23 Feb 18

The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures from Grease 2. Take a look!

An English student at a 1960s American high school has to prove himself to the leader of a girls’ gang whose members can only date greasers.

17 Feb 18

Last year, Michelle Pfeiffer returned to movie screens with a supporting-performance one-two punch—in Mother! and Murder on the Orient Express. And this April, the three-time Oscar-nominated actress returns to proper leading-lady capacity in Where Is Kyra?, a poignant tragedy that devastated audiences at the Sundance Film Festival.

In the first trailer, shared exclusively with Vanity Fair, Pfeiffer stars as the titular Kyra, a middle-aged divorcee who seems to be psychically, emotionally, and financially drowning when she moves into her ailing mother’s Brooklyn apartment and attempts to regain control of her life. From Mother of George director Andrew Dosunmu and screenwriter Darci Picoult (based on a story by Dosunmu), Where Is Kyra? tracks Pfeiffer’s on-screen descent into the kind of inescapable economic crises plaguing too many real-life people. (Interestingly, Pfeiffer also portrayed the flip side of this coin not too long ago, as Ruth Madoff in HBO’s The Wizard of Lies.Kiefer Sutherland, Sam Robards, and Suzanne Shepherd co-star in the film, which opens on April 6.

At Sundance, Dosunmu told Variety that he was inspired to tell a story about “the invisibility of the elderly and the disenfranchised and how we try to avoid them” after living in New York, and walking past those people every day.

“A lot of people end up being there not because of their own fault but because of circumstances,” said Dosunmu. “Most people live one paycheck to another. What happens when you lose your job? You lose everything. That’s what happens to this character. She’s lost her husband. She’s lost her job. She’s lost her mom. And she’s just trying to survive.”

After Where Is Kyra?’s Sundance premiere, Variety declared “it a positive joy to see [Pfeiffer] playing a living, breathing, bruised human being—even if ‘joy’ is not a word likely to be re-used in any description of this sad, shattered character study.”

Last year, Pfeiffer publicly acknowledged her disappearance from Hollywood, explaining, “I’ve never lost my love for acting. I’m a more balanced person, honestly, when I’m working. But I was pretty careful about where I shot, how long I was away, whether or not it worked out with the kids’ schedule. And I got so picky that I was unhireable. And then . . . I don’t know, time just went on . . . I disappeared, yeah.”

After her kids grew older, Pfeiffer said, she was finally able to return to acting on her own terms.

“When the student is ready, the teacher appears. I’m more open now, my frame of mind, because I really want to work now, because I can. And these last few years I’ve had some really interesting opportunities.”


15 Feb 18

The gallery has been updated with screencaptures from the segment “Hospital” from 1987’s Amazon Women on the Moon. Take a look!

25 Jan 18

The gallery has been updated with over 700 HD screencaptures from “The Witches Of Eastwick” from 1987, alongside with Jack Nicholson, Cher and Susan Sarandon. Take a look!

Three small-town friends, Alexandra (Cher), Jane (Susan Sarandon) and Sukie (Michelle Pfeiffer), each having lost the man in their lives, are feeling unfulfilled — until a furtive stranger, Daryl Van Horne (Jack Nicholson), arrives and begins courting each of them in turn. Eventually, Daryl tells them that they are witches. But as the three friends spend more time at his mansion, enjoying themselves and learning about their powers, they begin to worry about Daryl’s ultimate intentions.

15 Jan 18

The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures from bluray disc of Dark Shadows, the 2012 movie by Tim Burton in which Michelle played Elizabeth Collins Stoddard, the patriarch of a family which is falling into pieces until the come back of an ancient relative.

In 18th-century Maine, Barnabas Collins (Johnny Depp) presides over the town of Collinsport. A rich and powerful playboy, Barnabas seals his own doom when he breaks the heart of a witch named Angelique (Eva Green). Angelique turns Barnabas into a vampire and buries him alive. Two centuries later, Barnabas escapes from his tomb and finds 1972 Collinsport a very different place. His once-grand estate has fallen into ruin, and the dysfunctional remnants of his family have fared little better.

08 Jan 18

Post-Golden Globe everyone will be talking about #WhyWeWearBlack and extraordinary movement with #TimesUp started and brought to the awards in support of all those who have a told or untold #MeToo story. Michelle was no exception. Nominated for the Golden Globe as Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for The Wizard of Lies, which she didn’t won in favor of Laura Dern for Big Little Lies, Michelle showed up with husband David E. Kelley (creator of winner series Big Little Lies) to the award in a Christian Dior Couture dress composed of a blazer and maxi skirt, and completed her look with a dark manicure as well. Simply stunning!
Take a look in the gallery for HQ photos and hopefully more will be added soon.