With Valentine’s Day approaching this Friday, Streampix is the place for romance. Who needs flowers and chocolates when you’ve got these 10 movies to help warm you up against the chill wind of winter?
Posts Tagged Heath Ledger
Hollywood made its name on the great westerns directed by the likes of John Ford, Howard Hawks, Anthony Mann, Monte Hellman, John Sturges, Raoul Walsh, Nicholas Ray, Budd Boetticher and Sam Peckinpah. This month, Streampix celebrates one of filmdom’s most enduring genres with a curated selection that spotlights some of the best “horse operas” on the site.
It’s awards season again, and Streampix boasts a baker’s dozen movies that have been nominated for Oscars’ big prize, Best Picture, with six of them going home clutching filmdom’s highest honor…
Nearly three years after Heath Ledger died of an accidental drug overdose, Michelle Williams is finally opening up about her former boyfriend (and father to Matilda, 5). “In a strange… More
Christopher Nolan, the director of Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, has a film coming out in about a month entitled Inception, which promises to be a mighty interesting sort… More
By SANDY COHEN AP Entertainment Writer LOS ANGELES — Corey Haim‘s story is sadly familiar in Hollywood: A teen talent who discovered drugs as he tasted his first success and… More
By SANDY COHEN AP Entertainment Writer LOS ANGELES — The Kodak Theatre goes quiet as the big screen at center stage begins flashing images of actors and filmmakers who have… More
Here’s what’s opening in theaters nationwide. We have expansions from Up In The Air and Nine, along with the much anticipated Sherlock Holmes, the less anticipated Alvin and the Chipmunks:… More
We’re sorry, but this content is not available to your web browser. The time finally draws near where we as movie-lovers can pay our final respects to Heath Ledger by… More
Ovation TV will premiere an hourlong documentary featuring the life of Academy Award-winning actor, Heath Ledger who died in January 2008 from an accidental drug overdose. “Throughout his short career,… More