Glenn Close is returning to theater after more than 15 years – and it won’t be in a musical.
I am planning a play in the fall, Close said in an interview Monday at the Sundance Film Festival, where she’s promoting the film Low Down.
The 66-year-old actress wouldn’t say what play she’s joining in advance of the official announcement.
I’m not sure what the producer’s plan is. I think he might want more of a cast before, Close said.
The most interesting man in the world is helping a Vermont-based company raise money to fight cancer in dogs.
Jonathan Goldsmith is a Manchester resident made famous by his role in the Dos Equis beer commercials. But he’s also a dog lover hoping to raise funds for the Denver-based Morris Animal Foundation, which promotes veterinary research for companion animals, horses and wildlife.
Lohan plans film
Lindsay Lohan is attending her first Sundance Film Festival.
The 27-year-old came to the independent cinema showcase Monday to announce that she will produce and star in a film called Inconceivable that is set to start shooting in March.
She described the film as a psychological thriller about a woman trying to reclaim something she lost. No director or co-stars has been announced.
A crew from OWN, which is airing a reality series about Lohan, filmed the actress’s news conference. Reporters were told that if they asked personal questions, they would be escorted out.
The top five movies from the four-day holiday weekend box office:
1. Ride Along, $48.6 million
2. Lone Survivor, $25.9 million
3. The Nut Job, $25.7 million
4. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, $18 million
5. Frozen, $16.1 million
Among celebrity birthdays today: Actress Piper Laurie is 82. Actor Seymour Cassel is 79. Actor John Hurt is 74. Singer Steve Perry is 65. Actress Linda Blair is 55. Actress Diane Lane is 49. Country singer Regina Nicks is 49. Rap DJ-actor Jazzy Jeff is 49. Actor Balthazar Getty is 39. Singer Willa Ford is 33. Actress Beverley Mitchell is 33. Actress-singer Phoebe Strole is 21.