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Will The Academy's Weinstein Meeting Be Haunted By Darryl Zanuck's Ghost?

At the Margaret Herrick Library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Friday, the most telling books on Darryl F. Zanuck –  528 more words

Breaking News

The Longest Day (1962)

“You remember it. Remember every bit of it, ’cause we are on the eve of a day that people are going to talk about long after we are dead and gone.” 279 more words

1960s

Most Expensive Movie Ever? It’s a Battle Between ‘Pirates,’ ‘Cleopatra’ and ‘Avatar’

Tim Gray writes: June 12 marks the anniversary of the 1963 world premiere of “Cleopatra.” It raises the question: Who starred in the most expensive Hollywood movie ever — Johnny Depp or… 260 more words

Entertainment

[1944] Wilson

As far as biography goes, Wilson mostly skates through the life of President Woodrow Wilson; Wilson the academic; Wilson the politician; and Wilson the projection of war patriot and reluctant isolationist.   688 more words

First Take

Soundtrack Review: "The Robe" - Alfred Newman

Music Composed and Conducted by: Alfred Newman
Movie Genre: Drama, History
Movie Release: 1953
Soundtrack Release: 2012
Label: LaLa Land Records

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Reviews

My Reason to Watch WILSON (20th Century Fox 1944)

Normally I wouldn’t watch something like WILSON, producer Darryl F. Zanuck ‘s 1944 biographical box office flop about the 28th President of the United States. It didn’t sound like my cup of tea. 405 more words

Cracked Rear Viewer

Film history: Focus on veteran film director Jean Negulesco, his secretary, and Marilyn Monroe

Cover of Jean Negulesco’s autobiography “Things I Did and Things I Think I Did: A Hollywood Memoir” (1984)

Marilyn Monroe

In August 2000, I met with actress Sheree North (1932-2005) in Hollywood for an interview about her career in films, focusing on the years when she was under contract at 20th Century Fox, at the same time as Marilyn Monroe was, also at Fox; both were the new studio’s blonde leading ladies. 1,139 more words

Film History