Legendary Hollywood actress Olivia De Havilland – who turned 100 on 1 July and whose career is celebrated this month at BFI Southbank in London – is as well known for her feud with her sister Joan Fontaine as she is for the many classic movies she made.
The swish four-bedroom flat in a glittering neighbourhood overlooks the Hudson River and the block has an on-site fitness club and private green space.
The five-time Oscar nominee took on the Hollywood contract system in the 1940s - and won
His life could soon be played out on the silver screen. Your social media is full of his one-liners. Rumi is Hollywood’s favourite Sufi poet, says Kashmira Gander
Coming at the end of primary season, the California race is often an anti-climax. But this year Bernie Sanders is seeking one last upset over Hillary Clinton, while the Trump campaign has sparked unrest up and down the Golden State.
She will still maintain her role as producer of the film
The venue defended their decision to let Depp perform, saying the actor deserved to be judged as innocent until proven guilty
'I like to think of myself as more than a head of hair or a set of looks,' says Harington
Wood says his recent interview has prompted several false and misleading headlines
'There are a lot of vipers in this industry, people who only have their own interests in mind,' Wood says
At Cannes Martin Scorcese announced that he has raised money to make hitman movie The Irishman. Why do films in which men behave so repulsively achieve cult status?
The American Civil Liberties Union requested an investigation into gender employment
Cate Blanchett implored Hollywood to see that 'the world is round' in her 2014 Oscars acceptance speech
'He just wanted a quiet beer and not a busy boozer. That was fine until somebody recognised him!'
The actress mysteriously drowned in 1981 and Mr Wagner raised three children alone
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