This year's preservation slate includes the 1987 musical biopic "La Bamba," ''Superman" from 1978, the 2000 thriller "Memento" and 1941's animated "Dumbo."
The filmmaker says his latest research has turned up some new facts about the liner's sinking, which he covers in a new National Geographic Channel documentary.
This fall will mark the 20th anniversary of the theatrical debut of Titanic, James Cameron’s Oscar-winning romance, which overcame a troubled production to become one of the most profitable and popular films in history. In an excerpt from Leading Lady: Sherry Lansing and the Making of a Hollywood Groundbreaker published in The Hollywood Reporter (whose executive features editor, Stephen Galloway, penned the book), Lansing confesses she absolutely loved the early footage that Cameron showed her.
The actress says, “I can’t wait to be under his mentorship again because he has been the best role model and the best mentor in the business for me.”
This year marks the 89th Academy Awards — meaning that we have 88 winners of the Oscars’ Best Picture to dig into so far. That’s a large number, and to help you wrap your head around it, Yahoo Movies has compiled a video of clips from every Best Picture winner ever, beginning with the 1927 silent film Wings and ending with last year’s Spotlight. It’s a crash course in Oscar history and film trends. Watch it above!
La La Land could join some elite company at the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday. Damien Chazelle’s hit musical has already tied the Oscar record for most nominations with 14, a status shared by Titanic and All About Eve. Soon, we’ll see how many it wins. But first, let’s talk a stroll down memory lane and look at the 15 movies that have won the most statues on Oscar night
Over 18 years ago, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet stole our hearts as the ill-fated lovers Jack and Rose in the blockbuster Titanic . Unlike that tragic romance, their friendship has stood the test of time — so has our love for them. The two actors are both nominated for Oscars this year: he, for Best Actor for The Revenant , and she, for Best Supporting Actress for Steve Jobs . So while they’re hitting the awards circuit again, we wanted to take a look back at our favorite pals on the red carpet.