We'll always have Van Nuys: Hangar from 'Casablanca' saved
The airport hangar facade from the opening scene of "Casablanca" has found a home after being saved from the wrecking ball a decade ago
'Common Sense With Matt Dowd'
ABC News political analyst Matt Dowd is a proud independent here to answer all of your political questions live.
'Allied' Review: Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard's Thriller Is 'Nearly Perfect'
Starring Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard Rated R Four-and-a-half out of five stars Brad Pitt has been a movie star for a long time, but it’s been a while since he’s been in a movie in which he seemed like one of the world’s greatest leading men. Let me tell you about "Allied." Every great leading
Movie Magic: "Casablanca " Piano for Sale
An iconic instrument that enchanted generations with nostalgic songs will be getting a new home.
Tim Tebow, So Utterly Un-New York, Perhaps He'll Live in New Jersey
Tim Tebow’s big introduction to the Big Apple can be summed up very simply — he is “excited” to be here. During his press conference today, the newest big name player added to the New York Jets roster said more than 30 times that he...
Best Movie Kiss Ever
In our Best in Film project, viewers rated the best movie kisses of all time.
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Documentary Highlights Renaissance of Unintentionally Hilarious 1980s Horror Flick, 'Troll 2'
Yoostar lets anyone act opposite Hepburn, Brando
You ought to be in pictures, eh? Yoostar might provide your first big break at stardom — at least in your living room or out in cyberspace. This portable movie studio is like karaoke for the movies, featuring real actors and clips from actual movies. In one scene, I took over Humphrey Bogart's role
Excerpt: 'Paul Newman: A Life'
Early on, Paul Newman realized that his good looks and baby-blue eyes would help him get in the door, but it was his work ethic that ultimately made him one of America's finest actors. In 1952, Newman went to New York for a year to prove himself and became a part of the Actors Studio. It was there