Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, who died within a day of one another last week — at ages 60 and 84, respectively — had a mother-daughter relationship like no other. Fisher often joked that she and her mother, next-door neighbors in Beverly Hills, were living in a reality show. The Bright Lights trailer shows a few moments that back up her quip — Fisher chiding Reynolds about her ancient cell phone, the two picking out an outfit for Reynolds’ cabaret show — but also hints at a deeper look at the family’s complicated history.
The legacy of the fastest man in history, Usain Bolt. Here is a sneak preview for the upcoming feature length documentary featuring one of the greatest athletes of all time.
British actor Adam Deacon has spoken out about being diagnosed with bipolar disorder in a new documentary with Stephen Fry. Deacon, now 33, has been making headlines since winning the BAFTA Rising Star Award in 2012, but it’s his off-screen issues that’ve been in the press in recent years, starting with a very public falling out with fellow Brit actor Noel Clarke. Deacon was subsequently sectioned for three weeks after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
You’ll never look at another bloated superhero film the same again after experiencing this seven hour and 20 minute trailer that’s just been released for the longest film ever made, ‘Ambiancé’.
The documentary Holy Hell, about a long-running cult based in California and Texas, is filled with horrifying revelations and cringe-worthy moments of outright absurdity. Allen, now 53 years old, was just 22 when he was invited by his sister to join what, at the time, seemed like a joyous commune in California. Video that Allen captured as the group’s unofficial filmmaker depict a yuppie paradise on the California coast, filled with dancing and singing and spiritual awakening imparted by its leader, a man who went only by the name Michel.
It’s been suggested that, according to a panel of experts in a new documentary focusing on the life of Walt Disney, the acclaimed animator wasn’t the anti-Semite many assumed he was. Disney was labelled an anti-Semite throughout his life and long after his death, but ahead of a 4-hour PBS documentary that will be aired this September, several members of the Disney workforce that were close to the visionary animator have dismissed such claims. Richard Sherman (composer on ‘Marty Poppins’ and ‘The Jungle Book’) said to TV critics Sunday that it was “absolutely preposterous to call him anti-Semitic.” Both he and sibling writing partner Robert - both children of Jewish parents themselves - say that Walt treated them as sons.