Reel-Important People is a monthly column that highlights those individuals in or related to the movies who have left us in recent weeks. Below you’ll find names big and small and from all areas of the industry, though each was significant to the movies in his or her own way.
Michel Brault (1928-2013) - Pioneer of the Direct Cinema style in Canada, specifically Quebec, who codirected the classic documentaries Les Raquetteurs
On those rare occasions when current and past stars of Doctor Who filmed episodes together the air has sometimes turned a tad chilly. But “Tenth Doctor” David Tennant says there were no such problems when, earlier this year, he and his TARDIS successor Matt Smith shot this November’s special 50th anniversary show.
“I suppose you’d expect me to say we’re new best friends and I love him… Continue reading David Tennant talks filming ‘Doctor Who’ 50th anniversary show: ‘It was everything I hoped’
Clear History should really consider the parenthetical title The HBO Movie With Larry David in an Insane Wig. That’s been the film’s main talking point — but a new minute-and-a-half trailer changes that, revealing more of the story line, a slew of famous faces and even a hairpiece-free David.
In the TV movie, the Curb Your Enthusiasm mastermind plays a marketing exec for a carmaker, and he’s not too… Continue reading ‘Clear History’ trailer: Larry David wigs out — VIDEO
“The X-Files” is making its way to San Diego this summer to celebrate its 20th anniversary at Comic-Con International 2013. (Yeah, you read that right, 20th anniversary.)
An ad appeared in TV Guide Magazine’s July 1 issue announcing the panel, informing that the celebration would take place on Thursday (July 18). Scheduled to attend are creator Chris Carter, as well as writer/producers David Amann, Vince
“The Walking Dead” will still have the Governor to contend with next season, and David Morrissey is set to return as a full-time regular. [Warning: If you couldn't tell by the headline, this article contains spoilers for "The Walking Dead" Season 4 and the Season 3 finale.]
The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that although Morrissey initially signed a single season contract for the “Dead” role… Continue reading 'Walking Dead' Season 4: David Morrissey's Governor will be back