Thirty years ago, Jackson's 'Black or White' music video was famously censored after it premiered on television following "The Simpsons."
Naughton explains how pioneering makeup legend Rick Baker crafted the best werewolf transformation ever.
Jamie Lee Curtis talks "Halloween," "Trading Places," "A Fish Called Wanda," "True Lies" and more in our new episode of "Role Recall."
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.
John Landis and Dan Aykroyd talk about "Blues Brothers" and late star John Belushi's rampant cocaine use.
In what is perhaps the most famous sequence in the 1980 action-comedy, Jake and Elwood Blues speed through the multilevel streets of downtown Chicago in a 1974 black-and-white Dodge Monaco sedan as dozens of siren-blaring cop cars give chase.
<strong>UPDATE</strong>: The great Dan Aykroyd read Deadline’s recent tribute to Aretha Franklin’s performance in <em>Blues Brothers</em>, and had a different recollection of events surrounding him not starring in <em> Animal House</em> than did John Landis, who directed both films and recalled that <em>Saturday Night Live’</em>s Lorne Michaels kept Aykroyd from joining his pal Belushi in the frat house classic because several cast members from the then white-hot show were peeling off to do films. Landis also…
'Animal House' director is tired of sameness in Marvel's Cinematic Universe — though he got excited by the absence of city-destroying in new 'Wonder Woman'
Another Landis is getting to howl at the moon. Max Landis will write and direct a remake of American Werewolf in London, following the footsteps of his father John Landis, who directed the 1981 original. The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and cohort David Albert, who exec produce the AMC television show, are to produce the remake, which is set up at Universal.
John Belushi’s Bluto Blutarsky is a food fightin’ man in ‘National Lampoon’s Animal House’ (Everett)