Even though the special effects pale by today’s standards, be prepared for a bit of a mess if you have a weak stomach.
A classic photo of screen legends on the set of Dr. Strangelove.
Director Stanley Kubrick lines up a shot of Sterling Hayden and Peter Sellers on the set of Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964). Check out Robert Altman behind the scenes of 3 Women here
All I can say is RAWRGWAWGGR. Rest in peace, Peter.
Originally posted on WORLD FILM GEEK: The Force will forever live on with Peter Mayhew. The legendary Star Wars actor, who originated the role of the Wookie Chewbacca, passed away on April 30 at the age of 74 in his home of Boyd, Texas. Born in Surrey, England on May 19, 1944, Mayhew reached a…
Shakespeare Unlimited: Episode 113 Olivia Hussey was just fifteen when Franco Zeffirelli cast her in Romeo and Juliet. When the film was released in October 1968, it catapulted Hussey and Leonard Whiting, the young actor playing Romeo, to global stardom. For many Shakespeare lovers, Zeffirelli’s film is still the definitive film adaptation of the play. Now, fifty years […]
Helen Mirren photographed by Miller Mobley. Check out a young Judi Dench modelling for Christian Dior here
Age has done little to diminish the beauty of Helen Mirren. Miller Mobley did a fine
The Sunday Matinee takes a look at a classic or beloved film each weekend. This week, Clint Worthington revisits David Bowie’s debut role two years after his tragic passing. It’s been two years since David Bowie left us for his home planet, and we haven’t been the same since. Like Thomas Jerome Newton, the protagonist he portrays…