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The Mummy Through the Years: How the Monster Has Evolved on the Big Screen

The newest adventure with the famous creature — starring Tom Cruise, Sofia Boutella and Annabelle Wallis — hits theaters June 9.

Emmys 2015 “In Memoriam”: Who Got Snubbed

Alton "Ben" Powers, Christopher Lee and Yvonne Craig were among the notables not included in the ceremony's video segment.

6 Different Portrayals of Dentist Villains in Films

In the wake of public outrage against Walter Palmer, the Minnesota dentist who killed Zimbabwe's beloved Cecil the lion, THR looks at six onscreen portrayals of evil dentists in film.

Wes Craven Remembers Christopher Lee: “A Man of Infinite Class and Talent”

The British horror film icon, who achieved screen immortality as Dracula, died June 7 in London at 93 and "lived life to the fullest," Craven tells THR.

Johnny Depp Remembers Christopher Lee: “As Noble and Gallant as He Was Wise”

The two actors appeared together in five films directed by Tim Burton.

Chloe Grace Moretz Remembers Co-Star Christopher Lee: “He Always Helped Me Keep My Head Up”

The young actress, who worked with Lee in 'Hugo' and 'Dark Shadows,' recalled the influence he had on her.

Christopher Lee’s Most Iconic Roles

The British star, who died this week aged 93, played on-screen villians from Dracula and Frankenstein to Fu Manchu, Scaramanga, Saruman and Count Dooku.

Film Industry Pays Tribute to Christopher Lee

Elijah Wood, Chloe Grace Moretz, Josh Gad, Dominic Monaghan, Neil Gaiman and Martin Scorsese are among those mourning the death of the British horror icon.

Christopher Lee, Legendary Movie Villain and Horror Icon, Dies at 93

Among the bad guys played by the British star: Dracula, Fu Manchu, Scaramanga, Saruman and Count Dooku.

‘Greatest Story Ever Told’ Actress Joanna Dunham Dies at 78

The British actress had been recommended for the role in the 1965 blockbuster by Marilyn Monroe

The Wicker Man: The Final Cut: Film Review

Digitally restored with the blessing of director Robin Hardy, this vintage British shocker retains its potent mix of pagan horror and trippy hippie weirdness.