I literally just screamed upon flipping through this week’s Entertainment Weekly when I found over a page devoted to Gillian Anderson!
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“There’s a picture of Blume with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, and another of her flanked by Theodor Seuss Geisel and Maurice Sendak. “I wanted to do what they did—write rhyming picture books,” explains Blume. Her early attempts, never published, are in a box in her New York City apartment, with a note to her children: “If you publish these after my death, I will come back and haunt you.”
“DANIELLE FISHEL: Ben and I call each other hubby and wife. I’ve known Ben since I was 12-years-old. Eighteen years of my life I’ve known Ben, and for all of those years he’s been lumped together with me as being my partner in crime, my husband. The same for Ben, he doesn’t go anywhere without people asking about Topanga and I don’t go anywhere without people asking about Cory. There is definitely a part of me that feels like Ben will always be my first husband. That’s just the relationship we have. You know we’re very close. We talk very openly. I think we share a lot of similar characteristics to a couple that’s been together for a long time. We know each other so incredibly well and we love each other and it’s just the best.”