Missy Schwartz

Missy is a Senior Editor for EW

The 'Singin' in the Rain' star died one day after daughter Carrie Fisher
By Jessica Derschowitz, Missy Schwartz
EW spoke with the two-time Best Actress winner, now 98, about ''Gone with the Wind'' and other key moments in her long, impressive career
By Missy Schwartz
In 1940, 'Gone With the Wind' swept the Academy Awards. Now, 75 years later, Olivia de Havilland, the film's last surviving star, talks about losing to Hattie McDaniel, swooning for Errol Flynn, and vowing, at 98, to live at least a century.
By Missy Schwartz
By Missy Schwartz
Capsule reviews of ''Hellion,'' ''The Rover,'' and more
By Lindsey Bahr, Leah Greenblatt
Capsule reviews of ''Filth,'' ''Half of a Yellow Sun,'' and more
By Clark Collis, Adam Markovitz
Halle Berry's ''Frankie & Alice'' to be rereleased nationwide
By Missy Schwartz
Capsule reviews of ''All Is Lost,'' ''Blue Is the Warmest Color,'' and more
By Owen Gleiberman, Leah Greenblatt
Three of the the Gotham Independent Film Awards honorees, Marion Cotillard, director David O. Russell, and producer Jeff Skoll, gave us their picks for indie awesomeness
By Missy Schwartz
In ''Taken 2,'' relatives of the bad guys defeated by Liam Neeson's CIA agent in the first movie kidnap his family in Istanbul. Is nowhere safe for vacations? Based on this year's movies, we put together this advisory of places to avoid. Bon non-voyage!
By Missy Schwartz
By Missy Schwartz
By Missy Schwartz
Comedy, drama, live TV -- this guy can do it all. Too bad he's so hard to look at.
By Missy Schwartz