Actor Reg E. Cathey, who played Freddy on “House of Cards” and appeared in “The Wire,” has died. He was 59 and had reportedly been battling cancer.
Chris Stuckmann reviews Death Note, starring Nat Wolff, Lakeith Stanfield, Margaret Qualley, Willem Dafoe, Jason Liles, Shea Whigham. Directed by Adam Wingard.
Powers Boothe, the character actor known for playing villainous roles in films like Sin City and Tombstone and television series like Deadwood and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., died Sunday morning at his home in Los Angeles. He was 68.
Chuck Berry, a music pioneer often called "the Father of Rock 'n' Roll," was found dead Saturday at a residence outside St. Louis, police in St. Charles County said. He was 90.
Bill Paxton, the everyman actor known for his work in such movies as Aliens, Titanic and Twister and on television shows like Big Love and CBS' new Training Day, has died, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. He was 61.
John Hurt, the esteemed British actor known for his burry voice and weathered visage — one that was kept hidden for his most acclaimed role, that of the deformed John Merrick in David Lynch’s The Elephant Man — has died, according to reports from several British newspapers. He was 77.
Every Prince fan has a song that sums up his genius, and for me it's "The Ballad of Dorothy Parker," one of the tormented strange-relationship soul laments from his 1987 masterpiece Sign O' the Times. There aren't any other songs like this one. Prince is fighting with his girlfriend, so he stomps out and goes to a restaurant to sit by himself and sulk. ("Yeah, lemme get a fruit cocktail, I ain't too hungry.") The hipster boho waitress working the night shift picks him up. "You're kinda cute — wanna take a bath?" For a girl in a Prince song, this is the subtle approach.
Beloved actor Robin Williams was found dead on Monday, police reported. He was 63. The apparent cause of death was suicide by asphyxiation, authorities said. According to his publicist, Williams had been battling severe depression.