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TCM, Film Foundation Team on 4K Restoration of ‘Giant’

Turner Classic Movies is expanding its partnership with The Film Foundation with a multiyear financial commitment to fund education and the restoration of classic movies, it was announced Friday. The fruits of this relationship will be on full display — in 4K, no less — at next week’s TCM Classic Film Festival with an April […]

Rock Hudson Doc ‘Accidental Activist’ in Works With Altitude (Exclusive)

Rock Hudson documentary 'Rock Hudson: Accidental Activist' is in the works and heading to the American Film Market with Altitude.

‘Hollywood’: TV Review

With 'Hollywood,' creators Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, working with writer-director Janet Mock, bring Netflix a hopeful but frustratingly naive alt-historical look at 1940s Tinseltown.

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: An August To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Doris Day classics, an Abbas Kiarostami retrospective and a series of films about dysfunctional families are among options for SoCal cinephiles seeking relief from summer tentpole overload this month.

Doris Day, Hollywood’s Favorite Girl Next Door, Dies at 97

Doris Day, the fresh-faced singer and actress who was a ray of sunshine during the 1950s and ’60s, when she reigned as the queen of the box office, has died. She was 97.

Flo Allen, Agent for Rock Hudson and Manager for Denzel Washington, Dies at 88

Flo Allen, a Hollywood agent and manager who represented the likes of Rock Hudson, Julie Andrews, Milton Berle and Denzel Washington, has died. She was 88.

‘The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin’: Film Review | Provincetown 2017

Jennifer M. Kroot's affectionate portrait, 'The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin,' traces the author's evolution from proud son of Southern conservatives to chronicler of alternative San Francisco through the 1970s and '80s.

‘Pitch Perfect’ Director Jason Moore Lists Rock Hudson’s Former Estate for $1M

The midcentury Studio City property was home to the legendary Hollywood heartthrob from 1951 to 1955.

Throwback Thursday: 30 Years Ago, Rock Hudson Revealed He Had AIDS

The acting legend's final words to Hollywood were read at an AIDS fundraiser by Burt Lancaster: "I am not happy that I have AIDS, but if that is helping others, I can, at least, know that my own misfortune has had some positive worth."

‘Some Came Running’ Star Martha Hyer Dies at 89

The Oscar nominee and widow of legendary producer Hal B. Wallis also was memorable in such films as "Sabrina" and "The Best of Everything."

How Hollywood Faced the AIDS Crisis in the ’80s

Rock Hudson's revelation that he was gay and had AIDS caused "panic" in the industry, says then-SAG president Ed Asner, but it also changed how the world perceived the disease.