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Oscars 2016: Abe Vigoda Missing From In Memoriam at Oscars
Dave Grohl played "Blackbird" during a really touching In Memoriam tribute at last night's Oscars. Some of the names mentioned during the performance included Alan Rickman and David Bowie , but one name was noticeably missing from the list. Abe Vigoda, who died in January at the age of 94, starred
Coppola, Eternal Film Student, on His Robust Life in Cinema
Francis Ford Coppola's imprint on Hollywood, the movies and American culture has long been set in stone, even if the chameleonic writer-director remains perpetually in flux
Abe Vigoda Dies at Age 94
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Abe Vigoda Dead at 94: Stars React to Loss
Longtime actor Abe Vigoda died on Tuesday at the age of 94. As soon as the news broke, stars of stage and screen took to social media to pay tribute. The "Godfather" star had been an actor for about half a century, with featured roles in series like "Barney Miller" and "Fish" and movies like "Look
Abe Vigoda Dead at 94: Remembering His Most Famous Roles
Abe Vigoda died today, his daughter Carol Vigoda Fuchs told ABC News. The actor was 94. According to Vigoda Fuchs, he had not been sick. “He was right there in my house,” Vigoda Fuchs said, adding that her father lived alone in Manhattan but was staying with her in New Jersey because of the recent
Golden State Warriors Reach NBA Finals for First Time Since 1975
The Golden State Warriors ' defeat of the Houston Rockets Wednesday catapulted the California team to the NBA finals for the first time in 40 years. In 1975, Golden State beat the Washington Bullets to win the title. The year was 1975. In a major upset, the Warriors swept the Bullets in four games
Al Pacino on 'Danny Collins' Role, What Keeps Him Going
In talking about his new film, Pacino reveals why he almost was fired from 'The Godfather.'
Al Pacino Says He Was Almost Fired From 'The Godfather'
Can you imagine “ The Godfather ” without Al Pacino ? The actor says he was almost fired from his iconic role as Michael Corleone in the epic 1972 film. “They wanted to fire me when I was on the picture [during] the shooting, first couple of weeks,” Pacino told ABC News’ “Nightline.” “Because they
Al Pacino Shines In 'The Humbling'
Film legend Al Pacino discusses his newest role and remarkable career on 'Popcorn with Peter Travers'.