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The 10 Best Moments from Marvel’s Phase One Movies by Evan Saathoff
Check Out This Trippy Alternate Poster for ‘Room 237′ (Exclusive) by Erik Davis
Dialogue: Jon M. Chu on Future ‘G.I. Joe’ Movies, Standalone Sequels, ‘He-Man’ and More by Todd Gilchrist
Which Rusty Griswold Is Ed Helms Playing in ‘Vacation’? by John Gholson
Disney’s 2015 Film Slate Is Insane: ‘The Avengers 2,’ ‘Pirates 5,’ ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Ant-Man,’ ‘Finding Dory’… Continue reading Best of the Week: Horror Movies Everywhere, Remembering Roger Ebert, and More
Given how fond we are of our anti-heroes, it’s a wonder that John Garfield doesn’t loom larger in our moviegoing memory.
We love our Sean Penns and Ryan Goslings, our Al Pacinos and Robert De Niros, our James Deans and Marlon Brandos and Montgomery Clifts. But Garfield (who was born 100 years ago this week, on March 4, 1913) was there before all of them. The star of “The Postman Always… Continue reading John Garfield at 100: Remembering Hollywood's Original Rebel
Ernest Borgnine, who died Sunday at 95, is remembered mostly for his tough-guy roles, but he could be surprisingly tender as well, as he proved with his Oscar-winning portrayal as the lovelorn butcher in “Marty.” The versatile star turned out to be equally adept at heroes and villains, comedy and drama, leading man and character parts.
The descendant of an Italian count, Borgnine always came off as a regular guy (one… Continue reading Remembering Ernest Borgnine: His 10 Must-See Movies
Whitney Houston, who passed away suddenly on Saturday afternoon at the age of 48, will be forever remembered as a once-in-a-generation singer, but Houston’s work as an actress showed her incredible talents weren’t limited to just the stage.
Houston starred in three films between 1992 and 1996, working opposite Oscar-nominated actors like Kevin Costner, Denzel Washington and Angela Bassett. Her screen debut was as singer Rachel Marron in the smash-hit romance… Continue reading Whitney Houston Dies: Remembering Her Finest Onscreen Moment In 'The Bodyguard'
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Tomorrow is 11/11/11 — Remembrance Day times 3, or Veteran’s Day if you’re in the U.S. The day marks the official end of World War I… Continue reading Girls on Film: Remembering Actresses We Wish Were Around Today