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March 22nd’s Blu-ray and DVD releases are an eclectic bunch, featuring a handful of cult classics, a thriller with the likes of Val Kilmer and Michael Madsen, Goth Katie Holmes fighting against the oppressive nature of her educational system, cowboys taking on prehistoric creatures, and a special edition of Fear the Walking Dead’s inaugural season. Yes, there’s truly something for almost every genre fan.
Notable home entertainment releases arriving this Tuesday include Disturbing Behavior (from The X-Files alum David Nutter), The Black Sleep, Donovan’s Brain, Kill Me Again, All Hell Breaks Loose, Curse of the Poltergeist, Cowboys vs. Dinosaurs, and as mentioned above, Fear The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season Special Edition.
- Heather Wixson
Former First Lady and theater and film actress Nancy Reagan passed away earlier today at her home in Los Angeles, at the age of 94. Deadline confirmed the news with her spokesperson, Joanne Drake, who revealed she passed from congestive heart failure. Nancy Reagan will be buried alongside her husband, former U.S. President Ronald Reagan, at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, California.
Born Anne Frances Robbins on July 6, 1921 in New York City, Nancy Reagan started performing on the East Coast in summer stock productions after graduating from Smith College in 1943. After making her Broadway debut in Lute Song opposite Yul Brynner and Mary Martin, she got a Hollywood screen test, but it has been rumored that director George Cukor said she had no talent, which he passed along to several studio heads. Regardless, she landed roles in the 1949 film East Side, West Side and had »
Nancy Reagan, the actress-turned-first lady who led the “Just Say No” anti-drug campaign of the 1980s and kept working to prevent drug abuse after leaving the White House, has died of congestive heart failure. She was 94 years old. Born Anne Frances Robbins, the wife of President Ronald Reagan starred in films such as “Night Into Morning” (1951) and “Hellcats of the Navy” (1957), in which she appeared with her husband. According to a statement from a Reagan Foundation spokesperson, Mrs. Reagan will be interred beside the president at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. Also Read: Bill O'Reilly's 'Killing. »
- Jordan Burchette
Former first lady Nancy Reagan, who as an aspiring actress married affable leading man Ronald Reagan, and then offered her unfailing support and Hollywood style as his unlikely political career took them to the Sacramento’s governor’s mansion and then all the way to the White House, has died. She was 94.
A family spokesperson told CBS that Reagan died Sunday in her Los Angeles home of congestive heart failure.
Reagan had a reputation as her husband’s greatest protector, whether regarding publicity or public policy, but she won public admiration as she took on the role of caregiver as he faced the onset of Alzheimer’s disease in the last 10 years of his life.
Nancy Davis was an actress under contract with MGM in 1949 when she first met Reagan, then president of the Screen Actors Guild, and asked for his help in clearing her name after it mistakenly appeared »
- Ted Johnson
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