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Miiko Taka, Marlon Brando’s Co-Star in ‘Sayonara,’ Dies at 97

Miiko Taka, who made her film debut with a starring turn opposite Marlon Brando in Sayonara, the 1957 Korean War-set drama about “defiant desire,” has died. She was 97. News of her death was posted Jan. 4 on social media by a grandson. Details of her death were not available, with her son informing The […]

‘When Harry Met Sally,’ ‘Iron Man,’ ‘Little Mermaid,’ ‘Hairspray,’ ‘House Party,’ ‘Carrie’ Enter National Film Registry

When Harry Met Sally …, Iron Man, The Little Mermaid, Hairspray, House Party and Carrie are among the 25 cinematic gems chosen this year for the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry, it was announced Wednesday. Also voted in: Cyrano de Bergerac (1950), which made José Ferrer the first Hispanic actor to win the Oscar […]

Carl Kleinschmitt, Writer on ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show’ and ‘M*A*S*H,’ Dies at 85

Carl Kleinschmitt, the sitcom writer who worked on The Dick Van Dyke Show and M*A*S*H and created two series starring Sandy Duncan and the football comedy 1st and Ten, has died. He was 85. Kleinschmitt died Thursday night of complications from MDS cancer (a blood disorder) at his Atwater Village home in Los Angeles, a […]

Joanne Koch, Influential Film Society of Lincoln Center Executive, Dies at 92

Joanne Koch, the longtime executive director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center who helped shape the culture of cinema in New York and around the world, has died. She was 92. Koch died Tuesday in New York, a spokesperson for Film at Lincoln Center, as the organization is now known, told The Hollywood Reporter. Koch, […]

Bill Robinson, Rep for Carol Burnett, James Garner and Many More, Dies at 92

Bill Robinson, the well-liked talent agent and manager who represented the likes of Audrey Hepburn, Alan Arkin, Carol Burnett, James Garner and Robert Duvall during his long career, has died. He was 92. Robinson died Aug. 6 at his home in Malibu after a long illness, his family announced. Robinson’s clients also included Judith Anderson, […]

Turner Classic Movies Teams Up With Julien’s Auctions (Exclusive)

An Audrey Hepburn Breakfast at Tiffany’s dress by Hubert de Givenchy, a shield carried by Chris Evans in Captain America: The First Avenger, and a 1920s yacht seen in 1957’s Pal Joey are among the high-profile lots in a July sale that also celebrates a just-announced collaboration between Julien’s Auctions and Turner Classic Movies. Since […]

Rooney Mara to Star in Apple Studios’ Audrey Hepburn Biopic Directed by Luca Guadagnino

Rooney Mara is set to star in and produce a biopic of legendary Oscar-winning actress Audrey Hepburn, which will be directed by Call Me by Your Name filmmaker Luca Guadagnino, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. The prestige project is set up at Apple Studios, another coup for the tech giant’s fledgling film studio. Michael Mitnick […]

Beyonce and Jay-Z Appear in “Moon River” Tiffany Commercial, Release Details on HBCU Scholarships

The cultural impact of “Tiffany Blue” reached new heights when Beyoncé and Jay-Z appeared in Tiffany & Co.’s About Love campaign in late August, pictured with a previously unseen and privately owned Jean-Michel Basquiat painting titled “Equals Pi.” Fittingly, the work’s backdrop is a bright, robin’s egg blue not unlike the boxes Tiffany’s jewelry comes […]

‘Audrey’: Film Review

Deploying a mix of film excerpts, interviews and audio clips of the star herself, 'Audrey' pays tribute to eternal movie icon Audrey Hepburn.

Peter Larkin, Noted Broadway and Hollywood Production Designer, Dies at 93

Peter Larkin, the four-time Tony winner who designed the sets for the original Broadway productions of 'Peter Pan,' 'The Teahouse of the August Moon' and 'No Time for Sergeants' and for films including 'Tootsie' and 'Get Shorty,' has died. He was 93.

New Book Spotlights Never-Before-Seen Images of Audrey Hepburn

The new book 'Always Audrey' showcases never-before-seen images of Audrey Hepburn by six legendary photographers (including Terry O'Neill, Douglas Kirkland and Eva Sereny, who all reminisced with The Hollywood Reporter).

Critic’s Picks: A July To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Hollywood on location; classic noir and screwball comedy; two Kurosawa gems; and an eclectic 1960s primer for Quentin Tarantino's latest are among this month's highlights in Los Angeles retrospective and revival houses.