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NEW YORK, June 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Once again, Bryant Park will be a destination for film buffs on summer nights in New York City, with an all-star legendary film line up for the 19th year of the HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival presented by Bank of America and in association with The Bryant Park Corporation.
Actor Dennis Hopper, who was treated for dehydration and flu-like systems Wednesday, has been discharged from a New York hospital, his manager said. Hopper has appeared in the classic films, Rebel Without a Cause, True Grit, Easy Rider, Apocalypse Now and Hoosiers.
U.S screen icon Dennis Hopper has been transported by ambulance to a New York hospital, sources told TV's Entertainment Tonight. Hopper, 73, has appeared in the classic films Rebel Without a Cause, True Grit, Easy Rider, Apocalypse Now and Hoosiers.
By Bill Keveney Television is giving Dennis Hopper a sense of freedom he used to feel in movies. "You can suddenly be freer on cable television than you can on film these days," says Hopper, who stars in Crash (Starz, Friday, 10 ET/PT), an adaptation of the Oscar-winning film.
France reportedly has bestowed upon Hollywood film star Dennis Hopper its highest decoration in making him a commander in the French Legion of Honor.
A movie made by Hollywood conservatives was released without a screening for critics because distributors said liberal film critics would treat it unfairly.
Film director David Zucker says conservatives are so uncomfortable in Hollywood that being a Republican is "the new gay.""You sort of feel like you have to hide it," Zucker -- director of "Airplane!,""Top Secret" and "The Naked Gun" -- told EW.com.
Americans numbed by the daily barrage of politics-as-usual are about to be awakened by some new fireworks -- Hollywood-style. Imagine documentary filmmaker Michael Moore and director David Zucker in the center ring and you begin to get the idea.
By JONATHAN RICHARDS I FOR Fall of the House of Kepesh Jonathan Richards I For The New Mexican Elegy, May-December infatuation, rated R, Regal DeVargas, 988- 2775, 2.5 chiles "The biggest surprise in a man's life is old age," says David Kepesh (Ben Kingsley), quoting Tolstoy.