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Actress Penelope Wilton on Becoming a Dame
Penelope Wilton plays Queen Elizabeth II in the movie adaptation of Roald Dahl 's children's book "The BFG" (Big Friendly Giant). Wilton stopped by "GMA" this morning to discuss playing her majesty and what it was like to be bestowed the noble title of Dame by the queen herself. "It was rather
'The Shallows' Review: Blake Lively's New Film Is 'Pretty Much Perfect'
Starring Blake Lively Rated PG-13 Four out of five stars Forty-one years ago, Steven Spielberg scared an entire planet with "Jaws." It’s a great movie that, to this day, has me leery of swimming in the ocean. But enough about my personal phobias. I consider every single movie about sharks,
Spielberg Praises the Late Anton Yelchin as 'So Good'
Steven Spielberg praises the late actor Anton Yelchin, whom he cast as a boy in the 2002 miniseries "Taken."
This Week in History: June 19-25
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
In Cult of TCM, Front Row Is Lined With Filmmakers
In the cult of Turner Classic Movies, front row is lined with filmmakers from Martin Scorsese to Paul Thomas Anderson
Broadway Stars Record Song to Support LGBT Center of Central Florida
A good newscast. "Pop news." Here we go, everybody. We'll begin with a whole lot of love for Orlando. Some of Broadway's and Hollywood's biggest stars rallying together to support the lgbt community inspired by the "We are the world" charity track, a galaxy of stars including adieen Ina Menzel,
Harrison Ford Won't Die in New 'Indiana Jones,' Says Steven Spielberg
In a sweeping " Hollywood Reporter " interview about his legendary career and new production shingle Amblin Partners, Steven Spielberg let slip he's "super excited" about the fifth Indiana Jones film, slated for a July 2019 release. "I think this one is straight down the pike for the fans," said
Exclusive: NBA Icon Kobe Bryant Talks Game Plan After Hoops
Kobe Bryant may have retired this past April after 20 years in the NBA , but the icon is not "ansty" at all. "I've been keeping busy," he told ABC News with a smile when asked if he misses the game. The five-time NBA champion opened up about his game plan after basketball, which includes his own
Kobe Bryant on Life After Basketball, Next Step Producing Films
Kobe Bryant has been here before. In a warehouse of the growing art district in downtown Los Angeles, Bryant quietly and calmly enters a room full of basketball stars and top-notch gamers. It's a blend of cultures that is becoming more common as eGaming becomes a full-fledged career, not just a