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Originally posted 07/21/2014 09:20AM
In the days before she died Saturday at 21, Skye McCole Bartusiak had epileptic seizures, according to her mother.
Originally posted 06/10/2014 11:55AM
It's the best movie about a bus, and it hit theaters on June 10, 1994. Of course, it's so much more than just a bus movie. Speed is a solid action film, in case you haven't re-watched it one of the bajillion times it's aired on cable in the past two decades.
The film's stars, Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock, recently spoke to Hitfix about the beloved blockbuster.
"I don't think anyone had any idea what was going to happen ... I certainly didn't feel it," Bullock told Hitfix. "I think we were sort of ridiculed a bit for being the 'low budget bomb-on-the-bus movie.' Not that I cared. I was just so happy to have a job and that I got to work with Keanu."
Originally posted 03/12/2014 06:45AM
Originally posted 02/07/2011 07:30AM
Jason Lee is offering a $25,000 reward for the return of an original Polaroid photograph he took of the late actor Dennis Hopper that was stolen from an art show in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Originally posted 05/29/2010 02:10PM
Dennis Hopper, whose pot-addled Billy in Easy Rider and psychopathic Frank Booth in Blue Velvet helped put the icon in iconoclastic, has died after a decade-long battle with prostate cancer. He was 74.
The legendary actor died about 9 a.m. Saturday surrounded by family in his Los Angeles home.
Taken ill with flu-like symptoms last September, Hopper later said he was suffering with prostate cancer. Family members told PEOPLE that the disease had spread to other organs in his system.
Originally posted 04/06/2010 08:40AM
Dennis Hopper, who is fighting prostate cancer and dealing with a divorce, is now saddled with another burden: a $12,000-a-month payment to his estranged wife.
A judge ruled Monday that Hopper, 73, must pay Victoria Hopper $8,000 a month in spousal support and $4,000 in child support. Against the actor's wishes, the judge also ruled that Victoria can live on the Hopper compound in Venice, Calif., for the time being.
All three grown Hopper children – Marin, Ruthanna and Henry Lee – showed up in court to support their father, though they didn't speak.
Originally posted 03/26/2010 03:25PM
Hollywood bestowed an honor upon the ailing Dennis Hopper on Friday, as the veteran Easy Rider and Blue Velvet leading man received the 2,403rd star along Hollywood Boulevard at a midday celebration in front of the landmark Egyptian Theatre.
"I love all of you,” the actor told a cheering crowd. "I just want to thank you, and that's all I can do."
Viggo Mortensen, who costarred with Hopper in 1991's The Indian Runner and 1993's Boiling Point, participated in the ceremony for the legendary rebel, 73, who appears thin from his debilitating battle with prostate cancer.
Producer Mark Canton called Hopper "the coolest guy on the planet," while Mortensen told the audience what sets Hopper apart is "his ability to instill … fearlessness … as an artist and friend."
Originally posted 01/22/2010 06:45PM
Gaunt but smiling, Dennis Hopper, who is fighting prostate cancer while in the midst of a divorce from wife Victoria, was seen walking to lunch Friday near his compound in L.A.'s Venice neighborhood. – Oliver Jones
Originally posted 01/15/2010 03:20PM
Dennis Hopper, who's battling cancer, has filed for divorce from his wife, Victoria, Los Angeles court records show.
The actor, 73, cites irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split. He's seeking to provide spousal support for Victoria. The division of their property is yet to be determined.
Hopper and Victoria have one daughter together, Galen, 6. The actor is requesting joint legal and physical custody of their little girl.
The couple have been married for nearly 14 years. Hopper lists this past Tuesday as the date of separation.
Originally posted 10/01/2009 03:50PM
Dennis Hopper is "feeling much better" after being rushed to a New York City emergency room on Wednesday for a stomach aliment, his manager tells PEOPLE.
The actor, 73, who was suffering severe flu-like symptoms was treated for dehydration but is "now back in his hotel room and feeling much better," manager Sam Maydew says in a statement.
His rep, Sheila Feren, told the Associated press Wednesday that Hopper had been forced to cancel interview appearances to promote his new Starz series Crash.
"Dennis would like to thank everyone for their will wishes," adds Maydew, "and he looks forward to getting back to work on Crash.
Reporting by DAVID CAPLAN
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