details about her family — including never-before-seen home videos of a nude Joan Crawford. The play, which is titled Surviving Mommie Dearest, is based on her…
Ranging from trashy to tragic to triumphant, the biographies and memoirs in this compilation not only tell the stories of the women who've helped define "celebrity" in the past 100 years, but also provide some pretty entertaining bathroom reads.
Today, Obit's Judy answers the plea of a teen who just wants to shout for joy now that a mean school principal is dead. Judy's advice was way too reasonable, so we asked a bunch of random dead people!
Some Christmas cheer from a famous American mother, via Mommie Dearest.
People always cite Mommie Dearest as the end of Fay Dunaway's career as a legitimate actress, which is unfortunate. Her performance is campy and over-the-top, sure, but it's also kind of spot-on, especially considering the source material is traumatic childhood memories. The other thing is that she is unintentionally…