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In Demme's eclectic career, a nonstop rock 'n' roll beat
Through Jonathan Demme's adventurous, freewheeling filmmaking life sounded a steady beat
Late director Jonathan Demme's best known films
Jonathan Demme leaves behind a huge and diverse body of work that reflects his eye for uniquely American characters, his love for rock and roll and his compassion for social injustice. The 73-year-old Oscar-winning director died early this morning of complications from esophageal cancer, ABC News
5 notable films by the late Jonathan Demme
Jonathan Demme's films ranged from concert performances to topical dramas to screwball comedies, including Oscar winners "The Silence of the Lambs" and "Philadelphia."
Tony Awards to Dedicate Show to Victims of Orlando Massacre
Tonight's Tony Awards ceremony, honoring the best in Broadway, will be dedicated to the victims of the Orlando gay club massacre – the worst mass shooting in recent U.S. history – that left at least 50 dead and scores more injured. "Our hearts are heavy for the unimaginable tragedy that happened
Why 'Allegiant -- Part 1' Falls Flat
Two out of five stars. Rated - PG-13 Starring Shailene Woodley Seeing brilliant actors participate in poorly written movies is never a fun way to spend an afternoon. The sublime Shailene Woodley is back here as Tris, the protagonist in the "Divergent" franchise. Now that she’s rescued the city of
'GMA' Hot List: Trump on Romney and Jeff Daniels Live
Donald Trump slams Mitt Romney and Jeff Daniels reveals his musical talent in today's 60-second hot list.
Jeff Daniels Jokes About Interviewing Donald Trump as Will McAvoy of 'Newsroom'
Funny man Jeff Daniels is returning to Broadway in the drama "Blackbird." The Emmy-winning actor stopped by “ Good Morning America ” today to discuss his new role, and even made a few cracks about the 2016 presidential campaign, joking that his "Newsroom" character, anchor Will McAvoy, would’ve
Oscars 2016: 'Oscars So White' Skit Features Black Actors in Nominated Movies
Heading into the Oscars, it was a given that host Chris Rock would address the lack of diversity among the nominees in a funny way. With one of the opening skits, Rock did that and more, in what is guaranteed to be one of the most buzzed-about moments of the night. In the skit, Rock re-shot
'Steve Jobs' Movie: A Who's Who Guide to Apple's Early Days
While the movie " Steve Jobs " focuses on the Apple co-founder, there are other people depicted in the film who also played a part in helping shape the company's history. Focusing on Jobs as he prepares for three different launches in his career, the movie depicts the Apple co-founder as ruthless