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Locarno Festival Honors Comedy Legend John Landis

Comedy directing legend John Landis, whose credits include National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978), The Blues Brothers (1980), and Trading Places (1983), will be honored by the Locarno <a href="https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/t/international/" id="auto-tag_international_1"…

The Stars of ‘Coming to America’: Where Are They Now?

In honor of 'Coming to America's' 30th anniversary, check out what Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall and more of the movie's stars have been up to since the John Landis comedy hit theaters.

Venice: Edgar Wright, Rebecca Hall Join Competition Jury

John Landis will chair the jury of the new VR competition.

Costume Designers Guild Awards: Emmy Rossum to Host, Richard Linklater Getting Honorary Award

Costume designers Aggie Guerard Rodgers and Dr. Deborah Nadoolman Landis will also receive honorary awards at the Feb. 17 show.

John Lloyd, Production Designer for John Landis and John Carpenter, Dies at 92

The Emmy winner also worked on a pair of 'Naked Gun' films and such shows as 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents'

Universal Adds ‘American Werewolf in London’ to Halloween Horror Nights

The theme park's annual event will include a maze based on John Landis's 1981 cult classic for the first time

John Landis Rails Against Studios: ‘They’re Not in the Movie Business Anymore’

At the Mar del Plata fest, the "Animal House" director decried "vampire" tech giants and the state of the industry: "Now if a movie doesn't make money its first two days, you're f---ed!"

Mar del Plata Film Fest Unveils Full Lineup

The Latin American festival will screen 415 features, with a guest list that includes Bong Joon-Ho, John Landis and Pierre Etaix.

Sweden Appoints Baker Karim as Public Film Commissioner

The director, screenwriter and cinematographer studied in Los Angeles and has worked with Roger Corman and John Landis.

Hollywood’s Big Daddies: Sidney Poitier, Ron Meyer, Irving Azoff (Photos)

Director John Landis and film academy president Hawk Koch also join their children for The Hollywood Reporter's power portrait package.