There are many reasons that we love Helen Mirren. She is an amazing actress, with 26 major awards to her name, including one Oscar. She is a champion for women’s rights and an outspoken critic of sexism and ageism. And, as today’s story demonstrates, despite her continued success as an actress, she is a down-to-earth lady who can even make riding the bus look fabulous!
On the surface, the idea for Winchester has merit. Put one of the most talented actresses in the world in one of the most haunted houses in the world, stir in some dark psychological mysteries and… voila! You have a hit!
If you love Helen Mirren and Morgan Freeman – and who doesn’t? – I have great news. These two Sixty and Me favorites are scheduled to appear together in the upcoming Disney film, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms towards the end of 2018!
Few actresses represent our generation more gracefully or powerfully than Helen Mirren. Not only is she fantastic on screen, but, she is also down-to-earth, intelligent and poised in person.
It is no exaggeration to say that Hollywood is hard on its older stars. This is especially true for women who are expected to stay young for a long as possible, while they male counterparts continue to get treated seriously.
Bridges and Bronsan are staring together again! Not since the 1996 flick “The Mirror Has Two Faces” have Bridges and Brosnan fans had an opportunity to see both leading men side by side on the big screen.
We closed out Thanksgiving Day by welcoming in the Christmas season with the movie, “It’s a Wonderful Life.” This movie provoked deep thought in me this time and I would like to share the lessons I reflected on this year.
Sigourney Weaver is best known for her role as Ripley in the Aliens series. But, her role as Midwesterner Fossey in Gorillas in the Mist is probably more relevant for today’s news.
In the film, Weaver plays Midwesterner Fossey, a zoologist and primatologist, who travels to Africa to study the local gorilla populations. Fossey’s objective research mission becomes complicated when she is forced to confront a group of poachers who are threatening the gorillas.
As boomer women, we have put up with many things during our 6 decades on the planet. Many of us have been harassed or discriminated against. Almost all of us have been underestimated or held back in one way or another. Now, in 2016, it feels like there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Baby boomer women are masters of reinvention and no-one represents this trait in our generation better than Madonna. Over the decades, she has always had her finger on the pulse of popular culture. Her music, sometimes shocking, yet always entertaining, almost always represents the direction of our society.