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Robert Morse, Two-Time Tony Winner and ‘Mad Men’ Star, Dies at 90

Robert Morse, the Tony Award-winning star of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying who impressed a new legion of fans as the eccentric head of the Sterling Cooper ad agency on Mad Men, died Wednesday. He was 90. “My good pal Bobby Morse has passed away at age 90,” writer-producer Larry Karaszewski tweeted. […]

Steve Schapiro, Acclaimed Photojournalist, Dies at 87

Steve Schapiro, the photojournalist and documentarian who covered the civil rights movement, produced stills for The Godfather and Taxi Driver and shot portraits of David Bowie, Barbra Streisand, Andy Warhol and Ray Charles, has died. He was 87. Schapiro died Saturday at his home in Chicago of pancreatic cancer, a publicist announced. Schapiro photographed the […]

Truman Capote Charity Abandons Lawsuit for ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ Rights

Usually, the end of litigation brings clarity, or at least resolution, to some thorny disagreement, but that’s not so for a lawsuit against Paramount Pictures brought by a charitable entity that holds Truman Capote rights. The suit, which explored rights to Breakfast at Tiffany’s, may soon be over as the Truman Capote heir is voluntarily dismissing […]

‘The Capote Tapes’ Doc Lands at Greenwich Entertainment

Greenwich Entertainment has nabbed the North American rights to Ebs Burnough’s 'The Capote Tapes,' which bowed at the Toronto Film Festival.

Julie Gibson, Singer in ‘The Feminine Touch’ and ‘Hail the Conquering Hero,’ Dies at 106

Julie Gibson, a singer, actress, studio rep and dialogue coach who collaborated with Preston Sturges, Orson Welles, Ida Lupino, John Huston, Edgar Bergen and The Bowery Boys during a fascinating career, has died. She was 106.

‘The Capote Tapes’: Film Review | TIFF 2019

Ebs Burnough's doc portrait 'The Capote Tapes' relies partly on interviews conducted by George Plimpton.

‘That Summer’: Film Review | Telluride 2017

In long-lost footage from the scrapped documentary project that led to 'Grey Gardens,' the film 'That Summer' captures Lee Radziwill helping her reclusive relatives bring their decaying mansion up to code.

Truman Capote Remains Sell for $45,000 at Auction

The ashes are dated Aug. 28, 1984, days after the author of 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' and 'In Cold Blood' died at 59.

The Weinstein Co. Options TV Rights for ‘In Cold Blood’

The company will team Gary Oldman and Douglas Urbanski's Flying Studios for the project.

At 92, Liz Smith Reveals How Rupert Murdoch Fired Her, What It Felt Like to Be Outed

New York's grande dame of gossip has still got it, as she talks, kisses and tells about NYC's most powerful, revealing which mogul asked her advice on coming out, which famous friend cared less about her after she lost her column and how turning 90 was different from being 80 ("When I was 80, I was doing fine. I was still part of life. But something happens when you have to say you’re 90").

‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’: THR’s 1961 Review

On October 5, 1961, the Audrey Hepburn classic, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, premiered in New York. The film would go on to earn 5 Oscar nominations at the 34th Academy Awards, winning two honors for its music. The Hollywood Reporter’s original review is below: An unusual love story, glamorous, sophisticated, with more than a touch of the […]

‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ to End Broadway Run

The latest stage adaptation of Truman Capote's novella, starring Emilia Clarke of HBO's "Game of Thrones" as Holly Golightly, will close after being slammed by critics.