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William Smith, Action Actor and Star of ‘Laredo’ and ‘Rich Man, Poor Man,’ Dies at 88

William Smith, the rugged actor who starred on television on Laredo, Rich Man, Poor Man and Hawaii Five-O and went toe-to-toe with Clint Eastwood and Rod Taylor in two of the more remarkable brawls in movie history, has died. He was 88. Smith died Monday at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, his wife, Joanne […]

Buddy Van Horn, Clint Eastwood’s Stunt Double and Director, Dies at 92

Buddy Van Horn, a stuntman who often doubled for Clint Eastwood and directed the actor in the films Any Which Way You Can, The Dead Pool and Pink Cadillac, died May 11, his family announced. He was 92. Van Horn worked with Eastwood and his Malpaso Productions on nearly three dozen movies over more than […]

‘Manhunt: Deadly Games’: TV Review

Just months after Clint Eastwood's film, Richard Jewell's story gets a more nuanced retelling in 'Deadly Games,' Spectrum Original's new season of the 'Manhunt' anthology bumped from Discovery.

Gregg Rudloff, Three-Time Oscar-Winning Sound Mixer, Dies at 63

Gregg Rudloff, the prolific Hollywood sound man who won Academy Awards for his work on 'Glory,' 'The Matrix' and 'Mad Max: Fury Road,' has died. He was 63.

Sondra Locke, Oscar-Nominated Actress for ‘The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter,’ Dies at 74

Sondra Locke, the Oscar-nominated actress who made six movies with live-in lover Clint Eastwood before their relationship disintegrated and she sued him for palimony and then fraud, has died. She was 74.

Bill Gold, Iconic Master of the Movie Poster, Dies at 97

His résumé included 'Casablanca,' 'A Clockwork Orange,' 'The Exorcist,' 'Dog Day Afternoon' and decades' worth of Eastwood films.

‘Erase and Forget’: Film Review | Berlin 2017

Documentary director Andrea Luka Zimmerman embeds herself with Bo Gritz, the Special Forces veteran whose bloodthirsty real-life exploits inspired Rambo and others, in 'Erase and Forget.'

DGA Noms: The Story Behind the Snub Everyone’s Talking About (Analysis)

Was 'Selma' director Ava DuVernay excluded because she's black, because she's a woman or because Paramount never mailed DGA members screeners of the film? THR's awards analyst suggests the answer may be none of the above.

Brian G. Hutton, Director of ‘Kelly’s Heroes’ and ‘Where Eagles Dare,’ Dies at 85

UPDATED: The onetime actor also helmed 'The First Deadly Sin' with Frank Sinatra and two films starring Elizabeth Taylor

Clint Eastwood’s Longtime Rep Honored by Talent Managers Association

Held at Universal Sheraton, the ceremony toasted Eastwood manager Leonard Hirshan and Jake Azhar with the top awards.

Phillip Phillips’ ‘Home’: A Hit at Radio, in Movies and Middle School Choirs (Video)

What's as impressive as winning "American Idol?" Having your debut single featured in a Clint Eastwood film, the summer Olympics and an insurance commercial. Next up: world domination.

TiVo: Madonna’s Halftime Show More Popular Than Super Bowl Football Game

The DVR pioneer says Doritos scored the top commercial while most of the commercials for movies fared poorly.