The three films are among the latest batch of movies which have been declared national treasures and will be preserved for future generations by the U.S. Library of Congress.
Other films among the 25 picks include 1971's Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Roman Polanski's classic Rosemary's Baby, 1953 horror House of Wax starring Vincent Price, John Wayne's Rio Bravo, and Little Big Man starring Dustin Hoffman.
Continue reading: Ferris Bueller's Day Off Leads 2014 Additions To National Film Registry
Reports suggest the unnamed man was the jealous boyfriend of a woman who was with the actor in his South Main Street home at the time.
A police source tells the Los Angeles Times that Sizemore and the woman were threatened with a fake gun and the actor was attacked and locked in a bathroom as the thief made off with his property.
Continue reading: Tom Sizemore Allegedly Attacked In His Own Home
'Thor 2' is being re-written by Oscar nominated Robert Rodat, who wrote 'Saving Private Ryan'.
The Hollywood scriptwriter has been brought in by Marvel to re-write The Script, a first draft of which has already been submitted by Don Payne.
The comic book company has a policy of always getting a second writer to look over and polish scripts which have initially been submitted.
Continue reading: Thor 2 Being Rewritten By Robert Rodat
The actor, who was raised a Catholic, admits he's tired of religious film characters being portrayed as monsters and sex fiends and he'd like to show the positive side of the faith.
The Snatch star tells WENN, "I've always had a desire to play a priest, maybe because of my Catholic background. I want to play a good priest. I think we've had enough with bad priests. That didn't bode well for us.
"In my experiences with priests and Roman Catholic clergy, it has always been wonderful. In grammar school I had the nuns, in high school I had the brothers and the priests. I got the occasional ruler on the hand but certainly none of the inappropriate things that was going on; I never even heard of anything like that.
Continue reading: Dennis Farina Dreams Of Priest Role
The bloody scene in the World War II epic depicts the D-Day landings when the Allied troops invaded Normandy, and is the top choice for voters in the poll by TV provider Freesat - picking up 46 per cent of the votes.
In second place is the Japanese attack on the U.S. naval base in Ben Affleck's Pearl Harbour, which garnered 13 per cent, while A Bridge Too Far, about the battle of Arnhem during World War II, was third with nine per cent.
In fourth with six per cent was the memorable scene in war classic Apocalypse Now, set to classic music Ride of the Valkyries, while Gallipoli was in fifth.
Continue reading: Saving Private Ryan Has Top Battle Scene
Oscar-winner Steven Spielberg is turning his attention to high fashion and developing a TV series with supermodel Christy Turlington and her husband, actor Ed Burns.
The couple are attached to write a drama series set in the fashion world and based on an idea from Spielberg, who came up with the concept after attending New York's fashion week.
The storyline will focus on five twentysomethings with fashion jobs such as photographer, designer, makeup artist and model.
Spielberg specifically sought out Burns, who starred in his film Saving Private Ryan and Turlington, who are close friends of his, to handle the project.
Executive producer JUSTIN FALVEY says, "There's a phenomenal partnership here in terms of this project.
"Ed brings real character and a relatability to it, while (Turlington's) experience as a model is invaluable. She brings this expertise and insider's knowledge to it."
Burns and Turlington will serve as executive producers on the show and if it is made into a pilot, Burns is also on board to direct.
Hollywood movie mogul Steven Spielberg has invented technology he calls "the future of cinema" - and he promises the new film experience will suck audiences into the heart of the action.
The Saving Private Ryan director is working on advanced screening technology, but insists he is looking to build on the things that made cinema great in the past, rather than altering it forever.
He tells the Hollywood Reporter, "A good movie will bring you inside of itself just by the sheer brilliance of the director/writer/production staff.
Continue reading: Spielberg Looking To The Future
War Of The Worlds fired the Saving Private Ryan director's imagination when he purchased the last existing copy of the radio script 12 years ago - but he didn't want to jump on the alien invasion film bandwagon.
The 58-year-old tells British movie magazine HOTDOG, "If I could have, I would have begun this movie 12 years ago. I bought at an auction the last surviving War Of The Worlds radio script and it was amazing, I guess you could say a distillation of the novel.
Continue reading: Spielberg: 'Independence Day Thwarted My Film'
The TRAINING DAY star admits he went through "a smug and arrogant" phase when he turned down a string of big-budget movies - including Independence Day.
He tells American magazine GIANT, "On the page, that part was nothing; he (Will Smith) totally created it. I remember reading it and showing it to a friend, like, 'Can you believe how bad this line is - 'Now that's what I call a close encounter'. Give me a break.
Continue reading: Ethan Hawke Regrets Turning Down Independence Day
R+B singer Jaheim caused an on-air commotion last week (ends29AUG03), when he threw a massive tantrum during a radio interview.
Jaheim appeared on DJ SWAY's show on New York's HOT 97 on Tuesday (26AUG03), and became infuriated when he was asked by JIMMY MARR if he was "a homosexual" during the interview. The COULD IT BE singer responded by asking Marr the same question before losing his temper.
According to the Sway team, Jaheim and his entourage verbally attacked Marr and "busted up" the studio, breaking microphones and equipment.
Continue reading: Jaheim Gets Violent During Radio Interview
Angelina Jolie has been appointed as a visiting professor at the London School of Economics...
Sony and Universal are apparently both desperate to keep/take on Harry Styles.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton brought their love to the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday...
The album is the first in history to chart without selling a single copy.
The musician passed away while performing with his band OHM in LA.