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During the 1950s and 60s, Audrey Hepburn was a screen goddess. She would have turned 90 on May 4.
In the midst of the chaos, when day light is masterfully brought to the heart of night and greenery is planted indoors, the cameras point to one joint direction while hundreds of crew members buzz around energetically. To produce a five-minute music video, the industry’s top professionals come together to materialise fantasy in record-breaking timeframes. …
US actor Burt Reynolds—who starred in several of most successful films of 1970s—has died at age of 82
Lists of accusers follow Hollywood stars, other public figures in aftermath of Harvey Weinstein
“Skylar Grey’s stylist picked the dress during her shopping tour at the Los Angeles Fashion Avenue and luckily, she chose to wear the dress for this special occasion,” says designer
This scooter has managed to remain trendy over 70 years. The post-war spirit of Italy, women’s power and Hollywood stars have contributed to the success of the Vespa, a symbol of Italian style.
He punched and shot his way to film history as one of the best paid actors of his time. Sylvester Stallone, who turns 70 on July 6, has signed his name in Hollywood’s history books with at least two famous roles.
As the last living star of “Gone with the Wind,” Olivia de Havilland experienced first-hand Hollywood’s Golden Era, powerful film studios and the first color films. As she turns 100, rediscover the films she starred in.
World-renowned violinist Daniel Hope uncovered dusty letters and compositions scribbled on scraps of paper for “The Sounds of Hollywood,” a book and a CD on Jewish immigrant composers who fled to Hollywood in the 1930s.
The movie “12 Years a Slave” may be Steve McQueen’s most Hollywood friendly and least symbolic to date but he has certainly created yet another masterpiece, as heart wrenching as “Hunger” and as emotionally aching as “Shame”. Although 12 Years a Slave has the most eventful plot of his movies, McQueen still manages to showcase …
1001 Inventions, a British based non-profit production organisation, announced the release of a new short film in which Sharif participated. The film, which is the actor’s final performance, is a science fiction film featuring the inventions of Muslim scientist Al-Hassan Ibn Al-Haitham.
Hollywood has been fascinated with Cleopatra since one of the fathers of cinema, Georges Melies, featured her in a short silent film in 1899.
African leaders take action that may transform mining
Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei last month criticised Hollywood as a “totally political” machine that propagates policies brewed in Washington.
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