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The "Halloween Kills" actor told Melanie Griffith that her mom, who famously starred in "Psycho," would have been "upset" by the industry reckoning.
The actor paid homage to her late mother, Janet Leigh, on the red carpet for the premiere of "Halloween Kills."
Christie Brinkley tied the knot four times, but that's nothing compared to some of the stars on this list.
Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren take what could have been an ordinary film and elevate it to the status of one of the year's best. Hitchcock would be proud.
Sacha Gervasi's film, from a script by John J. McLaughlin (and based on a book by Stephen Rebello), is fun in all the ways that The Girl was not.
Few Hollywood families have owned as much intellectual property within a specific film genre as the Curtis family once owns within horror.
"I'm just a man hiding in the corner with a camera ... watching." That's Sir Anthony Hopkins as Alfred Hitchcock in the trailer
Do you know which current starlet is cast to play Janet Leigh in a 'Psycho' remake? Find out here. Art by Raydene Salinas
Elegant, astute and ticklishly real, Jamie Lee Curtis recently spent an October day signing her children's books at the grand opening of the new gallery location of Every Picture Tells a Story.
Enzo said: "De Brains goes home. Maybe he wasn't De Brains after all, because I beat him, and you know I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer." He wouldn't be the sharpest knife in the drawer even if he were the only knife in the drawer.
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Jamie Lee Curtis covers the May issue of More, on newsstands Tuesday, and inside she writes for the first time about her
This year Hitchcock's Psycho turns 50. We honor the occasion with a list of horrific bathroom scenes.
Actress Janet Leigh, of Psycho fame, died about six years ago. Her husband, Robert Brandt, died last year and the home is being sold by his estate.
After you've seen one severed head you've seen them all. I prefer to be scared with style... and Hitchcock was the master. If you don't believe me, you should see my electric bill.
Recount is one of the better political movies I've ever seen. It brings to life the ways our elections can go wrong, and the often corrupt machinery by which we still cast and count votes.