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10 hrs ago | Examiner.com
If you missed yesterdays TCM honorary 24 hour mob film marathon don't fear, this fan has four movies to watch after you watch the premiere of TNT's "Mob City," which starts at 9 pm tonight.
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
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11 hrs ago | Mashable
A conclusive study by the Library of Congress reports that only 1,575 of the nearly 11,000 films produced during the silent era still exist in their complete form.
13 hrs ago | BuddyTV
Witches have been a presence on the small screen since the 1960s, but their popularity is currently at a zenith.
18 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Austrian-born Otto Ludwig Preminger , a/k/a "Otto the Ogre," was one of the most powerful filmmakers in Hollywood throughout the '40s and '50s, known for pushing the envelope on subject matter, memorably striking a blow against censorship when the ban on his film "The Moon Is Blue" was declared unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court.
19 hrs ago | Slackerwood
Welcome to Holiday Favorites, a series in which Slackerwood contributors and our friends talk about the movies we watch during the holiday season, holiday-related or otherwise.
Wizard World New Orleans 2014 will include such celebrity guests as 'Nightmare on Elm Street' actor Robert Englund, left, 'Cheers' actor John Ratzenberger, center, and 'Happy Days' star Henry Winkler, organizers have announced.
Sandrine Holt stars in CBS's hit TV show "Hostages." Other television roles include starring turns on Netflix's "House of Cards," the Canadian action series "Once a Thief," "24," "The L Word," "The Mentalist" and "ER."
Alexander Mackendrick may have been of British descent, but his quick-paced 1957 sardonic drama - about the symbiotic relationship between a decadent Manhattan newspaper showbiz columnist and a hungry press agent - captures America's indulgence in greed, corruption, and aggression like none other.
Turner Classic Movies is heralding the launch of TNT 's new gangster series " Mob City " by airing a quartet of classic gangster films on Dec. 3, 2013.
Producer Marc Silvestri has confirmed that the upcoming film adaptation of the Top Cow comic "The Darkness" will also sport another major comics character - Witchblade.
Actor Jon Bernthal says his character Joe Teague, who's been deeply affected by the Depression and his military service, "just wants to keep everybody safe and watch from afar."
Turner Classic Movies devotes a full day of programming to classic movie mobsters on Tuesday, December 3, 2013, with stars like Edward G. Robinson, James Cagney , and Humphrey Bogart pursuing lives of crime and passion.
I was inspired to search out Jean-luc Godard's Contempt after reading this article on Slate that suggests that it is the coolest film of all time.
Our book pick for the week of Dec. 1st: A Life of Barbara Stanwyck: Steel-True, 1907-1940 - By Victoria Wilson Barbara Stanwyck, the luminous star of such classic movies as ''Stella Dallas,'' ''The Lady Eve'' and ''Double Indemnity'' and the award-winning western television series ''The Big Valley,'' was enigmatic and down to earth.
Cara Delevingne looks like she's about to share an onscreen kiss with Daniel Bruhl on the set of Amanda Knox movie She had barely a line in Anna Karenina, but Cara Delevingne looks like she'll be making quite impression in The Face Of An Angel.