The original Bernardo and Riff look back on the 60th anniversary of "West Side Story" and look ahead to Steven Spielberg's new version.
Jason Segel looks back at "The Muppets" 10 years later, calls it "an absolute dream come true."
Daniel Craig reflects on the harsh reaction his "Blond Bond" casting announcement received.
After passing on "Toy Story," Crystal made sure to say yes to "Monsters Inc.," which celebrates its 20th anniversary this month.
Vanilla Ice shares behind the scenes stories from the 1991 cult favorite on its 30th anniversary. "If you're ready for a nice cheesy movie, you throw this on."
Salma Hayek looks back at "Puss in Boots," a film that welcomed the Mexican accent that sometimes kept roles out of her reach.
"Soul Man" — the 1986 comedy about a rich white law student who poses as a Black man for a scholarship — was canceled almost immediately upon its release.
Kate Winslet, Emma Thompson, Greg Wise, Ang Lee and more gathered for a 25th anniversary reunion celebrating "Sense and Sensibility."
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Stars Scott Bakula and Kathy Ireland share memories from the making of "Necessary Roughness" as 1991 football comedy turns 30.
The MVP of Horror explains Stephen King's key role in launching franchise and also reveals whether he'll appear in Sam Raimi's "Doctor Strange" sequel teasing, "Let's just say it would be nice to be in the finished version."
Mark Wahlberg shares memories from the making of the Oscar-winning crime thriller as it turns 15.
Ethan Hawke shares memories of working with Oscar winner Denzel Washington as "Training Day" turns 20.
As Stanley Kubrick's controversial classic turns 50, the film's star feels no "responsibilities" for its graphic legacy.
Phil Rosenthal revisits his clashes with CBS and other behind-the-scenes stories on the 25th anniversary of "Everybody Loves Raymond."
Renowned pathologist Dr. Tracey McNamara, the film's science advisor, explains why Steven Soderbergh's 2011 virus thriller was so prescient.
The erstwhile Captain Kirk looks back on his "Trek" timeline, the notorious "Get a Life" skit, and his memories working with Leonard Nimoy, Lucille Ball and Christopher Plummer.
Kathleen Turner reveals challenges of shooting her first movie "Body Heat" as the steamy neo-noir thriller turns 40.
Ron Perlman looked back at the "f**king mess" that was "The Island of Dr. Moreau."
Tim Robbins and Lea Thompson look back at the 1986 disaster on the movie's 35th anniversary.
Scott Mitchell Rosenberg reveals how studio conflicts and box-office concerns torpedoed a 'Cowboys & Aliens' sequel on the film's 10th anniversary, and teases the franchise's potential return.
Revisiting the wild behind-the-scenes stories surrounding the big-screen "Miami Vice" on the movie's 15th anniversary.
International sex symbol shares the challenges of making the 1981 film on its 40th anniversary, including filming a nude scene and surviving a big cat attack.
Abigail Breslin reminisces about her Oscar-nominated role in "Little Miss Sunshine" as Little Indie That Could turns 15.