Is Hillary Clinton trying to win the hearts and minds of Dennis Kucinich voters? Kucinich, the longtime congressman and former presidential candidate, once talked about seeing UFOs while visiting actress Shirley MacLaine's house. And...Show More Summary
Illeana Douglas was a teenager when she visited the set of the 1979 film classic "Being There," starring Peter Sellers, Shirley MacLaine and her beloved grandfather Melvyn Douglas, who would win his second supporting actor Oscar for the satire. An aspiring actress, Douglas was thrilled when her...
Bleecker Street has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Mark Pellington's The Last Word, a dramedy that has Shirley MacLaine and Amanda Seyfried attached to star. The pic, written by Stuart Fink, centers on MacLaine as a retired businesswoman...Show More Summary
The film screenings at the Toronto International Film Festival are still going strong, as are the reports on which movies have found financial backing (you know, so there can continue to be a TIFF). Myriad Pictures recently announced...Show More Summary
Myriad Pictures stepped up to finance and handle international sales for the comedy-drama The Last Word from director Mark Pellington (Arlington Road, The Mothman Prophecies) and starring Shirley MacLaine and Amanda Seyfried. Written...Show More Summary
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Here’s what happens when you call for an interview with Shirley MacLaine: She picks up her own phone and says “Hello?” like she’s a normal person and not, you know, SHIRLEY MACLAINE. On Saturday, the 81-year-old Academy Award winner will bring her surprising sense of normalcy to Strathmore for “An Evening with Shirley MacLaine.”Read full article >>
Also appearing are Shirley MacLaine, and Grant Colfax. Airdate September 7, 1983. From The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson
Although the loose theme of this year’s TCM Classic Film Festival revolves around the word “History” in every possible meaning of the word, organizers could easily have wrapped it around the word “anniversary” since so much of it seems to be tied to celebrating landmark years in the life of the movies, actors and filmmakers being honored this year. Show More Summary
This year's edition of the classic movie event offers Shirley MacLaine discussing The Children's Hour, a rarely seen Tennessee Williams project, big splashy musicals, and much more. read more
Shirley MacLaine is facing stark criticism for an controversial passage in her latest book. The book, titled What If…: A Lifetime of Questions, Speculations, Reasonable Guesses, and a Few Things I Know For Sure, was published in November 2013. Show More Summary
In her autobiography, just reprinted, What If...: A Lifetime of Questions, Speculations, Reasonable Guesses, and a Few Things I Know For Sure, Shirley MacLaine said some things that are generating outrage. The veteran Hollywood actress suggests the six million Jews and millions of others systematically murdered in Hitler’s death camps in the [...]
Hollywood Veteran Shirley MacLaine has sparked widespread outrage by claiming that Holocaust victims could have been ‘balancing their karma’ for sins they committed in a previous life. The older sister of Warren Beatty has long been known for her New Age beliefs and interest in spirituality, reincarnation, and UFOs. Show More Summary
Ben Affleck, Jessica Chastain, Viola Davis, Kevin Hart, Shirley MacLaine, Chris Pine, Miles Teller and Naomi Watts have been added to the list of presenters for this year’s Oscars. Show producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron shared the news just now in a tweet. Show More Summary
Irma la Douce is a 1963 romantic comedy starring Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine, directed by Billy Wilder. It is based on the 1956 French stage musical Irma La Douce by Marguerite Monnot and Alexandre Breffort. Below is a collection...Show More Summary
Millennium Entertainment has provided ComingSoon.net with a clip from Elsa & Fred, the English-Language adaptation of the original which played in Latin American theaters for a year and spawned a successful stage play.
Sometimes the freshest face on the big screen is 80 and counting. Certainly that's true of "Elsa & Fred's" brightest star, Shirley MacLaine.
Michael Radford’s banal effort is a typical AARPedy with two exceptions: Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer.
Shirley MacLaine became such great friends with Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin on the set of the 1958 melodrama "Some Came Running" that they made her a mascot of the Rat Pack.