Susan Sarandon came out during Nathan Fielder's interview as his "backup guest" on "Conan." She sat next to him and didn't say a word the entire time she was on the couch.
Second green- and red-band trailers for raunchy comedy 'A Bad Moms Christmas,' a holiday sequel again starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn
Fun and clever, with serious things to say about sexism and ageism, "Feud: Bette and Joan" chronicles the corrosive relationship between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford during and after the making of the 1962 film "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange are excellent as Davis and Crawford, respectively, in "Feud," the latest FX anthology series from writer-producer-director Ryan Murphy ("American Horror Story," "American Crime Story"). If you’re not familiar with the old movie on which this feud is founded, Baby Jane was conceived as a garish B-movie designed to trade on the fading wattage of Davis and Crawford — audiences got off on the spectacle of seeing these one-upon-a-time-glamorous stars lower themselves into the muck of a melodrama about sisters squabbling over their own faded youth and dashed dreams.
FEUD: Bette and Joan, the first installment of the new FX anthology series from Ryan Murphy, tells the story of the legendary rivalry between Joan Crawford (Jessica Lange) and Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) during their collaboration on the Academy Award®-nominated thriller What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? and well after the cameras stopped rolling. The series explores how the two women endured ageism, sexism, and misogyny while struggling to hang on to success and fame in the twilight of their careers. FEUD: Bette and Joan premieres Sunday, March 5 at 10 p.m. on FX.
Susan Sarandon, the great actor and less-great political analyst-activist, appeared last night on MSNBC’s All In With Chris Hayes and proceeded to give the kind of interview that not only makes Fox News fans more confident in their contempt for liberals, but also leaves people like me — a fan of Sarandon as an artist — reconsidering who to root for her when she plays Bette Davis versus Jessica Lange’s Joan Crawford in the upcoming FX whoop-de-doo Feud. You may recall that Sarandon was a huge Bernie Sanders supporter and an aggressive anti-Hillary Clinton proponent. “Can you look me in the eyes and say, 24 days into the Trump administration, ‘This is what I expected it to be’?” asked Hayes.
Sometimes stars prove to be their own biggest fans. Not only do they pose with their likeness (twinning!), they have someone take their photo while they’re doing it, and then share it with their millions of followers. You can’t say they don’t have healthy egos! See the photos…
Ryan Reynolds, Lupita Nyong'o, 'Sausage Party,' and a dozen more that probably will see their Academy Award chances end tomorrow — but it'd be very satisfying if their fine work defied the odds and was recognized
Shailene Woodley, Mark Ruffalo, and Solange Knowles are among those praising the latest decision. On Sunday, the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers announced that it was not approving an easement needed to permit the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota, and it didn’t take long for social media to sparkle with joyful postings in honor of the news. Shailene Woodley was one of the earliest and most devout celebrity critics of the pipeline (which protesters argued would have compromised both sacred sites and drinking water by crossing Lake Oahe — the main water source for the Standing Rock Sioux reservation), so it was no surprise that she was elated to hear the news.
Hear that? It’s either your neighbors popping fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July, or it's one of these celebs showing off their feisty personalities and making the world a little more colorful. (Illustration: Daniel Miller/Imma Almourzaeva)
The Thelma & Louise star appeared onstage shortly after the Avatar actress at an event and said: “Sigourney has left, but seriously, we are not the same person.”
Thelma & Louise is one of the most enduring films of the early 90’s. Ridley Scott’s crime adventure will always be remembered for its feminist message, strong chemistry between stars Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis, and fun dialogue. Monroe, who plays Lorelei, a proud gold digger, engaged to the wealthy, yet nerdy, Gus. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes is available to rent on Amazon.
It’s a sad day for Susan Sarandon and her family as they grieve the sudden death of her younger brother, Terry Tomalin.
On The Late Late Show, James Corden and Susan Sarandon played competitive pingpong against two kids in a segment titled Titans of Table Tennis.
On Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kate Winslet showed just how much fun she has at awards shows. Jimmy presented a photo of her at the SAG Awards, grabbing Susan Sarandon’s chest. Jimmy questioned, “Did you ask first?” She said, “No, of course not. I was just like ‘Hi, Susan.’” She then mimicked reaching for Susan Sarandon. She added, “I think I might have even felt Kristen Wiig’s butt or something.”
It’s been 24 years since Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis drove off a cliff in Thelma and Louise, but on The Late Late Show, Susan and host James Corden revealed to the world three explosive alternate endings to the iconic film. "Well, this is taking longer than I thought," James Corden says casually as the two fly across the Grand Canyon for what feels like forever. The endings are all fun scenarios to consider, but most of them end the same, with James and Susan smashing into the canyon floor.