Sybil Christopher Dies; Richard Burton's Ex-Wife Ran Nightclubs, Produced Theater (Update) 14 weeks ago
Sybil Christopher, the wife that Richard Burton famously left for Elizabeth Taylor, has died. She was 83.
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Exclusive: Already in dutch with theater owners, the company told subscribers they could get the movie a mere 23 days after its theatrical release
The dismal performance of “Arthur” this weekend may just put a bullet in plans to make Brand the next big comedy star on the order of Sacha Baron Cohen
Russell Brand proves he isn't Dudley, but his remake of the comic's iconic 1981 film just might be; "Hanna" ($12.3M) and "Soul Surfer" ($11.1M) show a little pop; "Your Highness" scores harsh $9.5M
Russell Brand brings plenty of energy to the role originated by Dudley Moore, but lovable drunks are no longer considered as funny as they once were
Hollyblog: The late actor was insecure about his tortured childhood, his diminutive height and his club foot -- but not about his comedy
Will the comedy remake about a supposedly lovable, perpetually soused millionaire make the rat’s-nest-coiffed Brit comic an even bigger star? Not bloody likely
Brit comic Russell Brand's take on Dudley Moore's iconic "Arthur" is below tracking on its first day; "Your Highness," "Soul Surfer" and "Hanna" also have middling day-one results
Helen Mirren brings a touch of class to the remake of the 1981 film "Arthur"
The studio will release "Crazy, Stupid, Love" on July 29 instead of "Horrible Bosses"
Jared Stern ("Toy Story 3") will write the script for 20th Century Fox's period action-comedy
Universal moves its "Battleship"; WB's "Dark Knight" sequel eyes March start date; John August in talks to write "Monsterpocalypse"
HOLLYBLOG: The original's greatest gift was a boatload of brilliant one-line zingers
Jason Winer (ABC's "Modern Family") will direct the comedy from a script by Peter Baynham ("Borat")
We could be seeing a lot more of the studio's upcoming "Arthur," "Yogi Bear" and "Jack the Giant Killer"
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts