Ryan Murphy's Feud: Bette and Joan -- about the infamous rivalry between actresses Joan Crawford and Bette Davis -- might be the perfect metaphor for the 69th annual Emmy Awards. Not only are the two lead actresses from the sumptuous...Show More Summary
At the start of the decade, following the fallout from the Great Depression in America, 1930s fashion as well as all other aspects of normality were profoundly changed. Almost overnight the vivaciousness of the 1920s fashion flapper disappeared, with a sophisticated and more conservative style becoming de rigueur. Show More Summary
If you thought the feud between Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) and Joan Crawford (Jessica Lange) was bad, just wait until you hear about the new feud between Olivia de Havilland and Ryan Murphy. Two-time Oscar winner Olivia de Havilland...Show More Summary
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How the FX miniseries re-created midcentury LA FX’s highly entertaining miniseries Feud: Bette and Joan centers on the decades-long animosity between silver screen icons Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, which escalated from a run-of-the-mill...Show More Summary
BBC Two has picked up Feud: Bette And Joan, Ryan Murphy's eight-part series about the legendary rivalry between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. The series was acquired from 20th Century Fox Television Distribution and is set to air on BBC Two later this year. Show More Summary
As embattled “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?” director Robert Aldrich, actor Alfred Molina faced off with Susan Sarandon’s Bette Davis, Jessica Lange’s Joan Crawford and Stanley Tucci’s studio head, Jack Warner, in some of “Feud’s” most crackling scenes. But the on-camera antagonism did not seep...
Oscar winner Susan Sarandon has been dogged by Bette Davis and her legacy for years. Sarandon, who played the eccentric cinematic icon in the FX series “Feud,” has been tapped to portray Davis multiple times and for many years, even through Davis herself. “Originally, she approached me through...
She's done Katharine Hepburn, now she's tackling Bette Davis.
Thanks to Ryan Murphy (American Horror Story, Scream Queens) and his recent, undoubtedly soon to be award-winning series, Feud: Bette and Joan, there’s been renewed interest in the life of the late, great, Bette Davis. She was a genuine Hollywood legend, an extinct breed to be sure. Davis managed to rack up 10 Academy Award nominations […]
Cate Blanchett is set to star in a stage adaptation of All About Eve! The 47-year-old Manifesto actress will take on the role of Margo Channing – made famous by Bette Davis in the 1950 film – in the play directed by Tony-winning director Ivo van Hove. (via Playbill) PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics [...]
(LiveActionNews) — In Hollywood, it’s not uncommon to hear of women pressured into having abortions under threat of losing their careers. Old Hollywood starlets like Jean Harlow, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Ava Gardner, and Judy Garland all had abortions, often due to pressure from the film studios with which they had contracts. Sadly, the same […]
In the finale of Feud: Bette and Joan, infamous rivals Joan Crawford and Bette Davis sweetly apologized to each other–a scene that apparently never happened in real life. The latest of Ryan Murphy's anthologies, Feud in this first season...Show More Summary
Anyone who initially tuned into Feud: Bette and Joan expecting a vicious catfight between a wire-hanger-tossing Joan Crawford and a head-kicking Bette Davis might be a little surprised at the...
All good things must come to an end. On Sunday night, Feud: Bette and Joan brought the story of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford's infamous rivalry to a close, with the FX anthology hit...
Have you ever had one of those moments when someone did something awful to you — like cut in line at Sweetgreen at lunch, dared to wear the same outfit to the office Christmas party, or broke up with you just before your birthday so he wouldn’t have to buy ... More »
As "Feud" comes to an end we look at what really happened to the real life Joan Crawford and Bette Davis and other Golden Age actresses like Joan Blondell, Rosalind Russell and others.
The nasty, tasty snakepit that is Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes has been irresistible to actors and audiences since Tallulah Bankhead chewed the Southern scenery in the play’s 1939 Broadway premiere and Bette Davis did the same in the 1941 film. Show More Summary
Of all the fascinating players—Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Bob Aldrich, Jack Warner— in the FX series Feud: Bette And Joan, only one is still alive. While Feud creator Ryan Murphy decided to respect the privacy of Olivia De Havilland,...Show More Summary
"Women now see other women as allies and understand that together we’re stronger; partly because our consciousness has changed but also because the power structure is no longer completely male," the actress tells THR. read more