|US Release Date||03/04/1988|
Actor Antonio Banderas is moving ahead with plans to portray celebrated artist Pablo Picasso in a new biopic, two years after the project stalled due to financing problems.
Actress Kathleen Turner is winning her battle against rheumatoid arthritis after undergoing regular operations over a 12-year period.
The wife of late actor Robert Mitchum has died. She was 94.
Director Randall Miller is considering moving production on his stalled Allman Brothers biopic to Los Angeles after a camera assistant was killed in a freak train accident on the set in Georgia.
Former Slipknot star Joey Jordison is facing fresh troubles after parting ways with the lead singer of his side project band.
Selena must choose a stance on abortion.
David Benioff and D.B. Weiss to are on board to write and direct the film.
Movie star Kevin Spacey has a stolen party invite to thank for helping him land his dream stage role opposite the legendary Jack Lemmon early on in his career.
You don't want to mess with these women.
Actor Penn Badgley feared the wrath of his Margin Call co-star Kevin Spacey during their first meeting, because he had kept the Oscar winner waiting for an hour after becoming stuck in an elevator.
|Richard Pryor||Actor||Arlo Pear||1||1000001|
|Beverly Todd||Actor||Monica Pear||1||1000002|
|Dave Thomas||Actor||Gary Marcus||1||1000003|
|Dana Carvey||Actor||Brad Williams||1||1000004|
|Randy Quaid||Actor||Frank/Cornell Crawford||1||1000005|
|Stacey Dash||Actor||Casey Pear||1||1000007|
|Raphael Harris||Actor||Marshall Pear||1||1000008|
|Ishmael Harris||Actor||Randy Pear||1||1000009|
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|Kim Kurumada||Unit Production Manager||n/a||182||5000001|
|Marty Ewing||Assistant Director||n/a||163||5000002|
|Donald McAlpine||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
|Don Burgess||Director of Photography||director of photography 2nd unit||120780||6000002|
|Thomas Ackerman||Director of Photography||director of photography 2nd unit||120780||6000003|
|David Snyder||Production Designer||n/a||164||9000001|
|Linda DeScenna||Set Decorator||n/a||165||9000002|
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|Deborah Scott||Costume Designer||n/a||169||13000001|
|Richard Ellis||Stunt Coordinator||n/a||120804||19000001|
|Charles Schlissel||Assistant||(to producers)||120820||25000001|
|Terry Leonard||Second Unit Director||n/a||412||25000002|
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