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William Shatner, Mia Farrow and More Hollywood Stars Pay Tribute to Brian Dennehy

In the wake of Brian Dennehy's death, Hollywood figures have taken to social media to pay tribute to the actor, who was known for such roles as basketball coach Bobby Knight, Chicago cop Jack Reed…

‘Public Morals’: TV Review

TNT's period cop drama, created by and starring indie filmmaker Edward Burns, has a lot of fun with very familiar elements.

Nathan Lane Cries During Monte Cristo Honor, Thanks ‘Iceman Cometh’: “It Doesn’t Get Any Better”

After tributes from Matthew Broderick and Brian Dennehy, Lane said of the Eugene O'Neill Center award, "It's not that I don't appreciate the gesture, it's just that, as Hillary Clinton might say…

‘Death of a Salesman’: Theater Review

Anthony Sher takes on the most iconic male role of 20th century American theater in this Royal Shakespeare Company production of Arthur Miller's perennially relevant social drama.

‘The Iceman Cometh’: Theater Review

Nathan Lane and Brian Dennehy headline Robert Falls' acclaimed production for the Goodman Theatre of Eugene O'Neill's classic drama.

The Most Anticipated New York Theater of 2015

THR's lead theater critic picks 20 eagerly awaited shows of the winter-spring season, with a teen vampire, two English monarchs and a hip-hop founding father

Watch the Trailer for Terrence Malick’s ‘Knight of Cups’

Christian Bale takes on the L.A. filmmaking world in Terrence Malick's movie

‘Love Letters’ Cut Short on Broadway

The two-character play with a rotating star cast had been scheduled to run through Feb. 15 but will now close Sunday

Amazon Announces Full Lineup for First 2015 Pilot Season

Carlton Cuse, Ridley Scott, Shawn Ryan, Alex Gibney, Brian Dennehy, Rachel Dratch and Kris Kristofferson are among the talent involved with the seven shows set to debut on the streaming service early…

‘Love Letters’: Theater Review

Brian Dennehy and Mia Farrow are up first in A.R. Gurney's intimate two-hander, with Carol Burnett, Alan Alda, Candice Bergen, Anjelica Huston and Martin Sheen to follow

Tonys: ‘Love Letters,’ ‘Boyhood’ and the Many Ways of Depicting the Passage of Time Through Art

The new Broadway revival, the year's most acclaimed film and several new YouTube videos all employ different methods of tackling the same challenge

Carol Burnett, Candice Bergen, Anjelica Huston, Martin Sheen Set for ‘Love Letters’

Mia Farrow, Alan Alda, Brian Dennehy, Stacy Keach and Diana Rigg are also part of rotating casts for the Broadway revival of the 1988 A.R. Gurney play, opening Sept. 18.