Noted for her quirky roles and pale skin, Christina Ricci has always been more of an art film actress than a Hollywood star. Despite the talent and good looks to be one of show businesses leading ladies, Ricci consitently chooses roles with most substance than what the studios often offer up. For this, she is known as one of the most intriguing actresses around.
Christina Ricci to return as Lizzie Borden on Lifetime
Christina Ricci is getting another swing of the ax as Lizzie Borden.Christina Ricci to play Lizzie Borden again for Lifetime
After playing the infamous Lizzie Borden in a Lifetime movie, Christina Ricci is returning to the role for a limitedChristina Ricci welcomes baby son with James Heerdegen
The baby is the couple's first child together.Lifetime Orders ?Lizzie Borden? Limited Series Starring Christina Ricci
Following the success of its original movie Lizzie Borden Took An Ax , Lifetime had picked up a follow-up six-episode limited series, Lizzie Borden: The Fall River Chronicles , with Christina Ricci set to reprise her role as the notorious murderer. Also returning for the series is the movie's Clea DuVall, who will also reprise her role as Lizzie Borden's sister, Emma. The series, from Sony ...Lifetime Greenlights Limited Series "Lizzie Borden: The Fall River Chronicles"
Christina Ricci will reprise her haunting role as the notorious murder suspect she portrayed in the network's hit original movie "Lizzie Borden Took An Ax."Lifetime Returns to 'Lizzie Borden' With Six-Hour Limited Series
Christina Ricci and Clea DuVall will reprise their roles read moreCrayons come to life in this drab story
It's not exactly chic to evaluate movies in economic terms - how much entertainment you get for your dollar. But that particular vulgarity might be excused in the case of Frank Gladstone's The Hero of Color City, a weak Toy Story-esque animated film for preschool kids made with little imagination, little art, and even less soul.Tame 'Color City' stays inside the lines
Upbeat, neon-hued and innocuous, the children's computer-generated animation feature "The Hero of Color City" tries to do for Crayola crayons what "The Lego Movie" did for building sets and the "Toy Story" films did for all toys.Crayons fight for freedom in ?The Hero of Color City?
About as edgy as a well-used Crayola, this animated musical is aimed squarely at the under-5 crowd. A yellow crayon (Christina Ricci) must learn to face her fears ? of...If iconic movie roles changed gender
Women as "Ghostbusters" is a good start. What about Sofia Vergara as Scarface?
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Tiny at just over five feet, Ricci stopped growing when she was ten years old.
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