Faye Dunaway, Mommie Dearest

Paramount Pictures

Just in time for the 30th anniversary of Mommie Dearest (the book that became the brilliant movie starring Faye Dunaway), an updated edition is being released.

While nothing can top the original Joan Crawford madness exposed—has anyone done more for padded clothes hangers?—expect all new details of dysfunction from her disgruntled daughter.

"If she walked in the door now, I'd tell her she's not welcome and could she please leave. Because that's what I couldn't do as a child," Christina Crawford tells London's Guardian.

Call us bipolar, but we smell a theatrical sequel.

Via the New York Post

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