HBO and Paramount Television are developing a television series based on the 2010 thriller Shutter Island, Deadline.com reports.
Andrew Dice Clay
HBO and Martin Scorsese are putting together quite the supergroup for their rock 'n' roll drama pilot...
Robert De Niro, Don Rickles
Insults never sounded sweeter than when Don Rickles was hurling hilarious barbs at his targets, whether innocent ringside onlookers or the rich and famous on a celebrity roast dais. At 88, though stooped and using a cane, he still gives as good as he gets, a fact brought home with delightful wit and genuine lump-in-the-throat sentiment in Spike TV's One Night Only: An All-Star Tribute to Don Rickles (Wednesday, 9/8c).
Ray Romano has joined the cast of Martin Scorsese's rock 'n' roll drama pilot, Deadline.com reports.
Set in 1970s New York, the untitled project explores...
Hunger Games: Catching Fire was the big winner at the MTV Movie Awards, which also featured a tribute to the late Paul Walker and a star-studded opening from host Conan O'Brien.
MTV Movie Awards: Hot red carpet looks
Broadcast live on Sunday night, O'Brien opened the show with a massive taped sketch that included 50 celebrity cameos. Beginning with Andy Samberg, the late-night host managed to crash a photo-shoot with ...
American Hustle and Gravity topped Thursday's Academy Award nominations with 10 each, with the former landing nods in all four acting categories.
The films will ...
Jean Dujardin and Alaxandra Lamy
Maybe the Oscar curse doesn't just apply to Best Actress winners?
Jean Dujardin, who won the Academy Award for Best Actor in 2012 for his performance in the silent film The Artist, is divorcing his wife of four years, The Daily Mail reports.
Dujardin, 41, who is a...
Marta Heflin, Paul Dooley
Marta Heflin, the Broadway star and film actress who was the niece of actor Van Heflin andAll My Children star Frances Heflin, died Sept. 18 after a lengthy illness, The New York Times reports. She was 68.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese are at it again.
The duo next team up in The Wolf of Wall Street, the biopic based on the life of Jordan Belfort, a stockbroker who scammed $200 million from investors in the '90s. DiCaprio — who has been directed by Scorsese in The Departed, Shutter Island and Gangs of New York, among others — will play Belfort, joined by Matthew McConaughey, Kyle Chandler and Jonah Hill.
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Roger Ebert says that his cancer has returned, so it's time to slow down and take a "leave of presence."
"The immediate reason for my 'leave of presence' is my health," he writes on his Chicago Sun-Times blog. "The painful fracture that made it difficult for me to walk has recently been revealed to be a cancer. It is being treated with radiation, which has made it impossible for me to attend as many movies as I used to... What in the world is a leave of presence? It means I am not going away. My intent is to continue to write selected reviews, but to leave the rest to a talented team of writers handpicked and greatly admired by me."