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The Five Best Gregory Peck Movies of His Career

There are those in the film industry that seem to work extraordinarily hard, and Gregory Peck is easily one of them since by the time he hit college he was already well versed in how to work for what he was given, and went on to pay his tuition by working in the school kitchen as many people have done before and since his time. Many would describe him as a humble and very grateful individual when it came to the life he led, not to mention that he was one of the most distinguished actors of his day. There

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Full Blu-ray Release Details for Scream Factory’s The Omen Collection Deluxe Edition

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Earlier this summer, Scream Factory answered the devilish prayers of horror fans by announcing The Omen Blu-ray collection deluxe edition that includes all five Omen films, and now they've revealed the full list of special features for the box set ahead of its release this October.

Featuring five discs and every Omen movie in the satanic franchise—The Omen, Damien: Omen II, Omen III: The Final Conflict, Omen IV: The Awakening, and the 2006 remake—The Omen Blu-ray collection deluxe edition is slated for an October 15th release, and we have the official press release with full release details:

Press Release: Get ready to jump start your ultimate horror binge just in time for Halloween! On October 15, 2019, Scream Factory™ is proud to present The Omen Collection Deluxe Edition, featuring all four original films as well as the 2006 remake that kept movie audiences glued to the screen with white-knuckled terror. Packed with hours of chilling special features,
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Under the surface by Anne-Katrin Titze

Gay Talese comparing Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola and Michael Cimino to Italian painters working for the Popes during the Renaissance: "These painters now are directors." Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

In early 1970, Gay Talese drove up unannounced to the Spahn Ranch. It was less than a year after the murders of Sharon Tate, Voytek Frykowski, Abigail Folger, and Jay Sebring by members of the Manson family that had lived there. The journalistic adventure of meeting George Spahn was turned by Gay into the Esquire magazine article Charlie Manson's Home On The Range. The location is featured in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt with Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate and Bruce Dern as Spahn.

Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) and Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood

King Vidor's Duel in the Sun, starring Gregory Peck,
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'Roman Holiday': THR's 1953 Review

On Aug. 27, 1953, Roman Holiday, starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck, opened at Radio City Music Hall in New York. The film would go on to win three Oscars at the 26th Academy Awards, for costume design, Dalton Trumbo's screenplay and for Hepburn as best actress. The Hollywood Reporter's original review, titled "'Roman Holiday' Smash," is below: 

William Wyler's first comedy in almost 20 years proves a charming, laugh-provoking affair that often explodes into hilarity. With Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn turning in superb performances, Roman Holiday is 118 minutes of sheer ...
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Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday Monday at The Tivoli – ‘Classics on the Loop’

” I’ve never been alone with a man before, even with my dress on. With my dress off, it’s Most unusual. “

Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday comes to life on the big screen at The Tivoli (6350 Delmar) Monday August 19th as the final film in the ‘Classics on the Loop’ series. Showtimes are 4pm and 7pm. Admission is $7. A Facebook invite can be found Here

Roman Holiday and Breakfast At Tiffanys are the quintessential Audrey Hepburn movies. If you think Angelina Jolie, Julia Roberts, and Kate Winslet are the essence of Hollywood beauty but have never seen Audrey Hepurn, you are missing out on one of the greatest of screen icons. You’ll have your chance to bask in the glory that is Ms Hepburn next Monday when Roman Holiday plays at the Tivoli Theater

The premise of Roman Holiday is a bit of a Hollywood contrivance, but the
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‘Star Trek’ Poised To Become New Marvel? CBS & Viacom Merger Brings Franchise Under One Fleet

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The introduction of Mr. Spock last season on the sleek CBS All Access series Star Trek: Discovery may be the first in many new frontiers for the fabled franchise now that the Paramount-owning Viacom and CBS are boldly going toward corporate reunification.

Taking a page from the now Fox-expanded Disney book, new ViacomCBS kingpin Bob Bakish made very clear just now on today’s investor call that the Star Trek and the Mission Impossible franchises have significant potential to leverage “across all the companies’ platforms.” Soon-to-be CBS CEO Joe Ianniello hit the drum hard himself when he added with an international angle that “scale is becoming more and more important all the time.”

