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Sarah Paulson, Anthony Mackie, Martin Freeman & Uzo Aduba Among Cast For Movie Version Of Pulitzer & Tony Winner ‘Clybourne Park’ — Cannes Market Hot Package

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Emmy winner Sarah Paulson (12 Years a Slave), Gotham Award winner Anthony Mackie (Captain America), BAFTA winner Martin Freeman (The Hobbit), and triple Emmy winner Uzo Aduba (Orange Is the New Black) will star in feature Clybourne Park, which is a hot package launching for the Cannes market. Bruce Norris’ adaptation of his incendiary Pulitzer-, Tony- and Olivier award-winning play about race and real estate in America will to be directed by Pam MacKinnon. The cast is also joined by Nick Robinson (Maid) and Hillary Baack (Sound of Metal). Tony Award winner MacKinnon, who makes her feature...

Glennon Doyle Says Sarah Paulson 'Was the Only Person' She Wanted to Play Her in Untamed Series

Glennon Doyle is thrilled to have actress Sarah Paulson play her in the upcoming TV adaptation of her bestselling memoir, Untamed. The author, 46, along with her wife Abby Wambach, spoke with PEOPLE about the casting for the show, which is in the works with J.J. Abrams's Bad Robot Productions, and how her shortlist for who could portray her was, indeed, very short.

The Big Break: Sarah Paulson Made Film Debut in ‘Levitation’ 25 Years Ago

Click here to read the full article. Happy Anniversary — well, sort of “happy” — to Sarah Paulson, since it’s exactly 25 years since Variety ran a review of her feature film debut, “Levitation.” In the indie, she plays a pregnant teenager. Critic Leonard Klady on April 14, 1997, said it was a grim saga with “a strong cast” who were “not ably supported by the script.” It’s not the most promising debut and the film was quickly forgotten, but Paulson continued to work. Like many New York actors, she worked on stage and made her TV debut in a 1994 “Law...
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Sylvester Stallone, Sarah Paulson and more send support to Bruce Willis

Sylvester Stallone has sent prayers to Bruce Willis and his family following his aphasia diagnosis. The 75-year-old actor was one of many famous faces to offer support to his 'Expendables' co-star after his loved ones announced he is stepping away from acting due to the degenerative brain condition, which affects communication and comprehension.