Saturday, April 11, 2015
Many people remember Mariel Hemingway best from her portrayal of the sweet teenager Tracy in Woody Allen's "Manhattan," where she delivered the film's uplifting closing line, a reminder that "You have to have a little faith in people."
Former redhead Sansa remains a brunette. Tyrion grows a beard. East and West shall meet. And, once again, more will die gruesome deaths.
From the pages of a comic book that first came out in the Sixties comes the latest superhero to score a comeback on American television.
Richard Dysart, a veteran stage and screen actor who played senior partner Leland McKenzie in the long-running TV courtroom drama "L.A. Law," has died after a long illness. He was 86.
"Festival fashion" is a thing, and Coachella is the place. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, held in the Southern California desert on two consecutive weekends beginning Friday, is a style destination as much as a musical one -- this year more than ever. Besides the ever-growing array of off-site parties and sponsored suites, there are now runway shows and a pop-up fashion store on festival grounds.
Thursday, April 9, 2015
NBC's "Nightly News" lost the weekly ratings competition for the first time since 2009 -- and for the first time since anchor Brian Williams was suspended in February for telling a false story about his reporting from the Iraq War.
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Tom Towles, the mustached character actor who popped up in several of Rob Zombie's horror movies, has died. He was 71.
The latest "Fast and Furious" installment roared to pole position in the North American box office this weekend, easily overtaking last week's winner "Home" for the top spot, according to industry data Monday. "Furious 7," the seventh in the street-racing and stunt-filled franchise, pulled in a whopping US$147.2 million on its opening weekend, according to figures from box-office tracker Exhibitor Relations.
Sunday, April 5, 2015
In most movie theaters the lights go dark and the feature begins, but for an audience attending a Paris film festival under way this month, the whole world is dark and stays that way.
The fate of a Lifetime TV movie featuring Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig remained unclear on Friday after the project's planned secrecy was spoiled.