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Alec Baldwin: 'I was staring off a cliff'

16 November 2013 1:01 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

He had a hit with 30 Rock, then Tina Fey called time on it. His first box office smash was followed by 'eight bombs in a row'. He's fallen out with his family, his ex-wife, his colleagues, the press and Twitter (three times). Is it any wonder Alec Baldwin's new film is a dig at the movie business?

Late one evening, Alec Baldwin enters a private dining room at a Japanese restaurant in downtown Manhattan. He is broad, with meaty forearms and a squarish head, his hair shooting up at the crest like a picket fence. Over the years, he has looked great and he has looked seedy, and at 55, he has settled into a well-rounded version of himself that comes with a new and much vaunted Zen attitude. That Baldwin is a good actor is indisputable; whether or not he's a good guy is subject to routine debate, depending »

- Emma Brockes

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Alec Baldwin: 'I was staring off a cliff'

16 November 2013 1:01 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

He had a hit with 30 Rock, then Tina Fey called time on it. His first box office smash was followed by 'eight bombs in a row'. He's fallen out with his family, his ex-wife, his colleagues, the press and Twitter (three times). Is it any wonder Alec Baldwin's new film is a dig at the movie business?

Late one evening, Alec Baldwin enters a private dining room at a Japanese restaurant in downtown Manhattan. He is broad, with meaty forearms and a squarish head, his hair shooting up at the crest like a picket fence. Over the years, he has looked great and he has looked seedy, and at 55, he has settled into a well-rounded version of himself that comes with a new and much vaunted Zen attitude. That Baldwin is a good actor is indisputable; whether or not he's a good guy is subject to routine debate, depending »

- Emma Brockes

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Cinema’s Greatest Villains: The 1990′s

11 August 2013 3:40 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Villains have always been and will always be some of the most fascinating and memorable characters in the world of genre film.  Here we will take a look at the greatest villains of cinema from the 1990’s.

The criteria for this article is the same as in my previous articles Cinema’s Greatest Villains: The 1970’s and Cinema’s Greatest Villains: The 1980’s: the villains must be from live-action films-no animated features-and must pose some type of direct of indirect lethal threat.  The villains can either be individuals or small groups that act as one unit.

The villains must be human or human in appearance.   Also, individuals that are the central protagonists/antiheroes of their respective films were excluded.

Brad Dourif as The Gemini Killer in The Exorcist III (William Peter Blatty, 1990):  Veteran actor Dourif is intense and unforgettable as an executed murderer inhabiting someone else’s body in »

- Terek Puckett

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James Gandolfini obituary

21 June 2013 3:44 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Us actor best known for his role as the mafia boss Tony Soprano

James Gandolfini, who has died aged 51 of a heart attack, was one of those rare actors who was able to portray a violent, bullying, murderous, vulgar, serial adulterer, while simultaneously eliciting sympathy and understanding from television audiences. In 86 episodes from 1999 to 2007, in HBO's hit series The Sopranos, the balding, beefy, middle-aged Gandolfini, as Tony Soprano, a New Jersey mafia boss, managed to transcend any stereotyping of Italian-Americans (although the charge was still made) by showing the flawed character's vulnerable side.

While Tony Soprano does embody the close-knit Italian-American community, with its codes of masculinity, Gandolfini, who had studied the Sanford Meisner method of acting for two years, lived up to Meisner's exhortation to "find in yourself those human things which are universal". Gandolfini always claimed to be nothing like Tony Soprano: "I'm really basically just like a 260-pound Woody Allen. »

- Ronald Bergan

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James Gandolfini obituary

21 June 2013 3:44 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Us actor best known for his role as the mafia boss Tony Soprano

James Gandolfini, who has died aged 51 of a heart attack, was one of those rare actors who was able to portray a violent, bullying, murderous, vulgar, serial adulterer, while simultaneously eliciting sympathy and understanding from television audiences. In 86 episodes from 1999 to 2007, in HBO's hit series The Sopranos, the balding, beefy, middle-aged Gandolfini, as Tony Soprano, a New Jersey mafia boss, managed to transcend any stereotyping of Italian-Americans (although the charge was still made) by showing the flawed character's vulnerable side.

