The Legendary Lee Marvin was born on this day in 1924

Lee Marvin, it’s one of Hollywood’s biggest movie legends, but he also was a man who had many sides to him. War soldier, actor, singer and even the first Hollywood advocate for Gay Rights. We look back at his life on his birthday

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On his 70th birthday, check out the Top 5 John Travolta Movies

The famous actor John Travolta was born on this day, February 18, 1954, in Englewood, New Jersey. On his 70th birthday, check out the Top 5 John Travolta Movies

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Alejandro Jodorowsky: A Visionary Journey in Film, Art, and Spirituality

Alejandro Jodorowsky, the Chilean-French filmmaker, artist, and spiritual guru, is a singular force in the world of cinema. He created surrealist and visually rich cinematic masterpieces such as “El Topo” and “Holy Mountain” developing an unique style while never surrendering to the mainstream. He celebrates 95 today

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Remembering the Hollywood glamour icon Lana Turner born 103 years ago today

During the 1940’s the legendary Lana Turner became one of the highest-paid women in the United States, with leading roles in classics such as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and The Postman Always Rings Twice

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The Father of Zombie film George A. Romero was born 84 years ago today: Remembering five of his very best movies

In 1968 the writer, producer, director and editor, released in his own producing company the number one Zombie movie of all time, Night of the Living Dead

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Remembering the actress and sex symbol Farrah Fawcett born on this day in 1947

During the 1970’s the actress Farrah Fawcett became one of the most popular sex symbols in the planet, all thanks to an iconic 1976 photo that shows her in a red one-piece bathing suit and to her memorable role in Charlie’s Angels

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Remembering the Hollywood legend Clark Gable born on 123 years ago today

During the 1930’s Clark Gable skyrocketed to international success by appearing in lead roles in movies such as the 1939 classic “Gone With The Wind”, and his last film was “The Misfits” alongside Marilyn Monroe, released in 1961

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Christian Bale turns 50 today

Christian Bale made his big screen debut at age 13 in Spielberg’s “Empire of the Sun” and aside of his talent, is also known as taking acting methods to the extreme by exposing his body to transformations that he regards as necessary to embody the characters

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The retired and acclaimed actor Gene Hackman celebrates 94

Throughout his career, Gene Hackman made film history by playing some of the most memorable roles ever in movies such as “French Connection”, “Superman: The Movie” or “Mississippi Burning”

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Retired actress Bridget Fonda turns 60 today

Turning 60 today is the talented Bridget Fonda, the daughter of Peter Fonda and niece of Jane, who since 2002 hasn’t played any role. During the 1990’s she starred in some of the decade’s most memorable films including Point of No Return, Single White Female and Tarantino’s Jackie Brown

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The actress Tippi Hedren turns 94

Tippi Hedren’s memorable screen debut was in the Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds” in 1963, but the professional relation between both ended abruptly while the actress filmed her second movie with the famed director in 1964, due to serious accusations made by Hedren, who’s also the mother of other famous actress, Melanie Griffith

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The memorable and iconic comedian Oliver Hardy was born on this day in 1892

He was one of the first comedy movie stars, as one half of duo Laurel and Hardy, with British comedian Stan Laurel, he became famous worldwide with the pair’s movies that begun in the era of silent films. To remember this great comedian born 132 years ago today, entertain yourself with five feature films from Laurel and Hardy.

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Nicolas Cage turns 60: 6 Essential movies from the famous and charismatic actor

Nicolas Cage was born into Hollywood royalty but dropped his famous family name and built one for himself, coming to prominence during the 1980’s and 1990’s playing some of the most memorable and charismatic film characters ever, using what he has named, his own “Nouveau Shamanic” acting method

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The beautiful actress, musician and singer Tia Carrere celebrates 57 today

Tia Carrere’s big screen breakthrough role was as Cassandra, Wayne Campbell’s girlfriend in the 1992 comedy “Wayne’s World”, what some people might not know is that as a singer and musician, her talent has been recognized with a Grammy Award

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Iconic Andy Warhol Superstar “Little” Joe Dallesandro was born on this day in 1948

Joe Dallesandro became one of the absolute icons of the underground culture during the 1960’s and 1970’s, he starred on some of the most memorable Andy Warhol movies and is one of the most famous Andy Warhol’s Superstars, his looks and image have influenced style and fashion for decades now, today he turns 75

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70 Photographs of Joe Dallesandro: An enduring fashion and style icon

An underground icon, a gay subculture icon and a style icon, with his unique sense of fashion and sensuality, Joe Dallesandro has been one of the most influential men on style and fashion since he first became an Andy Warhol Superstar in the late 1960’s. We’ve put together 70 of Joe’s best photographs to celebrate his birthday

