AARP The Magazine February/March 2016 features an exclusive celebrity cover interview with actor Michael Douglas, winner of the 2015 Movies for Grownups® Career Achievement Award. Douglas reflects on the many rises and falls of his life, his second chances including surviving cancer, and being able to focus on what's important.
The Movies for Grownups® Awards, now in its 15th year, continue to shine in spotlighting and celebrating films, filmmakers, actors and actresses that have a distinct relevance for the 50-plus audience. This year's winners include Spotlight (Best Movie for Grownups), Bryan Cranston (Best Actor), Lily Tomlin (Best Actress), Inside Out (Best Movie for Grownups Who Refuse to Grow Up) and more. Attendees will include achievement award winner Michael Douglas, host Kathy Griffin, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Mark Ruffalo, Bryan Cranston, Diane Ladd, Ridley Scott, Elizabeth Banks, Morgan Freeman, Rachel McAdams and more. The star-studded awards will return to the Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills on Monday, February 8th.
AARP The Magazine is the world's largest circulation magazine and the definitive lifestyle publication for Americans 50+. THe February/March 2016 edition will include features on:
Personal Finance: Special Report on Money – The sharks from Shark Tank share lessons that will lead you to a worry-free life.
Disrupt Aging – It's time to demolish Americans' assumptions about getting older, and AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins is just the person to do it. In our society, reaching old age comes with negative stereotypes focusing more on the pains of aging than the opportunities older age provides.
Health: 5 Surprising Reasons Your Back is Killing You – Four out of 5 people will experience low-back pain, one of the most common causes of disability and doctor visits.
Health: How to Survive Your First Heart Attack – Every 34 seconds, someone in the U.S. has a heart attack. Every 60 seconds, someone dies of one.
What I Know Now: Jeremy Irons – Jeremy Irons, actor and Oscar winner for his role in Reversal of Fortune, weighs in on bad guys, butlers, the joy of motorcycles and why he wore sneakers to the Oscars.