Penny Marshall loved her brother so much that she set up her final arrangements to ensure she stayed by his side for eternity. According to Marshall's 2013 will, obtained by The Blast, the "Big" director requested that her remains were cremated, and that she "shall be interred in a plot owned by my brother, Garry […]The post Penny Marshall's Will: Wanted Final Resting Place to Be With Brother, Garry Marshall appeared first on The Blast.
The "Big" and "A League of Their Own" director had a call Dec. 17, the day she died, to discuss the Dennis Rodman documentary she had been working on since 2012.
Acclaimed actress and director Penny Marshall, who directed 'Big' and 'A League of Their Own,' died on Dec. 17 at age 75
Tributes are pouring in for Penny Marshall following news of her death.
"She passed away from complications from diabetes," her publicist,Michelle Bega, told the New York Daily News.
Thirty years later, David Moscow says he can see mannerisms Tom Hanks took from him for his Oscar-nominated "Big" role.
On Thursday’s "The Late Show," Tom Selleck was visited by a blast from his past. It wasn’t his Ferrari from "Magnum P.I.," it was footage from a commercial that he shot for a soap company before he was famous.
Enough with the studios like 20th Century Fox, Sony, Paramount, and the Weinstein Company, none of which put out even a single film this year that was directed by a woman. Enough with the executives who would rather hand a lucrative blockbuster to a man who’s never made a movie before (like Seth Grahame-Smith, the novice director recently picked by Warner Bros. to direct a big-budget adaptation of The Flash) than a woman who has.