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  • Berlin: Content Drives Sales on Steve McQueen Docu 'The Man & Le Mans'

    LONDON -- Content is to steer worldwide rights to Steve McQueen docu "The Man & Le Mans," which will be revving up at the European Film Market in Berlin. Gabriel Clarke and Jon McKenna direct and produced the pic, which will be exec produced by Andrew...
  • Tarantino Titles Next Film 'The Hateful Eight'

    Quentin Tarantino has selected "The Hateful Eight" as the title for his next film, a Western that's not a sequel to "Django Unchained." The project has not been cast yet, but insiders say Tarantino's script includes a part for Christoph Waltz, who won...
  • National Film Registry adds 'Mary Poppins,' 'Pulp Fiction,' 'Roger & Me'

    National Film Registry adds 'Mary Poppins,' 'Pulp Fiction,' 'Roger & Me'
    A beloved musical about a magical nanny, an epic about the first astronauts, a silent film with a Native American cast and a sci-fi thriller loosely based on Shakespeare's "The Tempest" are among the 25 motion pictures to join the National Film Registry...
  • 'Mary Poppins' among 25 films added to National Film Registry

    'Mary Poppins' among 25 films added to National Film Registry
    A beloved musical about a magical nanny, an epic about the first astronauts, a silent film with a Native American cast and a sci-fi thriller loosely based on Shakespeare's "The Tempest" are among the 25 motion pictures to join the National Film Registry...
  • 'Pulp Fiction,' 'Roger & Me,' 'Mary Poppins' Join National Film Registry

    "Pulp Fiction," "Roger & Me," "The Magnificent Seven," "Mary Poppins," "Judgment at Nuremberg" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" are among 25 films selected by the Library of Congress this year to be added to its National Film Registry. The...
  • Film Review: 'Gravity' is a must-see 3D ride

    Film Review: 'Gravity' is a must-see 3D ride
    The trend toward exhibiting nearly everything in 3D on gigantic screens has created far more headaches than masterpieces. James Cameron's “Avatar” showed the value of the technique, despite the movie's so-so script. A few other films —...
  • Elmore Leonard's early film and TV work dominated by westerns

    Elmore Leonard's early film and TV work dominated by westerns
    Hollywood began to take interest in Elmore Leonard, who died Tuesday, nearly 60 years ago. But back then he wasn't writing the crime novels he became famous for; he focused on western short stories and novels. Here's a look at some of his earliest...
  • David C. Anderson, Assistant Director on Blockbusters, Dies

    David C. Anderson, an assistant director, unit production manager, producer and production executive who worked on James Bond films "Dr. No" and "From Russia With Love" and pictures including "The Deer Hunter," "Quadrophenia" and "Tequila Sunrise," died...
  • Review: 'Wyatt Earp: A Vigilante Life' by Andrew C. Isenberg

    Review: 'Wyatt Earp: A Vigilante Life' by Andrew C. Isenberg
    In "Wyatt Earp: A Vigilante Life," Andrew C. Isenberg calls on the big guns to debunk the Earp myth: German sociologist Max Weber, Henry James, and even Shakespeare's Prince Hal. You may wonder exactly what these men have to do with the frontier West -...
  • Kirk Douglas to pay tribute to his late friend Burt Lancaster

    Kirk Douglas to pay tribute to his late friend Burt Lancaster
    Kirk Douglas will be paying tribute to his old friend and frequent co-star Burt Lancaster at the UCLA Film & Television Archive's June 7 screening of their classic 1957 western, “Gunfight at the O.K. Corral” at the Billy Wilder Theater in...
  • Twickenham Studios: Home to the Beatles, Silent Stars, Hollywood Elite

    Based about 9 miles southwest of central London, Twickenham Studios was built on the site of an old ice-skating rink that was acquired in 1912 by Dr. Ralph Jupp. One of the U.K.’s oldest surviving studios, the site opened in 1913. The studio’s first...
  • Robert Relyea dies at 82; film producer and MGM/UA executive

    Robert Relyea dies at 82; film producer and MGM/UA executive
    Robert E. Relyea, who began producing films with actor Steve McQueen in the 1960s and rose to president of production for MGM/UA in the late 1990s, has died. He was 82. The Hollywood veteran, who also worked with such actors as Elvis Presley and John...