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Directed by Billy Wilder
The past few weeks have been good for Humphrey Bogart on Blu-ray. The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, and The African Queen were recently rereleased and assembled for the Best of Bogart Collection, and now, Sabrina, one of the legendary star’s final films, has received its first American appearance on the format. Perhaps more importantly, if total number of titles available on Blu-ray is the basis for judgment, Sabrina also marks one of disappointingly few Billy Wilder titles available in the remastered form. That the film also stars the radiant Audrey Hepburn and the remarkably versatile William Holden confirms that the release is worth commending.
- Jeremy Carr
Kim Kardashian had a shopping excursion in Miami on Wednesday with a group of girlfriends. She hit up a Fendi boutique after wrapping up an Audrey Hepburn-inspired shoot on Tuesday. Elsewhere, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas made their first big red carpet appearance since reconciling and Taylor Swift wore her heart on her sleeve during an outing in the Big Apple. Keep scrolling for those and many more can't-miss star shots! View Slideshow › »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
Kim Kardashian is certainly making the most of her time in Miami. Decked out in a leather jacket and black top, the E! star was spotted doing a little shopping on Tuesday. Of course, the gal sported a much different look than the one she displayed earlier in the day. During a photo shoot, Kardashian seemed to be channeling Audrey Hepburn by way of a pulled-back ponytail and fake bangs as she was snapped riding around on a bicycle with a basket. Meanwhile, new details have emerged regarding Kardashian's pending marriage to Kanye West in France. A source told E! News exclusively that friends and family have already been given a tentative time frame for the big »
Kim Kardashian sported short bangs as she participated in a photo shoot in Miami Beach, Fl, on Tuesday. She donned black flats, capris, and a black turtleneck - an outfit that looked strikingly similar to Audrey Hepburn's classic ensemble. During the shoot, Kim rode around on a bike, toting a basket that was filled with energy drinks. She was all smiles until the end of filming, which had her laid out on the ground next to her bike. Kim's showing no signs of slowing down these days, since she was with Kanye in Paris just yesterday. The duo held hands as they walked around the city together, though Kim traded her fiancé for Balmain's creative director, Olivier Rousteing, for a visit to Chateau Louis Xiv. The stop caused speculation that Kim was scouting the castle as a potential location for her May 24 wedding to Kanye. Kim's been all over »
- Ryan Roschke
This looks very familiar. Kim Kardashian seemingly took some of the Paris spirit with her for a photo shoot today in Miami, where she not only embodies what many would label as Parisian style, but also channels one very famous legend who also enjoyed cycling around the city—Audrey Hepburn. Dressed in all black, the E! star was photographed riding around on a bicycle with a basket full of Hype energy drinks and strutting a pulled-back ponytail and—wait for it—bangs! But Kim isn't exactly a full-fledged member of the blunt bang crew now. The celeb's new look is reportedly just a hair piece, which makes sense because Kanye West's lady will soon be walking down »
Aww Emma Stone is such a sweet granddaughter! Looks like granny got a hold of her simple blue dress, sewed some bling on it to make it extra fancy for her favorite little girl, and hung it back up in the celeb's closet. Now Andrew Garfield's Gf is the spitting image of grandma in the '50s, aka the world's gawdiest Audrey Hepburn! True or not, that wild theory is the only way that this Erdem dress makes sense! The robin's egg shade on this antique outfit is lovely against The Croods voicer's pale complexion, but the black collar throws it all off. And we could get behind the bedazzled black pieces throughout, if there weren't quite so many! Plus, what exactly is that cape situation »
Parisian reality princess!Kim Kardashian was spotted during a Paris-themed photo shoot on Tuesday, riding a bike through the streets of Miami.In the pics, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star sported an all-black ensemble, featuring a fitted, long-sleeved turtleneck, skinny pants and simple flats. She pulled her signature brunette locks back into a classic ponytail and finished her look with a full set of bangs.She seems to be channeling Audrey Hepburn in these high-fashion snapshots!The 33-year-old beauty recently has been switching up her style. This classic ensemble is distinctly different from the two strange dresses that she wore in Paris on Monday.Donning a long-sleeved, navy blue, beaded gown, Kim looked like she was sporting a suit of armor in one of her daytime looks. She also stepped out in head-to-toe velvet ... yikes!We prefer a more toned-down Kim, but what do you think of her latest outfits? »
- tooFab Staff
"I want to ride my bicycle!" Kim Kardashian switched up her Vogue white ensembles for a darker, retro look in Miami this week. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was photographed rocking a much edgier style while taking part in a Parisian-themed photo shoot on Tuesday, April 15. Channeling Audrey Hepburn, baby North's famous mom sported blunt bangs as she rode a bike during the unique shoot in what appeared to be an alley. The 33-year-old dressed in all black with a long-sleeved turtleneck, capri pants [...] »
The Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Film Festival wrapped up its 5th annual hoorah in Hollywood on Sunday and this year was chock full of joyful and exciting films and special guests. There were so many wonderful old movies that most people have seen, but for me the true thrill was the chance to see a beloved movie on the big screen, the way it was intended.
