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Mike Hodges, Director of ‘Get Carter’ and ‘Flash Gordon,’ Dies at 90

Mike Hodges, who made his feature debut by writing and directing the seminal British gangster film Get Carter, starring Michael Caine, then replaced Nicolas Roeg to helm the cult sci-fi hit Flash Gordon, has died. He was 90. Hodges died Saturday of heart failure at his home in Dorset, England, confirmed his friend Mike Kaplan, […]

Dino and Martha De Laurentiis’ Luxe Beverly Hills Estate Lists for $37.5 Million

Roughly three months after her death, the stately Los Angeles compound of Martha De Laurentiis has popped up for sale, armed with a hefty $37.5 million asking price. The longtime home of the filmmaker and her legendary producer husband, Dino De Laurentiis, who passed away back in 2010, the nearly 6,000-square-foot mansion was built in the 1940s […]

Hollywood Flashback: Bo Derek Was Chomped by a Killer Whale in 1977’s ‘Orca’

Ahead of 'The Meg' swimming into theaters Friday, The Hollywood Reporter takes a look back at the marine predator film, which was the actress' first feature film role.

‘Born To Be Blue’: TIFF Review

Ethan Hawke stars as jazz icon and heroin addict Chet Baker in this creatively fictionalized bio-drama from Canadian writer-director Robert Budreau.

David Cronenberg Talks Hollywood and Being the King of Venereal Horror

The Filmmaker on the Edge honoree swapped stories with fellow indie iconoclast John Waters in a lively Q&A at the 16th Provincetown Film Festival.

Oliver Stone Revisits 4 of His Past Films

From 1986's "Salvador" to 1989's "Born on the Fourth of July," the filmmaker shares stories about his past projects: endless rain, budget troubles and letting an actress go because she wouldn't rehearse properly.

‘Unreal Estate’ Book to Document Famous Hollywood Homes (VIDEO)

Michael Gross investigates the trophy homes of L.A.’s famous Golden Triangle of Beverly Hills, Bel-Air and Holmby Hills.

Dino De Laurentiis Film Retrospective to Open L.A.’s Italian Festival

Feb. 20-26 event will also honor director Marco Bellocchio with its 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award.

Oscar-Nominated Italian Filmmaker Dies After Jumping Out of Hospital Window

Mario Monicelli, 95, was considered one of the fathers of 1940s-60s Italian comedy and worked with actors including Marcello Mastroianni and Toto.

Dino De Laurentiis

In his own words, producer Robert Evans shares his best remembrances of his longtime friend, the great Dino De Laurentiis

Inside Dino De Laurentiis’ Funeral

Hollywood heavyweights including Arnold Schwarzenegger, David Lynch, Baz Luhrmann and Jonathan Mostow paid tribute to the late producer Monday: "10 strong men on PCP did not have the energy of Dino," Lynch eulogized.

Arnold Schwarzenegger, David Lynch Among Guests at Dino De Laurentiis’ Funeral

Maria Shriver and Baz Luhrmann also attended the memorial service, which took place Monday afternoon in Los Angeles.