Glenn Close

Glenn Close won’t film in states who pass anti-abortion laws

Glenn Close won’t film in states who pass anti-abortion laws

Glenn Close has vowed to never film in states that have strict anti-abortion laws. The ‘Wife’ star is speaking out in support of those fighting against new American abortion laws, which would see the outlaw of most terminations once "a fetal heartbeat" is detected, a development that usually occurs at around six weeks. She wrote on Instagram: "Me with one of my best, hig... »

Glenn Close praises Robert Redford for moving essay

Glenn Close praises Robert Redford for moving essay

Glenn Close says Robert Redford’s essay about her "meant the world" to her. The ‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’ actor penned a touching editorial about his close friend Glenn when she was honoured on Time magazine’s list of the 100 Most Influential People earlier this month, and the actress has now said she couldn’t be happier with Robert’s kind w... »

Celine Dion: Lady Gaga’s legacy reaches well beyond show business

Celine Dion: Lady Gaga’s legacy reaches well beyond show business

Celine Dion believes Lady Gaga’s "legacy reaches well beyond show business". The ‘Because You Loved Me’ hitmaker has penned an impassioned profile about the ‘A Star Is Born’ star for TIME magazine, after she made the publication’s 100 Most Influential People in the World for 2019 list. The 51-year-old superstar heaped praise on the 33-year-old singer-a... »

Taylor Swift, BTS, Ariana Grande among TIME Most Influential

Taylor Swift, BTS, Ariana Grande among TIME Most Influential

Taylor Swift, BTS, Rami Malek, Ariana Grande and Chrissy Teigen are among TIME magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World for 2019. The publication has revealed its annual list and a host of famous faces from the world of showbiz have featured, including Emilia Clarke, Lady Gaga, Brie Larson, Sandra Oh, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Regina King, Mahershala Ali, Yalitza Apar... »

Glenn Close, Anne Hathaway, Dua Lipa and more react to Notre-Dame fire

Glenn Close, Anne Hathaway, Dua Lipa and more react to Notre-Dame fire

Glenn Close, Anne Hathaway, Dua Lipa, Ellie Goulding and Maisie Williams are among the stars to share their devastation at Notre-Dame Cathedral burning down. The historical landmark in Paris, France, went up in flames on Monday (15.04.19) evening, consuming the roof and causing its towering spire to collapse. Glenn – who filmed in Paris in May 2002 – took to Instagram to share her own ... »

Olivia Colman says it’s ‘stressful’ winning Best Actress Oscar

Olivia Colman says it’s ‘stressful’ winning Best Actress Oscar

Olivia Colman found it "stressful" to be named Best Actress at the Oscars on Sunday (24.02.19). The 42-year-old actress was overwhelmed with emotion and appeared genuinely stunned as she picked up the Actress in a Leading Role honour for her portrayal of Queen Anne in ‘The Favourite’ – and joked it’s not an achievement she’ll ever repeat. She took to the sta... »

Bing predicts Roma will win Best Picture Oscar

Bing predicts Roma will win Best Picture Oscar

Bing has predicted that ‘Roma’ will win the Best Picture Oscar. The Microsoft search engine has used its intelligent predicts algorithm to forecast the winners at this weekend’s Academy Awards and following its calculations it was declared the Netflix film, directed by Alfonso Cuaron and starring Yalitza Aparicio, as the favorite to win the statuette with a 23 per cent chance. &#... »

Glenn Close ‘trying to stay calm’ ahead of Oscars

Glenn Close ‘trying to stay calm’ ahead of Oscars

Glenn Close is "trying to stay calm" during the lead up to the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday (24.02.19). The 71-year-old Hollywood legend is up for Best Actress for her role in ‘The Wife’ at the upcoming ceremony, her seventh nomination and the one she is hoping to end her losing streak with. Close is looking forward to attending the Oscars and she is trying not to think abou... »

Glenn Close doesn’t want to win a ‘pity Oscar’

Glenn Close doesn’t want to win a ‘pity Oscar’

Glenn Close doesn’t want to win a "pity Oscar" at this year’s Academy Awards. The 71-year-old actress is up for Best Actress for her role in ‘The Wife’ at the upcoming ceremony, and throughout her four decade spanning career she has been nominated seven times without winning one. Although she would love to take home one of the golden statuettes, Close doesn’... »

Glenn Close loved sharing The Wife role with her daughter

Glenn Close loved sharing The Wife role with her daughter

Glenn Close found it "very special" to share her role in ‘The Wife’ with her daughter. The 71-year-old actress has won praise for her portrayal of Joan Castleman in the movie, and she was very proud with the work her daughter Annie Maude Starke put into playing the younger version of the character. She told Closer magazine: "It was very special, because she really had to... »

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