'If you make a movie with a male star, everyone assumes you’re f***ing.If it’s a female star, everyone assumes you’re fighting.'So said Susan Sarandon almost 20 years ago, and it seems not much has changed.“She’s someone I love more than anyone I’ve ever been with, and that won’t change,” he said. Joan Crawford and Bette Davis: fierce, defiant women who ended up embroiled in one of the most infamous rivalries in all of Hollywood history, reaching a peak when the pair finally starred opposite each other in is, like all of Murphy's productions, a truly star-studded affair: with Catherine Zeta-Jones as Olivia de Havilland, Alfred Molina as director Robert Aldrich, Judy Davis as Hedda Hopper, Kathy Bates as Joan Blondell, and Murphy regular Sarah Paulson as Geraldine Page.Marina has previously written of how she and her older brother Pablito rarely saw their famous grandfather, and would have to wait for hours outside the gates to his home for a concierge to let them in.
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Famously private actress Susan Sarandon has broken her silence on her romance with a man 31 years her junior.
The 68-year-old star has remained tight-lipped about her relationship with 37-year-old screenwriter Jonathan Bricklin, with whom she runs the trendy SPi N ping-pong lounges.
The series will begin when Crawford and Davis first agree to star in “I wasn’t interested in just doing this broad, campy [show],” Murphy said.
“I was interested in the idea of sexism, ageism, misogyny.
“Our collaboration extends into several areas,” the Oscar-winning actress admitted in an interview with Hello! She was quick to add that the age gap is meaningless for a couple in love.