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  • Gordon Willis dies at 82; 'Godfather,' 'Annie Hall' cinematographer

    Gordon Willis dies at 82; 'Godfather,' 'Annie Hall' cinematographer
    Whether he was working in color or black and white, cinematographer Gordon Willis conceived the look of a film in gradations. In "The Godfather" trilogy, the Don was shrouded in the shadows of his underworld. In "All the President's Men," reporters...
  • For Tony Award nominations 2014, tried-and-true triumphs — mostly

    For Tony Award nominations 2014, tried-and-true triumphs — mostly
    NEW YORK — With Broadway increasingly relying on stars, glitz and noise — often timed to hit just weeks before the Tony Awards deadline — the nominations for this year's prizes took a different path. The most-nominated show when the...
  • Appreciation: TrailBlazing D.P. Gordon Willis Didn't Suffer Fools Gladly

    With great risk often comes great reward. That's what the filmmakers behind such classics as "Citizen Kane," "The French Connection" and "The Godfather" -- three movies that challenged established modes of lighting, framing and perspective -- learned...
  • Film Review: 'A Million Ways to Die in the West'

    The saddles don't blaze in "A Million Ways to Die in the West," and the pacing is limper than a three-legged horse. In following up his 2012 smash "Ted" with a lavish comic western, Seth MacFarlane has delivered a flaccid all-star farce that's...
  • Fun Facts About This Year's Tony Awards

    The Tony Awards are set to take place on June 8; those without tickets can watch at home on CBS. We've compiled some fascinating facts about this year's nominees to prepare you for the big show. ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID Sure, Audra McDonald gets all the...
  • The Weinstein Co. and Sony Pictures Classics: A title bout

    The Weinstein Co. and Sony Pictures Classics: A title bout
    For decades, the Weinstein Co.'s Harvey Weinstein and the principals of Sony Pictures Classics, Tom Bernard and Michael Barker,‎ have competed for indie-film supremacy, each side laying claim to the prestige movies throne. That rivalry finds...
  • Good old days of NYC's finest celeb eateries

    "KANYE, stay in shape. The last guy only lasted 72 days. Last longer than a Hollywood marriage. Join Today. New York Sports Clubs." For my money, this ad in The N.Y. Post is the funniest most pertinent advertisement of the entertainment year! I WANT...
  • Pop culture's sacred cows? Just dare to dis them

    Pop culture's sacred cows? Just dare to dis them
    "You are a predictable snotty little journalist that had to take a shot at the Rolling Stones. Overrated? I think not. You, on the other hand, have accomplished nothing in your pathetic little career. Who are you? Just another third-rate . . . writer."...
  • ‘Game of Thrones’: Sibel Kekilli talks Shae and meeting her maker

     
    Sibel Kekilli has known for a long time that her days on “Game of Thrones” were numbered. Though the German […]...
  • 'The Godfather' Cinematographer Gordon Willis Dies at 82

    Influential cinematographer Gordon Willis, whose photography for "The Godfather" series and Woody Allen's "Annie Hall" and "Manhattan" helped define the look of 1970s cinema, has died, according to his close associate Doug Hart's Facebook page. He was 82....
  • Gordon Willis, 'Godfather' and 'Annie Hall' cinematographer, dies

    Gordon Willis, 'Godfather' and 'Annie Hall' cinematographer, dies
    Gordon Willis, the groundbreaking cinematographer who shot the "Godfather" movies for Francis Ford Coppola and "Annie Hall" and "Manhattan" for Woody Allen, has died, American Society of Cinematographers President Richard Crudo confirmed Monday. He was...
  • Dick Cavett to be honored by Museum of Broadcast Communications

    Dick Cavett to be honored by Museum of Broadcast Communications
    Erudite and witty, Dick Cavett elevated the late-night talk show genre, going head-to-head with Johnny Carson for five years in the early 1970s. "The Dick Cavett Show," which won three Emmy awards, ended on ABC in 1975 but found new homes on PBS, then...