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Jane Fonda Vows Not to “Stop Living” in Final Trailer for ‘Fifty Shades’-Centric ‘Book Club’

The film stars Fonda, Diane Keaton, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen as "mature" friends who read the erotic novel.

Gerald Ayres, Producer of ‘The Last Detail’ and ‘Cisco Pike,’ Dies at 82

He also wrote the Jodie Foster starrer 'Foxes' and the final film directed by George Cukor.

Lingua Franca, the Feminist Fashion Brand Hollywood Can’t Get Enough Of

Rachelle Hruska MacPherson's sweaters are the talk of the town.

AFM: Paramount Nabs Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen’s ‘Book Club’ for $10M

The studio has taken North American, U.K. and French rights to the comedy, with plans to release it wide in 2018.

‘Home Again’: Film Review

Reese Witherspoon stars as a newly single mother who gets involved with a younger man in 'Home Again,' the first film by Hallie Meyers-Shyer, daughter of Nancy Meyers.

Candice Bergen: Mary Tyler Moore “Opened the Door for Women Trying to Have a Career”

"I think for young girls growing up watching those characters on television, it gave them a sense of entitlement they didn't feel up until then that they had."

Candice Bergen to Star in ABC Comedy Pilot ‘Pearl’

She'll play the larger-than-life family matriarch in the comedy from 'Friends' grad Andrew Reich.

Ritch Brinkley, the Infatuated Cameraman on ‘Murphy Brown,’ Dies at 71

He also played William the Cook on another CBS series, 'Beauty and the Beast,' and was the captain in 'Cabin Boy.'

Spring Reading: The Next ‘Hunger Games’ and 10 Other New Books to Check Out

Tinseltown tales of love and regret, big-screen-ready history and more: They're ready for option or just enjoyment.

‘SNL’s’ Five-Timers Club: Alec Baldwin, Justin Timberlake Share Tales of Hosting Five (or More) Times

John Goodman admits to still being drunk the following morning, while Ben Affleck reflects on the show's cultural impact: "I would not be the same man if it were not for 'Dick in a Box.' " 'SNL': 14…

‘Love Letters’ Cut Short on Broadway

The two-character play with a rotating star cast had been scheduled to run through Feb. 15 but will now close Sunday