Throw in some amazing guests and it was absolute gold.
Walt Disney’s The Jungle Book (1967)
Screened at the beautiful El Capitan Theater, The Jungle Book was the last Disney animated feature that was overseen by Walt Disney himself. After the success of Mary Poppins and other Disney hits such as The Parent Trap, The Absent Minded Professor and The Sword in the Stone, Disney went back to the well and asked songwriters Bobby and Richard Sherman to take a swing at its animated »
- Melissa Thompson
Every once in a while, I like for somebody on "The Amazing Race" to really impress me. And I'm easily impressed. When the Hockey Brothers were throwing casks over their shoulders and running up hills? That impressed me. Heck, when Mark put together that car with the instructions in a language he couldn't understand? That impressed me. Sunday (April 13) night's confusing episode of "The Amazing Race" offered a low bar for achievement: I wanted somebody to know Roman Numerals. For what it's worth, *I* don't know Roman Numerals. Well, I know some Roman Numerals, but usually I know them if I can work backwards to some degree. Like if I'm looking at a motion picture copyright date, I usually have a vague sense of when the movie was released and I can figure out the actual date from that. So when it comes to Roman Numerals, I don't impress myself, »
- Daniel Fienberg
Well, this looks like a scene right out of Roman Holiday. Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield enjoyed a romantic sightseeing tour of Rome, just like Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn's sweet adventure in the 1953 classic film. The onscreen and offscreen lovebirds opted to ride a Vespa to take in all of the attractions on Sunday afternoon. The 30-year-old actor drove the vehicle through the busy streets, while the 25-year-old starlet wrapped her arms around her beau. Garfield sported a navy sweatshirt and dark jeans for the excursion, while the adorable redhead donned a floral patterned dress with a light denim shirt. The cute couple, who have been overseas promoting the Amazing Spider-Man 2, was »
Los Angeles (AP) — Politically, Richard Dreyfuss describes himself as "intensely pre-partisan, and even more intensely anti-shmuck." The 66-year-old Oscar winner almost immediately injected politics into an hour-long conversation with actress Ileana Douglas about his life and career Friday as part of The TCM Classic Film Festival. Dreyfuss was even more outspoken in a later interview with The Associated Press, calling for a "civil strike" in support of the United States Constitution. "I'm going to send you a copy of the preamble to the Constitution," he said. "If there's anything in it that you don't agree with, don't sign it; just send me back an explanation. You will agree with everything, because it's beautifully crafted and it's meant for all. And if I get 500,000 signatures, I'm going to call for a civil strike. "What I would do is pick a weekday, and according to the time zone, 12:30 in the east, »
- Sandy Cohen (AP)
Heston’s the most recent star to be honored in the Postal Service’s Legends of Hollywood stamp series, which also includes stamps bearing the images of fellow greats like Audrey Hepburn and James Dean.
“In many ways, a nation’s stamps are a cross-section of a culture, its ideals and icons, in microcosm,” Heston’s son, Fraser C. Heston, said in a statement. “As a fervently patriotic American, »
- Ariana Bacle
Mickey Rooney was earliest surviving Best Actor Oscar nominee (photo: Mickey Rooney and Spencer Tracy in ‘Boys Town’) (See previous post: “Mickey Rooney Dead at 93: MGM’s Andy Hardy Series’ Hero and Judy Garland Frequent Co-Star Had Longest Film Career Ever?”) Mickey Rooney was the earliest surviving Best Actor Academy Award nominee — Babes in Arms, 1939; The Human Comedy, 1943 — and the last surviving male acting Oscar nominee of the 1930s. Rooney lost the Best Actor Oscar to two considerably more “prestigious” — albeit less popular — stars: Robert Donat for Sam Wood’s Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) and Paul Lukas for Herman Shumlin’s Watch on the Rhine (1943). Following Mickey Rooney’s death, there are only two acting Academy Award nominees from the ’30s still alive: two-time Best Actress winner Luise Rainer, 104 (for Robert Z. Leonard’s The Great Ziegfeld, 1936, and Sidney Franklin’s The Good Earth, 1937), and Best Supporting Actress nominee Olivia de Havilland, »
- Andre Soares
Moviefone's Top DVD of the Week
What's It About? Bilbo (Martin Freeman), Gandalf (Ian McKellen), and the dwarves are back for the second film in this Tolkien cycle. Bilbo goes toe to scaly toe with Smaug, a dragon voiced by Freeman's "Sherlock" co-star Benedict Cumberbatch.
