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1944-2012: A Tribute To Tony Scott

August 20th, 2012 10:00am EDT
Tony Scott
The film world has lost one of its greatest visual artists. Director and filmmaker Tony Scott, brother of Ridley Scott, was tragically found dead after jumping from a Los Angeles County Bridge. It’s a truly sad end to the life of one of cinema’s most amazing master craftsman. The 68-year-old filmmaker was responsible for some of the most iconic, stylistic, gritty and highly memorable work to ever grace the silver screen. And while he may not have received the same respect and accolades as brother Ridley, Tony’s work will live on as a reminder of what one can achieve with a passion for f...

Denzel Washington Is 'Unstoppable'

April 28th, 2009 8:54am EDT
Denzel Washington
Denzel Washington is set to reteam with director Tony Scott for the fifth time in his career - he's poised to sign on to new movie "Unstoppable."

The pair has previously worked together on Crimson Tide, Man on Fire, Deja Vu and the forthcoming The Taking of Pelham 123.

"Unstoppable" is loosely based on a real life event and is about an experienced engineer who jumps on a train to chase down a runaway locomotive transporting a cargo of toxic chemicals.

See more photos of Denzel here!

(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)

Reverse Typecasting: What Happens When An Actor's Current Role Destroys Past Work

March 26th, 2008 12:02pm EDT
James Gandolfini
Typecasting is an actor's worst nightmare. The last thing a professional wants to happen is getting pigeonholed into the same role time after time following a breakthrough performance. Usually this happens at the beginning of a career, such as the case of Bob Denver. Denver was Gilligan for the rest of his career and essentially the rest his life. In fact, we dare you to think of one role Jim Nabors played other than Gomer Pyle (a prize to anyone who shouted out "Lugs Harvey in Stroker Ace").

In recent years, we have noticed a new phenomenon. In the past it was not as common for actors...

Veteran Actors to Guest-Star on Without a Trace

October 21st, 2005 10:03am EDT
Gordon Clapp
This November, critically acclaimed actors "will go missing" or be on the "brink of despair" in their guest-starring roles in Without a Trace. Details on their episodes and characters follow:

Nov. 3 -- SAG Award Winner Alex Kingston (ER)

Jack (Anthony LaPaglia) and Danny (Enrique Murciano) head to Mexico to find a wealthy American vacationer who was abducted at gunpoint in front of his new wife (Kingston). Kingston's former ER co-star Paul McCrane directed the episode.

Nov. 10 -- Emmy Award Winner Gordon Clapp (NYPD Blue)

The team's quest to find a man (Clapp) who reportedly...

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