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Honorary Oscar Winner Eli Wallach Dies at the Age of 98
Eli Wallach, whose decades-long career included roles "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," "The Magnificent Seven," and other notable films, died today, ABC News has confirmed with a spokesperson for his family. He was 98. The New York Times first confirmed the news with Wallach's daughter. Wallach
'Oz the Great and Powerful' and Other Oz Remakes and Spinoffs
L. Frank Baum's Classic Tale Has Been Done and Redone Several Times Over the Years
Missing Baby Ayla Reynolds: Police Release Details
Let's bring in legal analyst Dan Abrams and an Atlanta Nancy Grace the host of Nancy Grace on HL Ann and Nancy let me Begin. With the pick up right where Lindsay went off right there seeing the police do not believe. The story they're being told it sure seems like they believe that the father and
Remembering Sidney Lumet
of America's great directors has died in the met who left the world with so many classics. And is immortal movie line. I present it. Network was should be limits satirical look at television news. One of the iconic movies fifty year film directing career told powerful moral tales from the hole in.
Director Sidney Lumet Dies at 86
Director behind "Network," "Dog Day Afternoon" and "12 Angry Men" Died in New York.
Next Act for Gloria Vanderbilt: Racy Romance Novel
Hair Brush Spanking, Whips and Chains: Heiress Says Friends Advised Her Against Publishing
Actresses Get Naked After 40
Sandra Bullock waited until she was 44. Diane Keaton was nearly 60. Both actresses bared all on the big screen at an age when most women are doing their best to cover up their bodies. Bullock had tongues wagging over her first nude scene in the new film "The Proposal," which debuted July 10 at the
Actor Quits Big Break on Rabbis' Orders
It's every aspiring actor's dream -- the big break. So 25-year-old Abraham Karpen was the envy of every Shia Lebouf wannabe when he was cast as Natalie Portman's husband in the film "New York I Love You." But Karpen isn't going to be on the red-eye to La-la-land any time soon because last week the
Newman on DVD: A Dozen Picks from a Superb Career
In his five-decade evolution from hunk-ish Actors Studio rebel to the voice of Doc Hudson in Pixar's 2006 "Cars," Paul Newman was initially admired for a forceful presence (one not exactly diminished by his looks). And, eventually, he came to be both admired and beloved on an extraordinary number
New on DVD: Statham Pulls Off Another Heist in 'Bank Job'
Trafic * * * ½ (out of four), 1971, '72 in the USA, Criterion, unrated, $40 Drivers congest highways, while many of their cars inevitably end up as twisted scrap. The final "Monsieur Hulot" comedy from France's Jacques Tati couldn't possibly be more topical. Back story: Meanwhile,