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Latest Roger Ebert Items
Director Spike Lee will attend a 25th-anniversary screening of "Do The Right Thing" at late movie critic Roger Ebert's film festival.
Roger Ebert always dreamed of having Philip Seymour Hoffman play him in a biopic, the famed movie critic's widow has revealed.
Much is being made of the fact that "Labor Day" is Jason Reitman's first full-blown drama.
“Life Itself” is a celebration of the life of Roger Ebert, one of the best-known film critics to ever take notes in a darkened movie theater. At times it is hard to watch, but it has plenty of smiles in store for longtime movie fans.
The University of Illinois will honor the late film critic Roger Ebert with its 2014 Illinois Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Journalism.
A documentary about the life of Roger Ebert will be shown at his namesake film festival in central Illinois.
When "Life Itself" debuts Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival, it will be the first time Roger Ebert's widow will see the full documentary about her late husband's life.
By many accounts, "The Iron Lady" credits Mrs. Thatcher as a kind of objective feminist who overcame long odds through force of will and personality in rising to the top of a male-dominated political arena. That wasn't enough for Mr. Ebert. "Was she a monster? A heroine?" he demanded. "The movie has no opinion." Guess which one she was in the critic's opinion.
Westboro Baptist Church members announced Monday their newest target: movie critic Roger Ebert's funeral.