Actor Liam Neeson opened up in an emotional interview while talking about losing wife Natasha Richardson five years ago in a skiing accident.
Oscar and Tony-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave died Sunday after a 7-year battle against breast cancer, CNN.com reports.
Redgrave was best known for her role in the 1966 film "Georgy Girl," earning her an Oscar nomination for Best Actress and winning the Golden Globe. She also won the Golden Globe and was nominated as Best Supporting Actress for her masterful turn in the 1998 film, "Gods and Monsters."
The amfAR benefit at the Hotel du Cap at Cannes was the place to be Thursday night, where Rob Pattinson's precious pucker was on the auction block!
Sharon Stone didn't have any trouble auctioning off two kisses from the "New Moon" megastar, whose smooches went for a total of $56,000!
During the evening, Stone personally donated $50,000 in memory of friend Natasha Richardson, who was an avid supporter of amfAR. A teary Sharon told the crowd, "Natasha said she would go on until there was a cure found for AIDS... When you were in a room with her, it was like being with an angel."
President Clinton also addressed the crowd, and actor Danny Glover helped auction off Clinton's saxophone, which set a bidder back $180,000!
Actor Liam Neeson and sons Michael and Daniel made their first public appearance since Natasha Richardson's funeral as spectators at a the Liverpool soccer team game.
Neeson and his boys cheered on the team as the Liverpool soccer club beat Fulham during a match -- and Liam was photographed making a "victory" sign.
The actor, his sons and mother-in-law Vanessa Redgrave seemed to enjoy the game as they resumed normal activities after weeks in mourning.
A few hours after Natasha Richardson fell while skiing, a 911 call reveals the actress appeared disoriented and presented signs of confusion and a concussion. In the 911 tapes obtained by Canada's Globe and Mail, the star's injury was initially dismissed but her condition quickly deteriorated.
A medic arrived at the Mont Tremblant ski resort on March 16 at 1:00 PM, after a call was placed to the 911 dispatch center near Mirabel, Quebec. At the time, Richardson felt fine and had declined treatment. At 1:11 PM the medic reported to dispatch the job was canceled.
Later in the afternoon, Richardson began to experience severe headaches and the dispatch received another emergency call from the hotel. At 2:59 PM the dispatcher says, "Priority 1, Mont Tremblant. This will be at the Hotel Quintessence... 17-Delta-1." The injury is now classified as "dangerous."
Medics rushed Richardson into the ambulance 45 minutes later and left for the Centre Hospitalier Laurentien.
The medic said the patient was "verbal" and according to the Globe and Mail, her orientation rating was 0, indicating she didn't know where she was, the day of the week, or what had happened to her.
Richardson died March 18 from a blunt impact injury to the head. She was 45.
Liam Neeson and his two sons, Michael and Daniel, said goodbye to beloved wife and mother Natasha Richardson on Sunday. The actress was buried near her family's home in Millbrook, New York.
Mourners at the funeral included Natasha's mother, Vanessa Redgrave, aunt Lynn Redgrave and sister Joely Richardson. Actors Ralph Fiennes, Laura Linney, Alan Rickman, Timothy Dalton, Holly Hunter and Uma Thurman also paid their respects at the memorial service.
Before entering the church for the memorial, both Liam and Vanessa waved to the media, before Neeson assumed his position as one of his wife's pallbearers, and entered the church. The funeral took place at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, and Natasha was buried in the adjoining cemetery.
Reporters, photographers, and onlookers have begun to gather at the church where Natasha Richardson is expected to be laid to rest this afternoon.
According to the Poughkeepsie Journal, police are bracing for traffic congestion from the media and onlookers. The officers are also bracing for possible protesters from Westboro Baptist Church in Kansas, who announced they would picket at Richardson's funeral because of her tireless devotion to finding a cure for AIDS.
The private funeral service is scheduled for 2 PM EDT at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Lithgow, where Natasha lived with her husband Liam Neeson and their two sons. The actress died on Wednesday of brain injuries following a freak skiing accident in Quebec, Canada.