Following up their debut Blu-ray/DVD release of Some Call It Loving, Etiquette Pictures will proudly be releasing the Dennis Hopper documentary The American Dreamer on Blu-ray/DVD on September 22, 2015. This is a release that I am beyond excited for! Documentaries on filmmaking always fascinate me because you never know what kind of crazy things […]
South African businessman Johann Rupert, right, with actor Dennis Hopper in 2006. (AP / Alastair Grant) Johann Rupert, the multibillionaire owner of the luxury jewelry company Cartier, has admitted to a group of his peers that he...Show More Summary
Dennis Hopper: actor, artist, filmmaker, Hollywood survivor. Today, May 29th, marks five years since Dennis Hopper shucked his mortal coil. Hopper had been on my short list of "dream interviews" during my tenure at Venice Magazine. When...Show More Summary
Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by the week’s new releases or premieres. This week: With Mad Max speeding back into theaters, we go Down Under for some Ozploitation classics. Mad Dog Morgan (1976) “The more...Show More Summary
Dennis Hopper's Drugstore Camera is a new collection of the artist/actor's unpublished photographs taken in Taos, New Mexico in the late 1960s and 1970s with one of the earliest disposable cameras and developed at drugstore photo labs. Read the rest
If Dennis Hopper’s last film went the crowd funding route, why not Orson Welles on his 100th birthday? The Citizen Kane helmer’s last film, The Other Side of the Wind, has gone to Indiegogo for finishing funds. Hopper is part of the cast, along with John Huston, Peter Bogdanovich, and numerous others. Show More Summary
Video games made in to live action movies are always hit or miss. Back in 1993 Bob Hoskins, John Leguizamo & Dennis Hopper brought The Mushroom Kingdom from the control pad to the cinema screen with questionable success. Now, short film “The Hedgehog,” converts the plumber’s speeding blue rival to a real life tale for […]
Dennis Hopper's final film may see the light of day thanks to a Kickstarter campaign. As of Tuesday, fans had pledged more than $90,000 towards The Last Film Festival, a comedy that stars the late actor as a Hollywood producer whose latest flop has been rejected by every film festival except the one... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Dennis Hopper Linda Yellen
Hey, remember when we called a moratorium on Steve McQueen? Here’s why: guys like Dennis Hopper deserve just as much cred—if not more. American badass: check. Motorcycle junkie: check. Looked great in denim: check. Hopper was one ofShow More Summary
The production team behind Dennis Hopper's unreleased final film, The Last Film Festival, have launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $90,000 finish the picture. Hopper is known for his dramatic roles but plays a comedic character in The Last Film Festival. Show More Summary
The Last Film Festival is raising money on Kickstarter for a fall release "Dennis Hopper’s Final Movie Needs Your Help" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. It is not intended to be reproduced on other websites. Show More Summary
After the passing of Dennis Hopper in 2010, "The Last Film Festival" is looking for a resurrection and release via the last hope for many a cinematic crisis: Kickstarter.
It may not have Dennis Hopper screaming in a cowboy hat with a chainsaw in each hand—that would be 1986’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2—but the independent comedy The Last Film Festival does have the distinction of being the last film in which the legendary Easy Rider and Blue Velvet star appeared before his death in May 2010. Show More Summary
TweetThe film Flashback had bad reviews for the most part, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying 25 year old footage from a pre-streetscaped, pre-SFMTA North Beach: You see, at the beginning Jack Bauer was the uptight one and Dennis Hopper was the hippie – that’s the whole movie. And it’s the later version […]
Stewart Stern and two of his most iconic collaborators, James Dean (in Rebel Without a Cause) and Dennis Hopper (in The Last Movie). Stewart Stern, a screenwriter most noted for providing one of the three screenplays, Rebel Without a Cause (1955), that transformed James Dean into a 20th-century god, passed away Monday, February 2, at age 92. Show More Summary
"Let's have an intelligent conversation here. I'll talk and you listen." - Deacon (Dennis Hopper) in Waterworld
Major works by Thomas Struth, Dennis Hopper, George Condo, Andy Warhol and a curated section of appropriation art will be featured in the auction of Post-War & Contemporary Art at Bonhams, on November 11 in New York. Leading the sale are two masterpiece photographs by renowned German contemporary photographer, Thomas Struth. Show More Summary
1. David Lynch Looked at one way, most of David Lynch’s movies are horror movies. Is there a more petrifying moment in cinema than the Winkie’s diner scene in Mulholland Dr.? Is there a more menacing monster than Dennis Hopper’s gas-huffing...Show More Summary
When the iconic actor, director and artist Dennis Hopper died in 2010 at the age of 74, his family discovered that he was something of a pack rat.
The “Captain America” bike that starred in the 1969 film "Easy Rider," with Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper, is up for sale at a Los Angeles auction.