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Topic - Jessica Lange
There have been many stage and screen adaptations of "Therese Raquin," Emile Zola's 1867 novel about love and betrayal. Perhaps most notable was filmmaker Marcel Carne's 1953 version, "The Adultress," starring Simone Signoret and Raf Vallone. It was a classic slice of film noir; a feverish take on a sordid love affair.
The third season of "American Horror Story" will be subtitled "Coven," and add actress Kathy Bates to the series' ensemble, according to the TV anthology's co-creator, Ryan Murphy.
After an autumn in which Sarah Paulson went through some pretty harrowing stuff, the idea of doing a play this winter in New York didn't initially seem like much of a reward.
Producer Ryan Murphy paid tribute at the International Emmy Awards to television legends Norman Lear and Alan Alda, whose cutting-edge, socially conscious shows in the `70s paved the way for his own shows like "Glee" and "The New Normal."
"Glee" co-creator Ryan Murphy didn't hesitate when given a chance to pay tribute to his American idol, legendary TV producer Norman Lear, at the 40th International Emmy Awards.
For the past few years, something's been slowly gnawing at Paul Rudd _ the lure of live theater.
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Martha Stewart is taking her cookware to PBS. The media maven will serve up what is being described as a culinary master class: "Martha Stewart's Cooking School."
Oprah lands interview with Houston's daughter
Kelsey Grammer, Showtime's "Homeland" and movie actresses who turned to TV work were big winners Sunday night at the Golden Globes.
Gerard Butler is OK after being held underwater by some big waves while filming for a movie about a surfer at Mavericks, a famed Northern California surf break known for treacherous, stories-high waves.
Jessica Lange and Sam Shepard have separated after nearly 30 years together.
A quick look at similar movies that came out within months of each other. In some cases, both did just fine. Will the same hold true for next year's two Snow Whites?
Dino De Laurentiis, one of the last great, intrepid film producers who with unmatched showmanship shepherded movies as varied as "La Strada" and "Barbarella," died Wednesday night in his Beverly Hills home. He was 91.
He was a small man who dreamed big, hit the highest heights and failed like few others.
Late in the event, the ensemble's latest major cast addition was introduced to the audience: the Oscar-winning Bates ("Misery"), who said she was a big fan of the series and a longtime friend of Lange.
When Lange was asked about that new character, she replied, laughing, "I don't know what a `glamor cat' is, but I am excited about it."