Albert Brenner, Acclaimed Production Designer on ‘The Sunshine Boys,’ ‘The Missouri Breaks’ and ‘Pretty Woman,’ Dies at 96
The five-time Oscar nominee also did 'Fail Safe,' 'The Hustler,' 'Bullitt,' 'The Turning Point' 'Summer of '42' and 'Beaches' and rebuilt the New York backlot at Paramount.
Jessica Walter, ‘Arrested Development’ and ‘Archer’ Actress, Dies at 80
The sophisticated Emmy winner also starred on the big screen in 'Play Misty for Me,' 'The Group' and 'Grand Prix.'
Alice Spivak, Actress and Longtime Acting Teacher, Dies at 85
Alice Spivak, a veteran acting teacher and dialogue coach who appeared in such films as The Muppets Take Manhattan, Stardust Memories, Please Give and Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, died Nov. 9, her family announced. She was 85.
A Personal History of Gay Pride and Prejudice: Hollywood Reporter’s Chief Film Critic Looks Back
THR's chief film critic reflects on his decades of watching, and reviewing, movies as a gay man — from toxic stereotypes and the ubiquitous 'f-word' to the thrill of Almódovar and New Queer Cinema, Oscar's 'Brokeback' burn to the 'Moonlight' milestone and beyond.
Critic’s Picks: A July To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.
Hollywood on location; classic noir and screwball comedy; two Kurosawa gems; and an eclectic 1960s primer for Quentin Tarantino's latest are among this month's highlights in Los Angeles retrospective and revival houses.
Sean McCann, Actor in ‘Tommy Boy,’ ‘Chicago,’ Dies at 83
Prolific Canadian character actor Sean McCann, who played Lt. Jim Hogan on the 1980s CBS police drama 'Night Heat,' has died. He was 83.
Sidney Lumet’s 1970 Martin Luther King Jr. Doc to Get Free Screenings in AMC Theatres
AMC Theatres will host free screenings of Sidney Lumet's 1970 documentary 'King: A Filmed Record ... Montgomery to Memphis' to honor the life of Martin Luther King Jr. on the 51st anniversary of the civil rights leader's death.
Tony Goldwyn Joins Broadway Cast of ‘Network’
Tony Goldwyn will co-star with previously announced leads Bryan Cranston and Tatiana Maslany in the new stage adaptation of Paddy Chayefsky's Oscar-winning original screenplay, 'Network.'
‘Network’: Theater Review
Bryan Cranston makes his London stage debut as "mad prophet of the airwaves" Howard Beale, in this adaptation of the Oscar-winning media satire, from director Ivo van Hove and playwright Lee Hall.
Michelle Dockery Cast Opposite Bryan Cranston in ‘Network’
The 'Downton Abbey' star will step into the role of Diana Christensen, the ruthless television executive played by Faye Dunaway onscreen, in the National Theatre's upcoming stage adaptation.
Warner Bros. Developing ‘Dog Day Afternoon’ for Broadway
Pulitzer-winning playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis will pen the adaptation of the Al Pacino thriller about a botched bank holdup.
’12 Citizens’: Shanghai Review
Xu Ang's film plays like Sidney Lumet’s jury drama "12 Angry Men" with a Chinese flavor.