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"Unfortunately, I didn’t think there was ever an understanding about how dangerous some of the things that were introduced to her [were]," Renée Zellweger says about Judy Garland's experience making "The Wizard of Oz."
Judy Garland's daughter has said that she will not be watching the new movie Judy, the forthcoming biopic of her mother starring Renee Zellweger.
Renée Zellweger has continued to speak about the 'international humiliation' she suffered after it was claimed that she'd had cosmetic surgery.
The star of Netflix’s "What/If," opened up in the August/September issue of "AARP The Magazine" about waitressing at a so-called jiggle joint, Sugar’s, in Austin while attending UT to help pay the bills.
Liza Minnelli says she does "not approve nor sanction" the upcoming film about her mother, Judy Garland, "in any way."
Hollywood loves to cast illustrious stars as famous historical figures, even though it doesn’t always care if the former necessarily resembles the latter (see, for instance, 2015’s Steve Jobs, in which Michael Fassbender doesn’t look much like the Apple visionary). That’s most definitely not the case with the upcoming biopic Judy, in which Renée Zellweger will step into the legendary shoes of Judy Garland — a role that, as proven by today’s first photo from the production, will benefit from the fact that Zellweger is nearly indistinguishable from the cinematic icon. Inspired by that stunning snapshot’s debut, we’ve compiled a rundown of the finest instances of actors becoming the spitting image of their real-life artist and politician characters.