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‘Erin Brockovich,’ 20 Years Later: “I See So Many of Us Finding That Courage to Stand Up”

Erin Brockovich, the activist who inspired Steven Soderbergh's 2000 drama, reflects on the film's legacy amid current crises as citizens "no longer have the comfort to believe an agency has our back."

50 Years Later, Dick Van Dyke Can’t Forget His “Bad Guy” Silent-Movie Clown Role

A half-century after the actor and director Carl Reiner tried depicting the life of churlish silent movie star in 'The Comic,' both Hollywood icons reflect on the career footnote: "What we were going for, really, was authenticity."

Hilary Swank Reflects on ‘Boys Don’t Cry’: “It’s Such an Important Story for People to Know”

Hilary Swank, along with co-stars Peter Sarsgaard, Lecy Goranson and Chloe Sevigny, as well as director and co-writer Kimberly Peirce and producer Christine Vachon reflect on the making of 'Boys Don't Cry.'

Jack the Ripper, H.G. Wells and, Nearly, Mick Jagger: ‘Time After Time’ Stars on a Curious Film, 40 Years Later

'Time After Time' original stars Mary Steenburgen, Malcolm McDowell, David Warner and director Nicholas Meyer recall the winding journey to the big screen in 1979: "I thought, 'My career’s done.'"

“I Wasn’t Bluffing”: M. Night Shyamalan Recalls ‘Sixth Sense’ Pitch and Frenzy That Followed

How 'The Sixth Sense' became a blockbuster: M. Night Shyamalan, Haley Joel Osment, Donnie Wahlberg and those close to the making of the project reflect on its legacy: "We went from 'Hey, this is a fun movie' to 'people are really taking this seriously.'"

“Tell Me We Haven’t Blown It”: Peter Fonda Reflects on ‘Easy Rider’ and Its Unanswered Question

Peter Fonda, editor Henry Jaglom, actress Toni Basil and veteran filmmaker Henry Jaglom and filmmaker Roger Corman reflect on the making of 'Easy Rider' 50 years later.

“Universal Was Not Afraid”: Spike Lee Reflects on the Fearmongering That First Met ‘Do the Right Thing’

Universal is pulling out all the stops for the 30th anniversary of the release of Spike Lee’s masterpiece 'Do the Right Thing,' bringing the new 4K restoration of the lauded racial drama to theaters on June 28 and to select one-day only showings on June 30, the actual day of its limited release in 1989.