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The Cast of ‘Reservoir Dogs’: Where Are They Now?

It’s been 30 years since Reservoir Dogs hit theaters on Oct. 23, 1992. Quentin Tarantino wrote and directed the film, while he also played the minor character of Mr. Brown. Reservoir Dogs follows eight gangsters that use aliases based on different colors. Following a diamond heist led by Joe Cabot (Lawrence Tierney) that goes wrong, […]

The Stars of ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’: Where Are They Now?

Audiences learned how scary summer secrets could be when I Know What You Did Last Summer hit theaters on Oct. 17, 1997. The Jim Gillespie-directed film follows friends Julie James (Jennifer Love Hewitt), Helen Shivers (Sarah Michelle Gellar), Barry Cox (Ryan Phillippe) and Ray Bronson (Freddy Prinze Jr.) as they’re stalked by hook-wielding killer Benjamin […]

‘I Am Sam’ Turns 20: Director Recalls Studio Battles, ‘Tropic Thunder’ Jab and “Directors’ Jail”

For I Am Sam director Jessie Nelson, whose film this week celebrates the 20th anniversary of its December 2001 release, her project brings back an array of memories, mostly warm and affectionate but some difficult as well. She clearly has a continued fondness for the film, stemming from the love she feels for the disability […]

‘Beauty and the Beast’ at 30: Stars Reflect on Disney Animated Film’s Legacy

Disney’s 1991 animated take on Beauty and the Beast, celebrating its 30th anniversary this month, spawned a Broadway musical and a live-action remake and earned nearly $425 million at the global box office as well as a special place in the hearts of fans and the film’s voice cast. Paige O’Hara, who voices Belle, recalled […]

‘Hard Target’ at 25: John Woo on Fighting for Respect in Hollywood

The anniversary of 'Hard Target' could have passed unmarked, but for the fact that it was legendary action director John Woo's first film in the U.S., and the first Hollywood studio film to ever be helmed by an Asian filmmaker.

‘Parker Lewis Can’t Lose’ at 25: Like “Going to the Juilliard School of Cinema”

'Parker Lewis Can't Lose' creators Clyde Phillips and Lon Diamond's innovative approach to visual storytelling would alter the TV comedy landscape in profound ways.

The Great Late-Night Poll: Where the Hosts Stand Now

Five years ago, in THR's first issue, polling firm Penn Schoen Berland evaluated the post-primetime landscape. Now, with only one host still in his seat, it went back to learn who is watching whom and why the atheists love Stephen Colbert.

The Heartbreaking Update to THR’s First Birth Announcement

Five years following the birth of their baby girl, Gracie, in THR's inaugural 'Hitched, Hatched, Hired' page, Pandora exec Tracy Zamot remembers her late husband John Loscalzo, who died of a pulmonary embolism in April.

How Beverly Hills’ Bird Streets Turned Into a Celebrity “Clusterf—”

Since THR first reported on the neighborhood's buzz in 2011, prices have soared, new properties have emerged and former A-list residents (such as Christina Aguilera and Jodie Foster) have flown the coop.

What Happened to the 2014 ‘Avatar’ Sequel? And That Wile E. Coyote Movie?

Casey Affleck joining the cast of 'Tower Heist,' 'Will and Grace's' Eric McCormack signing on to TNT's 'Perception' pilot and Jennifer Grey's move to UTA were among the items from 5 years ago on THR's first print "7 Days of Deals" page — many of which didn't pan out. Welcome to Hollywood!

TV Critic’s Notebook: 1,715 Shows and One Question, “What to Watch?”

The total number of series (and distribution platforms) has soared, leaving audiences drunk on choice with primetime, broadcast, cable and streaming TV offerings: "It goes almost without saying that qualitatively, television is off the charts today."

Jennifer Lawrence Before She Was Famous and 15 More Never-Told Stories Behind THR’s Most Memorable Covers

When Lorne Michaels refused to pick favorites to pose with him for the magazine's 'Saturday Night Live' issue, which celebrated the show's 40th anniversary, choosing castmembers for the cover shoot turned into a "political minefield."