Latest Richard Nixon Stories

2009-01-04 12:15:08


2008-12-31 11:00:47

Hollywood film director Ron Howard says he enjoyed reading Peter Morgan's play Frost/Nixon so much, he immediately wanted to see it acted out on stage. I'd been very surprised by the play, which I'd read, which motivated me to get on an airplane and go and see the production, Howard, who eventually directed the film version of Morgan's play, told reporters in New York.

2008-12-09 13:21:02

Universal Pictures says its film Frost/Nixon earned $180,708 when it debuted in three locations in New York City, Los Angeles and Toronto last weekend.

2008-12-05 19:36:42

Ron Howard said directing his U.S. astronaut film Apollo 13 helped him develop a taste for making movies about real people. Howard won an Oscar for directing A Beautiful Mind, about mathematician John Forbes Nash. He earned acclaim for his picture, Cinderella Man, the story of boxing great James J.

2008-12-05 17:48:40

Frank Langella says it was hard to shake off the character of Richard Nixon after playing the U.S.

2008-12-02 17:17:05

Frank Langella says a scene in Frost/Nixon, where former U.S.

2008-11-30 14:18:23

Hollywood director Ron Howard says his film adaptation of the play Frost/Nixon was a remembrance of the historic U.S. presidential scandal. The A Beautiful Mind director said he could recall watching 1977 interviews between disgraced U.S.

2008-11-24 17:03:29

British actor Michael Sheen says he was warned against meeting David Frost until after he started performances of the play Frost/Nixon. Sheen played the TV personality in the West End and on Broadway.

2008-10-17 15:00:15

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Liberation Entertainment has concluded a deal with Sir David Frost and his production company, David Paradine Television Inc, to secure the North American distribution rights to the entire broadcast footage of the historical Frost Nixon TV interviews from 1977.

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