Citizen Kane News
The Best and Worst of 'The Bachelor' Premiere
From giant rose hats to a mini-horse, "The View" co-host Michelle Collins recaps the dramatic first episode.
From James Bond to Luke Skywalker: The Movies Leading Hollywood Right Now
Favorite actor - go. Matt Dowd: You tell me Daniel Day Lewis is in a movie, I’ll go see it. LZ Granderson: Meryl Streep could play MLK Jr and I would see it. MD: Isn’t there a movie now where she’s a bit part? LZ: "Suffragette." MD: Right, just a very bit part. Did you see "Sophie’s Choice"? LZ: Of
Teen Locked in Apartment for Years Makes First Trip Outside Alone
brothers locked in a cramped apartment for 14 years. Their father gave them free rein to just one thing -- movies. They were the boys' only window to the outside world. Losing themselves in the wilderness of "The last of the mohicans," the streets of sicily in "The godfather" and the gritty New
Major Cities Consider a Ban on Snow Sledding
There's snow on the ground as you know and all parts of the country this morning and for lots of kids that means it's time to break out the sleds. Did you guys do that as kids? Of course. Big time. We did that one time in Mississippi. I did it yesterday. You know, some cities and up tos are now
Sledding Ban Puts a Damper on Winter Fun
Some cities are outlawing this beloved childhood winter activity over fear of injuries and lawsuits.
8 Holiday Gifts for People You Dislike
Nothing quite says the holidays like having to spend time with people you don't like -- the cousin who smokes green cigars, the not-even-an-acquaintance who insists on a big, wet kiss underneath the mistletoe. True, you could convey your dislike for them by getting them no gift at all. But why not
World News 4/04: Pulitzer Prize Winning Film Critic Roger Ebert Dead at 70
More threats from North Korea; Britney Griner and the NBA, car survival tips in a storm.
Look Back at Making of 'Wizard of Oz'
On-Set Mishaps, Cast and Crew Changes and Box Office Losses Nearly Doomed Original 'Oz'
'Vertigo' Ousts 'Citizen Kane' on Sight & Sound's Top Films List
Alfred Hitchcock fans rejoice: “Vertigo,” which is widely considered the filmmaker’s masterpiece, has come out on top of Sight & Sound magazine’s list of the top 50 greatest films of all time. Hitchcock’s 1958 dark psychological thriller, which focuses on an acrophobic San Francisco detective’s...