Debra Winger has a reputation. Read almost any profile from her 41-year career, and you’re likely to find the word “difficult” mentioned a time or two. Winger’s squabbles with Shirley MacLaine during “Terms of Endearment” are the stuff of Hollywood lore. Show More Summary
Here's a selection of 19 lovely vintage photos of famous moms (Jackie Kennedy, Shirley MacLaine) with their kids, famous kids (Liz Taylor, Sophia Loren) with their moms and, in a few instances, famous kids with their famous moms. According...Show More Summary
Let’s raise a glass of white wine with ice to her.
At 82, the actress reflects on the golden age of Hollywood gossip, her quest for identity and the self-exploitation of social media.
The Last Word Will Make You Miss Carrie Fisher and Nora Ephron More Than Normal by Megan Burbank T he Last Word, starring Shirley MacLaine as a miserable old woman and Amanda Seyfried as the ornery journalist writing her obituary ahead of time, could’ve been a celebration of lady curmudgeons. Show More Summary
Shirley MacLaine is on a roll. She became a trending topic on Twitter and Facebook when she appeared at last month’s Oscars with Charlize Theron. Earlier this year, she received the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. Career Achievement Award and this month was honored at the Texas Film Awards in Austin...
Yeah, no. Just no. "I leap here to the defense of my noble former colleagues at this paper and others. People who see this movie unawares should be told that it’s fake news, and that it’s the obits themselves that are real news."
While it pleases me greatly to see Shirley MacLaine still getting leading roles, it's not doing her any favors when it's a movie filled with cliches older than she is. [ more › ]
Directed by Mark Pellington ("The Mothman Prophecies", "Arlington Road"), the dramedy "The Last Word" stars Shirley MacLaine as Harriet Lauler, a retired businesswoman... For more, visit our blog !
Shirley MacLaine drew some laughs tonight while accepting a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Texas Film Awards. After being introduced by Richard Linklater — founder of the Austin Film Society, which presents the annual awards onShow More Summary
I know, it's likely that you saw Get Out or Logan this weekend. Fair enough. However, if you're looking for a female-led alternative to the male-centric genre fare out there right now (though I LOVE me some Dafne Keen as X-23), you might want to check out a film called The Last Word.
Mark Pellington’s last film, the exhausting I Melt With You, asked what would an up-its-own-ass indie about ennui and middle age look like if it its primary influences were the films of Michael Bay and a dwindling supply of cocaine. The Last Word, a generic feel-good comic drama that’s lucky to star Shirley MacLaine, couldn’t be more different. Show More Summary
Fresh from her television appearance looking aghast at her brother Warren Beatty after the already legendary Best-Picture-flub at the Oscars, Shirley MacLaine is in a new theatrical release. Like too many movies in which the lead performer...Show More Summary
I have just two words for The Last Word: Shirley MacLaine. The legendary star is back with a leading role worthy of her talents and she lets it rip in this amusing, and ultimately touching, film about an 81-year-old divorced woman determined...Show More Summary
With special guest Shirley MacLaine
Seeing the love Shirley MacLaine received Sunday night at the Academy Awards — from her co-presenter Charlize Theron, from the audience, on social media — was a highlight for any true film fan. “The Apartment” clips quickly reminded you of how often she’s dazzled us over 50 years of steely energy...
So far, the actor is too busy hanging out on his porch to make more movies.
Warren Beatty's sister still "processing the horror" of the awards drama.
By now, the great envelope disaster of 2017 has all but escaped our attentions, as the 24-hour news cycle has given us more things to be distracted, amused, and horrified by. Unless, of course, you’re Shirley MacLaine. If you’re Shirley MacLaine, you’re still trembling at the thought, which—because you can’t stop… Read more...