Dead Man Walking

1995, Movie, R, 120 mins


Susan Sarandon Discusses Split from Tim Robbins, Hints at New Relationship

Susan Sarandon

Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins have kept relatively quiet about the end of their 23-year relationship, but the actress is now opening up about what may have been the catalyst.

The Oscar-winning actress recalls... read more

New Girl: Justified Alum to Visit as… Older Nick?

Raymond Barry, Jake Johnson

Justified alum Raymond Barry has been cast on New Girl as "Older Nick," has confirmed.

"Older Nick" is described as a man in his 60s or 70s who looks a lot like Nick (Jake Johnson). One of the day drunks at Nick's bar, this man tells Nick he's a time traveler from the future who knows exactly what's going to... read more

Susan Sarandon's Daughter Eva Amurri Marries Former Pro Soccer Player

Kyle Martino and Eva Amurri

Eva Amurri, the daughter of Susan Sarandon, has married former Major League Soccer player Kyle Martino, People reports.

The couple, who got engaged in December, was married in Charleston, S.C. by Sister Helen Prejean, the woman Sarandon portrayed in Dead Man Walking. The black-tie ceremony was hosted by both Sarandon and her former partner Tim Robbins, who helped raise Amurri.

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Susan Sarandon: The Pope Is a Nazi

Susan Sarandon

Susan Sarandon is in hot water after calling Pope Benedict XVI a Nazi, Newsday reports.

At the Hamptons Film Festival over the weekend, Sarandon discussed her 1995 film Dead Man Walking, based Sister Helen Prejean's anti-death penalty book, a copy of which the Oscar-winning actress sent to the Pope... read more

Susan Sarandon to Guest-Star on 30 Rock

Susan Sarandon

Susan Sarandon will guest-star in an upcoming episode of 30 Rock, Vulture reports.

Details on the Oscar-winning actress' role are... read more

Susan Sarandon Lauds Bette Davis

Susan Sarandon

She's calm, cool and classy — and not too big for a behind-the-scenes gig. Between making movies and her upcoming guest arc on the new season of Rescue Me (premiering May 30), Susan Sarandon still found time to narrate a revealing documentary on one of the industry's legends, Stardust: The Bette Davis Story (tonight at 8 pm/ET on TCM), and she was gracious enough to chat with TV Guide about the film, fame and Oscar. TV Guide: You know I have to say it: You've got read more

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