Meg Ryan

  • My main aim was to be a journalist: Meg Ryan February 11, 2014

    Los Angeles: Actress Meg Ryan says that she has wanted to become a journalist since she was a teenager. The 52-year-old admitted that she only started acting to earn some cash, reports contactmusic.com. "My main aim, at 18, was to become a journalist. I only started acting - in commercials - to...
  • Meg Ryan turns director with 'Ithaca' February 1, 2014

    London: Actress Meg Ryan will make her directorial debut with 'Ithaca', where she will star alongside her son Jack Quaid. The 52-year-old actress said she is excited to make her foray in direction with the an adaptation of William Saroyan 1943 novel 'The Human Comedy', reported Contactmusic. "'Ithaca' is a deceptively simple...
  • Meg Ryan returns to TV after 30 years October 12, 2013

    Los Angeles: Meg Ryan will return to the small screen after almost 30 years as a producer and actor of a comedy show. The story revolves around a former big time New York editor. Ryan will play the role of a single mother who follows her decision to return to work...
  • 'Trishna' premiers in New York, gets rave reviews July 14, 2012

    New York: Indian actor Freida Pinto took New York City by storm with a glamorous red carpet premiere of her new film 'Trishna' which released Friday at the IFC Centre and Lincoln Plaza in New York and The Landmark in Los Angeles. Other guests attending the July 10 premiere at the...
  • Masand's Movie Review: My Mom's New Boyfriend a third-rate comedy April 25, 2009

    Cast: Meg Ryan, Antonio Banderas, Colin Hanks Direction: George Gallo Every time someone tells me how blessed I am to have a job I truly enjoy - to get paid to watch movies - my mind wanders to those films that aren't such a pleasure to watch. Those films that must be...
  • Review: My Mom's New Boyfriend April 24, 2009

    Think romantic comedy and chances are Meg Ryan's name is among the first to come to mind. She's been part of some of the most memorable films in this genre. When Harry Met Sally, You've Got Mail, and Kate and Leopold are films that you can watch over and over...