The Public Memorial Service for Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher will Live Stream here on Saturday March 25th at 1pm (PDT) from Los Angeles.

Debbie & Carrie : Celebration of Life

Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds Public Memorial will feature James Blunt and John Williams' music.

Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds are about to get a belated but pretty awesome public send-off.

The public memorial will be held at 1pm, March 25 at Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills, where the mother/daughter are buried. The ceremony will be held in a 1,200 seat theater at the cemetery.   

One of the highlights will be the unveiling of a tribute song from James Blunt. James and Carrie were tight ... she was the godmother to his child. Blunt won't be performing, but Fisher's brother, Todd, tells us the track will debut over a photo montage.

Also on the program ... the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, a dance tribute from the Debbie Reynolds dance school, and tons of costumes and memorabilia will be on display.

Fisher's daughter, Billie, will be present but won't make any speeches. She says it's just too emotional to address a crowd.

The event will be streamed live at Debbie's website DebbieReynolds.com.

 
 

'Bright Lights' Documentary

Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds
Starring Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds

In light of the recent and unexpected deaths of both Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, HBO Documentary Films presents this intimate portrait of Hollywood royalty in all its eccentricity.

Carrie Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds, live in the same Beverly Hills compound. The 83-year-old grand dame still has a Las Vegas act, but performing is taking its toll. Carrie's response is both hilarious and heart-rending.

Featuring vintage family films that bring iconic old-world Hollywood to life, as well as extensive verite footage, the film is directed by Alexis Bloom and Fisher Stevens. (TV14) 

Actors: Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Todd Fisher / Producers: Alexis Bloom, Fisher Stevens, Brett Ratner, Sheila Nevins, Julie Nives, Todd Fisher / Director: Alexis Bloom, Fisher Stevens

 
 

In 1972, Debbie Reynolds formed the Hollywood Motion Picture Museum, a 501c3 nonprofit corporation containing the largest collection of Hollywood movie memorabilia in the world.

The collection includes almost every Academy Award winning film star from the Silent Era forward through the late 1970s.

You can own a piece of Hollywood history today.

"For all the people who worked so hard to build our movie magic, I turn my part of this history over to new generations of collectors and fans. May it bring you as much joy as it did me."  Debbie Reynolds

 
 

'Unsinkable' - The Definitive Memoir

Unsinkable: A Memoir
By Debbie Reynolds, Dorian Hannaway

A Story of Heartbreak, Hope & Survival

"Frank and forthright, and featuring dozens of previously unseen photos from Debbie's personal collection, Unsinkable is a poignant reminder that there is light in the darkest times. It is a revealing portrait of a woman whose determination is an inspiration." Goodreads.com

"As always, in the pages of Unsinkable Debbie Reynolds knows exactly how to steal the scene, wring tears, and most important, how to leave her audience feeling thoroughly entertained."  Vinton Rafe McCabe, New York Journal of Books

 
 

Debbie Reynolds – The Auction Finale! 

This massive two-day sale on Saturday, May 17 and  Sunday, May 18, 2014 featured over 800 lots from Debbie Reynolds’ legendary Hollywood collection covering the dawn of film on through Hollywood’s golden age and beyond.

Gracing the archived pages at 'Profiles in History' you will find treasures from virtually every discipline in movie making, including hundreds of costumes worn by such stars as Grace Kelly, Ingrid Bergman, Mae West, Barbara Stanwyck, Fred Astaire and Orson Welles.

Browse the Catalog in flipbook style and also discover the prices realized.

 
 

Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio to become Museum

TMZ.com Exclusive

Debbie Reynolds' memorabilia and costume collection has found a home ... her North Hollywood dance studio, which is being turned into a museum.

Todd Fisher, Debbie's son, tells us the studio has 6 rooms for dancing, and now 2 of them will house her collection. Renovations are underway.

Some of the items ... Debbie’s SAG Life Achievement Award and Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, along with costumes from ‘Molly Brown’ and "Singin' in the Rain."

Todd says they'll consider transferring some items to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures when it eventually opens, but for now it'll all live in the studio.


Debbie Reynolds Studio in North Hollywood

was established in 1979 by Debbie Reynolds specifically for dancers. Debbie was determined to create a comfortable space for dancer to rehearse. The studio offered a friendly and relaxed atmosphere while at the same time provided simple luxuries that were not found at other studios including ample free parking, a lounge area with fresh coffee, dressing rooms, showers, six spacious studios with high ceilings and pianos in each room.

Today, the studio has kept the same friendly atmosphere and luxuries that were present from day one. It is this comfortable environment that has attracted many celebrities throughout the years, such as Lucille Ball, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Bette Midler, Cher, Usher and Mariah Carey. It has been a popular rental facility for many of the most renowned choreographers in the business, including Travis Payne, Rob Marshall, Vincent Patterson, Brian Friedman and Shawnette Heard.

Debbie Reynolds Studio's instructors are some of the best in the business. They have taught globally and have choreographed for numerous artists including Janet Jackson, Missy Elliot, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Beyonce and many more. Our instructors come from all around the world and their impressive training background ranges from Alvin Ailey to The Brooklyn Ballet to the "Streets".