The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s “Out Under the Stars” annual summer outdoor film screening event at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery returns Friday at 8:30 p.m. with a showing of the 1962 psychological thriller “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?”
“’Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?’ is the quintessential movie that becomes more entertaining and riveting due to the sheer star power and on-screen chemistry of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford,” said Rani DeMesme-Anders, Center staff liaison of the Los Angeles Women’s Network. “This spine-chiller isn’t simply campy but is a tour de force that revitalized these actresses’ careers. These grande dames aren’t just fighting each other—they’re fighting a society that told them they no longer mattered. They persisted. You can’t afford to miss this!”
“What makes this twisted film about sibling rivalry much more juicier are the behind-the-scenes stories of superwomen Bette Davis and Joan Crawford—two of the biggest actresses during the Golden Age of Hollywood,” said Tommy Johnson, chair of the Young Professionals Council. “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? is guaranteed to mesmerize you and your friends under the stars. We’re thrilled Hollywood Forever will be the #1 destination again to see—and to be seen—for a worthy cause!”
VIP tickets are $150 two, including early entry to the venue at 6:30 p.m., one complimentary drive-on parking pass, a picnic basket with bottle of wine and food pairings and reserved premier picnic seating. Those with general admission tickets, which are $25, can enter at 7 p.m. Tickets for the event are currently on sale at lalgbtcenter.org/movie.
All profits go to support the Center. The Hollywood Forever Cemetery is at 6000 Santa Monica Blvd.