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  • Joan Fontaine, actress who won Oscar for 'Suspicion,' dies at 96

    Joan Fontaine, actress who won Oscar for 'Suspicion,' dies at 96
    Oscar-winning actress Joan Fontaine, whose film career was marked by a long-running rivalry with her sister, Olivia de Havilland, died on Sunday at age 96 at her home in Carmel, California, according to reports. The Hollywood Reporter and the Los...
  • Joan Fontaine: Five performances to savor

    Joan Fontaine: Five performances to savor
    Joan Fontaine may have been overshadowed at times by her older sister, Olivia de Havilland, but the actress -- who died Sunday at age 96 -- appeared in several classic films during the Golden Age of Hollywood and is the only performer to win an Oscar in a...
  • Joan Fontaine, Oscar-Winning Star of Hitchcock Classics, Dies at 96

    Cool beauty Joan Fontaine, who gave strong performances in a number of classic films including Alfred Hitchcock's "Rebecca" and Max Ophuls' "Letter From an Unknown Woman," has died, according to a report in the Hollywood Reporter. She was 96. Though...
  • Joan Fontaine dies at 96; star of 'Suspicion' and 'Rebecca'

    Joan Fontaine dies at 96; star of 'Suspicion' and 'Rebecca'
    Joan Fontaine, the coolly beautiful 1940s actress who won an Academy Award for her role in Alfred Hitchcock's "Suspicion" and who became almost as well-known for her lifelong feud with her famous older sister, Olivia de Havilland, died Sunday. She was 96....
  • Authors reflect on the best books they've given or received

    Authors reflect on the best books they've given or received
    Wrapping paper is superfluous when it comes to books. Traditional books — physical books you can hold in your hands — are ideal packages already. The gift lies between covers: the meaning and feeling conveyed both by the book itself and by the...
  • Review: Neil Jordan's 'Byzantium' conjures vampires with human touch

    Review: Neil Jordan's 'Byzantium' conjures vampires with human touch
    "Byzantium" is a very different sort of vampire drama for director Neil Jordan, whose undead were so fabulously rich and fashion-forward in "Interview With the Vampire" so many years ago. This vision of the immortal has more of an Irish fable quality,...
  • Stephenie Meyer talks about 'The Host'

    In the midst of separating a generation of young female readers into Team Edward and Team Jacob, Stephenie Meyer, author of the wildly popular "Twilight" novels, started a new book called "The Host." Published by Little, Brown in 2008, "The Host" is a...
  • 'Lizzie Borden' lives again in musical's revival

     'Lizzie Borden' lives again in musical's revival
    Lizzie Borden took an ax And gave her mother forty whacks… So begins the gruesome rhyme used for generations by children skipping rope. It's the prose that piqued the curiosity of local playwright-director Michael Wanzie and composer Rich...
  • First Image Released of TWC Pickup 'Suite Francaise'

    LONDON -- The first image has been released from Saul Dibb's keenly anticipated pic "Suite Francaise," which was acquired by The Weinstein Company for the U.S., Latin America, Australia, Russia and Germany. The film, which completed principal photography...
  • People often lie about reading classic novels, survey finds

    People often lie about reading classic novels, survey finds
    In one episode of the sitcom “Seinfeld,” George Costanza tries to impress his girlfriend by joining a book club. The first book he has to read is “Breakfast at Tiffany's,” by Truman Capote. For George, the novella is a slog:...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'August: Osage County'

    There are no surprises -- just lots of good, old-fashioned scenery chewing -- in "August: Osage County," director John Wells' splendid film version of playwright Tracy Letts' acid-tongued Broadway triumph about three generations in a large and highly...