Dennis Hopper Has Died

On May 29th actor Dennis Hopper passed away after battling prostate cancer for the last several months. Hopper is known best for his roles in Hoosiers, Apocalypse Now, Speed, Waterworld, and Easy Rider.

Hopper was going through a messy divorce with his wife Victoria Hopper. He received his Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame only two months ago, where his long-time friend Jack Nicholson accompanied him.

Dennis Hopper, rest in peace.

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Posted By : Ms. Hollywood
Posted On : June 1st, 2010
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Corey Haim is Dead

Childstar Corey Haim from Lost Boys

Child star Corey Haim was found unresponsive in his Burbank apartment early this morning. He was rushed to the hospital and pronounced dead at 3:30am (who would find him at this hour??). You may know Corey Haim from films like Lost Boys, License to Drive, Dream a Little Dream, and Watchers. Corey also co-starred with Corey Feldman in the reality show The Two Coreys on A&E. Corey had drug problems, which was known by most.

Rest in peace!

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Posted By : Ms. Hollywood
Posted On : March 10th, 2010
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R.I.P. Billy Mays


Famous infomercial man Billy Mays was found dead in his Tampa, FL home this morning at 7:45. An autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow as no cause of death is known at this time. Billy was currently on the reality show Pitchmen with Anthony Sullivan and known for his work in various informercials such as OxiClean, Orange Glo, Kaboom, Mighty Putty, Zorbeez, and many, many more. Billy was only 50 years old.

Condolences go out to his family and friends. R.I.P Billy!

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Posted By : Ms. Hollywood
Posted On : June 28th, 2009
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R.I.P. Sydney Pollock

Legendary director, producer, and actor Sydney Pollock died on Monday. The actor, who was 73, died from complications from cancer at his home in California.

I remember him from his dick-hole role in Changing Lanes with Ben Affleck. He was good. He won an Oscar for “Out of Africa” as best director and was most recently in the movie Michael Clayton. I saw that movie but it was boring as hell so I watched it with just one eye. I don’t remember Pollock in it but I’ll take imdb’s word for it.

Warmest wishes and thoughts to his family.

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Posted By : Ms. Hollywood
Posted On : May 27th, 2008
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R.I.P. Charlton Heston

Actor Charlton Heston died over the weekend. He was 84 years old. Because the movies Heston was in were way before my time, I know Heston best as the pro-gun guy who was in Michael Moore’s documentary Bowling For Columbine. He was, however, in many greats of his time.

Oscar-winning actor Charlton Heston, whose chiseled features and commanding presence won him epic roles from Moses to Michelangelo and became the face of American gun rights, died on Saturday night at age 84. Heston died at his home in Beverly Hills, California, with wife Lydia at his side, the family said in a statement. Heston, who won the 1959 best actor Oscar for the title role in “Ben Hur” in which he did many of his own chariot race stunts, had announced in 2002 that he was suffering symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.

Sad! Let’s hope he gets a good mention at the Oscars this year. We hope his family is doing okay. Rest in peace, Ben Hur!

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Posted By : Ms. Hollywood
Posted On : April 7th, 2008
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Oscar-Winning Director Anthony Minghella Dies

British filmmaker Anthony Minghella, who won a Best Director Oscar in 1996 for The English Patient, has died, his London-based agent confirmed to the Associated Press. He was 54.

Further details are not yet available.

Minghella’s other movies included 1999′s The Talented Mr. Ripley, which made a star out of Jude Law, and 2003′s Cold Mountain, which won an Oscar for its Supporting Actress Renée Zellweger.

His most recent movie was The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, which he recently finished filming in Botswana, reports CNN.

Minghella was married to Hong Kong-born choreographer Carolyn Choa.

Since 2003, he was chairman of the British Film Institute.


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Posted By : Ms. Hollywood
Posted On : March 18th, 2008
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