Harvey Keitel News
Chatting and rough-housing with Harvey Keitel
Keitel looks back on the 25th anniversary of "Reservoir Dogs" and "interrogates" our reporters Michael Rothman and Walt Hickey.
Michael Madsen thinks back on 'Reservoir Dogs' 25 years later
Live from the red carpet for the 'Reservoir Dogs' 25th anniversary, actor, Madsen reminisces on his experience with the movie.
Robert De Niro Discusses Admiration for Pres. Obama and Rally Against Trump
Oscar winner talks about his new movie and why he felt compelled to punch Trump in the face.
Leslie Mann, Robert De Niro Discuss 'The Comedian' Live on 'GMA'
every day. He talked about how he thought I was a better actress than Meryl Streep all the time. He was -- yeah. He's the ultimate co-star. Yes. No, it was amazing. I feel so lucky, you know. He's -- you know that. I tell you that. Yeah, I know. We tell each other. All the time. But you, Robert,
Martin Scorsese Talks About His Upcoming Film 'Silence'
The critically acclaimed director discusses his new film and reflects on his career.
5 Ways 'Taxi Driver' Changed Movies, Made History
It's been 40 years since "Taxi Driver" first hit theaters, grabbing us by the throat and dragging us into Travis Bickle's dark, twisted world. The film, which starred Robert De Niro , Jodie Foster and Harvey Keitel , was an instant classic, the 12th top-grossing movie of 1976, and earned four
Why a Two-Time Oscar-Winner Still Takes Acting Classes
Jane Fonda appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" and talks about her newest film role in "Youth."
David Beckham Stars in Short Film, Hugh Jackman and Jim Carrey Do Impressions And Much More in Pop News
Good afternoon I'm Rebecca Jarvis and you're the hottest pop news stories buzzing online right now. Look at Hollywood David Beckham is showing off his acting job. The footballer turned fashion icon is taking on a starring role in a short film alongside acting great Harvey Keitel. The film called
Hillary Clinton Speaks Out Against U.S. Use of Torture
Hillary Clinton spoke out against the use of waterboarding torture during a Tuesday speech in New York City, strongly condemning the tactics for the first time since the recent release of a Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA interrogation methods from a decade ago. "Today we can say again