Jamie Lee Curtis says #MeToo movement 'would have really upset' late mother Janet Leigh
Jamie Lee Curtis spoke with actress Melanie Griffith about their famous moms, Tippi Hedren and Janet Leigh.
Kim Novak talks about Donald Trump's 2014 criticism of her looks: 'Stupidest thing I could have done'
The star of Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo" explains why she left Hollywood.
'Young & Restless' star Melody Thomas Scott talks stabbing Clint Eastwood, almost becoming Marcia Brady
Six decades in showbiz — four as one of the biggest stars of daytime TV — and it’s no surprise that Melody Thomas Scott has stories.
'Psycho' turns 60: Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the iconic horror film
It's mad to think that it's been 60 years since Alfred Hitchcock shocked the world with his groundbreaking horror film. Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the iconic movie.
Eminem reenacts Las Vegas concert shooting in new 'Darkness' video while calling for better gun laws
The rapper’s eleventh studio album, "Music To Be Murdered By," was released Friday as well as the video for the track “Darkness,” which calls for an overhaul of U.S. gun laws.
Kim Novak talks Hitchcock, being the butt of Donald Trump's plastic surgery joke: I 'would've rather Trump hadn't said that'
"Kim should sue her plastic surgeon," the future president tweeted in 2014 after the actress presented at the Oscars.
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New 'The Woman in the Window' trailer terrifies and sparks calls for Amy Adams to win an Oscar
The new trailer for "The Woman in the Window" is being compared to suspenseful movies including Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window" and the more recent "Gone Girl."
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Shirley MacLaine says Rat Pack pals Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin never hit on her: 'They protected me'
“I wasn’t part of any sexual innuendo. I was one of the guys,” MacLaine told the New York Times Magazine in an interview touching on many of her former colleagues.
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Amber Rose re-creates 'Psycho' shower scene to sell sex toys
What would Alfred Hitchcock think? The model is doing an ad campaign for a sex toy line, and the knife was replaced by a vibrator in this very modern "Psycho" shower scene redo.
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Yahoo Entertainment's Very Merry 2017 Holiday Gift Guide
From superheroes to Britney Spears, Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop to "Seinfeld" accessories, we've got suggestions for everyone on your nice list.
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BBC remaking Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds' for TV
The BBC and producer David Heyman are bringing Alfred Hitchcock's classic 1963 horror film 'The Birds' to TV.
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‘Room 104’: HBO’s New Anthology Series
Review: HBO's new anthology series "Room 104" from the Duplass brothers is wildly uneven.
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'The Batman' Director Matt Reeves Discusses Possible Hitchcock Influence on His Upcoming Superhero Film
He says, "I want to make sure you are experiencing something from the perspective of the main character in the story. I'm a huge Hitchcock fan — I like the idea of being immersed in that perspective."
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What to Stream: 3 Movies With a Surprise Ending After This Wild Election
Were the results of the 2016 Election not quite what you expected? In 1960, the same year JFK narrowly defeated Richard Nixon to become the 35th President of the United States, Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho hit theaters. When one woman on the lam finds herself at a secluded motel, she encounters the crazed motel manager, Norman Bates.
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'Fear the Walking Dead': Drama Adrift
Fear the Walking Dead: Drama Adrift Escaping the Los Angeles zombie invasion by hopping on a yacht—it’s such an L.A. thing to do, don’t you think? The shift off-shore puts more of the drama on the shoulders of wealthy bully-commander Strand (Colman Domingo), who gets to say, “It’s my boat” at least three times in the opening hour. When the series first premiered, I liked it for its emphasis on something other than The Walking Dead’s constant zombie-killing and its game of “Who in the cast will die next?” In Kim Dickens, Ruben Blades, Cliff Curtis, and Domingo, the show had strong actors who could pull off a lot of the show’s melodramatic dread without being excessively histrionic about it.
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'11.22.63' Postmortem: Channeling Hitchcock for 'The Truth'
'11.22.63' showrunner Bridget Carpenter takes us behind-the-scenes of the Hitchcock-ian suspense of episode 5, 'The Truth.'