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Interview with Shirley MacLaine Upon Release of The Evening Star (1996)

Jim Ruddy

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  •  MacLaine discusses playing Aurora again 
  •  What Aurora has been doing since we saw her in Terms of Endearment 
  •  Jack Nicholson’s role in the movie 
  •  The range of emotions in the movie 
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This unedited interview footage, shot by Jim Ruddy for Entertainment Tonight, captures scenes of Shirley MacLaine discussing her 1996 movie, The Evening Star. The Evening Star is the sequel to Terms of Endearment, in which MacLaine starred as Aurora Greenway, her most famous role at that time. MacLaine won the 1983 Academy Award for Best Actress for that role, causing her resurrection of the character to be highly anticipated. In this interview, she discusses her acting methods, the continued stories of the characters in the movie, and her work as an author. Both Terms of Endearment and The Evening Star were filmed on location in Houston.