Actress Jacqueline Scott, actress in The Fugitive and Charley Varrick, dies aged 89

Jacqueline Scott, who was best known for her roles in the TV series The Fugitive and film Charley Varrick, has died. She was 89. Scott died Thursday at her home in Los Angeles after a battle with lung cancer. The Hollywood Reporter was first to announce the news, told by her son, Andrew. Her death

Emmys 2020: Lynn Shelton and Fred Willard get posthumous nominations

Lynn Shelton and Fred Willard both landed Emmy nominations posthumously when they were announced on July 28 (US time). It marks the first Emmy nomination for Shelton, who scored a nod in the Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special category for Hulu’s Little Fires Everywhere. Specifically, Shelton, who directed four episodes

Emmys 2020: Jimmy Kimmel to host 72nd Emmy Awards, details still to come from ABC and TV academy

Jimmy Kimmel will return to host the 72nd Emmy Awards on ABC, the network and Television Academy announced on Tuesday. This marks the third time Kimmel has hosted the Emmys, following the 64th event in 2012 and 68th in 2016. The Primetime Emmy telecast will take place as planned on Sunday, September 20 at 8pm

Fred Willard’s cause of death revealed, Best in Show and Modern Family star died of cardiac arrest

Actor Fred Willard’s cause of death has officially been revealed. The beloved comedian and actor — well known for his work in the hit film Best in Show and television shows like Modern Family and Everybody Loves Raymond — died of cardiac arrest at 6.45pm May 15, according to his death certificate. He was 86.

Hollywood remembers Fred Willard: ‘You were funny in your bones’

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com)—- Following the news of Fred Willard’s death on Saturday, many film and TV stars, including Jamie Lee Curtis, Jimmy Kimmel and more, paid tribute to the comedic legend. Willard was known for his goofball characters and improvisational comedy. He earned four Emmy nominations, including three in a row for his role as