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The Midnight Cowboy Jon Voight turns 85

The actor, who’s also the father of Angelina Jolie, played several memorable roles throughout his career but his signature role and the best remembered may be that one of Joe Buck in the 1969 classic “Midnight Cowboy”

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Acclaimed and awarded actor Denzel Washington turns 69

Five essential movies from Denzel Washington that since the 1980’s has graced the audiences with his talent to portray complex and historical figures

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Horror classic “The Exorcist” premiered on this day in 1973

Horror classic “The Exorcist” stands as one of the finest of it’s genre and gained a cult following that lasts to this day, based on the William Peter Blatty’s novel of the same name, it premiered on this day in 1973

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Samuel L. Jackson turns 75

Long before he played the role that made him one of the best well known and appreciated actors in the planet, the “Pulp Fiction” character Jules Winnfield, Samuel L. Jackson already had his career, both as a stage actor and on the big screen, in full steam. The Tarantino masterpiece only solidified it

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Canadian actor Kiefer Sutherland turns 57

The son of the acclaimed actor Donald Sutherland built a career with a name of his own over the past 40 years both on TV and the big screen, starring in popular films and shows such as “The Lost Boys”, “Stand By Me”, “Flatliners” and 24 among many others

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Jane Fonda Turns 86

Actress, TV celebrity, Sex Symbol and activist, Jane Fonda has been in the spotlight over the last six decades as one of the most famous women in the planet. We look back at her life and career on the day she turns 86

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James Cameron’s “Titanic” was released 26 years ago today on December 19, 1997

26 years ago, in 1997, today one of the biggest blockbusters of all time was released, directed by James Cameron, “Titanic” was a fictional story based on the famous ship disaster. We look back at the now classic

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Stanley Kubrick’s Dystopian Future Masterpiece “A Clockwork Orange” premiered on this day in 1971

Based on Anthony Burgess’s 1962 novel of the same name, Stanley Kubrick’s dystopian future masterpiece “A Clockwork Orange” premiered for the first time on December 19th, 1971 in New York City, we look back at one of the greatest movies ever made, that has and keeps playing a very important role on Pop Culture throughout the years

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Remembering the Canadian actor Christopher Plummer 

He’ll be forever known as the famous Captain Georg von Trapp from the 1965 classic “The Sound of Music”, but Christopher Plummer, who was born on December 13, 1929 in Toronto, Canada, had a successful career that earned him numerous awards and nominations, a passion of acting that endured until the end of his life

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The Essential 12 Walt Disney Classics

Check this 12 absolute Disney classics to celebrate the 122nd birthday of the, sometimes controversial, but also important figure in the history of animation and cultural history.

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Top 10 Christmas Horror Movies

It’s Christmas time again, and sometimes, the silent night can be the deadliest of all nights. Today we present you our list of the Top 10 Christmas Horror Movies. For this list we included only feature length movies, we excluded short movies and TV movies. Do you agree with our list? Comment to give your opinion!

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“Good Will Hunting” Celebrates 26th Anniversary Today

Directed by Gus Van Sant, “Good Will Hunting” is the film that made Matt Damon and Ben Affleck household names, it was released on this day in 1997. We revisit this modern classic that also featured Robin Williams in the lead role

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The iconic “Divine Miss M” singer and actress Bette Midler turns 78 today

From Broadway to Hollywood the famous singer and actress Bette Midler has done it all, the awarded actress has one of the longest and most successful careers on showbiz, from stage plays to musicals to movie dramas, the iconic actress turns 78 today

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Whitney Houston starts a record-breaking 14 week at No.1 on the Hot 100 with “I Will Always Love You” in 1992

Used as the theme song for the movie “The Bodyguard”, Whitney Houston’s rendition of Dolly Parton’s “I Will Always Love You” broke several records and became Houston’s signature song. Read some facts about the song and her 1992 version

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The “Dirty Dancing” theme song “(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life” by Jennifer Warnes and Bill Medley went No.1 on the Hot 100 on this day in 1987

“(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life” by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes, was released in 1987 as the theme song of the “Dirty Dancing” movie soundtrack and had such a huge success worldwide that today is still one of the most frequently played songs on radio

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Influential film director Martin Scorsese turns 81: Check five of his must watch movies

The legendary Scorsese is widely regarded as one of the most significant and influential filmmakers in cinematic history, Today on his 81st birthday here’s five essential movies to watch directed by him.

