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The Rocky Horror Picture Show - Clips

Brad and Janet are a young, innocent couple who find themselves stranded in a storm in the middle of nowhere. They come across an eerie castle where they decide to go and ask for a phone, but are instead greeted by some unusual looking staff, a large party of eccentrically dressed guests and a formidable host wearing women's lingerie named Dr. Frank N. Furter. He's not just any transvestite, however, Frank is a pioneering scientist who has created a human life named Rocky, but he's also the most dangerous and insane man they could've come across - prone to jealous rages and unwilling to treat anyone like anything other than his playthings. When the couple are forced to spend the night, it's all they can do to resist the seductive charms of their host, and avoid running into his sadistic servants.

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2015 Toronto International Film Festival

Susan Sarandon - The Meddler premiere at the Princess of Wales Theatre during the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. - Toronto, Canada - Monday 14th September 2015

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About Ray Trailer

Ray is, in many ways, a regular New York teenager who enjoys skating, goes to school and is being raised by a single mother. The only unusual thing about him is that he was born female. Now he's hit puberty, he wants to under-go hormone replacement therapy and his mother Maggie is behind him one-hundred per cent. She may be grieving for the daughter that she's lost, but all she wants is for Ray to be happy and feel whole. The news that Ray wants to become a boy doesn't sit well with everyone, however. Her lesbian grandmother Dolly, for example, with whom he and his mother lives is dismissive of the idea of transitioning, and when the time comes to sign the parental consent form from the doctor, Maggie struggles to get her estranged husband to agree too. Ray isn't backing down without a fight; he refuses to go to school until he can start afresh in a boyish body, having undergone years of bullying. But it's going to take some serious discussion for him to be accepted for he is by the people around him.

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Susan Sarandon Departs Her Appearance On Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Susan Sarandon - Susan Sarandon greets fans departing her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! at jimmy Kimmel Studios - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 9th September 2015

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Katy Perry Shares Segway Fail Video From Burning Man

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Katy Perry is prepared to let the whole world see that she isn’t perfect. The 30-year-old ‘Roar’ singer shared a funny video with her 26.9 million Instagram followers which showed her attempt and subsequent failure at using a Segway. Perry was attending the annual Burning Man Festival in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada when she attempted to use the Segway.

Katy PerryKaty Perry at the World TV premiere of Katy Perry: The Prismatic World Tour in L.A., March 2015.

Read More: Is Katy Perry Behind The Feud Between Taylor Swift And Miley Cyrus?

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Opening Night Of The Broadway Musical Hamilton

Susan Sarandon - Opening night of the Broadway musical Hamilton at the Richard Rodgers Theatre - Arrivals. at Richard Rogers Theater - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 6th August 2015

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TrevorLIVE New York - Arrivals

Susan Sarandon - The Trevor Project Annual TrevorLIVE New York - Red Carpet Arrivals at Marriot Marquis Hotel - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 15th June 2015

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Susan Sarandon Says She Excited By Today's 'Fluidity Of Gender'

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Actress Susan Sarandon has said she’s excited by ‘fluidity of gender’ in today’s society and that she looks forward to seeing the end of gender stereotypes. The Thelma and Louise actress was appearing on Oprah's Master Class on the OWN network, where she gave her thoughts on gender roles and gender identity in today's society.

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"I'm so excited these days by the fluidity of gender that's happening," Sarandon said. ”I think once all those 'boxes' are gone, it's going to be so much more interesting and so much less energy spent on those 'boxes.' We can get down to the nitty-gritty of, really, what a person is.”

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New York Premiere Of 'Spy'

Susan Sarandon - New York premiere of 'Spy' at AMC Loews Lincoln Square - Red Carpet Arrivals - New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 2nd June 2015

Susan Sarandon Would Consider Same-Sex Relationship

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Susan Sarandon is keeping an open mind when it comes to her next relationship, admitting she wouldn't rule out finding romance with another woman since splitting from toyboy lover Jonathan Bricklin.

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The Thelma & Louise star appeared on popular talk show 'The View' on Friday (29 May), where she described what she might want from a potential partner, KMBZ reports. "I'm not actively looking, but if there's a person, I would leave open the age, the color, the gender even. I'm open," she said. "Well, it increases your chances, doesn't it?"

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Will Geena Davis And Susan Sarandon Be Bringing 'Thelma And Louise' On The Road For 25th Anniversary?

