12:14 PM EDT 09/23/2015
Originally posted 09/22/2015 04:30PM
Twenty years ago this week, Showgirls flopped at the box office. And we're talking a big-time fail here: After promotion as the ultimate exercise in cinematic eroticism, critics panned it and audiences largely opted not to pay to see the infamously NC-17 spectacle. But two decades later, the movie isn't without its merits.
Originally posted 04/28/2014 08:30PM
Molly Sims, Sharon Stone and more on looking half their age
Originally posted 10/05/2013 11:00AM
Gina Gershon has a wide, downturned mouth that can express disdain, arrogance and sexual mischief. She is never, ever boring.
Put her in a cascading wig of long blonde hair, get her to lower her voice to sound like an Italian-accented bassoon, and you have Donatella Versace.
Gershon plays the fashion legend, who survived the murder of her brother, Gianni, and a visit to rehab, in the Lifetime movie House of Versace, premiering Saturday, Oct. 5, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Originally posted 09/06/2013 09:45AM
Donatella Versace is no stranger to parody.
On Saturday Night Live, Maya Rudolph famously portrayed a chain-smoking, stumbling, mumbling version of the Italian designer who could scarcely be understood until she screamed her tagline, "Now get out!"
Gina Gershon now takes on the stormy blond fashion icon for the upcoming Lifetime original movie House of Versace, and the actress, 51, is looking the part.
Gershon emanates Versace with her faraway gaze and signature pout, which the actress perfected by stuffing a bit of cotton under her upper lip.
Originally posted 10/24/2012 09:00AM
Gina Gershon was willing to do anything to get her loved one back.
And she means anything. When the actress lost her cat Cleo, she combed the streets of Los Angeles – and much more – to find the missing feline.
Gershon details her desperate measures in an "almost totally true" memoir, In Search of Cleo: How I Found My Pussy and Lost My Mind, out this month.
Originally posted 03/12/2012 03:00PM
When it's playtime in the McConaughey household, Dad is all in – and Matthew McConaughey says that it makes him better at his acting job.
"It is more fun, because the kids remind you to play make believe every day," the 2005 Sexiest Man Alive and father of two tells PEOPLE.
"More things sound more fun to do, because the kids remind you to play make believe and that's what we are doing. If we do it well, we make you believe."
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