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Remembering Hollywood legend Rock Hudson

He’s still considered to this day one of Hollywood’s biggest sex symbols ever, and one of it’s first heartthrobs, Rock Hudson, the legendary actor whose career accidentally became a shining example of Hollywood’s classical “star system”-style career promotion and ended in tragedy

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10 Must Watch Leonardo DiCaprio Movies

Turning 49 today, since the 1990’s that DiCaprio’s acting career hasn’t stopped growing and maturing, earning him dozens of awards and nominations over the last 30 years

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Understanding modern horror: revisiting Wes Craven’s masterpiece “A Nightmare On Elm Street”

Wes Craven’s “A Nightmare On Elm Street” remains one of Horror’s most influential and popular movies, and Freddy Krueger, an immortal character that still haunts many of our dreams

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In 1984 Paul McCartney climbs to No.1 with his soundtrack album “Give My Regards To Broad Street”

Released in 1984, Paul McCartney’s movie “Give My Regards To Broad Street” was the attempt of the former Beatle to bring back the same feeling as The Beatles movies during the 1960’s, however the soundtrack to the movie did better than the movie itself

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10 Of The Best Horror Movies of the 1930’s to 1950’s

These movies are truly the product of the first creative minds on the Horror genre, most of us are familiar to these titles as some were remade several times but if you haven’t seen these originals, you might want to create your movie playlist to Halloween now with our Top 10 Best Horror Movies of the 1930’s to 1950’s

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“The Nightmare Before Christmas” Celebrates 30th Anniversary Today

The genesis of “The Nightmare Before Christmas” started with a Poem by Tim Burton that he wrote it during his time as a Disney animator in the early 1980’s. The movie is now regarded as an animation classic, that looks as fresh as when it was first released in 1993…and always a favorite for the Halloween season

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In 1978 “KISS Meets the Phantom of The Park”

During the Halloween season of 1978 KISS makes their film debut on “KISS Meets the Phantom of The Park”, a TV movie made for NBC that features the band as their stage characters. Despite the bad reviews the movie had ever since it’s release, it has now attained cult film status

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Remembering Jackie Coogan, The Kid who grew to be Uncle Fester

The actor was one of the first profitable and highly marketed child stars in film history, appearing as the iconic homeless child in the Charlie Chaplin’s classic “The Kid” and as an adult in “The Addams Family” 1960’s TV series

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Actor Viggo Mortensen turns 65

Twice nominated for an Academy Award, the Danish-American actor Viggo Mortensen became popular by playing Aragorn in “The Lord Of The Rings” but long before that he starred in a string of hit movies and TV shows in a career now spanning for over three decades

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Vampira: The First Glamour Ghoul of Horror

The story of the legendary Vampira Show is a tough one to tell. Only two minutes of the early 1950’s series survive on YouTube, although an episode of the show was reconstructed and released in October 2007. The woman behind the campy, late-night horror hostess Vampira was Maila Nurmi

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Revisiting Bernardo Bertolucci’s controversial “Last Tango In Paris”

51 years after it’s original release, the reputation of Bernardo Bertolucci’s “Last Tango In Paris” featuring Marlon Brando and Maria Scheneider still lives up to it’s enduring controversy

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The eternal Mary Poppins and Sister Maria Julie Andrews turns 88 today

She is one of our favorite Pop icons, for over 5 decades she has brought us smiles and joy as we watched over the years the timeless movies “May Poppins” and “The Sound Of Music”, today Julie Andrews turns 88

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Looking Back At Michael Douglas Career On His 79th Birthday

The son of Hollywood royalty, Michael Douglas built a solid career and name for himself without having to live in the shadow of his parent’s success and over the last 50 years he has done some of the Cinema’s history most memorable movies and iconic characters

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7 essential movies of the enigmatic and once Hollywood’s biggest sex symbol Mickey Rourke who turns 71

During the 1980’s, Mickey Rourke was the biggest sex symbol in Hollywood, landing in several roles of successful erotic or that featured erotic scenes movies and also roles that often reflect his real life, between boxing, ups, downs, and Hollywood

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10 Of The Best Horror Movies of the 1960’s & 1970’s

The 1960’s and 1970’s were a golden age for Horror cinema, countless classics were produced during a 20 year period that influenced directors and writers for years to come and remain a part of our collective imagery. We’ve created a Top 10 list with some of the best and essential Horror movies of the 1960’s and 1970’s, just a glimpse of the good movies those two decades produced

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Remembering the Hollywood legend Gene Kelly

Gene Kelly is ranked by the American Film Institute as the 15th greatest male screen legend of Classic Hollywood, and remembered as one of the earliest multi-faceted stars, remaining popular to this day due to memorable roles such as the one he played in “Singin’ in the Rain”

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“Bambi”, a Walt Disney timeless classic that remains relevant eight decades after it’s release