With no lingering licensing barriers, the lucrative property created by Gene Roddenberry is now under one ownership for the first time since Star Trek: Enterprise came to an end in 2005. It was, of course, the
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Casting Guru Inherits Newly Re-Invented Movie Academy With Plenty Of Issues – Peter Bart Column

Casting Guru Inherits Newly Re-Invented Movie Academy With Plenty Of Issues – Peter Bart Column
One of Hollywood’s most respected casting directors cast himself in a thankless new role last week. As the new president of the Motion Picture Academy, David Rubin conveys a smooth self-confidence, but that likely will change. His predecessor, John Bailey, a cinematographer, became dour and defensive during his term in office, and Bailey’s problems were trivial compared with Rubin’s.

Simultaneous with Rubin’s election came the revelation that the over-budget, over-schedule Academy Museum now lacks either a director or assistant director, both of whom have walked. The vaunted museum, like a balky movie, now awaits a green light, and some new funding.

In days of yore, the Academy president was an eminence grise who shook hands and bestowed awards; Gregory Peck performed it admirably. Having been an Academy member for decades, I always respected the its apparent desire for invisibility, other than for its once-a-year Oscar orgy.
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Today in Soap Opera History (August 7)

2008: The final episode of Passions aired on DirecTV's The 101."History speaks to artists. It changes the artist's thinking and is constantly reshaping it into different and unexpected images."

Anselm Kiefer

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1950: On The Guiding Light, during breakfast Bill Bauer (Lyle Sudrow) told his sister, Meta White (Jone Allison), that he and Bert were interested in buying a house in Beverly Hills. Later, Meta received a long-distance phone call from her husband, Ted.

Thanks to Jennifer for sending in the clip above.

1974: Douglass Watson made his first appearance as Mackenzie Cory on Another World. Robert Emhardt, who played the role for just over a year,
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David Rubin Elected President of the Motion Picture Academy

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David Rubin Elected President of the Motion Picture Academy
David Rubin is the 37th president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The decision came Tuesday night at a meeting of the AMPAS board of governors, which also selected a new slate of officers.

Rubin, the casting branch governor and board secretary, will succeed exiting president John Bailey, who served two back-to-back terms that were plagued with a variety of scandals and misunderstandings, from an ill-fated push to change the annual Oscar ceremony with the addition of an Outstanding Achievement in Popular Film category and snipping of televised awards for categories like Best Editing and Best Cinematography, to a leaked sexual harassment investigation (he was later exonerated).

Rubin is the first casting director to hold the position of Academy President. His more than 100 film and television credits include “The English Patient,” “Men in Black,” “Hairspray,” “Lars and the Real Girl,” “The Talented Mr. Ripley,” and “Four Weddings and a Funeral.
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Behold a Pale Horse

Here’s a highly suspenseful thriller with fine characterizations, set in a grim but meaningful place — Fascist Spain in the late 1950s, when Franco’s operatives still hold the country in a tight grip. The very modern story (by Emeric Pressburger) is also timeless: the old lost-cause warrior takes on one last mission into enemy territory. Gregory Peck (he’s good) is the legendary raider on a mission to kill an old enemy, Anthony Quinn.

Behold a Pale Horse


Twilight Time

1964 / B&w / 1:85 widescreen / 118 min. / Street Date July 29, 2019 / Available from Twilight Time Movies / 29.95

Starring: Gregory Peck, Anthony Quinn, Omar Sharif, Raymond Pellegrin, Paolo Stoppa, Mildred Dunnock, Daniela Rocca, Christian Marquand, Marietto Angeletti, Perrette Pradier, Zia Mohyeddin, Rosalie Crutchley, Michael Lonsdale, Martin Benson, Claude Berri, Albert Rémy, Alan Saury.

