Why go for new when you can have a classic?
In honor of the anniversary of the movie’s release on Oct. 19, 1973, here’s a tribute to the most amazing love story ever told. Except for the ending.
Being boring is bad, and not in a good way.
The director of photography for classics like The Godfather and Manhattan was a master of light and shadow. “I never thought of anything as being iconic,” he once said.
Steve Rogers spends Captain America: The Winter Soldier alienated, lonely, and questioning his place in the contemporary world. It’s great.
Plus Robert Redford and Will Ferrel have an historic debate, Cookie Monster becomes the “Wolf of Sesame Street,” and reviews of 9 “hangover cures.”
There are explosions, tears, elevator brawls, and yes, ScarJo in that Black Widow catsuit.
But at Sundance’s kick-off press conference, he wondered whether All Is Lost’s distributors were “incapable.” Burn!
No nominations for Tom Hanks, Robert Redford, Oprah, or Emma Thompson, but Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa is an Oscar nominee. Crazy!
The Oscar-nominated actor’s second directorial effort, The Invisible Woman, opens this week. He talks to BuzzFeed about the seven directors who taught him everything he knows.
It’s been 45 years since Roman Polanski spawned his classic horror masterpiece.
Redford did most of his own stunts in the nearly wordless thriller about a man stranded at sea. He is 77 years old.
You didn’t think Disney created Cruella de Vil themselves, did you?
A poster with Robert Redford sporting a porn stache? Check.
The world’s most legendary and prestigious film festival is winding down, another year of major shocks and stars set for the history books. Here are all the biggest headlines.
At the festival’s open, Redford credits the downturn with driving away the Paris Hiltons and restoring the gathering to its roots. “Now we can focus again.”
He’s 76 and still got it.
Today is Robert Redford’s, aka the coolest man in the history of the planet’s, 75th birthday. Here are his 10 best moments on the silver screen. (Spoilers ahead!)
Robert Redford has never fully recovered from the tragic SIDS death of his baby boy more than 50 years ago.