|Genres||Drama, Short Film, Historical Film|
|US Release Date||11/30/-0001|
Moviemaker Joshua Newton is racing to complete the film that has become Jaws star Roy Scheider's final project, so the actor can be considered for a posthumous Best Actor Oscar.
The “perfect” con job is the premise for this near-perfect con movie.
Oscar-winning screenwriter and Kojak creator Abby Mann has died. He was 80.
The parents of R&B singer Aaliyah reached an undisclosed settlement on Thursday in a negligence lawsuit over her death in a 2001 plane crash. Also: Marilyn Manson Mark Wahlberg Matt LeBlanc David Blaine Wham-O Inc Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star Leni Riefenstahl Roman Polanski Oliver Twist
Jerry Seinfeld appeared at the Kennedy Center in Washington on Saturday and hinted at the possibility of a Seinfeld reunion during a question-and-answer session at the end of the show Britney Spears Robert Altman Denzel Washington Gene Hackma, Jennifer Connelly Judy Davis James Gandolfini Tom Hanks Yves Saint Laurent Moby Prince Edward Prince Charles Leni Riefenstahl
Alanis Morissette will begin a 12-country tour of European festivals, arenas and clubs on June 1 in Nuremberg, Germany, Reuters reports. The European tour, running through July 15, will showcase some new material, which may be included on her next release. Morissette also will play two shows in Los Angeles' El Rey Theater on May 25 and 26 and in her hometown of Ottawa, Canada, on July 1. Tickets for her Los Angeles performance are being sold exclusively through her Web site, http://alanismorisse
HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 20, 2001 - One of Hollywood's greatest filmmakers, Stanley Kramer, died on Monday, battling pneumonia. He was 87. A socially conscious director (a label he hated), Kramer made such classics as "The Defiant Ones" (1958), starring Tony Curtis and Sidney Poitier as escaped convicts; the moving if depressing ode to nuclear holocaust "On the Beach" (1959), starring Gregory Peck and Ava Gardner; and two of the most powerful courtroom dramas ever made -- "Inherit The Wind" (1960) about
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 8, 2000 -- TV's "Frasier" is talking big. Or rather, Paramount Television Group, the producer of the titular hit NBC sitcom, is. According to the Los Angeles Times, Paramount Television is asking the Peacock Network to pay $8 million per episode for Kelsey Grammer's series in contract renewal talks. But the problem is that NBC is standing firm on its existing pay rate, which amounts to about $5 million per show. According to the report, if the stalemate persists, Paramount can sh
These successful-in-the-buff stars prove the link between nudity and Oscar gold.
Amanda Bynes and Seth MacFarlane, Ryan Gosling and Sandra Bullock, and 19 other Hollywood couples that escaped your memory.
From the Pon Farr to zero-gravity lovemaking to whatever was happening in 'Barbarella'