Dame Julie Andrews, embodiment of grace, poise, and everything that is lovely and gentle, will not—alas—make a cameo in the upcoming film Mary Poppins Returns. But, as befits Andrews, her reasoning is graciously deferential.
In an absolutely perfect fit, Julie Andrews will team up with the Jim Henson Company for a new show teaching kids about the performing arts. This is great news for babies, and also for adults who frequently find themselves hungover and looking for some soothing TV.
A few years ago, Julie Andrews released Home, a memoir of her early years; now she's set to write another, covering—yes—the years she played Mary Poppins and Maria Von Trapp.
During an interview with Diane Sawyer, Julie Andrews confessed that there was one song in particular on The Sound of Music's soundtrack that annoyed the shit out of her a little bit.
The music performances at tonight's Oscars have run the gamut from underwhelming (Rita Ora) to frenetic ("Everything Is Awesome") to moving and gorgeous ("Glory"). And now, thanks to Lady Gaga's beautiful Sound of Music medley, we add gut-wrenchingly nostalgic and beautiful to the list.
Point: No scene in the history of cinema has ever had as much sexual tension as Maria and Captain Von Trapp dancing the Ländler in 1965's The Sound of Music. Counterpoint: Yes, that first point is correct. So will Sound of Music stars Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer be able to recreate the drama of that…
Sweet musical heaven! Stars of stage and screen Julie Andrews and Idina Menzel appeared on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live last night, making some person's dream dinner guest list materialize before their very eyes.
Most of us will be waking up with a hangover on New Year's Day. But here's one way to class up time spent prostrate on the couch: A concert heavy on the Strauss, hosted by your TV nana Julie Andrews and complete with ballet interlude featuring costumes designed by Vivienne Westwood.
In a mega-glam cover interview, Lena Dunham told Marie Claire UK that she's confident about her body. U guise know that?
NBC has just announced that country singer and American Idol winner Carrie Underwood will portray Maria Von Trapp — the role originally played to perfection by the radiant Julie Andrews — in a TV remake of The Sound of Music. There are no words for what we are feeling about this atrocity. Instead: the Kübler-Ross…
Today is our fair lady's 75th birthday; put a spoonful of sugar in whatever beverage you toast her with. And have a good weekend!
Somewhere in my youth or childhood, I must have done something good: For the first time in 45 years, the cast will reunite! Mark your calendars for October 29; I'll be singing "Edelweiss" over and over 'til then.