The last film Roger Ebert filed a review for was also one that he enjoyed.
On April 6, two days after he died at age 70, Ebert's critique of Terrence Malick's "To the Wonder" was published to his website, Rogerebert.com.
As Britain's first and so far only female prime minister, Margaret Thatcher often found herself under the glare of showbiz lights.
Though she herself was not an actress.
Everyone laughed as Melissa McCarthy took a hard fall on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend - actually, make that "falls" - but thankfully she was in on the joke.
The comedic star once again proved to be one of "Saturday Night Live's" top hosts, opening the show with a monologue that prominently featured a pair of ridiculously high heels that parodied the footwear the typical actress is expected to don for public appearances.
[Note: This post may contain spoilers to the season six premiere of AMC's "Mad Men."]
In Sunday's return of "Mad Men," we see that Don Draper (Jon Hamm) hasn't changed - not even to grow some clearly en vogue sideburns, a la Pete Campbell. (Quipped Slate, "it's like he went to bed Charles Grodin and woke up Bert Reynolds.")
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