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October 7, 2015


Jessica Lange Reveals That She Has a Tattoo on Her Bottom (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 5th 2011 6:15AM
Jessica Lange, 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson'After admiring Craig Ferguson's tattoo, 'The Late Late Show' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on CBS) host got Jessica Lange to admit that she did have a tattoo. While she wouldn't say exactly where it was, she used hand gestures to indicate that it's down around back.

Joking around, Ferguson said that he obviously didn't know exactly where it was, to which Lange responded coyly, "You don't know. You forgot I'm sure."

With a smile and a wink, she appeared to have him a bit flummoxed, if only momentarily, and that's no small accomplishment on this show.

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CBS has no love for big-star TV movies

by Allison Waldman, posted May 22nd 2008 4:23PM
WeedsYou think winning two Oscars would earn you some respect, right? What about a Tony and Emmy winner? No, apparently not -- in either case. Two high-profile TV movies which feature Jessica Lange and Mary-Louise Parker are being broadcast -- unceremoniously -- over the next three Saturday nights on CBS. Yes, they are essentially being dumped. The Nielsen numbers for programs on Saturday nights is next to nothing. By running Sybil and Vinegar Hill, these stars' respective films on that night of the week, CBS is showing no faith in them, let alone TV movies in general. I guess Hallmark Hall of Fame movies are the exception to the rule.

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Jessica Lange reviving Sybil for CBS

by Anna Johns, posted Jan 18th 2006 2:01PM
Jessica Lange and Tammy Blanchard, who is currently filming The Good Shepherd in Haiti with Matt Damon and Angelina Jolie, will star in the CBS remake of the 1976 NBC made-for-television movie, Sybil. Blanchard will play the title role, of a woman with multiple personality disorder. Lange will play her psychiatrist, who helps Sybil realize that years mental, physical and sexual abuse from her mother caused her emotional problems. Kinda sounds like an episode of Law and Order, doesn't it? I'm sure, in its day, the story was ground-breaking. I never saw the 1976 version, and I know I'm missing out on a lot of pop culture references because of it. The movie is based on the book of the same name which chronicled the real-life treatment of a woman from 1954-1965, who had 16 different personalities. The original version of the movie starred Joanne Woodward and Sally Field, who won an Emmy for the role. The screenwriter, Stewart Stern, also won an Emmy that year.

Filming of the remake begins next week in Nova Scotia. No air date is set.

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