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Hollywood Flashback: Glenn Close First Brought Cruella de Vil to Life in 1996

Disney’s Emma Stone-starring Cruella — in theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access on May 28 — will be the third live-action spinoff of the 1961 animated classic, One Hundred and One Dalmatians

Emma Stone Nails Steve Martin’s “F—” Rant From ‘Planes, Trains & Automobiles’

Emma Stone is apparently a huge fan of Planes, Trains & Automobiles and does an excellent impression of an iconic moment from the John Hughes classic. The Oscar-winning actress dropped by Jimmy…

Andrew McCarthy Tried to Quit ‘Pretty in Pink’ Over the Original Ending

Andrew McCarthy knew immediately after reading the script that the original ending to the Pretty in Pink was going to be a disaster — and he wanted out. In a recent interview with The New…

‘Home Alone’ at 30: Actress Recalls Disgusting Pizza, Sprinting Through O’Hare and Pesci’s Annoying Gold Tooth

Senta Moses Mikan revisits the holiday staple to share new insights about the John Hughes classic.

Will Smith, Kevin Hart to Star in ‘Planes, Trains and Automobiles’ Remake

Kevin Hart and Will Smith are hitching a ride together for a remake of the John Hughes comedy Planes, Trains and Automobiles.

Why Trump’s ‘Home Alone 2’ Cameo Was Cut in Canada

Canadian broadcaster CBC has said it edited out Trump's cameo from 'Home Alone 2: Lost in New York' for a Christmas holiday broadcast five years ago, before he ran for president.

The Stars of ‘Sixteen Candles’: Where Are They Now?

See what the 'Sixteen Candles' cast, including Molly Ringwald and Anthony Michael Hall, have been up to since the John Hughes comedy movie hit theaters 35 years ago, on May 4, 1984.

Hollywood Flashback: ‘Planes, Trains and Automobiles’ Was No Turkey in 1987

For John Hughes, the 1987 film 'Planes, Trains and Automobiles' was a step toward a different audience from his earlier, youth-oriented work and was a Hollywood salute to torturous Thanksgiving…

Toronto: Hilary Swank, Mahershala Ali, Maggie Gyllenhaal to Keynote Festival

Hilary Swank, Mahershala Ali and Maggie Gyllenhaal are set to take part in candid conversations as part of the Toronto Film Festival's In Conversation With... series, organizers said Thursday.

Molly Ringwald Revisits Problematic Scenes in John Hughes Films Amid #MeToo Era

"Bender sexually harasses Claire throughout the film," the actress writes of 'The Breakfast Club' in an essay for The New Yorker. "When he's not sexualizing her, he takes out his rage on her with…

Critic’s Notebook: Harry Dean Stanton, a Zen Cowboy Who Said Everything by Saying Nothing

The hugely respected cult actor was a master of minimalism whose soulful hangdog style graced a long list of prestige screen credits from Hitchcock to Coppola, Scorsese to Lynch.

Molly Ringwald to Star in ‘Terms of Endearment’

The erstwhile John Hughes teen queen will take on the feisty Texas matriarch played onscreen by Shirley MacLaine in the upcoming stage adaptation.