Our Favorite Videos: Movie Icons

7:04 AM 11/18/2015

by THR Staff

Hollywood film icons are the focus in this segment of our look back at the Top 100 videos of the first five years of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

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  • Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon

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    The actresses reminisce about their 1991 film Thelma and Louise and reveal that people are shocked when they see them walking down the street. "I thought it was a cowboy movie with women and trucks, instead of guys and horses," says Sarandon in a 2014 interview.

  • Sidney Poitier

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    Oscar winner Sidney Poitier's daughters talk about their father being strict and also how he has guided them through their acting careers. "His curious and creative mind is something that he passed down to us," added Sydney in June 2013. "We're blessed to have to have him as a dad, and the world knows him as a iconic, legendary historical figure and he is also all of those things but he is also a really good dad."

     

  • Ryan O’Neal with Ali MacGraw

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    The Love Story duo reunited for the play Love Letters, which, according to producer Nelle Nugent, was inspired by the duo's "chemistry" in a THR photo spread in 2014.

  • 'Wolf of Wall Street' Roundtable

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    Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese, along with Jonah Hill and writer Terence Winter, join THR's Stephen Galloway in December 2013 for an in-depth look at their awards contender. The Oscar-winning director shares the advice that he got from Steven Spielberg, and DiCaprio opens up about playing one Wall Street's biggest players, Jordan Belfort.

  • Legendary Movie Producers

    Jon Landau (Titanic), Jonathan Gordon (American Hustle), Mike Medavoy (Black Swan), Jason Reitman (Up in the Air), Stacey Sher (Django Unchained), Mel Gibson (Braveheart), Quincy Jones (The Color Purple) and 32 more producers reminisce about their award-worthy movies and attending the Academy Awards in 2014. "It is a family," says Quincy Jones.

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