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Few films have had a more transformative impact on their local industry than “Four Weddings and a Funeral.”
Discussions with the film’s breakout stars and Hollywood veterans on the movie that became a fashion template and cultural touchstone.
Kevin Smith and others tell VICE the story of making one of the most iconic indie films ever on a shoestring budget at a conjoined Quick Stop and video store in New Jersey.
The filmmakers and cast members revisit the original tale of gossip girls and pretty little liars.
The Times shaped this oral history from conversations with the “Love Jones” cast and crew about how the film came to be, the impact of black love on screen in the 1990s and why the film is considered a classic.
“It was released as ‘Cold Buttocks’ in Norway – and ‘Rasta Rockett’ in France.”
Including the time Michael Jackson visited the set of “Home Alone 2.”
Director Roland Emmerich, writer Dean Devlin and stars Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman, Vivica A. Fox, Randy Quaid and more look back at the battle to cast Will Smith, concerns over that famous Super Bowl ad, and a last-minute reshoot to save the ending.
In October 1992, “The Mighty Ducks” flew into movie theaters and changed hockey forever.
Whit Stillman’s ‘Metropolitan’: An Oral History of the Preppiest, WASPiest, Wittiest Comedy of HeirsTown and Country
The doomed bourgeoisie, debutantes in distress, and founding members of the Sally Fowler Rat Pack recall the making of the most charming cult classic of all time.
Director Gus Van Sant, star Nicole Kidman — who almost lost her killer role to Meg Ryan — and a dozen others reflect on the pain and payoff of making art for the masses.
The director and star look back at what made the blockbuster thriller the staple it’s become.
When ‘Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion’ came out in 1997, it went where few other major studio comedies had dared.