Played out against the backdrop of a nursing home, “Abe & Phil’s Last Poker Game,” a first feature by neurologist Howard L. Weiner and the last starring the late Martin Landau, too often finds itself treading a wobbly line between melancholic and mawkish. Landau, who died last July at age 89, makes...
Jan. 12 Abe & Phil's Last Poker Game Comedy-drama with Martin Landau, Paul Sorvino, Maria Dizzia. Written and directed by Howard Weiner. Azad Futuristic indie thriller. Directed by Farasat Khan. Blur Circle Drama with Cora Vander Broek, Matthew Brumlow, Ryan Artzberger. Written by Brian Elliott...
"Is she really your daughter?" Gravitas Ventures has unveiled the first official trailer for an indie comedy titled Abe & Phil's Last Poker Game, which is the very final film starring the late, great American actor Martin Landau. He plays a man who moves to an assisted living home and befriends another resident, a womanizing gambler. Show More Summary
Martin Landau's final film is 'Abe & Phil's Last Poker Game,' a comedy/drama that teams him with Paul Sorvino as friends at a nursing home.
The Emmys paid tribute tonight to 42 members of the industry who died over the past year including Mary Tyler Moore, Jerry Lewis, Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher, Martin Landau, Bill Paxton, John Hurt, Grant Tinker, Don Rickles, GlenShow More Summary
Martin Landau died earlier this month at the age of 89 and now more details about his death have been revealed. The Oscar-winning actor’s cause of death was hyopvolemic shock, which is when the body loses a massive amount of blood. Martin‘s death certificate also lists “metabolic acidosis, intra-abdominal hemorrhage and diffuse atherosclerotic vascular disease,” [...]
Martin Landau died at UCLA Medical Center when he suffered severe internal bleeding which led to his organs shutting down. According to his death certificate, obtained by TMZ, the Hollywood icon's immediate cause of death is hypovolemic shock --…
They say these things come in threes. Last weekend, we lost zombie creator George A. Romero and celebrated actor Martin Landau, and now they’re joined in the afterlife by John Heard. Although most people will remember Heard as just the oblivious dad from Home Alone, and Home Alone 2, he was a very accomplished actor whose screen worked […]
A promotional clip starring Martin Landau (you can watch it below) was released today by MeTV in connection with an upcoming TV tribute to the actor, who died Saturday at age 89. The 30-second clip features Landau in a few...
Veteran actor Martin Landau, whose versatile screen career stretched from the 1960s TV series "Mission: Impossible" to his Oscar-winning turn as Bela Lugosi in "Ed Wood," has died at 89, his publicist said Sunday. Brooklyn-born Landau...Show More Summary
American actor Martin Landau has sadly passed away at the age of 89. Landau was an actor with a long and storied Hollywood career, making his major film debut in North by Northwest (1959). In 1966 he began appearing on the television series Mission: Impossible, first as a recurring guest star and then as a series regular. Show More Summary
Martin Landau, beloved for his TV role on “Mission: Impossible” and an Oscar winner for playing Bela Lugosi in “Ed Wood,” has died. “His publicists Dick Guttman and Rona Menashe confirmed his death to USA Today. They said in a...
Martin Landau, the Oscar-winning character actor who has worked with acclaimed directors like Alfred Hitchcock, Woody Allen, and Tim Burton, has died at the age of 89. He is perhaps best known by modern audiences for his role as theShow More Summary
We lost two horror heroes this weekend -- Martin Landau on Saturday, and George A. Romero on Sunday. Landau won an Oscar for playing horror legend Bela Lugosi in "Ed Wood," and was nominated two other times, for "Tucker: The Man andShow More Summary
Oscar-winning actor Martin Landau, most closely associated with scene-stealing character turns in such films as “North by Northwest,” “Crimes and Misdemeanors” and “Ed Wood” as well as the classic TV series “Mission: Impossible,” died Saturday in Los Angeles, according to his publicist. Show More Summary
Of course, Landau also starred as Rollin Hand for several years in the original Mission: Impossible and the heroic villain of Crimes and Misdemeanors.
Martin Landau, the iconic actor best known for Mission: Impossible and Ed Wood, died Saturday. He was 89. Landau's breakout came in Alfred Hitchcock's 1959 thriller North by Northwest, where he played James Mason's henchman. He earned...Show More Summary
Also: The White House opens "Made in America" Week; heavy snow in Chile causes power losses in winter; and Oscar-winning actor Martin Landau dies.
In a sad addition to the week’s first death notice, the passing of Night of the Living Dead director George A. Romero, it was announced Sunday night that Martin Landau, Academy Award-winning actor, had joined Romero in the afterlife. Landau passed away after “unexpected complications” ensured during a brief stay at the UCLA Medical Center, according to his […]