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Selma Blair Opens Up About Decades-Long Alcohol Addiction Starting at Age 7 and Multiple Rapes

Selma Blair hasn’t been shy about sharing details of her personal struggles, speaking publicly about her battle with multiple sclerosis since she was diagnosed in 2018, but she reveals new, shocking experiences from her past in her new memoir, Mean Baby. In the book, excerpts of which were published in People magazine on Wednesday, Blair […]

THR Talks: Selma Blair and James Lebrecht on the Growing Disability Rights Movement in Hollywood

In October 2018, Selma Blair posted to her Instagram: “I am disabled. I fall sometimes. I drop things. My memory is foggy,” she wrote. “And my left side is asking for directions from a broken GPS. But we are doing it.” It was her way of announcing her multiple sclerosis diagnosis, which she received in […]

“Keep Pushing Boundaries”: Jennifer Aniston and Selma Blair Honored at The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Event

The entertainment industry’s leading ladies gathered at Fairmont Century Plaza on Wednesday for the return of The Hollywood Reporter‘s annual Women in Entertainment event, presented by Lifetime. This year, the star-studded event — which coincided with the publication of THR’s annual Women in Entertainment Power 100 — honored Jennifer Aniston with the Sherry Lansing Leadership […]

“My Story Is but One of Many”: Selma Blair Advocates for Actors With Disabilities at Women in Entertainment Event

Selma Blair brought a packed ballroom to their feet Wednesday when she was honored with the Equity in Entertainment award at The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment gala presented by Lifetime, held at the Fairmont Century City hotel. Blair, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in August of 2018, has become an advocate for the […]

John Krasinski, Selma Blair and Marlee Matlin Set for Honors at Media Access Awards

The Media Access Awards has announced the honoree roster for the Nov. 17 virtual event. Hosted by Millicent Simonds and presented in partnership with Easterseals, the ceremony fetes “those individuals, series, and films that have redefined on-screen representation for the disability community, while advancing the portrayal and employment of people with disabilities in Hollywood.” Honorees […]

Selma Blair Reveals She “Was Told to Make Plans for Dying” in Trailer for ‘Introducing, Selma Blair’

After announcing her multiple sclerosis diagnosis in 2018, Selma Blair is giving viewers a more intimate and emotional look at her diagnosis and treatment in the first trailer for Introducing, Selma Blair. Directed by Rachel Fleit, a filmmaker with her own autoimmune disorder, the film documents the highs and lows of the actress’ shifting treatment […]

SXSW: ‘Introducing, Selma Blair’ Director on Documenting the Actress’ Multiple Sclerosis

"She talks a lot about how she was a supporting actress, but she's a star. It took this illness, honestly, for the world to have an opportunity to see it," says filmmaker Rachel Fleit.

‘Introducing, Selma Blair’: Film Review | SXSW 2021

Rachel Fleit directs a doc portrait of the actor's struggle with multiple sclerosis and her pursuit of a long and strenuous treatment for it.

Reese Witherspoon, Selma Blair, Luke Wilson and More Gather for ‘Legally Blonde’ Reunion, Ode to Elle Woods

Reese Witherspoon on Tuesday hosted a virtual Legally Blonde reunion on her Hello Sunshine YouTube channel, moderated by Saturday Night Live cast member Chloe Fineman. 

Selma Blair Unveils Shaved Head After Completing New Round of MS Treatment

Selma Blair on Thursday took to Instagram to celebrate completing a new round of treatment for her multiple sclerosis, while also showing off her newly shaved head.

Selma Blair Honored at Race to Erase MS Gala Hosted by Johnny Galecki

Hosted by Johnny Galecki, the Race to Erase MS Gala took place May 10 and honored actress Selma Blair for her bravery and strength.

The Stars of ‘Cruel Intentions’: Where Are They Now?

The drama 'Cruel Intentions' debuted in theaters 20 years ago. The film starred Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon.