Recognizable, if not famous, for his burly build and husky voice, Danny Aiello was an ex-union president who broke into acting in his 30s and remained a dependable player for decades.
Shelley Morrison, an actress with a 50-year career who was best known for playing a memorable maid on “Will & Grace,” died Sunday, her publicist said.
Another year, another dozen or so superhero, comic book and sci-fi movies blasting their way onto the big screen. Just keep reading to learn what’s coming out and when to mark your calendar.
In an underdog win for a movie about an underdog profession, the newspaper drama “Spotlight” took best picture at a 88th Academy Awards.
At the iconic TCL Chinese Theatre, where the first “Star Wars” premiered in 1977, fans are already camped out this weekend, eagerly awaiting their turn when the film opens for regular folks next Friday.
Maureen O’Hara, the flame-haired Irish movie star who appeared in classics ranging from the grim “How Green Was My Valley” to the uplifting “Miracle on 34th Street” and bantered unforgettably with John Wayne in several films, has died. She was 95.
Long-standing barriers fell at Sunday’s Emmy Awards as Viola Davis became the first non-white actress to claim top drama series acting honors, Jon Hamm finally won for “Mad Men,” and “Game of Thrones” overcame voters’ anti-fantasy resistance to claim the most trophies ever in a season.