Ned Beatty, the indelible character actor whose first film role as a genial vacationer brutally raped by a backwoodsman in 1972’s “Deliverance” launched him on a long, prolific and accomplished career, has died. He was 83.
Tamia Dow retired in 2012 from the Metropolitan Police Department as a detective who specialized in domestic violence cases. Now, nine years later, she’s developed a second career as a filmmaker.
‘Avengers’ actor adapts spontaneous, vulnerable Loki in Disney+ series.
The Pulitzer Prize winner for ‘Hamilton’ also talks diversity in performing arts, love of writing.
“101 Dalmatians” prequel offers actress Emma Stone a chance to play intriguing, evil character.
Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot Janssen vaccine will be offered as well as the Pfizer vaccine.
Amazon is paying $8.45 billion for MGM, making it the company’s second-largest acquisition after it bought grocer Whole Foods for nearly $14 billion in 2017.
Eric Bana said the film conveys the terror of living without enough water. “In a drought, there is this sense of being trapped,” Bana said.
Charles Grodin, the droll, offbeat actor and writer who scored as a caddish newlywed in “The Heartbreak Kid” and later had roles ranging from Robert De Niro’s counterpart in the comic thriller “Midnight Run” to the bedeviled father in the “Beethoven” comedies, has died. He was 86.
Las Vegas has been destroyed in movies big and small over the years, but never quite as precisely as it is in the Netflix spectacle.
“Wolfgang” is directed by David Gelb of “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” fame and will debut June 25 on Disney+.
Only a handful of local cinemas remain closed from the pandemic.
He worked steadily as a TV actor and director in the early 1950s, but the political liberal found his career in jeopardy during the Hollywood blacklist period.
TV credits included a stint as co-host of “America’s Funniest People” and on the reality shows “The Surreal Life” and “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.”