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Latest John Wayne Items
Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller's "Little Fockers" remained the top draw at the weekend box office with $26.3 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
"True Grit" is a tale whose time came and went. It's the good fortune of a new generation that its time has come again. The novel by Charles Portis, which sold about 25,000 copies from 2007 through 2009, has been bought by 10,000 additional readers since a new version of the movie based on it opened this month.
On a weekend when Hollywood competed with Christmas gatherings and fierce snow storms in the Northeast and Southeast, "Little Fockers" was no. 1 at the box office.
Audiences eager to rediscover the 1982 film "Tron" before seeing "Tron: Legacy" this weekend are out of luck.
"Cavett had the only smile that came through the valves of video looking wicked and angelic at once." Could any description of Dick Cavett's expression be more spot-on than this by Norman Mailer? And that smile seems to sum up the man in toto.
Dino De Laurentiis, one of the last great, intrepid film producers who with unmatched showmanship shepherded movies as varied as "La Strada" and "Barbarella," has died. He was 91.
He was a small man who dreamed big, hit the highest heights and failed like few others.
"[John Wayne] forced Siegel to redo the scene, declaring: 'Whatever the cause, I would never shoot anyone in the back. It's unthinkable for my image,'" writes Philip Horne at the Daily Telegraph.
James Bacon, who began his career at The Associated Press in the 1940s and spent six decades chronicling Hollywood's biggest stars as a reporter, author and syndicated columnist, died Saturday. He was 96.