- n. Plural form of actress.
“I've never understood why Angelina Jolie always seems to get bashed by commentors on film sites such as these, but certain actresses whose talent Jolie eclipses always seem to be in high demand for every picture announced, for some reason.”
“Mostly, it's the heartbreakingly honest performances by the film's four main actresses – and that Daniels dared to give Mariah Carey a mustache.”
“Jun. 14th, 2010 05: 35 am (UTC) they've only filmed the pilot, and a majority of that footage will likely be cut since two of the main actresses have been replaced. so i'm not sure why you're complaining. i'm shocked (and pleased!) that we got footage at all. i thought it would LITERALLY be only trees and hooves and a logo”
“I think the range of actors/actresses is amazing, and was also drawn in by the trailer at the beginning of New Moon.”
“The Women of SNL" (NBC at 9), a special that looks back at famous "Saturday Night Live" actresses, is previewed by Tom Shales.”
“It's a sad truth that the past couple of years have seen the passing of actors and actresses from the Golden Age of filmmaking.”
“Why being the supernanny of skanky coked out C-grade actresses is no fun, but fun to read about.”
“Miss Digital World" is the first beauty contest reserved for the likes of video game heroine Lara Croft, computer-cloned actresses from the "Matrix" films and new beauties tweaked to perfection with 3D graphics.”
“But I think the static set of expressions on teenage actresses is a WB thing.”
“Access to the stage is so easily obtained; and the plays preferred by the management are those in which the stage is filled with young women who are not in any serious technical sense of the word actresses at all.”
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