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How Emmy Rossum Transformed Into Mysterious Hollywood Icon 'Angelyne' (Exclusive)

Emmy Rossum transforms into , the enigmatic blonde Hollywood icon, in Peacock's latest limited series, which drops Thursday, May 19. A passion project for the actress and executive producer, the series — which she's worked on for four years -- explores «fame, identity, survival, billboards, Corvettes, lingerie, men, women, women teasing men, men obsessed with women, West Hollywood, crystals, UFOs and most importantly of all, the self-proclaimed Rorschach test in pink, glow-in-the-dark queen of the universe, Angelyne.»«This is absolutely a dream project,» Rossum told ET's Lauren Zima. «I first saw Angelyne's billboard when I was about 13 years old driving around L.A.

in a Hertz rental car with my mom to auditions. And it was this image of this woman who had captivated an entire city through her image, through her billboards, who drove around in a pink Corvette spreading joy like the unicorn of L.A.»«Everywhere she went, she makes people smile and lifts the spirit and there's something also incredibly profound about her power in that she created her own identity and defined herself.

But also empowers others to give her whatever definition they see in her and in that she is a mirror and says more about the person that is seeing her than it does about her,» she noted. «She is ultimately a really, really fascinating figure.

She is the original influencer. She was the first person to raise her hand and say, 'I have something to share with the world and it's me.

I am going to share myself with the world. My energy, my spirit, my fierce commitment to the positive.'»The 35-year-old star called Angelyne — whose true story was uncovered in a deep-dive in 2017, which serves as the basis for the series -- «the ultimate fantasy.»«What

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Emmy Rossum transforms into , the enigmatic blonde Hollywood icon, in Peacock's latest limited series, which drops Thursday, May 19. A passion project for the actress and executive producer, the series — which she's worked on for four years -- explores «fame, identity, survival, billboards, Corvettes, lingerie, men, women, women teasing men, men obsessed with women, West Hollywood, crystals, UFOs and most importantly of all, the self-proclaimed Rorschach test in pink, glow-in-the-dark queen of the universe, Angelyne.»«This is absolutely a dream project,» Rossum told ET's Lauren Zima. «I first saw Angelyne's billboard when I was about 13 years old driving around L.A.
Alicia Silverstone's son tried something new after seeing for the first time. ET's Lauren Zima spoke with the 45-year-old actress at the premiere of Netflix's , and she recalled how her now 11-year-old son, Bear, reacted when he first saw her iconic '90s flick.«He saw when he was five, because it was on at the Hollywood [Forever] Cemetery,» Silverstone explained. "… Four thousand people came to see and I couldn’t pass that experience up, of watching it under the stars, pillows on the ground with rosé."«He was so young and it's not appropriate, I think, for a 5-year-old to watch that movie… it’s all about sex and stuff, so I just realized, 'Oops,'» she continued.

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