Dec
19

Actors Emily Blunt, James Corden, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine, Meryl Streep, Tracey Ullman and Christine Baranski speak onstage during the ‘Into the Woods’ All Guild Q & A at AMPAS Samuel Goldwyn Theater on December 18, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California.



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Public Appereances > Events 2014 > ‘Into The Woods’ Cast Gathers For An All Guild Q&A

Dec
17

The cast of Into The Woods promoted the movie with a group shoot I’ve got in HQ and added to the gallery.



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Studio Photoshoots > Session 019

Dec
13

“Good Wife” star Christine Baranski opened up for the first time about the death of her husband,Matthew Cowles, who passed away last May at 69. Cowles was an actor best known for his role as Billy Clyde Tuggle on “All My Children.”

“It’s been a tough year,” Baranski told Variety at the world premiere of her film “Into the Woods” on Monday night. “I lost extraordinary people in my life, but I have a beautiful grandson, my wonderful ‘Good Wife’ colleagues and the beautiful people associated with the film here tonight.”

Baranksi plays Cinderella’s stepmother in the Rob Marshall adaptation based on the Stephen Sondheim musical.

“The real challenge when you do a Sondheim musical is first and foremost singing the score,” Baranski said. “You got to hit the pitches, the rhythms and the harmonies. I would practice going up and down the stairwell of the ‘Good Wife,’ and all my colleagues, especially Julianna [Margulies], knew all the music because the acoustics in the stairwell sounded like a good shower.”

“Into the Woods” opens on Christmas Day.

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Dec
13

Thanks to Chanel I’ve added one HQ still of Christine from TGW.


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Tv-Series > The Good Wife > Season 6 > Episodic Stills > 6×11 – Hail Mary

Dec
10



Ursula and Princess Jasmine tried to get their Kardashian on, and they’re in good company: Apparently Cinderella’s evil stepsisters and wicked stepmother also got their inspiration from Kim, Kourtney and Khloé!
At least, that’s what Into the Woods star Christine Baranski said earlier this year, telling the Daily News, “The stepfamily is musicalized and we conceived of them, of course, as the fairy-tale Kardashians.”
“They have a lot of money, the taste is over-the-top and they’re ambitious and clawing and would have their own reality show if they could,” she clarified. “You’ll feel who these people are in terms of contemporary culture. It was great fun to do.”

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