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Ryan Murphy Absolutely Loved Olivia de Havilland’s Delightfully Shady Email About Feud

22 April 2017 1:12 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Fans of Ryan Murphy‘s Feud: Bette and Joan have come to learn all about the tumultuous and tense relationship between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, including the infamous story behind the 1963 Oscars ceremony — in which non-nominee Crawford convinced eventual winner Anne Bancroft to allow her to accept the award on her behalf, leaving Crawford’s Whatever Happened to Baby Jane co-star Davis (who was actually nominated) out and in the cold and bested by her longtime rival.

It was a juicy plot point in the FX’s series. But did it actually go down like that?

To find out the truth, »

- Dave Quinn

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Olivia De Havilland Offers Some Curt Thoughts On Ryan Murphy’s ‘Feud’

19 April 2017 2:29 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

While the events covered in Ryan Murphy‘s “Feud” offer up some exciting and lurid television for fans of classic Hollywood, only one person portrayed in the FX miniseries is still alive to give a dissenting opinion. That would be two-time Academy Award-winning actress Olivia de Havilland (“The Heiress,” “To Each His Own“), played by Catherine Zeta-Jones in the series.

Continue reading Olivia De Havilland Offers Some Curt Thoughts On Ryan Murphy’s ‘Feud’ at The Playlist. »

- Matthew Monagle

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Terence Davies on ‘A Quiet Passion,’ Max Ophüls, and the Fleeting Nature of Happiness

12 April 2017 8:42 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Premiering at last year’s Berlin International Film Festival to rave reviews (including our own), Terence Davies’ A Quiet Passion tackles the life and work of America’s premier lady of letters, Emily Dickinson. Starring Cynthia Nixon as Dickinson, the drama pulsates with repressed creativity and bridled vitality, textured by Davies’s painterly, atmospheric touches that capture those aspects as well as the distinct domesticity of the Dickinson household. At last year’s New York Film Festival, I was able to sit down with highly esteemed British filmmaker and discuss what drew him to Emily Dickinson, the cruelty of talent being unrecognized within their lifetimes, and films that inspired him: William Wyler’s The Heiress and Max Ophüls’ Letter from an Unknown Woman. With the film now opening in limited release this Friday, read our full conversation below.

The Film Stage: What drew you to making this, not typical, biopic of Emily Dickinson’s life? »

- The Film Stage

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