Jessica Lange to return to ‘American Horror Story’
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Jessica Lange will return to "American Horror Story" in an episode directed by star Sarah Paulson during the show's upcoming season.
Paulson revealed the news at a TV critics meeting on Friday, saying Lange will reprise her role as Constance Langdon.
Lange was a four-time Emmy nominee for her work in the FX anthology series' first four seasons. She won Emmys in 2012 and 2014.
The benefit of the Healthy Kids Outreach Program in Douglas County schools was the topic on the Talking Health radio interview recently on News Radio 1240 KQEN.
Host Lisa Platt interviewed Trina McClure Gwaltney, the HKOP manager, Erin Miller, a health resource connection nurse, Kathy Bates with OSU Extension SNAP Education, Jody Perkins, a dental hygienist, Kim Ball, dental services liaison for HKOP and Becca Wareham, the facilitator for the Dental Learning Lab for HKOP.
TORRINGTON - In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the Goshen County AARP Community Action Gropu, in conjunction with the Goshen County Senior Friendship Center, invite the public to attend the movie “Midnight in Paris,” a romantic comedy as described by the New York Times.
Dec. 19, 1997: “The ship of dreams” steamed into America’s movie theaters with a crew of Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane and Kathy Bates.
Joan Rivers’ private letters published in new book
Joan Rivers wrote to Kathy Bates to console her after the actress was offended by one of her jokes.
The notoriously bitchy comedian - who died in 2014 at the age of 81 after suffering a heart attack during a routine medical procedure - rarely apologized for her acid tongue.
But fans will see a softer side to her in new book 'Joan Rivers Confidential', according to The New York Post newspaper.
What’s worse than a dumb stoner comedy?
A dumb stoner comedy with a howling laugh track.
And it’s from Chuck Lorre (“2 Broke Girls,” “Two and a Half Men”), master of all things crude and crass.
One suspects “Disjointed” is the comedy he’s wanted to make his entire life — not because of the drug material, but because having it on a streaming service such as Netflix allows him to drop so many s-bombs and f-bombs.
Profanity is often the first resort of those with nothing to say.
Kathy Bates was warned her cancer diagnoses could affect her career.
The 69-year-old actress has battled both ovarian and breast cancer in the past, and has admitted in 2003 when she was diagnosed with the ovarian strain of the disease, she was told to keep it a secret or she could risk losing out on job opportunities.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The cast of "American Horror Story" is opening up about rumors of a season of the series centered on President Donald Trump.
Series creator Ryan Murphy told Bravo's Andy Cohen last month that the seventh season of the FX drama would be focused on the presidential election and mentioned the possibility of a Trump character.
Several Douglas County 4-H and Family Community Health employees are recognized for their outstanding commitment to excellence at the 2017 4-H & FCH Spring Conference for their contributions to their programs through Oregon State University Extension. Either peers in Extension nominated individual candidates, or the employees submitted applications for review by a panel of peers.
Sometimes, being sophomoric, transgressive and unimaginative isn't enough.
That's the problem with "Bad Santa 2," the dismal sequel to the 2003 hit "Bad Santa" that merrily trashed the holiday season.
The three principals are back: Billy Bob Thornton as the drunken, ne'er-do-well Willie Soke, a department-store Santa; Tony Cox as hot-tempered, elfin Marcus; and Brett Kelly as the adult version of chubby, bullied Thurman Merman.
If your idea of fun is listening to Billy Bob Thornton and Kathy Bates exchange ridiculously lewd dialogue while playing mother and son, you may love “Bad Santa 2.” It’s very, very naughty and not nice at all, and it may be the perfect movie for the toxic moment.
‘Bad Santa 2’ isn’t hilariously transgressive; it’s just bad, period
Sometimes being sophomoric, transgressive and unimaginative isn’t enough. That’s the problem with “Bad Santa 2,” the dismal sequel to the 2003 hit “Bad Santa” that merrily trashed the holiday season.
The three principals are back: Billy Bob Thornton as the drunken, ne’er-do-well Willie Soke, a department-store Santa; Tony Cox as hot-tempered, elfin Marcus; and Brett Kelly as the adult version of chubby, bullied Thurman Merman.
Nov. 23Allied: Brad Pitt has a Marion Cotillard problem, onscreen and off. In the film, he’s a Canadian intelligence officer who falls for a French resistance fighter (the Oscar-winning Cotillard) who may also be working for the Germans in World War II. Off screen, reports surfaced of an alleged affair with his co-star that helped break up his marriage to Angelina Jolie Pitt (though other reports disputed it).Bad Santa 2: Sequel to the 2003 feel-bad holiday movie finally surfaces after nearly...
Mirren, Bates, Nyong’o share life lessons at Elle dinner
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Lupita Nyong'o, Helen Mirren and Kathy Bates shared life lessons with three generations of actresses at Elle magazine's Women in Hollywood awards.
Nyong'o discussed the value of mentoring. Bates highlighted the importance of humility. Mirren imparted general life tips such as "at the blackjack table, always split aces, eights and nines," and "ignore anyone who judges the way you look." She also vowed to become "the nastiest of all nasty women."