Film critic Roger Ebert died Thursday after a long battle with cancer, TVGuide.com has confirmed. He was 70.
Film critic Roger Ebert has a new chin.
After more than two years, Ebert, who lost a portion of his jawbone and the ability to speak after a battle with thyroid cancer, is now the proud owner of a new silicone prosthetic that fits over ...
Roger Ebert's new movie review TV show will premiere Jan. 21, the film critic announced.
Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies will air in 192 markets across the United States and worldwide in 175 countries via the Armed Forces Network, Ebert wrote in his Chicago Sun-Times journal.
Ebert, who lost his ability to speak after a battle with thyroid cancer, announced his TV return in September. The new show will feature contributors who will use Ebert's trademark "thumbs up/thumbs down" rating system he made famous on At the Movies, which ended earlier this year. Ebert, who communicates with post-it notes and a computer program that turns text into speech, will contribute regular segments as well.
Film critic Roger Ebert is reviving the classic half-hour movie review program, At the Movies, on PBS, Ebert announced Friday.
Roger Ebert to produce movie review TV show
The new show, titled Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies, will be hosted by Christy Lemire, film critic of The Associated Press, and NPR's Elvis Mitchell, a former film critic for The New York Times. It is scheduled to debut in January...
Just one day after the cancellation of At the Movies, Roger Ebert announced that he and his wife Chaz will produce a new movie review television show tentatively titled Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies.
At the Movies will end in August after 35 years
"No, Wednesday's cancellation of At the Movies hasn't discouraged us," Ebert wrote in his Chicago Sun-Times blog on Thursday. "We believe a market still exists for a weekly show where a couple of critics review new movies."
While Ebert did not reveal the details about the negotiations, the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer assured fans ...