'Once Were Brothers' Giveaway: Win the Blu-Ray, The Band's 50th Anniversary Box Set, and More

Daniel Roher’s documentary Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band offers an intimate, never-before-seen look into the early years of the Bob Dylan-backing band that would become musical legends in their own right. After debuting to positive reviews at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival, Once Were Brothers hit limited theaters in February 2020. But fans of The Band can get another chance to show […]

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7 Fascinating Facts About the Hollywood Sign

7 Fascinating Facts About the Hollywood Sign The incredibly famous Hollywood sign sits atop Mount Lee in the Hollywood Hills, watching over the film industry’s most well-known city. The sign itself has starred in a number of movies and TV shows — like Netflix’s Hollywood, where the sign played the location to actress Peg Entwistle’s tragic end, which is a […]

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'Top Gun: Maverick' Release Delay is Giving Director Joseph Kosinski Plenty of Time to Finish the Film

The Top Gun: Maverick release delay isn’t going to hurt the film’s post-production process. Director Joesph Kosinski offered an update on the Tom Cruise sequel, stating that he’s on the “home stretch of post-production” and that “despite all the restrictions on how you can work now” he’s still “able to continue” doing work to finish the film in time for its […]

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Actor Brian Dennehy dies at 81

NEW YORK (NYTIMES) – Brian Dennehy, a versatile actor known for his work on film and the stage, spanning 50 years, action movies, comedies and Shakespeare, died on Wednesday (April 15). He was 81. Dennehy died in New Haven, Connecticut, with his wife, Jennifer, and son, Cormac, by his side, according to a statement from a spokeswoman for ICM Partners, […]

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