Margaret Pellegrini, who played the flowerpot Munchkin in "The "Wizard of Oz," died Wednesday in Phoenix after suffering a stroke. She was 89.
Margaret Cho is toplining her own comedy again, this time on YouTube. The veteran comedienne, who rose to prominence on the ABC series “All American Girl” in 1994 for being the rare example of an…
Margaret Thatcher, who died Monday of a stroke, age 87, was one of the U.K.'s most politically divisive figures in recent history — and, as a result, was a media favorite. She became a pop-culture…
Helmer Nathan Adloff's unassuming debut effort, "Nate & Margaret," chronicles the unlikely friendship between a cheery 19-year-old gay film student and his neighbor, a dour 52-year-old…
Margaret O'Mahoney, an actress for three decades under the name Margaret Field and the mother of actress Sally Field, died Sunday, Nov. 6, at her home in Malibu after battling cancer for six years…
Six years of legal limbo and post-production hell have not been kind to Kenneth Lonergan's "Margaret," an angry, cacophonous storm of a movie.
The poorest decision pertaining to "Todd Margaret" was the one to greenlight it.
John Patrick Shanley's detailed portrayal of the Sisters of Charity in "Doubt" owes much to his technical adviser, Sr. Margaret McEntee, S.C., formerly known as Sister James.
With "S-E-X" spelled out in 3-foot-high lights at the side of the stage of the fabulously funky Zipper Factory, there's no need to wonder what "The Sensuous Woman" is about.
Margaret Cho toplines burlesque and variety show "The Sensuous Woman" for four weeks this fall at Off Broadway's Zipper Theater.
But the surprising strength of "Margaret's Museum" is due to Ransen's ability to transform this downer of a topic into a moving, funny pic that's actually quite uplifting for most of its running time.