Stallone Wins the Good Sport Award

Sly: Stand-Up Guy We’re guessing Sylvester Stallone was as shocked as anybody when Bridge of Spies costar Mark Rylance edged him out for that Best Supporting Actor award at the Oscars (“Guessing,” but not exactly surprised: Rylance was our Movies for Grownups Awards honoree.) Ever the good sport, Sly tweeted: “Could not go to a more consummate actor and gentleman. It was a privilege. Keep punching, Mark!”   EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: George Kennedy: One Great Character A fond farewell to George Kennedy, who …

Exclusive Preview: Joseph Fiennes Is High on “Risen”

EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: RISEN Joseph Fiennes — who will play Michael Jackson in the upcoming TV movie Elizabeth, Michael and Marlon — stars in Risen (opening February 19) as a Roman officer assigned to discover where followers of Jesus of Nazareth have hidden his body. Fiennes talks about the film, which he characterizes as an “extraordinary murder mystery,” in this video exclusive to AARP.     WALK THE RED CARPET WITH MOVIES FOR GROWNUPS Join us for this exclusive look at …

Audience Learns ‘5 Flights Up’ Back Story at Film Fest

Jill Ciment had one goal in mind when she wrote the novel on which the new movie 5 Flights Up is based. “I wanted to write a story about a happy marriage,” Ciment told AARP’s Meg Grant after a screening of 5 Flights Up at the Movies for Grownups Film Festival in Miami. Ciment’s 2009 novel, Heroic Measures, became a bestseller when it was chosen by Oprah’s Book Club. Little did she know it would become an ideal movie for grownup …

Sam Elliott Rumbles into Miami for MFG Film Fest

Sam Elliott — he of the gravelly drawl and arched eyebrows — will be a special guest at the AARP Life@50+ Movies for Grownups Film Festival in Miami (May 14-16). Elliott and director/cowriter Brett Haley will be on hand for a pre-release screening of I’ll See You in My Dreams, a romantic comedy starring Elliott, Blythe Danner, June Squibb (Nebraska), Rhea Perlman (Cheers) and Mary Kay Place (Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman). Elliott plays a wealthy retiree with whom Danner’s long-widowed character …

This Weekend: True Love, Sinatra & Zombies

5 Flights Up Diane Keaton and Morgan Freeman are the year’s most adorable screen couple. They star as a long-married pair who must decide whether or not to relinquish the fifth-floor Brooklyn walkup apartment they’ve shared for four decades. The film addresses some serious issues, notably “aging in place,” and has some insightful lessons to impart about planning for the future versus constantly fretting about it. FULL REVIEW CLICK HERE to see an exclusive interview with Diane Keaton talking about what …

Exclusive Video: Diane Keaton on Love and Marriage

It’s been eight months since Diane Keaton and Morgan Freeman charmed audiences at the Toronto Film Festival with their new romantic comedy, 5 Flights Up. Now the film is finally coming to theaters and iTunes. In this exclusive Movies for Grownups one-on-one, Diane dishes with us about marriage, finding a best friend for life…and what happened when she asked Morgan Freeman if he’d like to go out on a date (or two).