For the past 24-years, James Lipton, 93, has served as the host and executive producer of the award-winning interview series, Inside the Actors Studio.
With the constant cycle of negative news stories, it can be easy to feel discouraged with the state of humanity these days – which is why a recently released image from Sony Pictures offers such a welcome infusion of positivity.
When John Travolta, 64, and Olivia Newton-John, 70, first became friends back in 1978 while playing one of the most cherished on-screen couples of all time in Grease, neither of them could predict the lifelong friendship that would grow from the experience.
Dame Helen Mirren, 73, is known for many wonderful things – for being a revered, award-winning film, television, and theater actress; for being appointed a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire; and for being an incredibly poised, elegant, and stunning individual in pretty much every situation.
In the age of gender reveal parties and social media worthy “we’re expecting” announcements, new parents literally have the world at their fingertips as they share their good news.
The way that technology has advanced and changed our world over the past several decades is undeniable.
People spend more and more time with their face glued to a digital screen, whether it be a phone, tablet, or laptop, and the phrase, “If it isn’t posted (online), it didn’t really happen”, has become widely accepted as a norm.
What is an icon? How do you identify someone who is worthy of such an exemplary title? Who really embodies the term, icon?
There is, in fact, one person who provides the perfect answer to all of those questions – Helen Mirren.
Established in 2007 by the United States Library of Congress, the Library of Congress Gershwin Award for Popular Song recognizes and honors recipients, who fall into the category of composer or performer, for their lifetime of contribution to popular music.
On September 22, rock ‘n’ roll icon Joan Jett celebrated her 60th birthday, but her age doesn’t define her any more than her gender. The Godmother of Punk started her music career at the age 15 when she co-founded the all-girl group known as the Runaways in a time that punk rock was mostly an all-boys club.
Fifteen years ago, actress Kathy Bates was diagnosed with stage 1 ovarian cancer and immediately underwent surgery followed by nine difficult months of chemotherapy. She went right back to work following the operation, struggling through the exhaustion and telling no one.