Michelle Pfeiffer
"It's a grandpa I'd like to f**k," Lilly said of Michael Douglas.
"I don’t think anyone can come even close to that scene," Spears gushed on Instagram over Pfeiffer's Selina Kyle in the Tim Burton film.
In light of Matt Reeves decidedly dark "The Batman," Burton is also amused that his film was considered too grim.
We're left with a glitzy, star-studded, ill-defined viewpoint of what it means to be First Lady.
Don't count on Pfeiffer starring in "Big Little Lies" Season 3 if it ever happens.
Viola Davis plays Michelle Obama, while Michelle Pfeiffer shows Betty Ford's descent into alcoholism.
The Golden Globe nominee has spent four decades being "choosy," from the thrill of Catwoman to the unexpected shake-up of "Married to the Mob." As she tells IndieWire, her latest role exemplifies that adventurous bent.
The only regret the Oscar-nominated actress has is not getting a second chance to work with Jonathan Demme again.
Michelle Pfeiffer will star in the Showtime anthology series alongside Viola Davis, who will portray Michelle Obama.
Patrick deWitt adapts his own novel in the latest directorial effort from Azazel Jacobs.
This thin farce is worth it for Michelle Pfeiffer, who splits the difference between Selena Kyle and "The Real Housewives of New York."
In a light year for major Oscar contenders, Pfeiffer and co-star Lucas Hedges could squeak into awards contention.
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