William Goldman, the screenwriter and Hollywood wise man who won Academy Awards for "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" and... Deseret News - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times •Newsday •Billboard.com
William Goldman, who write the book and screenplay for the "The Princess Bride" and other books and movies, has died. The Academy Award winner was 87. CBS News senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod.. CBS News - Published Also reported by •NPR •Billboard.com •Seattle Times
At just around midnight in the capital of Romania, film producer Ada Solomon got a call that threatened the life of her entire movie. Her docu-drama depicting a reenactment of one of the worst.. The Wrap - Published
· "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin said goodbye to Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee on Friday in a blog post.
· Lee died at the age of 95 on Monday.
· Martin said his first published piece.. Business Insider - Published
Because a federal judge has told the White House to give Jim Acosta his press credentials back, check out today's midday links: Julian Assange charges, RIP William Goldman, Betsy DeVos' security cost,.. Gothamist - Published
Hollywood is paying their respects to Oscar-winning screenwriter and novelist William Goldman, who died Friday at age 87.
The influential writer behind “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,”.. The Wrap - Published
William Goldman -- the screenwriter who made tumbling down a hill romantic in the classic "The Princess Bride" -- has died. Goldman, who also won Oscars for writing "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance.. TMZ.com - Published
William Goldman, the author of the novel “The Princess Bride” and a two-time Oscar winner behind “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” and “All the President’s Men,” has died. He was.. The Wrap - Published
Louis Sachar got a lot of calls from Hollywood after his book “Holes,” which turns 20 years old this June, won the Newbery Book Award and the National Book Award for Young People’s.. The Wrap - Published
Jane Jenkins, the casting director of “The Princess Bride,” looked at a lot of tall men for the part of the giant Fezzik. But in her mind, there was only one giant who could plausibly haul three.. The Wrap - Published
At the electric reading of William Goldman’s screenplay for “All the President’s Men” at Los Angeles City Hall on Saturday night, Watergate once again had the freshness of current.. L.A. Times - Published
Entertainment has lost a key pipeline for fresh ideas. Started by Preston Sturges and mastered by William Goldman and others, scripts written on spec gave screenwriters a chance to develop their own.. L.A. Times - Published
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The second annual Creative Edge Film Fest (CEFF) gets under way September.. PRWeb - Published
The Hollywood screenwriter William Goldman could have been referring to “Brexit”-bemused London when he famously wrote that "nobody knows anything."
Not only is Britain now bitterly divided.. L.A. Times - Published
In the book “The Princess Bride” by William Goldman — upon which the same-titled film was based — never has “life isn’t fair” come with such mirth.
Heroes die (sometimes twice!)... L.A. Times - Published