The late Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher will be celebrated with screenings of Singin’ in the Rain (1952) and Postcards From the Edge (1990), with family members Todd Fisher and Billie Lourd hosting chats at both screenings. Read More: // here
A special charity screening of Star Wars is set to take over The Vue Cinema in Southport to celebrate 40 years of the sci-fi franchise. On Thursday May 4 Star Wars fans are invited take part in the special event which was planned to remember the actors Carrie Fisher and Kenny Baker. Read More: // here
Carrie Fisher’s role in the third series of Channel 4 sitcom Catastrophe will be a “fitting tribute”, say its makers. Read More: // here
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“We will be celebrating their lives with friends, family members, and the people who loved them, you,” Todd Fisher writes of March memorial Read More: // here
The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Assn. announced Thursday winners of its annual Dorian Film Awards. “Moonlight,” Barry Jenkins’ Oscar-nominated tale about a young black boy in Miami growing up and grappling with his sexuality, led the pack with five awards. Also recognized were Damien Chazelle’s “La La Land,” Viola Davis and the late Carrie Fisher. Read More: // here
‘One of the most brilliant and hilarious minds of our eon’ Read More: // here
I first met Carrie at one of the big celebrity parties she used to throw with Penny Marshall for their October birthdays. I didn’t know her; I was there with a gaggle of other young women who were all “plus ones” of other people, and Carrie and Penny thought we were prostitutes — I was so excited. I had never been mistaken for a prostitute before! But we were allowed to stay. I talked to her a little bit — she had just had Billie, so I remember there was this tiny infant. Read More: // here
Every year, the Golden Globe Awards honor multi-generational Hollywood families by naming a daughter from an entertainment family as Miss Golden Globes.
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