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Dennis Hopper Starts Experimental Treatment for Prostate Cancer

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Though it was revealed last month that Dennis Hopper has prostate cancer, the 73-year-old actor says he's been battling the disease for nine years and has started an experimental treatment.  

Dennis Hopper diagnosed with prostate cancer

''It has great promise,'' Hopper told The Associated Press of the remedy he's receiving from the University of Southern California. ''Everything's good right now.''

Over the weekend, Hopper, a big horse-racing enthusiast, attended ... read more

Dennis Hopper Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer

Dennis Hopper

Dennis Hopper has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, his manager told The Associated Press.

Sam Maydew said the 73-year-old actor, who recently wrapped shooting the second season of the Starz drama Crash,  is being treated at... read more

Dennis Hopper Checks Out of Hospital

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Dennis Hopper is out of the hospital and "feeling much better," according to his manager.

The actor checked into a New York hospital for flu-like symptoms and a stomach ailment on Wednesday, but left after being treated for... read more

Dennis Hopper Hospitalized in New York

Dennis Hopper

Dennis Hopper was hospitalized in New York on Wednesday.

Feren told the Associated Press on Wednesday that the 73-year-old Oscar nominee had been suffering from... read more

VIDEO: Dennis Hopper on His Crazy Crash Character


If you thought his characters in Blue Velvet and Speed were off their rockers, wait until you get a look at Dennis Hopper's unbelievably insane character, music mogul Ben Cendars, in Starz new original series Crash. Actually, in the opening scene alone Ben is having a full-fledged conversation with his penis! caught up with the movie icon to get his take on how this character's kind of crazy compared to ones past, as well as one surprising talent he has that earned him international acclaim. 

Watch the video after the jump!

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Roush Review: A Crash Course in L.A. Life

Brian Tee and Arlene Tur, Crash

Seems every movie channel wants its own Mad Men–style prestige project. Which could explain why pay-cable upstart Starz has raided the Oscar vault to turn the 2006 best-picture winner, Crash, into an ambitious, if not immediately convincing, weekly series.

With all new characters, so this isn't exactly a sequel, TV's Crash resembles the movie in being less about car wrecks than about disparate cultures colliding within the ethnic melting pot of Los Angeles. Still, there is one fateful smashup in the opening hour, and pivotal moments often occur on wheels — in a limo, an ambulance, a patrol car.

Read the full review after the jump. read more

A Fall Mystery: Will TV's Crash Be a Smash?

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It’s one of the more intriguing ideas for the fall season: turning the Oscar-winning movie Crash into a weekly series, which the pay-cable movie network Starz hopes will put them on the map the way Mad Men did for AMC a year ago. (It’s scheduled to premiere Oct. 17.) But don’t go in expecting a sequel. The characters are all new, although as in the movie, they’ll reflect the racial and class tensions of Los Angeles as their lives intersect in unexpected and sometimes random ways.“I didn’t feel the need to go back to that movie and say, OK, what happens on the next day,” says executive producer Glen Mazzara (The Shield), who was hired to reinvent the movie into a series. “I knew instinctually what that movie felt like. … So it really comes out of the emotion that I felt when I watched that film. It really was just a feel of that film I was going for.”A brief clip reel was all that Starz was able to show critics, but the producers (inc... read more

Dennis Hopper Joins Starz's Crash Spin-off

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Dennis Hopper has joined the cast of Crash, the upcoming Starz series based on the Oscar-winning film. Hopper will play Ben, a music producer who's been around the block a few times and is waiting for his Next Big Thing. Hopper joins an ensemble that includes Clare Carey (Jericho), Ross McCall (CSI: NY) and Jocko Sims (CSI).While there are no direct character overlaps with the film, the 13-eppy drama — the first original series for Starz — will explore the same theme of "social tolerance" and examine the notion of the American dream through each character's journey. Will the addition of Dennis make the show an easier ride for you? Or does the small-screen adaptation sound like it'll crash on arrival? — Anna DimondUse our Online Video Guide to see some of Dennis Hopper's many on-screen moments. read more

Dennis Hopper for President, and More Movie News

Frank Booth eyeballing the White House? Per Variety, Dennis Hopper is the Democratic contender and Kelsey Grammer the GOP incumbent in Swing Vote, a comedy starring Kevin Costner as a working-class dad who holds the deciding ballot in a presidential election. Nathan Lane and Stanley Tucci are their campaign managers.... Pride & Prejudice's Rupert Friend has been cast as Prince Albert to Emily Blunt's Young Victoria.... Warner Bros. has grabbed big-screen rights to David Morrell's The Brotherhood of the Rose, previously adapted as a late-'80s miniseries.... Per the Reporter, Jennifer Esposito is a single mom who gets involved with Val Kilmer's mysterious Iraq War vet in Conspiracy. read more

July 1, 2007: Artists and Capitalist Pigs

Raise your hand if you are officially sick to death of hearing about Medellin Is it just me I feel like this story line has dragged on forever with no resolution in sight It is like an anchor weighing down all the humor and fun So tonight for your consideration I offer you my top three suggestions for getting the Entourage back on trackAri Everyones favorite agent doesnt seem to have much to do lately Where is the verbal sparring with Lloyd Why isnt he hanging with the boys For me personally Jeremy Piven is 50 percent of the reason I keep tuning in week after week but I need more than just a cameo to keep me interested and no that contrived story line about his sons school does not countBilly Walsh I enjoy this character a great deal in small doses But these past few episodes he has completely dominated the action Please take it down a notch and soon Eric Kevin Connolly seems to have the market cornered on two emotions p read more


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