Thursday, November 9, 2017

*Tune-In: New This Week on PeopleTV*

*Tune-In: New This Week on PeopleTV*
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On Location: Murder on the Orient Express

Go behind-the-scenes of Murder on the Orient Express with Judi Dench, Derek Jacobi, Kenneth Branagh, Penelope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Josh Gad, Daisy Ridley and more.

Entertainment Weekly Cast Reunions: The Princess Bride

Whisk yourself away to Florin, as Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, Billy Crystal and the rest of the cast of the eternally beloved film, The Princess Bride, reunite to discuss what makes the movie a cross-generational favorite.

Dirty Laundry: Michelle Dockery

Clothing and accessories can reveal so much about a person. “Dirty Laundry,” hosted by InStyle Editor-in-Chief, Laura Brown, showcases celebrities’ most meaningful attire, as the stars share each item’s importance. In this episode, Michelle Dockery stops by to talk about some of her favorite pieces, including the Burberry coat she wore to her first fashion show, her favorite leather jacket and an owl t-shirt that makes her feel wiser.

Shelf Life

Join book club with Jill Adams on this all-female edition of “Shelf Life,” as she speaks with R.J. Palacio, author of Wonder; Jenifer Lewis, “Blackish” star and author of The Mother of Black Hollywood; Dianne Lake, the youngest member of the Manson Family and author of Member of the Family: My Story of Charles Manson, Life Inside His Cult and the Darkness that Ended the Sixties; and Janet Fitch, author of The Revolution of Marina M.

How R.J. Palacio came up with the concept for Wonder
“I was with my two sons and my younger son, who was only 3 at the time, saw a little girl who had a very significant craniofacial difference ... He got a little scared and he started to cry. In my haste to shield her from seeing his reaction to her face, I whisked him away very quickly. Afterwards, I started thinking, from her point of view or from her mom’s point of view, it must have looked like I was trying to shield my son from seeing her, when really it was just the opposite. That whole interaction just made me realize that what I should have done, of course, was to turn to the little girl and maybe start up a conversation and show by my example that there was really nothing to be afraid of.”

Dianne Lake on Manson
“When he was more adament that this race war was going to take place, he gave us all knives and showed us how to stab someone and move the knife in such a way that we would hit more vital organs. My thoughts on that little lesson was not that I was going to kill anyone, but that I needed to have that skill in order to not be killed myself.”

Dianne Lake on Seeing Tex Watson after Tate-LaBianca Murders
“I was on my way to the desert and met up with Tex Watson. I came back to the camp while we were waiting for other members of the Family to meet-up with us and Tex had newspapers. He slapped the newspaper and showed me the headlines which were the Tate-LaBianca murders and said, ‘I did this. Charlie told me to.’ I was devistated and shocked and almost catatonic, I think, after that. I was afraid. I was afraid to leave because these people that I had loved were now capable of murder.”

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