1976

John Lennon’s brutal breakup letter to Paul McCartney: ‘You s–t all over us’

The fiery, three-page missive is expected to fetch up to $40,000 at auction.

How Hollywood stars build relationships after romance

Despite a few disastrous splits, some stars maintain amicable relationships with their exes as they move on to new romances.

Why Armstrong, Sinatra and Crosby all had mob connections: ‘Get yourself the biggest gangster’

A new book, “Dangerous Rhythms: Jazz and the Underworld,” explains why jazz greats flourished within mob empires.

Sylvester Stallone Slams Producer Again Over ‘Drago’ Spinoff: ‘I Never Wanted Rocky Characters to Be Exploited’

Sylvester Stallone has doubled down on his criticisms of the direction of the “Rocky” franchise, expressing his frustration regarding the newly announced spinoff film “Drago.” The actor shared…

Arnold Schwarzenegger Turns 75: From ‘Terminator’ to ‘Twins’, His 10 Best Performances

The Austrian-born actor, producer, former bodybuilder and governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger is one of the most successful box office stars in history. With over 50 credits grossing…

‘Creed,’ ‘Rocky’ spinoff ‘Drago’ in the works starring Dolph Lundgren

The Swedish actor and martial artist, 64, has played the iconic “Rocky” antagonist Ivan Drago since 1985. 

Mary Alice, ‘A Different World’ and ‘I’ll Fly Away’ star, dead at 85

Oscar-winner Viola Davis proclaimed her “one of the greatest actresses of all time” in a tweet.

David Warner, ‘Titanic’ and ‘Omen’ actor, dead at 80

David Warner, a UK character-actor best known for his roles in “Titanic” and “The Omen,” died Sunday at 80.

Bob Rafelson, ‘Five Easy Pieces’ Director and ‘The Monkees’ Co-Creator, Dies at 89

Bob Rafelson, the director, producer and writer who brought a European sensibility to American filmmaking with “Five Easy Pieces” in 1970, died Saturday evening at his home in…

‘All Man: The International Male Story’ Review: The Trailblazing Mail-Order Business Gets a Slick Oral History Doc

“Victoria’s Secret for men.” That’s how International Male, the clothing catalogue founded by Gene Burkard is described in the opening moments of Bryan Darling and Jesse Finley Reed’s…

Claes Oldenburg, iconic pop artist, dead at 93

Among his most famous large sculptures is “Clothespin,” a 45-foot steel clothespin installed near Philadelphia’s City Hall in 1976.

Sylvester Stallone Calls Out ‘Rocky’ Series Producer Over Ownership Rights: ‘I Wanted to Leave Something of Rocky for My Children’

Sylvester Stallone has voiced words against Irwin Winkler, implying that the producer behind the “Rocky” films and its sequel series “Creed” is withholding a significant financial stake in…