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Kevin O’Neal, Actor on TV’s ‘No Time for Sergeants,’ Dies at 77

Kevin O’Neal, the younger brother of Oscar-nominated actor Ryan O’Neal and a regular on the 1960s ABC comedy No Time for Sergeants, has died. He was 77. O’Neal died Saturday in his sleep of natural causes in Thousand Oaks, a family spokesperson told The Hollywood Reporter. O’Neal also appeared as the character Yale in one […]

Hollywood Flashback: 50 Years Ago, Barbra Streisand Turned Lost Luggage Into a Huge Hit

Four years after launching to film stardom with musical drama Funny Girl, which was her feature debut and 1968’s highest-grossing movie (and led to her first Oscar), Barbra Streisand pivoted by co-starring with Ryan O’Neal in What’s Up, Doc? Director Peter Bogdanovich’s homage to classic screwball comedies like Bringing Up Baby, it was released March […]

Peter Bogdanovich, Oscar-Nominated Director and Champion of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Dies at 82

Peter Bogdanovich, the Oscar-nominated writer-director of The Last Picture Show whose career, which also included hits like What’s Up, Doc? and Paper Moon, put him on a path toward living up to the example of those like Orson Welles and John Ford he so lionized, has died. He was 82. Bogdanovich died shortly after midnight Thursday at his home in […]

Hollywood Flashback: ‘Love Story’ Stars Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal Look Back on Film Amid 50th Anniversary

"We didn’t have to build chemistry. It was there, built in," O’Neal, 79, tells THR of playing opposite MacGraw’s quick-witted, working-class Jenny from Radcliffe College.

‘Love Letters’: Theater Review

'Love Story' stars Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal reunite 45 years on for the national tour of A.R. Gurney's epistolary two-hander about a lifelong relationship.

Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal Find ‘Love’ Again on Beverly Hills Stage

The 'Love Story' duo are reuniting for the play 'Love Letters,' which, according to producer Nelle Nugent, was inspired by the duo's "chemistry" in a THR photo spread in 2014.

Peter Bogdanovich Reflects on “Brilliant” Barbra Streisand, “Irritating” Cher

The 76-year-old director of 'She's Funny That Way' (out Aug. 21) offers confessions from behind the scenes of four of his most notable films including 'The Last Picture Show,' 'Mask' and more.

From ‘Love Story’ to ‘Love Letters’: Ryan O’Neal and Ali MacGraw Bring Chemistry to the Stage

Iconic 'Love Story' costars Ryan O'Neal and Ali MacGraw are reuniting on the stage for a well-received new revival of 'Love Letters,' their chemistry — and strong bond — intact.

Anjelica Huston’s New Memoir: 5 Must-Read Revelations

The actress delivers a raw look at her intimate world of Hollywood relationships

Anjelica Huston on Ryan O’Neal Assault: Any Man Who Hits a Woman “Deserves to be Outed”

On Roman Polanski's sexual assault: "Whatever happened is his business, and I wasn't there for any untoward behaviors, and I can say that with some happiness"

Attorney Peter Knecht Dies at 78

The high-profile criminal defense lawyer represented clients from John Barrymore Jr. to Robert Downey Jr.

‘Love Story’ Reunion: Ryan O’Neal, Ali MacGraw Say Movie’s Most Famous Line Is a ‘Crock’ (Q&A)

"Love means never having to say you're sorry"? Not true, say the movie's stars, who reunited for an exclusive portrait and interview in conjunction with THR's list of Hollywood's 100 favorite films.