Billy Wilder News
60 years later, Kim Novak reflects on 'Vertigo'
60 years later, Kim Novak reflects on 'Vertigo,' the Me Too movement and quitting Hollywood
Marine Robot Finds a 'Monster' in the Depths of Scotland's Loch Ness
A monster has been discovered in Scotland's famous Loch Ness -- but not exactly the Nessie that enthusiasts of the elusive creature may have been hoping for. Scientists and experts were surveying the 755-foot deep body of water with a marine robot when they stumbled upon a 30-foot monster model
Carol Burnett and the Savvy Contract that Led to The Carol Burnett Show
The legendary actress talks to Peter Travers about launching her variety show and her least favorite role.
Garry Marshall Returns to Off-Broadway with New Premiere Play
The all-star director of TV and film discusses bringing the dark noir "Billy and Ray" to life.
Marilyn Monroe: 50 Years After Her Death
Marilyn Monroe, shown in this image taken by her makeup artist, would be 86 had she not died 50 years ago, Aug. 5, 1962. Here are more images of the actress-sex symbol. Actress Marilyn Monroe on the set of “The Seven Year Itch,” directed by...
ABC News Update
Hello everyone I'm Stephanie in New York a sprawling storm is bringing high winds flooding and tornado watches along the eastern seaboard today. Parts of North Carolina have seen more than twenty inches of rain since it started falling on Sunday ABC's John Hendrick has more. The remnants of
Tony Curtis' Iconic Performance: 'Some Like It Hot'
News of the passing of legendary movie actor Tony Curtis has no doubt sent millions of film aficionados to their stash of DVDs. And as they comb through the pile, most will no doubt pull out "Some Like It Hot," the 1959 gem directed by Billy Wilder that co-starred Marilyn Monroe and Jack Lemmon. In
JD Salinger Dies at 91
Author J.D. Salinger , who wrote the iconic "Catcher in the Rye," has died at age 91. The author's son, through Salinger's literary agent, said Salinger died at his home in New Hampshire of natural causes. For several generations of American high school students, the "Catcher in the Rye" was a
Sinatra's Big Screen Memories Live On
ABC's Bill Diehl talks to the author of a new book on Sinatra's "reel" roles.
Robert Wagner on Life, Career and Natalie
With five decades as an actor under his belt, Robert Wagner has a lot of stories to tell, and in his new memoir, "Pieces of My Heart," he opens up about his career and personal life. The star of such films like "Kiss Before Dying," "The Longest Day" and "The Pink Panther," Wagner talks about about