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'Star Wars' 40th: Everything you probably never knew about the iconic film
"Star Wars" arrived in theaters 40 years ago today and is still considered one of the most groundbreaking films in cinematic history. But there are so many things you may not know about Luke, Han, Leia, Darth Vader and the rest of the gang. For example, did you know Kurt Russell auditioned and was
Diane Keaton's former Laguna Beach house is for sale
An oceanfront home in Laguna Beach, California, that once belonged to actress Diane Keaton is for sale. 989 Cliff Drive is listed for $15.9 million by Mike Johnson of Villa Real Estate. The Oscar-winning actress, best known for her roles in "Annie Hall," "Baby Boom," "The Godfather" and "The First
'The Godfather' turns 45: 10 things you may not know about the film
Believe it or not, 45 years ago today, " The Godfather " hit movie theaters across the United States. The film, starring Marlon Brando and a then-unknown Al Pacino , went on to become one of Hollywood's most commercially successful -- and critically acclaimed -- films, eventually earning more than
'The Godfather' cast to reunite at Tribeca Film Festival
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Oscars 2017: Political skits, speeches dominate show
As expected, politics played a significant role in Jimmy Kimmel's opening monologue at the 2017 Academy Awards. Kimmel started off the night on a serious note, urging everyone watching the telecast to "reach out to one person you disagree with and a have a positive conversation." He said that is
Glitz, Gowns and Politics at This Year's Oscars
This year's Academy Awards ceremony is shaping up to be one of the most political. Amid the highly charged atmosphere surrounding the Trump administration, the emphasis this year could be on what the winners say as they accept their awards. "The Oscars are always political," Sasha Stone, the
Meryl Streep's Taking on Donald Trump Wasn't the First Political Acceptance Speech
At the Golden Globes on Sunday night, Meryl Streep was honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award and gave a politically-charged acceptance speech about the importance of diversity and freedom. Though she did not reference President-elect Donald Trump by name, she mentioned a moment when "the person
Fassbender, DiCaprio, Pacino and Others Almost Cast in 'Star Wars'
"Assassin's Creed" star Michael Fassbender just told MTV News that he had talks with J.J. Abrams about possibly being in " Star Wars : The Force Awakens" last year. "I’m pretty sure I was busy doing something else in the summer," he said on Josh Horowitz's podcast , but didn't specify which role.
This Multi-Millionaire Went From Being a Homeless Heroin Addict to Juice Mogul
For a year and a half, Khalil Rafati called Skid Row in Los Angeles home. He lived on the streets, destitute and addicted to heroin . Rafati said fell into "real homelessness, where your teeth are rotting out of your head and you have a smell on your body that is so disgusting it is so unbearable."
Meryl Streep Recalls Meeting Al Pacino When 'I Was Nobody'
While promoting her new film, "Florence Foster Jenkins," acting icon Meryl Streep spoke about what it must be like for young actors and fans to meet her. This kind of accidental intimidation is close to home for the Oscar-winner since she recalls a time she was on the other side of fame. "I