Why We're In: Even if you don't spring for the fancy Blu-ray set, you'll still get some goodies in this 2-disc package -- including the option to press pause while you take a bathroom break.
Moviefone's Top Blu-ray of the Week
What's It About? Nicolas Cage and Laura Dern are Sailor and Lula, two crazy, star-crossed lovers in David Lynch's tribute to "The Wizard of Oz," Elvis, road movies, and much more. Sleazy, crazy, and sexy.
Why We're In: This Blu-ray is packed with extras that are sure to please everyone who's wild at heart. »
- Jenni Miller
Mickey Rooney, the Hollywood boy wonder of the 30's and 40's, Mr. Yunioshi in "Breakfast at Tiffany's," and the crazy dad in "Pete's Dragon," passed away yesterday, April 6th. At 93 years old, his career spanned 90 years and saw many roles alongside July Garland, Audrey Hepburn, and several other Hollywood icons. Courtesy of our parent company SnagFilms, a collection of some of his most celebrated titles are available online for free. The cache includes films dating throughout his career, from "Hoosier Schoolboy" in 1937 to "Last Will and Embezzlement" in 2012. Check out the full free playlist here. »
- Taylor Lindsay
Los Angeles (AP) — Mickey Rooney, the pint-size, precocious actor and all-around talent whose more than 80-year career spanned silent comedies, Shakespeare, Judy Garland musicals, Andy Hardy stardom, television and the Broadway theater, died Sunday at age 93. Los Angeles Police Commander Andrew Smith said that Rooney was with his family when he died at his North Hollywood home. Smith said police took a death report but indicated that there was nothing suspicious and it was not a police case. He said he had no additional details on the circumstances of his passing. Rooney started his career in his parents' vaudeville act while still a toddler, and broke into movies before age 10. He was still racking up film and TV credits more than 80 years later — a tenure likely unmatched in the history of show business. "I always say, 'Don't retire — inspire,'" he told The Associated Press in March 2008. "There's a lot to be done. »
- Anthony McCartney (AP)
Mickey Rooney, the supercharged child vaudevillian who grew up to become MGM's biggest star - despite barely standing over 5 feet tall - has died at the age of 93. Rooney, who had been in ill health for quite some time, passed away on Sunday, TMZ reports. According to the Associated Press, he was surrounded by family at his North Hollywood home, police said. The Los Angeles County Coroner's office said Rooney died a natural death. A genuine showbiz legend whose career, like his personal life, was often likened to a roller-coaster, Rooney was multi-talented, eight-times married and many times written off, »
- Stephen M. Silverman
Mickey Rooney, who spent nearly his entire life in show business, died today. He was 93. Rooney had been in ill health for quite some time. We're told death was attributed to natural causes.He was one of the most famous child actors in entertainment history. He played the role of Andy Hardy in more than a dozen classic MGM films.Rooney also teamed up with Judy Garland for "Babes in Arms" which was a huge »
- TMZ Staff
Anthony McCartney, AP Entertainment Writer
Los Angeles (AP) - Mickey Rooney, the pint-size, precocious actor and all-around talent whose more than 80-year career spanned silent comedies, Shakespeare, Judy Garland musicals, Andy Hardy stardom, television and the Broadway theater, died Sunday at age 93.
Los Angeles Police Commander Andrew Smith said that Rooney was with his family when he died at his North Hollywood home.
Smith said police took a death report but indicated that there was nothing suspicious and he had no additional details on the circumstances of his passing. The Los Angeles County Coroner's office said it was not their case because Rooney died a natural death.
There were no further immediate details on the cause of death, but Rooney did attend an Oscar party last month.
Rooney started his career in his parents' vaudeville act while still a toddler, and broke into movies before age 10. He was still racking »
- The Associated Press
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