See what this Hollywood super star says about ageism in her business, what happens when a woman chooses family over career, how she created her own comeback and what she’s excited to do next in her Growing Bolder journey.
It’s never too late to achieve your dream, even if your dream is to direct a feature film. Just ask the filmmaker who is helming his first movie in his 80s!
What happens when we die? And given the choice between a joyful afterlife and an excruciatingly painful return to life, which would you choose? A film about hope, family and faith, 90 Minutes in Heaven stars Hayden Christensen and Kate Bosworth. It opens in theaters on September 11th, and all profits from the film will be donated to charities in the U.S. and around the world.
Unlike the movie Whiplash, a 100-year-old musical legend inspires next generation of musicians with discipline, encouragement and a $20 million dollar donation.
He’s an Emmy Award-winning journalist and TV host who walked away from one of the most high-profile jobs in television because he wanted something with more purpose and meaning. See how Mark Steines is finding balance in life again.
Hollywood siren Monica Lewis was an MGM star, toured the world entertaining the troops with Danny Kaye and even voiced Miss Chiquita Banana in commercials. Just before her death at 93, in one of her final interviews, she shared insightful and interesting stories from her early days in show business.
We fell in love with her when she played the sassy girlfriend in “White Men Can’t Jump,” but Rosie Perez tells us life just keeps getting better. Find out why she’s counting down the days to 50 and how she’s helping women rise above their challenges.
If you’ve been to the movies lately, you may have noticed a subtle — but huge — difference. Suddenly, the hottest actors on the screen are older than ever. Is this a fluke? A trend? Movie critic Jay Boyar explains the changing face of Hollywood.
He’s been starring on stage and on screen for 50 years, but Raymond Barry thinks he’s just getting started. We catch up with one of the most unusual, interesting and introspective actors you’ll ever meet.
Like many kids, Steve Latshaw dreamed of making movies when he grew up. But unlike other kids, it’s a dream he never gave up on. Now in his 50s, he’s just hitting his peak, working at a prolific pace writing screenplays and directing feature films.