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Billy Watson, Child Actor in ‘Mr. Smith Goes to Washington’ and ‘In Old Chicago,’ Dies at 98

Billy Watson, a former child actor from a famous Hollywood family of child actors who appeared in such classic films as Show Boat, In Old Chicago and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, has died. He was 98. Watson died Feb. 17 of natural causes at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane, Washington, his family […]

Joan Copeland, Broadway and Soap Actress and Sister of Arthur Miller, Dies at 99

Joan Copeland, the actress and sister of legendary playwright Arthur Miller whose six-decade Broadway career included performances in Detective Story and Pal Joey, has died. She was 99. Copeland died early Tuesday in her sleep at her Manhattan home on Central Park West, her son, Eric, told The Hollywood Reporter. One of the first members […]

Scotty Bowers, “Male Madame” to the Stars, Dies at 96

Scotty Bowers, whose explicit, best-selling 2012 memoir revealed a covert realm of Golden Age Hollywood sexuality, died Sunday of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles' Laurel Canyon. He was 96.

Critic’s Picks: A September To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

A classic lesbian drama, French noirs starring Alain Delon and Jean Gabin and a series of matinees devoted to Katharine Hepburn are among the plentiful vintage and classic options for SoCal film buffs this month.

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.'

Critic’s Picks: A June To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Between Charlie Chaplin matinees, a new “unrestored” 70mm version of '2001: A Space Odyssey' and a rarely shown George Stevens gem, Los Angeles kicks off its summer classic and vintage offerings in style.

Anthony Harvey, Oscar-Nominated Director of ‘The Lion in Winter,’ Dies at 87

The Londoner also helmed 'Dutchman' and 'They Might Be Giants,' edited Kubrick films and enjoyed a "hysterical" moment at the 1969 Academy Awards.

James Prideaux, Screenwriter, Playwright and Katharine Hepburn Collaborator, Dies at 88

He did three telefilms with the actress late in her career after she brought him from New York to Hollywood.

The Jewelry, the Art and the Collectibles of Lauren Bacall That Are Going to Auction

Before a spring auction in New York, possessions of the late icon go on display Feb. 27 in L.A. with everything from sculptures by Henry Moore to paintings by moonlighting artist Henry Fonda.

Oscars: 3 Degrees of Meryl Streep (or, What Every Acting Nominee Has in Common)

One actress holds the key to this year's group of nominees.

Lauren Bacall, Hollywood’s Icon of Cool, Dies at 89

The sultry and sexy actress was electric in the 1940s films 'To Have and Have Not' and 'Key Largo' opposite her husband, Humphrey Bogart

OscarLytics: What Are the Odds of a Best Picture Tie at the Academy Awards?

THR's Harvard statistician crunches the numbers after the PGA handed a best picture win to both "12 Years a Slave" and "Gravity."