Marlon Brando's private audiotapes tell the story of a man haunted by memories - By any measure, Marlon Brando was one of the most influential actors in the history of cinema. His powerful acting style and undeniable charisma have mesmerized generations of filmgoers, with unforgettable roles in such movies as "On the Waterfront," "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "The Godfather." A generation of American actors studied — if not actually copied — his every move on-screen. He was like no one…
After months of speculation, the title to Star Wars: Episode VIII has been released. The next installment which will hit theaters on December now has an official title, Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The title was [...]
Dustin Hoffman: ‘I was an outsider. I came to New York and I was cleaning toilets’
Even after The Graduate made him a superstar, he always saw himself as a ‘funny looking semitic guy’ on the fringes of fame. Five decades on he talks about racism and the movies, how Tootsie made him a feminist and why he wishes he was Jack Nicholson
"Perché sono salito quassù? Chi indovina?... Sono salito sulla cattedra per ricordare a me stesso che dobbiamo sempre guardare le cose da angolazioni diverse. E il mondo appare diverso da quassù. Non vi ho convinti? Venite a vedere voi stessi. Coraggio! È proprio quando credete di sapere qualcosa che dovete guardarla da un'altra prospettiva."