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The actor, who also played Lt. Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson in 1970s TV action series 'S.W.A.T.,' passed away on May 18.
The 411 Wrestling Top 5.22.13: Week 220 - Top 5 Movies About Wrestling Posted by Michael Benjamin on 05.22.2013 From No Holds Barred , The Wrestler and Ready to Rumble to Beyond the Mat , Wrestling Road Diaries and more, the 411 staff counts down their top 5 movies about wrestling! Hello everyone and welcome to 411 Wrestling's Top 5 List.
There's a reason why "Bill Murray crying baby" is trending online - a Bill Murray crying baby photo is the best way to get past hump day.
Actor Jaden Smith of 'The Karate Kid' arrives at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, June 6, 2010.
BroadwayWorld has confirmed that ANNIE star Brynn O'Malley will join previously announced Rob McClure in Jason Robert Brown 's Honeymoon in Vegas at Paper Mill Playhouse .
If you regret having spent time in the theater to watch it, just think how Leo Trevino feels: he says he wishes he hadn't been in the movie itself.
With heavy financial support from Beijing, trilingual Man of Tai Chi aims to pack big punch at eastern and western box offices In 1999, Keanu Reeves made what many people regard as his most memorable film: the Wachowski brothers' The Matrix.
"The Producers" and "Goodfellas" will meet when Martin Scorsese presents Mel Brooks with the American Film Institute Life Achievement Award on June 6 at Hollywood's Dolby Theatre, the AFI announced today.
Looks like we're in full-on nostalgia mode for the "The Sandlot." A couple weeks ago the actress who played Wendy Peffercorn popped up on "Mad Men." This afternoon the Minnesota Twins will screen the 1993 film after their game with the Red Sox ends at Target Field.
Actor Denzel Washington turned down their musical video invitation to attend last year's 10th anniversary celebration for the school.
Hundreds of children and young adults poured through the turnstile at the REACH Ashland Youth Center each day last week as sunshine poured through the windows of the long-sought after complex.
The weekends on All Things Considered series Movies I've Seen A Million Times features filmmakers, actors, writers and directors talking about the movies that they never get tired of watching.
CANNES -- "The trouble with movies as an art is that it's a business, and the trouble with movies as a business is that it's an art," is how Charlton Heston once described the film industry.
A novel came out some 60 years ago, based on a character's wish that the failing Washington Senators would somehow beat those damn Yankees.