Stephen Dunham, who starred in several television shows including NBC's DAG, died last week after suffering a heart attack, Variety reports.
Don Cheadle realizes he's best known for dramatic roles in such films as Crash, Hotel Rwanda and Traffic. But he finds it odd that so many viewers aren't expecting to see him flex his comedic muscles from him in his new series House of Lies.
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Kimberly Stewart, Benicio Del Toro
Kimberly Stewart is having Benicio Del Toro's baby, People reports.
Stewart, 31, and del Toro, 44, are not a couple, but they are both are very excited about the baby, according to the magazine.
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Jimmy Smits has signed on to NBC's S.I.L.A., TVGuide.com has learned.
Special Investigations L.A. looks at Los Angeles through multiple perspectives, including law enforcement, the justice system, city hall and the criminal underworld.
Smits, 55, will play...
An Australian woman is claiming Ocean's Eleven director Steven Soderbergh is the father of her baby daughter and is suing him for child support, according to The Associated Press.
The paternity suit filed by Frances Lawrencina Anderson alleges that Soderbergh, 48, helped pay for her medical expenses during her pregnancy, and that a DNA test showed he was...
NBC has picked up a drama pilot from Traffic screenwriter Stephen Gaghan, Variety reports.
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New NBC Programming Chief Bob Greenblatt has ordered a pilot for Gaghan's drama, S.I.L.A, aka Special Investigations L.A. Similar to the style of Traffic, the project looks at Los Angeles through...
Don Cheadle has been tapped to star in the pilot House of Lies, a half-hour dark comedy based on the novel of the same name, the network announced Monday.
Based on Martin Kihn's tell-all House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Tell You the Time, the project will star the 46-year-old Oscar-nominated actor as...
Clifton Collins Jr.
Clifton Collins Jr. is joining the NBC drama The Event, a network rep confirms.
Collins — whose credits include the films Star Trek, Traffic and Capote — will play...
Question: I'm a health teacher and am looking for some good movies about drug addiction or abuse. Do you have any suggestions?Answer: You don't say how old your students are, so I feel I should warn you that all these movies contain material that many people would consider unsuitable for younger teenagers. But frankly, the drug life is full of material that's unsuitable for younger teenagers, so that just goes with the territory. Please also be aware that this isn't a definitive list, but these are films that have stuck with me. These titles deal vividly with life as an addict:
The Man With the Golden Arm (1955). It's old-fashioned, but it was a pioneering look at heroin addiction.
Drugstore Cowboy (1989)
Jesus' Son (2000)
Requiem for a Dream (2000)
The Panic in Needle Park (1971)
Bubble's Debbie Doebereiner
The latest film from Academy Award-winning director Steven Soderbergh seeks not to break box-office records, earn countless awards or chronicle what's next for Danny Ocean and his band of merry thieves. No, all it wants to do is change the way Hollywood makes movies. Forever.
Bubble, starring absolutely no one you have heard of — unless, per chance, you are a resident of Parkersburg, W. Va., or Belpre, Ohio — presents the story of two doll-factory drones whose very, very quiet world is turned upside down by a shocking murder. Sounds good and typically art-housey so far, right? But the reason all eyes in Hollywood are on this little film that could — made for a pittance of $1.6 million — is that Bubble will be released in theaters and on cable (via HDNet Movies) today, and will then become available on DVD on Tuesday.