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The rumors started early Sunday: Wayne Knight -- perhaps most famous for being "Newman," Jerry Seinfeld's nemesis on the eponymous and wildly popular TV show -- had died in a car wreck.
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The fourth Superman movie, 1987's Superman IV: The Quest for Peace , was so awful that the Man of Steel took a near 20-year hiatus from the big screen.
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In the 20-plus years since Ice Cube decided to focus on movies, he's taken on key roles in filmmaking - acting, writing, even directing.
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How does one talk about a child star without lapsing into clichA©s? Shirley Temple was "the biggest little star," the "kid who saved the studio," and as she was called in the 1930s, "the baby who conquered the world."
Jean Webster's novel "Daddy-Long-Legs" is more than a century old, and it's been adapted into films at least five times.
When comedian Sinbad first appeared at LaughFest two years ago, he was greeted by a standing ovation as he stepped out on stage before uttering a single word.
The singer's rise into the top 10 with "Let It Go" makes her the first person with both a top 10 hit and a Tony Award for acting.
Laura Kepley, artistic director of the Cleveland Play House, says legacy is the theme of the seven plays selected for the 2014-2015 CPH season.
According to Hollywood Life , the popular singers will be travelling to Canada, Seattle, San Diego, Cincinnati, Las Vegas, and Chicago.
On TV this Friday: Banshee goes out with a bang, Five-0 's Danny plays matchmaker, kids prove they have bite on Shark Tank and Enlisted meets some funny army vets.
Three new USC School of Cinematic Arts endowed chairs have been established with the contribution of George Lucas through the George Lucas Family Foundation.
A new crowd-sourcing campaign for a proposed documentary all about iconic movie memorabilia item the ruby red slippers from THE WIZARD OF OZ titled WHO STOLE THE RUBY SLIPPERS? is now available to support according to a new Kickstarter listing.
Let's get one thing out of the way first: Princess Tiger Lily is not a real person.
The Cold Lands fits my category Movies That Should Play in Sag Harbor. Tom Gilroy's second feature, which he wrote and directed, opens Friday in New York at the IFC Center, and there is nothing else like it in the city.
Dead-tree checks remain the preferred mode of payment for half of U.S. businesses, The Wall Street Journal reported this week.
Shaun Rice played the Skipper in "Gilligan's Island: The Musical" and he's playing Fester in "The Addams Family" musical arriving Friday at the McCallum Theatre.