Shuttered movie theaters across the U.S. are offering words of wisdom as the coronavirus continues to spread.
Here's an exclusive outtake from the railroad tracks scene in which Corey Feldman's Teddy tempts fate to the horror of his friends.
Richard Dreyfuss tells behind-the-scenes stories from his most beloved films, including "American Graffiti," "Jaws," "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," "The Goodbye Girl," "Stand By Me" and "What About Bob?"
Undisputed master of modern horror Stephen King offers unvarnished insight into the new 'It' movie, which of his movies deserve a second chance, much more
What if Bart Simpson played the kid in "The Sixth Sense," "Home Alone," "The Shining," "E.T.," and other movies? Thanks to Nancy Cartwright, now we know!
The screenwriters of "Stand by Me," Bruce A. Evans and Raynold Gideon, recall the making of Rob Reiner's coming-of-age classic on its 30th anniversary and showing the film to Stephen King.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the coming-of-age classic "Stand by Me," Andy Lindberg tells what it was like to be the central character in an unforgettable scene: the blueberry pie Barf-o-Rama.
Had it been our choice, we probably would have pushed for “Transformers: The Movie,” which opened the same weekend. Since there was no way my parents were going to a “Transformers” feature, “Stand By Me,” based on Stephen King’s 1982 novella, “The Body,” became the default option. Up on the screen, I saw kids not that much older than myself — Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Corey Feldman and Jerry O’Connell were just entering their teen years when the movie was shot — smoking cigarettes, firing guns, dodging trains and cursing with wild, wonderful abandon on their weekend journey to find the body of Ray Brower.
To younger viewers, Kiefer Sutherland is known as Jack Bauer, one of TV’s all-time great heroes from the long-running, real-time thrills of Fox’s 24. To those of us a little older, though, Sutherland will always be one of our favorite ‘80s bullies, vampires, and/or gunslingers for his roles in Stand by Me (1986), The Lost Boys (1987), and Young Guns (1988), respectively. The film, written by Brad Mirman and directed by Jon Cassar, not only reteams Sutherland with his A Few Good Men co-star Demi Moore, it pairs him onscreen with his famous father, Donald Sutherland, for the first time ever.