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Lina Wertmuller, Famed Italian Filmmaker, Dies at 93

Lina Wertmüller, the masterful Italian filmmaker who created a sensation in the 1970s with her earthy mix of sex and politics seen in such classics as Seven Beauties, Swept Away and The Seduction of Mimi, has died. She was 93. Wertmüller, the first woman to receive an Oscar nomination for best director (for 1975’s Seven […]

Faye Dunaway Replaces Vanessa Redgrave in Kevin Spacey’s Italian Film

Faye Dunaway has replaced Vanessa Redgrave and stars opposite Kevin Spacey in the Italian film L’Uomo Che Disegno Dio, translated as The Man Who Drew God. The movie is in post production and is being shopped at Cannes by international sales agent The Motus Studios. Redgrave earlier held discussions about possibly joining the cast, but […]

Orlando Suero, Famed Hollywood Photographer, Dies at 94

Orlando Suero, who photographed Brigitte Bardot in bed on a beach, Dennis Hopper in a bathtub and Shirley MacLaine dancing the Frug with Rudolf Nureyev during his long career in Hollywood, has died. He was 94.

Faye Dunaway Fired From Upcoming Broadway Play ‘Tea at Five’

Faye Dunaway has been fired from a pre-Broadway production of 'Tea at Five,' the Hollywood Reporter has confirmed from the producers.

The Most Anticipated New York Theater of 2019

The Hollywood Reporter looks ahead to the busy pipeline of productions opening from January through summer, on Broadway and off.

Faye Dunaway to Play Katharine Hepburn on Broadway

The Oscar winner will return to the Great White Way after an absence of more than 35 years to star in a new version of Matthew Lombardo's 2002 solo play, 'Tea at Five.'

Paris Fashion Week: Dior and Gucci Under Stage Lights

Paris Fashion Week kicked off Monday with two heavyweight shows: Dior and Gucci.

Oscars: Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway Reference “Envelopegate” While Presenting Best Picture

The 90th annual Academy Awards took place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on Sunday.

They’re Back: Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway to Present Oscars Best Picture

The 'Bonnie and Clyde' duo will get a do-over moment.

‘Network’: Theater Review

Bryan Cranston makes his London stage debut as "mad prophet of the airwaves" Howard Beale, in this adaptation of the Oscar-winning media satire, from director Ivo van Hove and playwright Lee Hall.

Michelle Dockery Cast Opposite Bryan Cranston in ‘Network’

The 'Downton Abbey' star will step into the role of Diana Christensen, the ruthless television executive played by Faye Dunaway onscreen, in the National Theatre's upcoming stage adaptation.

Critic’s Notebook: ‘Bonnie and Clyde,’ Still a Knockout at 50

THR's chief film critic revisits the galvanizing game changer, which will be screened in theaters around the country for its 50th anniversary starting Aug. 13.