A scene-stealing kid from the film "Jaws" is now the police chief in the Martha's Vineyard town of Oak Bluffs.
'What About Bob?' at 30: Richard Dreyfuss called Bill Murray an ashtray-throwing 'Irish drunken bully.' Now he's ready to forgive.
Richard Dreyfuss alleged abusive behavior by his "What About Bob?" costar Bill Murray in a Role Recall interview with Yahoo Entertainment.
'Jaws' at 45: Richard Dreyfuss admits he thought Steven Spielberg's classic thriller would be a failure
Richard Dreyfuss shares memories from the making of "Jaws" in a "Role Recall" interview with Yahoo Entertainment.
"Jaws" arrived in theaters on June 20, 1975 — 45 years ago this month — and quickly made a splash.
Role Recall: Richard Dreyfuss on doubting 'Jaws,' coping with an abusive Bill Murray on 'What About Bob?' and more
Richard Dreyfuss tells behind-the-scenes stories from his most beloved films, including "American Graffiti," "Jaws," "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," "The Goodbye Girl," "Stand By Me" and "What About Bob?"
Richard Dreyfuss just found out he had a role in Stormy Daniels and Donald Trump's alleged Shark Week viewing party
Turns out Richard Dreyfuss likely narrated the Shark Week special Donald Trump and Stormy Daniels allegedly watched together, and even he can't come to terms with it.
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Richard Dreyfuss acknowledges behaving inappropriately toward a woman with whom he worked in the 1980s.
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'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' turns 40: Steven Spielberg in exclusive featurette talks making of sci-fi classic
Yahoo Entertainment exclusive debut of new Steven Spielberg interview included on 40th anniversary Blu-ray edition of 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind'
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He took home a best actor Academy Award in 1978 for his performance in 'The Goodbye Girl' — and now he stores it in a pretty cool place (literally)
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Tristan Mack Wilds and Stephen Moyer are acutely aware of the tense environment that police officers operate in on a daily basis, and they understand that those feelings of apprehension a two-way street. “My experience of police officers is that if somebody came up to me, I immediately thought I’d done something wrong, sometimes I had,” Moyer explained to Yahoo during the Television Critics Association in January. On the series, the former True Blood star plays Lt. Calvert Breeland, a small-town North Carolina cop who believes profiling works, but that belief will be put to the test when a black officer, Sheriff’s Deputy Joshua Beck (Wilds), shoots a white teen.
Richard Dreyfuss Has to Confirm He’s Still Alive After Twitter Confuses Him With Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s Late Father
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It’s summer break, bruh! Just because your friends and coworkers are living large on some beach doesn’t mean you can’t have fun! Sit back, relax, and enjoy not spending your retirement fund on airplane tickets with some movies! Here are three summer vacation comedy classics you can stream right now. Starring Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo, this comedy takes us along for the ride with the Griswold family as they try to overcome obstacle after obstacle on their way to Wally World. Make sure to keep your eyes peeled for the film debut of 30 Rock star Jane Krakowski! National Lampoon’s Vacation is available to rent on iTunes.
Will Ferrell was on Late Night with Seth Meyers Wednesday and ended his interview with a strongly worded message to legendary actor Richard Dreyfuss. “Richard, you know what unspeakable act you’ve committed against me and my family,” he exclaimed. “My family! My family, Richard!”
Wednesday night ABC premiered the first half of the Madoff mini-series. Audience members can expect a jam packed episode filled with lies your stockbroker tells you, adultery and a detailed narration of Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme. Early in the episode all the essential people apart of the Ponzi scheme are introduced and given a little bit of back story. For instance, Annette Bongiorno was Elizabeth Taylor’s doppleganger before she started working with the soul sucking Bernie Madoff. ...
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In Madoff, a four-hour TV-movie spread over two nights starting Wednesday on ABC, Richard Dreyfuss is Bernie Madoff, the financier who bilked clients out of billions of dollars in the largest Ponzi scheme ever perpetrated. Dreyfuss gets the giggles in early, when Madoff is riding high, juggling scores of clients, and reveling in the big price-tag goodies he can bestow upon his wife, Ruth (a wonderfully silky Blythe Danner), his brother (Peter Scolari, doing his nervous thing), and his sons Mark (Tom Lipinski) and Andrew (Danny Deferrari).