Ron Perlman looked back at the "f**king mess" that was "The Island of Dr. Moreau."
Jack O'Halloran looks back on 'Superman II' on the movie's 40th anniversary — and the ending that was cut from the film.
The iconic EGOT winner says she's "as honest and truthful" as she could possibly be in her unfiltered new documentary, "Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It."
The director also spoke out about drama with "not kind" Tommy Lee Jones and "psychotic" Val Kilmer on the "Batman Forever" set.
On what would have been his 61st birthday, it’s being reported that the King of Pop was once confronted by his friend Marlon Brando over the child abuse allegations against him.
Film critic David Edelstein, who writes reviews for New York Magazine and others, started the week with an apology, after actress Martha Plimpton and others called him out.
Rita Moreno, on "The Wendy Williams Show" Thursday, revealed some intimate details about her love life with Marlon Brando and Elvis Presley.
Quincy Jones has issued an apology after recently giving interviews in which he trash-talked Taylor Swift and the Beatles, said he dated Ivanka Trump, and declared that Michael Jackson “stole a lot of songs.”
Following some rather sensational claims from Quincy Jones, Richard Pryor's daughter has denied that her father slept with Marlon Brando.
Quincy Jones seems to have been sipping on truth serum — his last two major interviews turned into salacious tell-alls. So why hasn't he said anything about his old pal Bill Cosby?
After the veteran record producer casts shade on Trump Sr. and says he dated Ivanka, people are waiting with baited breath to see if a presidential tweet will issue forth.
The iconic music producer makes a bunch of crazy allegations in a new interview, which arrives less than a month after his previous crazy interview.
The government asserts that funding for Red Granite films came from stolen Malaysian funds and that Leonardo DiCaprio was gifted artwork purchased with embezzled money. The actor has already turned over a Marlon Brando Oscar.
Early winners include Fredric March for "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," Clark Gable for "It Happened One Night," and Spencer Tracy for "Captains Courageous."
With Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in theaters in 'La La Land,' we look at other A-Listers who weren't the first names to come to mind to belt out a tune or do some fancy steps on the big screen
The “Magnificent Seven” star told Stephen Colbert he fantasized about a triumphant Brando-like Broadway debut. According to the reviewer, it was anything but. Fortunately, the actor persevered. “I’m still here, man,” the four-time Oscar nominee exulted to the “Late Show” host. “I’m 45! I’m on the Colbert show!”