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Originally posted 09/15/2015 10:00PM
Speaking on Monday at a Toronto International Film Festival event, Johnny Depp paid tribute to the late director Wes Craven, whose 1984 film A Nightmare on Elm Street gave Depp his first major acting role.
Originally posted 08/31/2015 09:10PM
In discussing the career of Wes Craven, who died on Sunday at 76, you have to start with A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream, horror classics that will still be watched by terrified teens for decades to come. Craven himself embraced the success he found in the horror genre, but he does have one major directing credit that's nowhere near the gore and terror that characterizes the rest of his body of work. (And when we say "body," you should picture it covered in goopy fake blood, of course.)
Originally posted 08/31/2015 11:00AM
Wes Craven died Sunday from brain cancer at the age of 76
Originally posted 08/30/2015 10:05PM
Wes Craven, the acclaimed writer-director of A Nightmare of Elm Street and Scream, died Sunday after a battle with brain cancer, according to the Hollywood Reporter. He was 76.
Originally posted 01/03/2011 07:05PM
Courteney Cox recently commended David Arquette, 39, for checking himself into rehab. And she's not the only person who admires his self-improvement efforts.
"I'm glad to hear David is going into rehab," Arquette's Scream 4 director, Wes Craven, told Entertainment Weekly Monday. "He was in a lot of pain, so it's good that he's getting some help."
Craven, who calls Cox, 46, and Arquette, "professional," says any tension between the couple was not obvious during filming of the latest Scream, which stars both of them.
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