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Charles Siebert, Actor on ‘Trapper John, M.D.,’ Dies at 84

Charles Siebert, the stage-trained actor who portrayed the snooty Dr. Stanley Riverside II on all seven seasons of the CBS drama Trapper John, M.D., has died. He was 84. Siebert died May 1 of COVID-related pneumonia at University of California San Francisco Medical Center, his daughter, Gillian Bozanic, told The Hollywood Reporter. On the big […]

Walter Coblenz, Oscar-Nominated Producer of ‘All the President’s Men,’ Dies at 93

Walter Coblenz, who received a best picture Oscar nomination for All the President’s Men and produced other standout films including The Candidate and The Onion Field, has died. He was 93. Coblenz died March 16 in Los Angeles, his son John announced. Coblenz also landed an Emmy nomination in 1974 for outstanding limited series for producing […]

Tony Walton, Famed Costume, Set Designer for Broadway and the Big Screen, Dies at 87

Tony Walton, the legendary British costume designer, set/scenic designer and production designer who won an Oscar for his work on All That Jazz and Tony Awards for Pippin, The House of Blue Leaves and a revival of Guys and Dolls, has died. He was 87. Walton died Wednesday evening in New York in his Upper West […]

Dustin Hoffman’s ‘Rain Man’ Buick and Other Star Cars Hit the Auction Block

Late January marks the official kick-off to the collector car sales season, with the major auction houses sponsoring events in Scottsdale, Arizona. Interest is particularly high this year for a trio of celebrity sales: Dustin Hoffman’s 1949 Buick Convertible, which made a star appearance in Rain Man; an over-the-top yet under-appreciated 80s Italian supercar owned […]

Sidney Poitier, Regal Star of the Big Screen, Dies at 94

Sidney Poitier, the noble leading man whose work in such films as No Way Out, Lilies of the Field and In the Heat of the Night paved the way for minority actors and actresses everywhere, has died. He was 94. Poitier died Thursday night at his home in Beverly Hills, a rep for his family […]

Jerome Hellman, Oscar-Winning Producer on ‘Midnight Cowboy,’ Dies at 92

Jerome Hellman, who won an Oscar for producing the only X-rated movie to ever win best picture, John Schlesinger’s Midnight Cowboy, has died. He was 92. Hellman died Wednesday at his home in South Egremont, Massachusetts, after a long illness, his wife, Elizabeth Hellman, told The Hollywood Reporter. He suffered a stroke 12 years ago, […]

‘Shooting Midnight Cowboy’ Book Excerpt: Glenn Frankel Gives Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Classic Film (Exclusive)

In 'Shooting Midnight Cowboy: Art, Sex, Loneliness, Liberation, and the Making of a Dark Classic,' out March 16, Frankel explores the origins of the Oscar-winning film and how it ultimately signaled a shift in American cinema.

Hal Holbrook Initially Hated the Script for ‘All the President’s Men’ and Turned It Down

It took a visit from friend Robert Redford to convince the legendary actor to take the role.

Buck Henry, Fun-Loving Screenwriter and Actor, Dies at 89

Buck Henry, the impish screenwriter whose wry, satirical sensibility brought comic electricity to 'The Graduate,' 'What’s Up, Doc?,' 'To Die For' and TV’s 'Get Smart,' has died. He was 89.

Hollywood Flashback: Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep First Won Oscars for ‘Kramer vs. Kramer’

Decades before divorce drama 'Marriage Story' began streaming on Netflix (Dec. 6), 1980's best picture winner connected with critics and audiences alike thanks to the cast and crew's "commitment, belief in the project and bringing their own truths to the material," says producer Stanley Jaffe.

Paul Manafort’s Former Son-In-Law Sentenced for Scamming Dustin Hoffman, Others

Paul Manafort's former son-in-law has been sentenced in Los Angeles to nine years in prison for pulling a series of schemes totaling more than $13 million, including one that bilked $3 million from actor Dustin Hoffman.

Dustin Hoffman, Candice Bergen Team for ‘Sick as They Made Us’

Dustin Hoffman and Candice Bergen are teaming up alongside Simon Helberg and Olivia Thirlby for 'As Sick as They Made Us.'