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Some moviegoing experiences change your life: “2001: A Space Odyssey” at Hollywood’s Cinerama Dome; “The Tree of Life” accompanied by a 100-piece symphony orchestra; “The Shining” restored and retrofitted for IMAX. And for the more than 1,000 people at Radio City Music Hall yesterday, it was watching “The Godfather” and “The Godfather Part II.”
Francis Ford Coppola’s crime saga closed out the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival with a 45th anniversary celebration that included restoration screenings of the first two parts and a conversation with Coppola and the cast, including Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, and Diane Keaton. While the chance to see the cast reunited was a once-in-a-lifetime event, so was the opportunity to experience the full power of “The Godfather” surrounded by cinephiles. And after 45 years, a few things have become abundantly clear. »
- Zack Sharf
Time has a way of rolling on doesn't it? The 1990s were a great hodge-podge of 1980s leftovers and a the future all rolled into one. So it stands to reason that some of the movies we got from that time, even though they were completed, sort of felt incomplete upon their release 20 years ago. In fact, it seems to take something like a 20th anniversary for certain films to be deemed important. It might lead one to ask if the 1990s had any classic or iconic movies?
It would be easy to write a lot of these films off. Lord knows many a critic did, however, when you take a solid look at this list, many of these films have stood the test of time. Some of have even become iconic movies. The mere fact that they are even on a list of this nature is a testament to this. »
2016 was utterly brutal for any number of reasons, but one of the biggest is the way that iconic and beloved celebrities were taken from us left and right. It lent an air of sorrow to the year, and with awards season in full swing, we’re now getting a few more opportunities to remember the people who have died.
At tonight’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, the “In Memoriam” segment was especially mournful because it wasn’t a tribute from a larger organization like the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences, but a tribute from and for actors—as indicated by the way it was introduced by SAG President Gabrielle Carteris, who referenced an Alan Rickman quote. We saw remembrances for Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, and Mary Tyler Moore, of course, but also Anton Yelchin, Abe Vigoda, Prince, and Garry Marshall.
It ended on a photo of Fisher ...
- Sam Barsanti
The 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards kick off from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Sunday, and Et has everything you need to know about the star-studded event.
Et's Red Carpet Coverage: You can catch all of Et's coverage of the night right here at ETonline.com, on our official Facebook page, and on Twitter (@etnow) and Instagram (@entertainmenttonight). Plus, be sure to tune into Entertainment Tonight on Monday for our full post-show coverage.
Pics: The 2016 SAG Awards Red Carpet Arrivals
What Time Do the SAG Awards Start?: The show will begin airing live at 8 p.m. Et/ 5 p.m. Pt on TNT and TBS.
Who's Presenting?: Noteworthy presenters include Taraji P. Henson, Janelle Monae, Common, Rashida Jones, Brie Larson, Mahershala Ali, Octavia Spencer, Viggo Mortensen, Casey Affleck and the stars of Stranger Things.
Guest of Honor: Lily Tomlin will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the event, which will be »
4 items from 2017
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