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Robert Redford has added the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Chaplin Award to his list of honors for his work in front and behind the camera, and the Hollywood star said he still enjoys making movies after more than 50 years in the industry
One of Japan's most popular cartoon creations, Doraemon, a robot cat from the future with a magic pocket and a portal to anywhere, is to make his debut on US TV this year.
Tatyana Samoilova, a Soviet-era movie star best known for her role in a Cannes-winning war film, "The Cranes are Flying", died at 80.
'We are the real vampires; we attribute our bad behaviors to vampires,' says Giovanni Scognamillo, Istanbul's resident Count Dracula
Turkish film “Kelebeğin Rüyası” (The Butterfly’s Dream) has been nominated for three awards at the International Milan Film Festival
Heroin use likely played a role in the death of Live Aid founder Bob Geldof's daughter Peaches, the same drug that killed her mother Paula Yates in 2000, an inquest in Britain heard.
Monaco royals slam Grace biopic ahead of Cannes opening.
Japanese fans of Godzilla say the newly-unveiled monster, set to star in a Hollywood reboot of the post-war classic, is too fat and has been "super-sized" by a country used to large portions.
British actor Bob Hoskins, known for his roles in films including "Who Framed Roger Rabbit", has died at the age of 71 following a bout of pneumonia, his family said Wednesday.
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