While Tony Soprano does embody the close-knit Italian-American community, with its codes of masculinity, Gandolfini, who had studied the Sanford Meisner method of acting for two years, lived up to Meisner's exhortation to "find in yourself those human things which are universal". Gandolfini always claimed to be nothing like Tony Soprano: "I'm really basically just like a 260-pound Woody Allen. »

- Ronald Bergan

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Obituary: Actor James Gandolfini, 1961-2013

20 June 2013 11:21 AM, PDT | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

James Gandolfini in Zero Dark Thirty

The man who gave a Mob boss a soft side, actor James Gandolfini died on Wednesday June 19, 2013, from a suspected heart attack while on vacation in Rome, Italy. He was 51.

Gandolfini became a household name playing Tony Soprano, the reluctant Mob boss of HBO’s hit show The Sopranos. As well as making Gandolfini a star, the show secured HBO as a home for brilliant original entertainment. Gandolfini played Tony for six seasons, carrying the series on his broad shoulders.

The role wasn’t easy for Gandolfini. The best roles never are. In a Fox News interview around the time of the show’s finale, Gandolfini said that playing Tony was “wearing” and that “it’s very calming to move on.” But his performances in The Sopranos won him numerous awards over the years, including three Emmy statuettes and a Golden Globe.  Check him »

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R.I.P. James Gandolfini (1961-2013)

20 June 2013 8:53 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

A very sad start to the day today with news that James Gandolfini - best known as the crime boss Tony Soprano in HBO's acclaimed drama series The Sopranos - has passed away aged just 51 after suffering a heart attack whilst on holiday in Rome.

Born in Westwood, New Jersey in 1961, Gandolfini began his acting career on the stage in the early 90s before making a number of film appearances throughout the decade, including roles in True Romance, Crimson Tide, Get Shorty, The Juror, Fallen and 8mm. However, his big breakthrough came in 1999 when he was cast in David Chase's The Sopranos, playing the role of troubled mobster Tony Soprano for six seasons and receiving a host of accolades for his work, including a Golden Globe and three Emmy Awards.

"He was a genius," said David Chase, paying tribute to the star. "Anyone who saw him even in the »

- Flickering Myth

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Rip James Gandolfini

19 June 2013 8:12 PM, PDT | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

It's with great sadness that we report that James Gandolfini has passed away at the age of 51 following a heart attack while on a vacation overseas. The actor was undoubtedly best known for his work as the star of HBO's The Sopranos, but he was a memorable powerhouse on the big screen long before stepping into the world of TV.  Film fans got their first big dose of Gandolfini's formidable screen presence in True Romance, and from there the roles just kept getting bigger and bigger. Get Shorty, Crimson Tide, The Juror, Fallen and 8Mm all proved that he had what it took to stand out in a scene, no matter how big the celebrity faces around him or how small his own role. His career really took off in the 2000s, fitting in a mixture of drama (Where the Wild Things...

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- Peter Hall

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James Gandolfini's Best Movie Roles

19 June 2013 6:17 PM, PDT | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

James Gandolfini was best known for his work on the HBO series "The Sopranos," but the New Jersey-born star also enjoyed a fruitful film career.

Gandolfini died on Wednesday in Italy at the age of 51. His death, first reported by Deadline.com, was the result of a fatal heart attack.

Gandolfini's first credited role was as an orderly in the 1987 film "Shock! Shock! Shock!" He received major notices, however, for a small but memorable scene in the 1993 Tony Scott movie "True Romance." (Warning: Link Nsfw.)

Gandolfini reunited with Scott for "Crimson Tide" in 1995; that year also found him starring in "Get Shorty" as Bear, a gruff and physical bodyguard with a heart of gold. Other supporting parts in "A Civil Action," "8Mm," "She's So Lovely," "The Juror" and "Night Falls On Manhattan" soon followed.

After winning the role of Tony Soprano on "The Sopranos" in 1999, Gandolfini took a break from films. »

- Christopher Rosen

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Actor James Gandolfini Dies While Vacationing in Italy

19 June 2013 6:16 PM, PDT | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

Actor James Gandolfini has died. The 51 year old veteran, who won both the Screen Actors Guild and Primetime Emmy Award three times for his portrayal of troubled New Jersey crime boss Tony Soprano in HBO's hit series The Sopranos (TV), reportedly suffered a heart attack while vacationing in Italy on Wednesday. Gandolfini appeared in dozens of other films such as True Romance (1993), Get Shorty (1995), Terminal Velocity (1994), The Juror (1996), and last year's Zero-Dark Thirty (2012), but it was his groundbreaking role as Tony Soprano that will remain his legacy. Entertainment Weekly cited him as the 42nd greatest TV icon of all time, and in 2005, TV Guide ranked him at #28 on it's "50 Sexiest Stars of All Time" list. Aside from acting, Gandolfini produced various films and documentaries, including Alive Day Memories: Home from Iraq, in which he interviewed 10 injured Iraq war veterans in 2010 about the challenges they face integrating back into society and family life. »

