Barbara Stanwyck News
Why a Two-Time Oscar-Winner Still Takes Acting Classes
Jane Fonda appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" and talks about her newest film role in "Youth."
NY Fashion Week: Lauren, Kors, Simmons, Marchesa
Lauren embraced the American West, Marchesa took a journey in time and color, and Michael Kors had Rufus Wainwright singing 'Get Happy' as NY Fashion Week hit the final stretch
Michael Kors: Forget All Your Troubles, Get Happy!
Michael Kors delivers a cheery spring collection inspired by feminine strength
Madeleine Stowe: Scheming Vixen On-Screen, Philanthropist in Haiti Off-Screen
She plays the Queen of Mean in her latest role as Victoria Grayson on ABC's "Revenge," but off-camera, actress Madeleine Stowe is working to help children in Haiti get a fresh start. "If I had all the money in the world, I would know where it would go," Stowe said. "I know exactly where it would
Marilyn Monroe to Star Again?
In December, movie blogs buzzed with speculation that George Lucas would be bringing back to life dead stars to act in new movies. The rumor arose from comments made by former Lucas collaborator Mel Smith to London's Daily Mail. "He's been buying up the film rights to dead movie stars," said Smith
Cowgirl Vacation: A Women's Escape at a California Ranch
Wrangle a Herd of Faux Steer, Cook a Mean Rack of Ribs and Ride the Frontier
Book Excerpt: 'Stories From Candyland'
Candy Spelling is the matriarch of one of Hollywood's most prolific families and, now, has a few stories of her own to tell. This excerpt from "Stories From Candyland" was provided by the publisher to ABC News. Watch Elizabeth Vargas' interview with Candy Spelling Friday on "20/20" at 10 p.m. ET
Where Have All the Leading Ladies Gone?
It's that time of year again, when young men take over the seats and the screens at multiplexes around the country, and when film industry watchers ask and get asked whether it's time to perform the last rites for Hollywood's leading ladies. Despite the success of films such as "Sex and the
Hollywood's Real-Life Prince Charming
Robert Wagner on his films, loves and life in his memoir, "Piece of My Heart."