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“Keep On Keepin’ On,” “Virunga,” “Tales of the Grim Sleeper” and “The Case Against 8” also on 15-film list
‘What’s the Deal?’ With Thanksgiving: ‘True Detective,’ ‘Nightcrawler’ and More Things to Be Grateful For (Video)
TheWrap’s Jeff Sneider looks back on the year’s most memorable movie and TV offerings
Like in “Little Buddha,” the parents in Sarah Ruhl’s new play send their son to Nepal to be tested, enthroned, and educated. And so the...
“CitizenFour” and “Finding Vivian Maier” are joined by “Point and Shoot,” “The Salt of the Earth” and “Tales of the Grim Sleeper” in top doc...
“SNL” alum’s anti-vaccination views aren’t his only eyebrow-raising statements
“Hoop Dreams” director Steve James takes us on a rollercoaster ride of the legendary film critic’s personal and professional highs and lows
Filmmakers Martin Scorsese, Errol Morris and Werner Herzog pay tribute to iconic film critic in moving glimpse of his storied career
Cannes Classics section will include revival screenings of Alfred Hitchcock and Sergio Leone movies, plus Roger Ebert documentary “Life Itself”
The new logo and site are intended to differentiate the crowdfunding site from rivals
“Whitey: The United States of America v. James J. Bulger” was directed and produced by Joe Berlinger
Controversial religious figure protested gay pride events, funerals
Anti-Defamation League director thinks the new movie can undo damage done by Mel Gibson’s, which debuted 10 years ago Tuesday
The "In Memoriam" sequence will also change — but the executive producer says it's too soon to make specific plans for memorializing the "Glee" star
- By Alonso Duralde on April 19, 2013 @ 9:29 am
A young scribe and his mentor cross the line in pursuit of the story they want to tell
CEO Michael Lewis showed off the company's new precision white technology in Vegas
Chaz Hammelsmith says her husband would have loved the funeral
An open-to-the-public service will be held near the Sun-Times newspaper, where he worked as a critic for 45 years
NBC confirmed Leno lost his job to Jimmy Fallon and Hollywood mourned the loss of film critic Roger Ebert
Ebert's last act — reinventing himself as a digital ninja at a time when his peers were retiring, getting fired and relegated to the past ...
Duralde reflects on how the legendary critic impacted his career
Six statistics that illustrate the magnitude of his accomplishments
Performers, directors and writers take to Twitter to express their grief and remembrances
Roger Ebert will continue to write occasional movie reviews and will buy Rogerebert.com
Critics have not been kind to "Identity Thief"
Documentary on film critic Roger Ebert will be directed by "Hoop Dreams" director Steve James
After telling his followers that he's experiencing "a lot of health troubles," film critic Roger Ebert rebounds enough to craft a New Yorker cartoon caption