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From first love to first heartbreak, and everything in-between. Almost Famous (2000) From Sing Street to Scott Pilgrim vs the World to We Are the Best, everyone knows the fastest way to come of age is to start a band — or start covering a band for Rolling Stone as a teenager. Cameron Crowe directs […]

The sports film, “Without Limits” was released on September 11, 1998. It is turning 20 years old, and it pays homage to the American running legend Steve Prefontaine, who passed away at 24 years old in an automobile accident. Read more here

Apr 29, 18   0 Comment Press / Article

Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and this weekend. Billy Crudup on Why Starring in Harry Clarke Has Been a ‘Phenomenal Experience’ Tony winner Billy Crudup has been stretching the limits of his abilities as an actor since late last year when he first started embodying 19 characters in David […]

Apr 09, 17   0 Comment Press / Article

The most fashionable films aren’t always good—sometimes the look alone draws you in. Take Inventing the Abbotts, which turns 20 today. The cult ’90s movie was never a hit (its 31 percent Rotten Tomatoes score is a testament to that), and the male revenge–driven melodrama has aged poorly. Instead, its charm lies in its overview […]

Feb 19, 17   0 Comment Press / Article

A force of stage and screen for more than two decades, Billy Crudup has roles in two Oscar hopefuls this year — “Jackie” and “20th Century Women,” just one year after appearing in Best Picture winner “Spotlight.” Just another awards season in the life of a “creator.” Read More: // here