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Filmmaker Jonathan Demme possessed a rock 'n' roll spirit

Apr/26/2017

For good reason, several of pop music's greatest visionaries -- Neil Young, David Byrne, Bruce Springsteen, the Pretenders -- turned to filmmaker Jonathan Demme when they wanted to put their work on a big screen. It wasn't simply because of Demme...





Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme dies at 73

Apr/26/2017

Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme, whose creative restlessness and wide-ranging curiosity about all facets of the human condition animated such diverse films as "Something Wild," "Stop Making Sense," "The Silence of the Lambs" and "...





Appreciation: Jonathan Demme captured true spirit of the American renegade

Apr/26/2017

Crushing news: One of the warmest, brightest American filmmakers to come of age in the 1970s, Jonathan Demme, has died at age 73. The online film site Indiewire reported Wednesday that the Oscar-winning director of "The Silence of the Lambs" (...





'They are not cutting ties:' Dr. Luke rep responds to report producer and Sony Music have split

Apr/26/2017

Hit maker Dr. Luke is no longer chief executive of the label he founded under Sony Music in 2011, but sources indicate his relationship with the label hasn't been completely severed. On Tuesday, the Hollywood Reporter wrote that Sony had ...





Jeff Goldblum primed for return in new 'Jurassic' movie

Apr/26/2017

Once again, Jeff Goldblum's world is about to get a little more Jurassic. He will be returning to the "Jurassic Park" franchise in the fifth film, currently untitled and scheduled for release on June 22, 2018, according to the Hollywood Reporter....





A strike by TV and movie writers may be just days away. Here's what you need to know

Apr/26/2017

LOS ANGELES -- Ready or not, Hollywood may be thrust into another writers' strike in less than a week. A decade after the previous walkout that lasted 100 days, film and TV executives are once again bracing for a strike that could roil the ...





Director Jonathan Demme dies at 73

Apr/26/2017

Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme, 73, died Wednesday morning in New York City. Family sources say the cause of death was esophageal cancer and complications from heart disease. Demme started out making B-movies ("Handle With Care" in 1978) ...





'Three's Company' parody '3C' ends up more than a bit uncomfortable

Apr/26/2017

CHICAGO -- The rights holders of the sitcom "Three's Company," which aired on ABC from 1977 through 1984 and starred the late John Ritter as a man who lived with two single women and pretended to be gay to appease their itchy landlord, were so ...





Martha Lavey, longtime leader of Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre, dead at 60

Apr/26/2017

CHICAGO -- An indefatigable, unstinting and intellectually voracious artistic director who reinvented Chicago's most audacious and aggressive theater for a new era, Martha Lavey wrestled the Steppenwolf Theatre Company -- kicking and screaming -- ...





A neo-Nazi rally prompts a bold new recording

Apr/26/2017

CHICAGO -- Chicago drummer-bandleader Mike Reed wasn't sure if he'd live or die. After stepping off a train in the Czech town of Prerov on April 4, 2009, Reed and his band were startled to see police in riot gear, weapons drawn, dogs at their ...