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Sundance at Sunset: Iconic actor-director Robert Redford looks back on a six-decade career
So this is it? The Sundance Kid is riding into the sunset?...
King & Queen: Producer Graham King recounts his 10-year effort to bring Freddie Mercury's story to the screen
He has steered 40 movies and television series to the screen, has won an Oscar and worked with director Martin Scorsese and stars like Leonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie.
21 and Counting: Meryl Streep continues to thrive in a record-breaking movie career
She is recognized as America's greatest living actress. But more than once during her long and distinguished career, Meryl Streep, now 69, thought it was coming to an end....
Rock Star: Box-office giant Dwayne Johnson doesn’t rule out running for President
Dwayne Johnson has a frame on his wall containing seven dollars—a five and two ones—which has special significance for him.
From Corleone to Bufalino: Al Pacino looks back on an iconic movie and theatre career
A New York film location was the setting for a reunion of mobster-movie legends when Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci joined Martin Scorsese for the production of 'The Irishman.'
Chameleon: Celebrated performance-capture artist Andy Serkis sees greater possibilities for groundbreaking technology
Until fairly recently, few people outside the film industry knew who Andy Serkis was, despite his having portrayed some of the best-known characters in cinema history.
Adrenalized: At 80, veteran director Ridley Scott keeps challenging himself
Ridley Scott spent his 80th birthday doing what he loves best—working.
High Stakes: Aaron Sorkin directs Jessica Chastain as a formidable poker queen in 'Molly’s Game'
It's a highly potent combination: the Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin directing his first movie and the twice Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain starring in it....
Post Mortem: Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks revisit The Washington Post's historic Pentagon Papers coup
When Steven Spielberg comes across a script he thinks is so timely it needs his immediate attention, he does not hesitate: He drops whatever he is doing to start work right away on the new project.
Chan-tastic! Legendary action star Jackie Chan seeks transition to more dramatic roles
Jackie Chan has a message for Hollywood.
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