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Welcome to Jessica Lange Web, your oldest and largest source for everything actress Jessica Lange. You may better know her for tv-shows such as American Horror Story and Feud, but Jessica is also and foremost a movie actor. Certainly you haven't missed 1976 production of King Kong, in which she played Dwan; or other titles such as Tootsie, Frances, A Thousand Acres, Big Fish among many others. Jessica is also a talented stage actress in titles like A Streetcar Named Desire, The Glass Menagerie and Long Day's Journey into Night. Here at jessica-lange.org you will find an up-to-date place with an extensive photo gallery, news, articles, interviews, videos and much more. Bookmark our link, follow us @JessicaLangeWeb and check back regularly!
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    Claudia   Jun 16, 2020   Leave a Reply

    We are almost getting to the end of this tour de force of posting Jessica Lange’s movies.
    Today is the time for Bonneville, from 2006.

    When her husband dies, Arvilla Holden (Jessica Lange) wants to scatter his ashes per his request. However, the daughter from his previous marriage intervenes, demanding that her father’s remains be placed in the family crypt in California. Arvilla decides to take a road trip there from her home in Idaho, along with her two very different friends, Margene (Kathy Bates) and Carol (Joan Allen). On the way, they scatter some of her husband’s ashes at various places visited during the marriage.



    Claudia   Jun 15, 2020   Leave a Reply

    Take a look in the gallery for HD screencaptures of Jessica Lange in the 2005 movie Don’t Come Knocking.

    Howard Spence has seen better days. Once a big Western movie star, he now drowns his disgust for his selfish and failed life with alcohol, drugs and young women. If he were to die now, nobody would shed a tear over him, that’s the sad truth. Until one day Howard learns that he might have a child somewhere out there.



    Claudia   Jun 13, 2020   Leave a Reply

    And back to the movies from 2000 and on, here’s one TV Movie of Jessica Lange: Normal.

    After a 25-year marriage to Irma (Jessica Lange), Roy Applewood (Tom Wilkinson) shocks his family when he reveals that he has a gender identity disorder. The Applewood family is further thrown into turmoil when Roy decides to have a sex change operation to relieve the pain of being trapped in a man’s body. Roy’s co-workers are baffled, his church rejects him and his son, Wayne (Joe Sikora), struggles with the humiliation of having a father who now goes by the name Ruth.


    Claudia   Jun 13, 2020   Leave a Reply

    As we get more captures done from 90’s movies of Jessica Lange, we are adding the to the site. Enjoy one more: Men Don’t Leave.

    After her husband’s death, Beth Macauley (Jessica Lange) moves into an inexpensive Baltimore apartment with her two sons, Chris (Chris O’Donnell) and Matt (Charlie Korsmo). When Beth accepts a job at a local grocery store, Chris grows bitter and falls for an older woman (Joan Cusack), while 9-year-old Matt hides his grief behind a new interest in burglary. As the Macauleys adjust to their new life, they learn that sticking together is the only way to overcome their loss.




    Claudia   Jun 08, 2020   Leave a Reply

    Another movie from the 90’s with Jessica Lange that was missing from gallery before, take a look and enjoy!




    Claudia   Jun 01, 2020   Leave a Reply

    More movies from 2000s with Jessica Lange have been added to the gallery, take a look and enjoy!

    Dr. Zach Riley (Aaron Eckhart) begins practicing at the Millwood Psychiatric Clinic — a mental health retreat where his deceased father, renowned children’s book author T.L. Pierson (Nick Nolte), was once interned. Riley finds an unlikely friend in Gabriel Finch (Ian McKellen), a disarming patient who forces him to examine himself. When Finch suggests that the fantastic land in Pierson’s classic book “Neverwas” is real, Riley begins a spellbinding investigation into his father’s work.