This is not quite as unlikely as it sounds; Updike, who died in , was a famously indefatigable chronicler of infidelity and adultery in small-town suburbia. Jericho Brown is a major American poet and author of three award-winning poetry collections. We had to go to a different theater and see a different movie. I was confounded because — one, it had Cher; and two — it was about witches. So clearly, it was a movie for me. Now, I was the kind of nerdy kid who spent a lot of time in libraries, and one day I came across a book on the shelf, titled "The Witches of Eastwick. So I went to the big dictionary in the center of the library and started turning pages. And that's how I learned the word "genitals.
Witches have long been regarded as feminist figures in popular culture, alluring us with their connection to the occult and feminine strength. Whether they're dressed under the veil of contemporary women or fitting into the archetype and flying through the night on broomsticks, witches are fascinating as the all-powerful woman who has harnessed her energy to do whatever the hell she wants. That is, if she's not hunted down and burned at the stake. Damn the patriarchy!
Sarandon began her acting career in the drama film Joe , before appearing in the soap opera A World Apart — In , she co-starred as a Zelda Fitzgerald surrogate in the television film F. She returned to Broadway in the revival of Exit the King. On television, Sarandon is a six-time Primetime Emmy Award nominee, including for her guest roles on the sitcoms Friends and Malcolm in the Middle , as well as supporting role in the film You Don't Know Jack She was also nominated for her leading roles as Doris Duke and Bette Davis in the film Bernard and Doris and the miniseries Feud , respectively. Sarandon was born in New York City.