“Kill Bill: Vol. 1” is just one of many movies joining the lineup.
The Korean-born actor reveals what he's done to navigate Hollywood's racism in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
If I disagreed with this stereotype, I was called naïve.
You've got to praise this effort.
A long, long time ago, there was a song that defined the feeling of a generation. Forty-five years ago Don McLean creatively told us about the day the music died in his iconic song 'American Pie'.
The actor talked in length about his relationship with the pie.
Before he voiced Dory's Dad in Pixar's Finding Nemo sequel, Eugene Levy made a big splash in Disney's first-ever Touchstone release, Splash
Which showed that Eugene's initial instincts about this project were correct. More to the point, given that this great bit
Holly, in particular, left a powerful legacy behind. The Rolling Stones and the Beatles, among many others, recorded his songs. There are books about him and his music is still out there.
Police officers reportedly responded to a call at McLean's house around 2 a.m. Monday morning.
The new film Grandma tells a story rare for American cinema: a lesbian of advanced years (Lily Tomlin), in mourning for her soul mate and on skittish footing with the much younger woman she's been seeing (Judy Greer), is suddenly thrust into an adventure involving her teenage granddaughter (Julia Garner) and an unwanted pregnancy.