Director Andrew V. McLaglen, best known for his work on Westerns including John Wayne's “McLintock!” and James Stewart's “Shenandoah,” has died at the age of 94. According to the Journal of the San…
Richard Sarafian, who directed the classic 1971 car chase pic “The Vanishing Point” and numerous TV shows and features, died Wednesday in Santa Monica, Calif., of complications from pneumonia. He was…
Patti Davis, the daughter of former President Ronald Reagan, is the author of eight books, including "The Long Goodbye," a memoir about losing her father to Alzheimer's. "My father wanted us to know…
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Daily:$1.9M Cumulative:$34.4M Fox -76.03%
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Daily:$962,590 Cumulative:$13.7M Universal Pictures -67.12%
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Daily:$864,209 Cumulative:$12.4M Warner Brothers -68.56%
Magician Louis William "Bill" Chaudet, a protege of Harry Blackstone Sr. and a technical adviser for film and television during the 1950s and 1960s, died in Folsom, Calif., on Jan. 5 after a long…
Actor and noted Hollywood acting coach Cliff Osmond, whose long career included roles in the Billy Wilder films "Irma La Douce," "Kiss Me Stupid," "The Front Page" and "The Fortune Cookie," died Dec…
Former child actress Susan Gordon (aka Susan L. Aviner), who played the young Dorothy Nichols in 1959 Danny Kaye vehicle "The Five Pennies" and Jenny in "The Fugitive" episode of "The Twilight Zone,"…
James Arness, the rangy thesp best known for his 20-year run as "Gunsmoke's" Marshal Matt Dillon, died Friday of natural causes at his home in Brentwood. He was 88.
Multihyphenate Clyde Ware, best known for his writing on such shows as "Gunsmoke," "Dynasty," and "Rawhide," died Aug. 30 in Los Angeles of cancer. He was 79.
Edward O. Denault, who was head of production at CBS and later VP of production at Lorimar Television, died Aug. 21 in Mission Viejo, Calif., of heart failure. He was 86.
Emmy-nommed TV producer and director Bernard L. Kowalski died Oct. 26 in Los Angeles.