The FBI is investigating after the infamous hoodlum was found dead at a federal penitentiary in West Virginia.
The Czech-born filmmaker's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" (1975) and "Amadeus" (1984) earned him a deluge of Academy Awards.
Sketch skewers the ageist double standard women face in Hollywood.
Sunday night's Academy Awards had a very special guest on hand: Michelle Obama. The first lady, dressed in a silvery, shimmery evening gown by designer Naeem Khan, made a surprise live appearance from the Diplomatic Room of the White House at the end of the Oscars to help Jack Nicholson hand out the evening's final and biggest award, best picture.
Entering a James L. Brooks movie, I am always resolved not to be charmed out of my socks by the thing. But you know how it is—somewhere before the middle of “Terms of Endearment” or “Broadcast News” or “As Good as It Gets,” you get taken over by the film. James L. Brooks' movies are sort of like a warm bath—complete with a few rubber duckies—at the end of a long, hard day.
Jack Nicholson's never been known for his modesty (especially when it comes to the lay-dees), so perhaps it'll come as no surprise that, to register his support for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, Nicholson conjures up a showcase of his most famous alter egos from the silver screen.