By Paul Risker. On Saturday the 23 August two inaugural moments separated by eight decades are scheduled to converge when Going Attractions: The Definitive Story of the American Drive-in Movie (2013) screens at the first annual Reel East Film...
'Hollywood Takes to the Air' explores aviation's long history in film Los Angeles Times He was especially fond of high-flying war films. "I remember seeing 'The Dawn Patrol' on television," said Burtt ("Star Wars," "Raiders of the Lost Ark").
K-Earth 101 FM The Touching Story Behind Robin Williams' Close Friendship With Christopher ... K-Earth 101 FM According to PEOPLE, the two met while attending college at Julliard as drama students and roommates in the '70s.
Laughter: The Surprising Secret to Surviving Tough Times Huffington Post My friends and I were spending a few days at our new cabin in the Colorado mountains. Our mission was a complete top-to-bottom cleanup.
MinnPost.com Young Betsy Hodges' choice: Alcohol and chronic misery — or a life of ... MinnPost.com ... of bourbon and a pack of cigarettes, the same as I had been for days, weeks, months. I had a choice.
Andy Warhol was born Aug. 6, 1928, meaning he would have been 86 years old were he alive today. Sadly, he died in 1987, at the age of 58, but Warhol had an incredible life that many still seek to emulate.
In honor of this weekend’s release of the highly anticipated adaptation of Lois Lowry’s beloved YA novel The Giver, we’ve rounded up some of the best quotes about filmmaking to come from its producer and star, Spirit Award winner (for Crazy Heart),...
Hollywood Reporter This is Why Bogie and Bacall Had The Best Love Story, Ever Hollywood Reporter The duo married a year later and enjoyed one of the most legendary — albeit short-lived — love stories in Hollywood history (he died of esophageal...
In the '50s and '60s, many African-American women sported smooth, straight hairstyles, from sleek bobs to mile-high bouffants. As an emerging actress, Cicely Tyson opted for the former, with her straightened hair resting just above her shoulders.
Calling all "You've Got Mail" obsessives: Nora Ephron's work will return to the big screen once more. Two years after the celebrated writer and director's death, "Portlandia" star Carrie Brownstein will complete Ephron's unfinished adaptation of U.K.