|US Release Date||11/30/1942|
These great actors star in multiple bad movies.
Actress Emmy Rossum gets upset when fans of her hit U.S. TV show Shameless thinks she's really as wild and sexually-active as her character in the series - because in real-life, the star is nothing like the loose girl she plays.
Actress Emmy Rossum has to steer clear of gluten in her diet or risk having "Angelina Jolie" lips.
One of actress Emmy Rossum's nannies as a child was awarded a medal by Adolf Hitler for her singing skills.
Actress Emmy Rossum has a con-cat for a pet after the creature duped her into thinking he had cancer when she found him on the streets of Chicago, Illinois.
Actress Emmy Rossum has just returned home to America from a nightmare winter break in Britain, during which she experienced post-traumatic stress disorder after a rollercoaster ride and suffered food poisoning.
Rapper Tupac Shakur reportedly auditioned for a starring role in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace before his death in 1996.
Beloved British actresses Angela Lansbury and Penelope Keith have landed Dame titles in Queen Elizabeth II's annual New Year Honours List.
Emmy Rossum's festive vacation has taken an unfortunate turn as the actress is battling a nasty bout of food poisoning.
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|Susanna Foster||Actor||Christine Dubois||1||1000002|
|Claude Rains||Actor||Enrique Claudin||1||1000003|
|Edgar Barrier||Actor||Raoul DeChagny||1||1000004|
|Barbara Everest||Actor||The Aunt||1||1000006|
|Fritz Leiber||Actor||Franz Liszt||1||1000017|
|William Wymetal||Director||stage director(opera sequences)||2||2000002|
|John Jacoby||Writer (adaptation)||adaptation||120896||4000003|
|Gaston Leroux||Source Material (from novel)||("Le fantome de l'opera")||120793||4000004|
|Edward Ward||Music||music director||120781||8000001|
|Edward Ward||Music||music score(operatic)||120781||8000002|
|Edward Ward||Song||("Lullaby of the Bells")||120859||8000004|
|George Waggner||Theme Lyrics||lyrics("Lullaby of the Bells")||120861||8000005|
|Alexander Golitzen||Art Director||art direction||183||9000001|
|John Goodman||Art Director||art direction||183||9000002|
Monster movies (or creature features as many call them) have been scaring the pants off of audiences with their faction of freaks since the Silent Era. This week, one of the most treasured characters in film history is set to return with the help of director Joe Johnston and Benicio Del Toro in The Wolfman and we thought it would be nice to reintroduce you to some of the characters in the creepy collective.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.