"Pretty in Pink" director Howard Deutch shares behind-the-scenes stories from the making of the Brat Pack classic.
Harry Shearer, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean – aka Derek Smalls, Nigel Tufnel and David St. Hubbins – have settled a lawsuit over royalties for the music of Spinal Tap.
Harry Burns met Sally Albright in 1989 (well, in the movie, they actually first met in 1977), and last night they met up again, 30 years later.
Cary Elwes of "The Princess Bride" reveals the origin of the "mostly dead" scene and talks about crazy movie-based tattoos fans have bared.
Actor portrays Lyndon B Johnson, in drama documenting his takeover as President after John F Kennedy's assassination.
It’s been three decades since “Stand By Me” became the little drama that could, catapulting River Phoenix to stardom, establishing Rob Reiner as a director on the rise, and racking up big ticket sales on a paltry budget.
Kathy Bates prepares to break James Caan’s ankles in the 1990 film ‘Misery’ (Photo: Everett Collection) If you’ve seen the horror film Misery, which opened 25 years ago this November, chances are one scene is burned into your brain: the moment when Annie Wilkes breaks the ankles of bedridden novelist Paul Sheldon with a sledgehammer. It’s the most memorable and disturbing moment of the 1990 film, based on a Stephen King novel — and yet, from the moment Misery went into production, the hobbling scene was incredibly divisive, costing the film a director and several potential stars. Based on existing reporting and new interviews, here’s an in-depth look at how Misery’s scariest moment came to be, complete with rare behind-the-scenes photos.