“Bambi”, the groundbreaking animation classic was first released in August 1942 and has over the years sparkled the debate of real and serious subjects. We look back at this universally inspiring and touching film

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The Robert De Niro Top 10 Movies

A brilliant and acclaimed actor, Robert De Niro has written several pages in movie history since the 1970’s when he first got noticed with his memorable role of the young Vito Corleone in the 1974 “The Godfather Part II”. We look back at his Top 10 Best Roles today that he turns 80

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Celebrate the Fabulous Mae West Birthday with 20 stunning images of this Hollywood Sex Symbol and Icon

Mae West was one of the first cinematic sex symbols, blonde bombshells and vamps, with an image she cultivated during over 7 decades and endures to this day, iconic as ever

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Acclaimed and awarded actress Halle Berry is 57 today

Over the last two decades Halle Berry has been present in some of the most successful blockbusters including the “X-Men” movie series, “Catwoman” and “Gothika”, the actress who started as a model and came 6th in the Miss World contest, turns 57 today

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The Hollywood founding father Cecil B. DeMille was born 142 years ago today: Take a look at five of his best movies

As Gloria Swanson famously said in “Sunset Boulevard”, “I am ready for my close up, Mr. DeMille.” The legendary director and producer was born in 1881 and was the top man in Hollywood from the dawn of cinema until his death in 1959

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Remembering Jack Haley, the iconic Tin Man from “The Wizard of Oz” on his 126th anniversary of his birth

Initially, Haley was not the actor that had been cast to play that iconic role of Tin Man in “The Wizard of Oz”, the role that gave him an enduring Hollywood legend status

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“Sunset Boulevard” – A timeless and magnificent cinema masterpiece

“All right, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up.” was heard by audiences for the first time on August 10, 1950. Starring Gloria Swanson in her signature role, “Sunset Boulevard”, this Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett “Film Noir” masterpiece, it’s an essential movie to watch

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Melanie Griffith turns 66 today

Throughout her career, Melanie Griffith landed some iconic movie roles that remain memorable. The daughter of actress Tippi Hedren, Griffith made a name for herself, and built a career mixed with many relationships and marriages in the eye of the public. Today she turns 66

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Awarded and influential actor Dustin Hoffman turns 86: 7 of his best movies

Known for his portrayals of emotionally vulnerable characters and also antiheroes, Dustin Hoffman was born on August 8, 1937

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Actor and comedian Paul Reubens dies at age 70

Paul Reubens, the actor and comedian who created the iconic character Pee-wee Herman, died Sunday night after a private bout of cancer. He was 70. “Please accept my apology for not going public with what I’ve been facing the last six years,” wrote Reubens in a statement posted to Instagram after his death.

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“What’s up, Doc?” In 1940 Bugs Bunny made his official debut with “A Wild Hare”

Created in the late 1930’s, Bugs Bunny is the most famous rabbit in the world, an iconic figure that even has his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He made his official debut on July 27, 1940 with “A Wild Hare”

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Controversial German actor Emil Jannings was born on this day in 1884

Emil Jannings, who played memorable roles in “Faust” and “The Blue Angel” was the first to ever receive an Academy Award for Best Actor, but his political ties and ideology put an end to his popularity

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Five of the best Woody Harrelson movies

Woody Harrelson, turning 62 today, rose to fame in the 1980’s as the barman Woody Boyd in the hit TV series “Cheers” but it was his roles in controversial movies such as “Natural Born Killers” and “The People Vs. Larry Flynt” that solidified his acting career

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Colombian actor John Leguizamo turns 59 today

John Leguizamo is one of the most familiar faces on the big screen since the 1990’s, starring in several hit movies since his role as Luigi in the 1993 “Super Mario Bros”, but before that the Colombian actor had some appearances in memorable 1980’s TV series and music videos

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The Top 5 William Dafoe Movies

William Dafoe, the highly prolific and awarded actor was born on July 22, 1955. He is one of the most recognized faces in the big screen and one of our favorite actors and today that he turns 68, take a look at his Top 5 Movies

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Remembering the Hollywood icon Natalie Wood

She remains one of the most memorable Hollywood actresses of all time, a symbol from one of the most appreciated movie history eras with several timeless classics, and her untimely death, a mystery . Remember this timeless Hollywood icon born 85 years ago today

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Actor Frank Whaley turns 60 today

Frank Whaley’s character Brett on the 1994 Quentin Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction”, remains one of the most memorable in the movie, the actor has appeared on several serious hit movies during the late 1980’s and 1990’s including “Field of Dreams”, “The Doors”, “Born On The Fourth Of July” and “JFK”

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