Cinematography: Jean Badal

Original Music: Maurice Chevalier

Written by J.P. Miller from a novel by Emeric Pressburger

Produced by Gregory
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Once Upon a Time in Rome

A significant subplot of Quentin Tarantino's ninth feature, Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood, involves the offer of work to fading movie stars from the Italian film business, where a few got lucky and reinvigorated their careers and others merely paid the rent or tarnished their reputations, if any.This notion is certainly not one of Q.T.'s notorious counter-historical plot turns: Italy had been offering opportunities to Hollywood and European flotsam since the fifties.In the era of Il Boom, the post-war economic miracle, filmmakers, including actors, were offered a great deal: they could live and work in Italy tax-free for a year. Projects were not only re-written to take advantage of this possibility, they were conceived for it: it's uncertain Roman Holiday would exist without the big tax break incentive.For actors, there was clearly another consideration, beyond the big, or at least tax-exempt, bucks and
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Rip Torn: Fearless Film, TV, and Stage Actor Dies at 88

Tony Sokol Jul 10, 2019

Rip Torn, who played characters from Judas Iscariot to the producer on The Larry Sanders Show, dies at 88.

Respected and versatile character actor Rip Torn died Tuesday in Lakeville, Conn., according to Variety. Publicist Rick Miramontez did not release a cause of death, but said Torn was with his wife, Amy Wright, and two daughters, Katie and Angelica. He was 88.

Torn believed actors should “play drama as comedy and comedy as drama,” according to the statement, and the actor was equally at home both. He starred in comedies like Albert Brooks' Defending Your Life and the Men in Black films, as well as TV comedies 30 Rock, playing General Electric CEO Don Geiss, mentor to Alec Baldwin’s Jack Donaghy, and Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Torn won an Emmy for his part in HBO's The Larry Sanders Show, and was nominated for a Tony award in
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Rip Torn, ‘Men in Black,’ ‘Larry Sanders Show’ Star, Dies at 88

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Rip Torn, ‘Men in Black,’ ‘Larry Sanders Show’ Star, Dies at 88
Actor Rip Torn, who earned Oscar and Tony nominations as well as an Emmy Award and two Obies, has died Tuesday in Lakeville Conn., his representative confirmed. He was 88.

Torn was equally at home in the comedy of the “Men in Black” film series or TV’s “The Larry Sanders Show” (for which he won his Emmy) and in the drama of “Sweet Bird of Youth” or “Anna Christie,” to name two of the numerous classic works of theater in which he appeared.

The actor was nominated for a supporting-actor Oscar in 1984 for his work as a father who confronts tragedy in Martin Ritt’s “Cross Creek,” one of many rural dramas in which he appeared during his career.

He drew a Tony nomination in 1960 for his first performance on Broadway, as the sadistic son of the town boss in Elia Kazan’s original production of Tennessee Williams’ “Sweet Bird of Youth.
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The Omen Deluxe Blu-Ray Collection Is Rising This October

The Omen Deluxe Blu-Ray Collection Is Rising This October
You may want to say your prayers after this news. The Omen Blu-ray Collection (Deluxe Edition) is rising on October 15th from Scream factory just in time Halloween.

Housed in new collectible rigid slipcover case and packed with hours of chilling special features, this 5-disc set includes the 1976 masterpiece The Omen (4K remaster of the film from the original negative by 20th Century-Fox); 1978's Damien: Omen II, 1981's Omen III: The Final Conflict, 1991's Omen IV: The Awakening (making its Blu-ray debut) and the 2006 remake of the original The Omen. The franchise stars Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, William Holden, Lee Grant, Rossano Brazzi, Sam Neill, Mia Farrow, Liev Schreiber and more.

Each film inside the slipcover packaging will receive a dedicated blu-ray case featuring original theatrical artwork. (Similar to how Shout! Factory presented the Critters box-set last year). Only 10,000 units of the set are being made.

New and existing extras
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Scream Factory Announces The Omen Blu-ray Collection Deluxe Edition, Including All Five Omen Movies

Scream Factory is answering the devilish prayers of horror fans this October with The Omen Blu-ray collection deluxe edition that includes all five Omen films.

Featuring five discs and every Omen movie in the satanic franchise—The Omen, Damien: Omen II, Omen III: The Final Conflict, Omen IV: The Awakening, and the 2006 remake—The Omen Blu-ray collection deluxe edition is slated for an October 15th release and will be limited to 10,000 units.

The complete bonus features have yet to be revealed, but we do know that the collection will include a 4K remaster of 1976's The Omen and new interviews with "David Seltzer, Holly Palance, Lee Grant, Robert Foxworth, Elizabeth Shepherd and Brain Taggart."

Stay tuned to Daily Dead for more updates, and in the meantime, you can check out the collection's cover art below.

