“I’m still learning after all these years,” says Joan Benedict Steiger. Even after a prolific career spanning stage, screen, and television – and inspiring romances with three devoted men – the veteran actress still finds each role a new challenge to experience and new terrain to explore
Lily Tomlin, Cher, Billy Bob Thornton, Tippi Hedren, Ed Begley, Jr., George Chakiris, Ken Davitian and Stella Stevens were among many celebrities who turned out for the premiere of the hard-hitting documentary “Elephants and Man: A Litany of Tragedy”
The greatly anticipated sequel to Tron, the 1982 box office success that evolved into a franchise with a series of video games and comic books and apparently accumulated a very large and dedicated fan base, Tron: Legacy may become best known for its show-stealing score by Daft Punk
Written, directed and starring Jerome Elston Scott, the film follows Nick Anderson (Scott) as he slowly realizes that the life many expect him to lead – dating the popular girl, going to the right college – is not the life he wants
The Consul General of Belgium, Mr. Geert Criel recently played host at the Aero Theatre at a screening of the Los Angeles premiere of Illégal, Belgium’s Official Submission for this year’s Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film
Hereafter, written by Peter Morgan and directed by Clint Eastwood, will be released in theaters October 22, 2010. The film is a contemplative and meandering journey told through three separate story lines that attempt to reconcile the question of life after death
The TRON LEGACY interviews begin with Jeff Bridges, Director Joseph Kosinski, Producer Steven Lisberger, the cast and creative design team during the Long Lead Day held at Digital Domain in Venice Beach, California
Three-Disc Set of the Worldwide Theatrical And Home Entertainment Phenomenon Contains Even More of the AVATAR Experience with Over Eight Hours of Never-Before-Seen Material and in-depth exploration into the World of Pandora!
'Paul McCartney Really Is Dead: The Last Testament of George Harrison' is an entertaining romp in Beatles lore, recounting the idea that Paul McCartney died in a car accident in 1966 and was replaced by a lookalike in order to prevent mass hysteria and fan suicides.