|US Release Date||06/30/1971|
The greatest hits of the newest AFI Lifetime Achievement Award recipient.
The things they say:
The actor/director will helm a Cuban military drama.
Barbarella legend Jane Fonda has never considered herself a sex symbol, insisting she has worked hard to be taken seriously as an actress.
Celebrity photographer Bob Willoughby has died, aged 82.
Jaws star Roy Scheider is recovering after undergoing hospital treatment to combat cancer.
As much as In the Cut wants to push the envelope with its sexuality, and as much as Meg Ryan wants to win an Academy Award, unfortunately, neither makes the cut.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 14, 1999 Ð Late-night TV host David Letterman underwent emergency multiple-bypass heart surgery in New York today, one day after revealing on his CBS program that he was to undergo tests to determine if he had arterial disease. Letterman's prognosis for recovery was said to be excellent. CBS will air reruns of "The Late Show with David Letterman" until its titular host returns. "Dave has the heart muscle of a 20-year-old,'' Letterman surgeon Dr. O. Wayne Isom told repo
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 4, 2000 -- No more "Barbarella" screenings on TBS? No "Klute" tributes on TNT? The mind boggles with the potential fallout of today's bombshell announcement: Cable mogul Ted Turner and movie-star wife Jane Fonda are separating after nine years of power-couple happiness. In a brief statement issued (where else?) via Turner's CNN, the two said: "While we continue to be committed to the long-term success of our marriage, we find ourselves at a juncture where we must eac
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 3, 2000 -- The "American Psycho" saga has taken another twist. After the movie ratings board made a final 11-4 ruling Wednesday upholding the film's NC-17 rating, Lions Gate Releasing announced that director Mary Harron will re-edit the film to achieve an R. The film, which opens in April, stars Christian Bale as a young executive with a psychopathic taste for murder; it was given its rating for a scene depicting group sex among Bale and two prostitutes. But not to wor
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