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July 13, 1984: Kirk Douglas on westerns
Douglas discusses his love for the genre and why moviegoers are attracted to them as well.
As 'Jungle Fever' Turns 25, Queen Latifah Shares Her Memories
June 7 marks 25 years since Spike Lee ’s "Jungle Fever" was released in movie theaters. The movie was the fifth film written, produced and directed by the then-burgeoning Brooklyn filmmaker. Recognized as an irreverent voice of the new pack of Hollywood filmmakers, Lee pushed the envelope with the
Audra McDonald Tops in Tonys!
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Mother Dolores Hart's Triumph in Hollywood
Oscar-nominated short documentary focuses on a former actress who became a nun.
Famed Italian Film Producer Dino De Laurentiis Dies at 91
Famed Italian film producer Dino De Laurentiis has died in Los Angeles, ending a movie career that spanned seven decades. He was 91. Many of his hundreds of movies were big productions. Some were big spectacles, such as the remake of "King Kong" in 1976 and "Conan the Barbarian" in 1982, starring a
Why Susan Boyle May Lose to Stavros Flatley
Greek Father-Son Duo Win Cheers From Viewers & Judges on 'Britain's Got Talent'
Best Coffee Table Books of the Season
'Good Morning America's' Anchors List Their Favorite Coffee Table Books of the Season
Can a Famous Name Launch a Film Career?
Jacob Gentry and Alex Motlagh are two 20-something filmmakers from Atlanta you've never heard of, but their first feature film, The Last Goodbye, could change that. Watch the full story tonight on 20/20. The film's greatest special effect maybe a marketing idea that went on behind the scenes. It's
Leaving Hollywood for a Higher Calling
Next Friday marks the 25th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death. But before he became a sexy, hip-swiveling idol, he was a somewhat shy young man who blushed in his first onscreen kiss. And Dolores Hart, the woman who gave Elvis that kiss, has an extraordinary story of her own. In the late 1950s,
Showbiz Commentary: Heidi Oringer
If I were to get holiday gifts as nondescript and boring as what Hollywood offered in the way of movies this year, I might not want to celebrate any more. There was hardly anything worth remembering entertainment-wise, so most reporters were stuck documenting the dismal behavior of the Hollywood