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Dominic Burgess Joins ‘Linda From HR’; Tony Rock In ‘Living Biblically’

Dominic Burgess (Feud: Bette and Joan) is set for a series-regular role opposite Lauren Graham on Fox's single-camera comedy pilot Linda From HR. Written by Geoff Barbanell and Itai Grunfeld and directed by Marc Buckland, Linda From HR centers on the eponymous heroine, Linda Plugh (Graham). Show More Summary

Heed 'Feud's' warning: Hollywood has always found ways to stay white and male

I know Ryan Murphy's latest anthology series, "Feud," is supposed to be about what pain leads people to do to each other: in this case, what the agonies of Hollywood sexism did to deform Joan Crawford's (Jessica Lange) and Bette Davis's (Susan Sarandon) characters, and what they did to each other...

Why Female-Led Projects Like Feud and Jackie Are Unfairly Labeled Camp

This article originally appeared in Vulture. With his latest FX anthology series, Feud, showrunner and television powerhouse Ryan Murphy sets an ambitious goal: to wrest Hollywood icons Bette Davis and Joan Crawford from the camp spectacles their legends have morphed into. Show More Summary

Feud: Bette and Joan S01E04 “More, or Less” Review

Episode four of Feud, titled More, or Less, is about how people deal with success, and how success deals with people. The post Feud: Bette and Joan S01E04 “More, or Less” Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.

Great Job, Internet!: Yes, that Bette Davis musical performance in last night’s Feud actually happened

One of the most amazing standouts in a series full of them like Feud is Susan Sarandon’s performance as Bette Davis. It’s a portrayal that zooms far past imitation to become a reverent and spot-on interpretation. Sarandon possesses the...Show More Summary

Feud, What Feud? Shocking Truth About Bette And Joan — They Were Friends!

For decades, Hollywood has fueled the flames of rumors that legendary actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford were bitter rivals, but the two silver-screen heavyweights were actually bosom buddies! That… READ ON

'Feud: Bette and Joan' Recap: How to Succeed (as a Woman) in Hollywood

The filming of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? is over but the feud between Bette and Joan is just beginning. Bette and Joan don't share the screen much in "More, or Less." In fact, they don't share it all outside of one drunken phone conversation. Show More Summary

Fact-Checking Feud: Bette and Joan Episode 4: Please Do Not Refer to Joan Crawford as an "Old Broad"

Whatever happened to Baby Jane? She became a hit. Her sister on the other hand? She didn't handle success very well. At least that's what viewers learned from Feud: Bette and...

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What “Feud” Misses About Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, and the Art of Movies

It takes a big emotional life to be even a passable actor, and an enormous one to be a great one. Actors go beyond ordinary experience and ordinary norms in order to embody a vast range of possible lives; to play villains and lovers takes ruthlessness and lust. Show More Summary

How FX Juggles Scheduling All 3 of Ryan Murphy’s Hit Anthology Series

As Ryan Murphy's latest anthology series for FX, Feud: Bette and Joan, hits the halfway mark on Sunday, the network is determining its future scheduling plans for all of its anthology series from the prolific producer. The network is now airing three separate anthology series--which each focus on a new subject each season--from Murphy: American...

Why This Is Feud’s Best Bette and Joan Scene to Date

Halfway through her second autobiography, 1987’s This ’N That, actress Bette Davis addressed her so-called rivalry with fellow classic Hollywood legend Joan Crawford, writing, “Feud is a Hollywood word, a wildly overused Hollywood word. Did Bette Davis and Joan Crawford ever feud during the filming of [What Ever Happened to] ... More »

The Front Row: “Autumn Leaves”

The crucial backstory to “Feud,” Ryan Murphy’s miniseries about the frenemosity between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis during the making of “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?” is Crawford’s prior work with that film’s director, Robert Aldrich, on “Autumn Leaves,” from 1956, which I discuss in this clip.

Feud: Bette and Joan S01E03 “Mommie Dearest” Review

Feud: Bette and Joan episode three, titled Mommie Dearest, isn’t playing coy when it comes to the themes of its episodes. The post Feud: Bette and Joan S01E03 “Mommie Dearest” Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.

A Deeper Look At ‘Mommie Dearest’ On ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’ – RECAP

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Well, that’s a wrap! Not on all of the premiere season of Feud: Bette and Joan, but at least on the filming of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? We’re just three episodes in, and Bette’s and Joan’s days together on set are done, but their rivalr… Read The post A Deeper Look At ‘Mommie Dearest’ On ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’ – RECAP appeared first on Towleroad.

'Feud: Bette and Joan' Recap: Why Does Joan Grow Jealous of Bette's Entire Life?

In an annoying repeat from the previous episode of Feud: Bette and Joan, Joan and Bette start "Mommie Dearest" by getting along quite well with one another, only to have things come crashing down. In the episode, as the name implies, they bond about being single mothers in Hollywood. Show More Summary

Feud Recap: Ain’t That a Kick in the Head

“The only real legacy is children,” Bette tells Victor, as her costar lavishes praise upon the star he so admires for both her work and embracing the gay community. It’s a new insight into what makes Bette Davis tick, and plays into the episode’s theme. In “Mommie Dearest,” a new ... More »

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