From Scream Factory: "You may want to say your prayers after this news: The Omen
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John Cena Stars In PSA For Brave Beginnings And Exhibitors’ Campaign To Aid Premature Babies

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John Cena Stars In PSA For Brave Beginnings And Exhibitors’ Campaign To Aid Premature Babies
Exclusive: John Cena, the actor and pro wrestling champion, will be appearing on theater screens all across the country this summer in a 30-second PSA urging movie-goers to support the work of Brave Beginnings, an initiative of the Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation that’s helped save the lives of thousands of premature babies.

Cena, who’s starred in Bumblebee and Trainwreck, is the latest in a cavalcade of stars – dating back to Humphrey Bogart, Bette Davis and James Cagney – who have pitched in to carry on Will Rogers’ work to help sick children. Rogers, the humorist and philanthropist, died in a plane crash in 1935.

“We are thrilled to have John’s support to further our mission so that every neonatal intensive care unit has the proper life-saving equipment imperative to ensuring that premature newborns survive and go on to live healthy lives,” said Kyle Davies, president of domestic
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‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ Releases New Ticket Block Through November 1

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Exclusive: As it continues to set records, the new Broadway production of To Kill a Mockingbird has released a new block of tickets through November 1. That will extend the run of the Scott Rudin-produced play to exactly one year after its first Broadway performance at the Shubert Theatre.

Critics raved when Mockingbird, adapted by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Bartlett Sher, officially opened last month. Audiences have flocked to the new stage version of Harper Lee’s beloved novel, whose iconic film version starring Gregory Peck is in the Hollywood firmament. Jeff Daniels takes up Peck’s mantle in the current production, playing lead character Atticus Finch.

Last week, the production broke the single-week record for the highest-grossing American play in Broadway history. It also holds the Shubert Organization’s box office mark for the highest weekly gross of any Broadway play in the organization’s century-plus history.

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Oscar Flashback: The 11 films that scored two of the Big Five, including ‘The Philadelphia Story,’ ‘La La Land’

Oscar Flashback: The 11 films that scored two of the Big Five, including ‘The Philadelphia Story,’ ‘La La Land’
This article marks Part 3 of the Gold Derby series reflecting on films that contended for the Big Five Oscars – Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Screenplay (Original or Adapted). With “A Star Is Born” this year on the cusp of joining this exclusive group of Oscar favorites, join us as we look back at the 43 extraordinary pictures that earned Academy Awards nominations in each of the Big Five categories, including the following 11 films that scored a pair of prizes among the top races.

At the 4th Academy Awards ceremony, “Cimarron” (1931) made Oscar history as the first motion picture to ever score nominations in the Big Five categories. On the big night, the western took home the top prize in Best Picture, as well as the Oscar in Best Adapted Screenplay (Howard Estabrook). Not as successful were the picture’s director, Wesley Ruggles, topped by Norman Taurog (“Skippy”), and the leads,
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‘Star Trek: Discovery’: Young Spock Revealed in Thrilling Season 2 Trailer

‘Star Trek: Discovery’: Young Spock Revealed in Thrilling Season 2 Trailer
Star Trek: Discovery, hailed by Rolling Stone as the sci-fi franchise’s “answer to the Trump era,” unveiled its Season 2 trailer this weekend at New York Comic Con, giving Trekkies a sneak peek at the series’ younger version of Spock.

The action-packed preview features the show’s main cast – led by Sonequa Martin-Green’s scientist Michael Burnham and the ship’s new captain Christopher Pike, played by Anson Mount – in pursuit of an in-danger Spock and a celestial being called “the Red Angel.”

“I’ve seen this angel too,” Burnham
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Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Trailer Offers First Look at Spock — Plus: Premiere Date Announced

CBS All Access has announced a return date for Star Trek: Discovery, while also offering a first glimpse of Ethan Peck’s Spock. Beginning with Season 2, Discovery will release new episodes on Thursdays, starting Jan. 17. (CBS All Access released episodes on Sundays during Season 1.)

The above trailer, which was first screened at Discovery‘s New York Comic Con panel on Saturday, officially introduces Spock in the final moments. His voiceover kicks in shortly before the two-minute mark, before his official reveal moments later.

“As a child, I had the same vision again and again,” he says. “Now I understand its meaning,
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