At the event, executive producer Ryan Murphy said that the next season will focus on Princess Diana and Prince Charles‘ divorce.
“Charles and Diana’s story literally begins with filing the divorce papers. It’s about that pain of the dissolving of a fairy tale, particularly for Diana. It starts with the filing of divorce papers and takes you up until her death,” he said (via Deadline).
Olivia de Havilland – the only living star who is portrayed in the hit FX show – recently shared that she has no plans on watching the show about the rivalry between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. On Feud, Catherine plays Olivia.
“Having not seen the show, I cannot make a valid comment about it,” Olivia told The Hollywood Reporter. “However, in principle, I am opposed to any representation of personages who are no longer alive to judge the accuracy of any incident depicted as involving themselves.”
FYI: Jackie is wearing Nicole Miller.
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In Jessica Lange‘s new FX series Feud: Bette and Joan she plays Joan Crawford opposite Susan Sarandon as Bette Davis. The story centers around their feud while shooting What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? and after filming ended – but in real life, who is Jessica feuding with?
“I feud in my head with people. Like now, I’m carrying on a feud with Kellyanne Conway in my head,” the Academy Award winning actress revealed while making an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday (March 15) in New York City.
Jessica went on to refer to Kellyanne if she had been described to you via an agent for a script: “‘Your agent calls you, ‘You’ve been offered this part.’ One of the most important women in the government right now. She’s a counsel to the president. She’s a spokesperson. And then you pick up the — you read it, and you think they’ve got to be kidding,” Jessica said. “This is, like, are they — you know — here you’ve got a scene where you talk about alternative facts. You’ve got a scene where you, like, you know, imagine that, like, the microwave is turning into a camera. I mean, you go to the inauguration dressed as a nutcracker?’”
“Nobody is gonna take this character seriously, she’s a joke,” Jessica concluded.
Jessica Lange – ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’
In case you’re unfamiliar, Feud: Bette and Joan centers on the legendary rivalry between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.
FYI: Jessica is wearing a custom Christian Siriano gown. Susan is wearing a Max Mara cream suit. Catherine is wearing a Rhea Costa dress, Neil Lane jewels, and Olgana Paris shoes. Sarah is wearing a Vintage Valentino dress, Nicholas Kirkwood shoes, Jacob and Co earrings, and a Judith Lieber clutch. Kiernan is wearing an Oscar de la Renta outfit and Sophia Webster shoes.
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The first full-length trailer for the upcoming FX series Feud: Bette and Joan has finally arrived, and it gives us a deeper look at the feud between the legendary actresses!
The series stars Jessica Lange as Joan Crawford and Susan Sarandon as Bette Davis and the story centers around their feud while shooting What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? and after filming ended. It explores how the two endured ageism, sexism, and misogyny while struggling to hang on to their careers.
Catherine Zeta-Jones‘ new series Feud may revolve around the infamous rivalry between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, but she certainty doesn’t posses the same perspective as the legendary Oscar winners.
“I think their feud was out of fear and fear of losing what they had,” the 47-year-old actress expressed while attending the Feud: Tastemaker Dinner held at The Monkey Bar on Monday (February 13) in New York City (via Vogue).
“Today I feel like women should really hold onto one another and hold each other up, not push each other down. I’m a big fan of ‘there’s room for everybody’,” Catherine added. “There’s room and time and space and moments in life of ups and downs, but sometimes your moment is going to be much higher than mine. As women, I think we have to applaud it and support it and hold each other up.”