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It’s been 25 years since Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon made the ultimate female road trip movie, Thelma and Louise, so what better way is there to celebrate this milestone than by taking the pair back out on the road?

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Davis has said that she and co-star Sarandon are currently thinking of things to do to celebrate a quarter of a century since the film’s release.

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The Calling Review


Dark and haunting, this Canadian thriller has an offhanded style that balances a grisly mystery with real-life humour, plus characters who are easy to identify with. It may spark memories of Fargo with its snowy small-town female cop storyline, but it's a much moodier movie, delving into religious themes that add an emotionally unsettling twist. So even if the plot itself feels somewhat straightforward and inevitable, the atmosphere is riveting.

Susan Sarandon stars as past-her-prime police officer Hazel, using sardonic humour to get through each uneventful day. Then a family friend is violently murdered, and she decides to investigate the case herself. To tackle the first murder in Fort Dundas in four years, Hazel teams up with long-time colleague Ray (Gil Bellows) and newcomer Ben (Topher Grace), who has just transferred in from big-city Toronto, complete with his own issues. They soon link the killing to others around the country and, by consulting with a priest (Donald Sutherland) who's an expert in Latin, it becomes clear that these murders are part of a much greater plan that has a connection with early Christian mysticism. The question is whether they can predict who the next victim will be so they can catch the killer.

Director Jason Stone and writer Scott Abrahamovich draw the audience in with carefully developed characters and hilariously spiky interaction, then grab onto us with the intriguing mystery. There's a dark sense of foreboding from the start, tempered with dry wit to keep us off balance. They also let us see the soft-spoken killer (Christopher Heyerdahl) early on, which further complicates the story and elevates the suspense into something darkly personal. At the centre, Sarandon gives a wonderfully sassy performance, bouncing superbly off of Bellows and Grace, who has some subtle depth of his own. The presence of veterans like Burstyn (as Hazel's ex-judge mother) and Sutherland adds extra oomph.

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Susan Sarandon Plays Small Town Cop In Murder Mystery 'The Calling' [Trailer]

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Susan Sarandon has her hands full as Detective Inspector Hazel Micallef in eerie serial murder mystery flick 'The Calling' out later this year. It feels like a classic killer thriller, but can it live up to the novel? And, more importantly, will it become the next trilogy to look out for?

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Susan Sarandon is a cop in her latest project

We've been quite into our small town murders recently, what with FX's 'Fargo' becoming such a hit, so it's only right that we get excited about another creepy case set in a quiet wilderness. The movie is based on the first mystery novel of the same name published in 2008 by Michael Redhill under the pseudonym Inger Ash Wolfe (cool name or what?). He revealed himself as the author back in 2012 with many reviews previously suggesting his true identity was everyone from Margaret Atwood to Farley Mowat; he's a mystery unto himself.

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The Calling Trailer

Hazel Micallef (Susan Sarandon) is a Detective Inspector leaving a rather peaceful existence in the small town of Fort Dundas, Ontario with her ageing mother Emily (Ellen Burstyn). She rarely has to deal with any major crimes in such a quiet district, but all that's about to change when she discovers the body of an old woman who had been brutally murdered. Alongside detective Ray Greene (Gil Bellows), they set out to investigate the vicious crime and discover a series of other bodies along the way which all have one thing in common: the mouths of each victim have all been physically manipulated to form, consecutively, the syllables of an ancient latin prayer of resurrection. They enlist the help of priest Father Price in a bid to uncover the intent behind the killer's deeds, and prevent the prayer from being completed with more victims.

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Susan Sarandon Loses Laptop, Jewelry In Residential Burglary In Manhattan

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Susan Sarandon fell victim to residential burglary over the weekend, when her New York home was broken into on Saturday night. The stolen items include a laptop, a camera and several pieces of jewelry, as well as some “papers”, according to Page Six.

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Sarandon was out of town when the burglary happened.

At the time of the burglary, 67-year-old Sarandon was out of town. Her son, 22-year-old Miles Robbins, was at the house on Saturday. According to the police report, he stepped out of the Manhattan home between 8pm and 9pm, providing the burglar with ample opportunity. The burglar apparently used a ladder to hop from the roof next door to the top of the actress’ nine-story brick building. Authorities suspect that he/she entered the home through a terrace window or door.

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4th October, 1946







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