"I battled alcoholism and depression and anxiety," wrote "Legally Blonde" actress Selma Blair. "I am now winning that battle." Yet she's not being offered great roles.
Since her 2015 wedding, the star of "There's Something About Mary" and "Charlie's Angels" has pulled back from the spotlight. But is she retiring from showbiz? That's what her friend and "The Sweetest Thing" co-star Selma Blair said in a new interview.
Selma Blair and Rachel McAdams are the latest women to come forward with accusations of sexual harassment against director and screenwriter James Toback.
Classic Nicolas Cage movies have a moment when the actor erupts. Fans call such moments “Cage Rage.” In a movie that premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, he does it bigtime — with a sledgehammer.
The last time we saw red-hot lovers/demon warriors Hellboy and Liz Sherman at the end of 2008’s Hellboy II: The Golden Army, the duo were poised to embark on a whole new adventure: parenthood. Earlier this year, Mignola announced plans to reboot the film series originated onscreen by Guillermo del Toro, and starring Ron Perlman as the title creature. No Del Toro and no Perlman also means no Selma Blair, who played the B.R.P.D.’s resident firestarter Liz in the previous films.