- jmaurer@corp.popstar.com (Jennifer Maurer)

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'The Sopranos' & 'Killing Them Softly' Star James Gandolfini Has Died

19 June 2013 5:25 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Thanks to HBO, it's hard to think about mobsters without thinking of Tony Soprano. It's been six years since the Emmy-winning series"The Sopranos" ended its six season run on the cable network with a much talked about cut to black. Sadly, now the film's leading man has also faded away as THR reports James Gandolfini has passed away at age 51. Gandolfini was overseas to attend the 59th Taormina Film Festival in Sicily, Italy and waiting to participate in a special event with Italian director Gabriele Muccino, and reports say the actor died suddenly after a massive heart attack. This is truly a shocking and terrible loss. In addition to his Emmy-winning turn as Tony Soprano, which he took home three years in a row out of six total nominations for lead actor, Gandolfini also made his mark on the big screen. Early roles included True Romance, Crimson Tide, Get Shorty and The Juror. »

- Ethan Anderton

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James Gandolfini Passes Away at Age 51

19 June 2013 5:16 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

The Sopranos star James Gandolfini has passed away at the age of 51, after he suffered an apparent heart attack in Rome while the actor was on vacation. No official cause of death has been released thus far.

James Gandolfini was born in Westwood, New Jersey in 1961, and began acting in New York stage productions in the 1980s. His breakout film role was as the assassin Virgil in Tony Scott's True Romance, which lead to roles in Terminal Velocity, Crimson Tide, Get Shorty, The Juror, The Mighty and A Civil Action.

The actor became an international superstar with his role as Tony Soprano in the critically-acclaimed series The Sopranos, which ran for six seasons on HBO. Other notable roles include In the Loop, Killing Them Softly, Not Fade Away, Zero Dark Thirty, and this year's The Incredible Burt Wonderstone. He most recently wrapped production on Animal Rescue, alongside Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace. »

- MovieWeb

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James Gandolfini: Friends, Family Mourn Acting 'Genius'

19 June 2013 3:16 PM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

by Lynn Elber, AP

Los Angeles (AP) - James Gandolfini, whose portrayal of a brutal, emotionally delicate mob boss in HBO's "The Sopranos" was the brilliant core of one of TV's greatest drama series and turned the mobster stereotype on its head, died Wednesday in Italy. He was 51.

Gandolfini died while on holiday in Rome, the cable channel and Gandolfini's managers Mark Armstrong and Nancy Sanders said in a joint statement. No cause of death was given.

[Related: James Gandolfini Dies of Heart Attack at 51 (Report)]

"He was a genius," said "Sopranos" creator David Chase. "Anyone who saw him even in the smallest of his performances knows that. He is one of the greatest actors of this or any time. A great deal of that genius resided in those sad eyes."

Gandolfini, who won three Emmy Awards for his role as Tony Soprano, worked steadily in film and on stage after the series ended. He earned a 2009 Tony Award »

- The Associated Press

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‘Silence Of The Lambs’ Scribe Ted Tally Follows Agent Robert Bookman To Paradigm

4 April 2013 1:06 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Exclusive: Ted Tally, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of The Silence Of The Lambs, has followed his longtime agent Robert Bookman to Paradigm. Bookman left CAA to go to work for Sam Gores’s agency a month ago, and Tally becomes the first big Bookie client to make the move. Bookman has been among a number of well established CAA agents who’ve recently moved on to other agencies, and the question is always whether their star clients will follow suit. Bookman had close relationships at CAA with the likes of Cameron Crowe, Paul Greengrass, Jim Sheridan, Martin McDonagh, John Hillcoat and Martin Campbell. No word yet on other talent, but landing Tally is a coup for Paradigm. His other credits include Red Dragon, Before And After, The Juror and All The Pretty Horses. He won the National Review Award for scripting that Cormac McCarthy adaptation. As playwright, Tally won an Obie »

- MIKE FLEMING JR

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