Sex and the City feud: Kim Cattrall lashes out at Sarah Jessica Parker after brother’s death

Last week Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall announced on Instagram that her 55-year-old brother Chris Cattrall had passed away. The actress had previously posted that her brother was missing and asked for help finding him.

A bitter, long-term feud, with SATC co-star Sarah Jessica Parker came to a head on this devastating post when SJP reached out in the comment section. “Dearest Kim, my love and condolences to you and yours and Godspeed to your beloved brother. Xx,” she wrote. Cattrall’s response revealed bitter feelings between the two than spans possible decades.

Johnny Manziel NFL Comeback? New interview tackles overcoming alcohol abuse and depression

Johnny Manziel comeback

Disgraced former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel sat down with Good Morning America in an interview airing Monday morning to discuss his unhealthy relationship to alcohol and how the highs and lows of his often public benders led to his life spiraling out of control. Manziel is now speaking out about how alcohol led to worsening depression and how he’s making steps to turn his life around.

The Gone Girl movie has a completely different ending than the book

One problem when one of your favorite books get adapted into a movie is that you already know how it’s going to end. Another problem is that 99% of the time, the book was better, but it’s always hard to cram the complexities of a novel into a 2-hour acted-out narrative. David Fincher and Gillian Flynn have circumvented the first problem by changing the ending of Gone Girl for the big screen. How much did they change?

Ellar Coltrane then and now: The Boyhood star filmed a movie over the course of 12 years

Director Richard Linklater’s Boyhood has been a 12-year labor of love that’s mostly a study in the passage of time and how delicate life really is. With Linklater’s Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, and Before Midnight we’ve watched Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy age over the span of 20 years, but watching a child grow up in a single film is a different thing altogether. “It almost isn’t even like a film at all,” Linklater told The Guardian. “It’s somewhere between summer camp and an art project. It’s like a time sculpture.”