Actress Shirley Temple poses in 1932. (AP Photo)
Shirley Temple, like any other little girl of 6 years, started to school and proved to be bright enough to win a gold star for her first days performance, Sept. 10, 1935, Hollywood, Calif. Her teachers say Shirley is above average in scholarship for her age. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)
At Hollywood, Shirley Temple, shows her dollhouse to Mary McArthur daughter of Helen Hayes and Charles McArthur, just before Mary returned to her home in the east, Sept. 6, 1937, Los Angeles, Calif. (AP Photo)
Shirley Temple, who gained fame as child star with long curls, displays new, short hairdo at press conference, July 3, 1957, Hollywood, Calif. The conference was held to announce that Shirley will appear on a 16-series one-hour TV performance for NBC. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)
Actress Shirley Temple is shown during rehearsals for her TV show, Dec. 12, 1957, Hollywood, Calif. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)
Shirley Temple, right, plays Chinese Checkers between scenes with her stand-in, Mary Lou Isleib, who is a year older but has been her stand-in for six years, Sept. 12, 1941. They are close friends away from the set. (AP Photo)
Shirley Temple, left, cuts the cake for the celebration of her eighth birthday as Grace Fields, an English actress, extends her plate, April 25, 1937, San Francisco, Calif. (AP Photo)
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, first lady of the nation, and Shirley Temple, first lady of the motion picture box office, are shown as they talked together when Mrs. Roosevelt visited the set where Shirley is making her latest picture, Little Miss Broadway, March 18, 1938, Hollywood, Calif. Mrs. Ro…
Obit cartoons are generally the easiest; in this case I must defer to words. Phillip Seymour Hoffman, a great talent was the victim of Phillip Seymour Hoffman, acting in an inexplicable slow-motion suicide, a familiar Shakespearean tragedy that too often befalls the uncommon artist. His Capo…
No. 10 — 'Homefront' with $1.6 million (last week No. 6) — Jason Statham, left, as an ex-DEA agent, encounters a meth mogul and his sister, played by James Franco and Winona Ryder, in a scene from "Homefront." (Box office figures from Rentrak)
No. 6 — 'Homefront' with $3.4 million (last week No.5) — Jason Statham, left, as an ex-DEA agent, encounters a meth mogul and his sister, played by James Franco and Winona Ryder, in a scene from "Homefront." (Box office figures from Rentrak)
No. 5 — 'Delivery Man' with $3.8 million (last week No. 6) — This image released by Disney DreamWorks II Distribution Co. shows Vince Vaughn, left, and Chris Pratt in a scene from "Delivery Man". (AP Photo/Disney-DreamWorks II Distribution Co., Jessica Miglio) (Box office figures from Rentrak)
No. 8 — 'The Best Man Holiday' with $2.7 million (last week No. 4) — This image released by Universal Pictures shows, from left, Taye Diggs, Morris Chestnut, Harold Perrineau and Terrence Howard in a scene from "The Best Man Holiday." (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Michael Gibson) (Box office…
No. 4 — 'Thor: The Dark World' with $4.7 million (last week No. 3) — This publicity photo released by Walt Disney Studios and Marvel shows Natalie Portman, left, as Jane Foster and Chris Hemsworth as Thor, in Marvel's "Thor: The Dark World." (AP Photo/Walt Disney Studios/Marvel, Jay Maidmen…
Laurence Olivier is shown as General Marcus Licinus Crassus in the movie "Spartacus," 1960. (AP Photo)List from: AFI's 100 Years...100 Thrills. See a scene from the movie.
Actress Kathleen Turner, at center, poses with cast and crew members of the film "Pulp Fiction" at the 47th Cannes Film Festival in France, May 23, 1994. From left to right: actor Bruce Willis; actress Maria de Medeiros; actor John Travolta; Turner; director Quentin Tarantino; actor Samuel L…
Actress Gene Tierney, one of the stars in the movie of "Laura". (AP Photo)List from: AFI's 100 Years...100 Thrills. See a trailer for the movie.
Jack Warner of Warner Brother's studio poses with Bette Davis, left, and Joan Crawford, July 18, 1962. The two star in the film "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?". (AP Photo) List from: AFI's 100 Years...100 Thrills. See a trailer for the movie.
Alfred Hitchcock and "Tippi" Hedren arrive at the Carlton Hotel in Cannes, France on May 9, 1963 for the presentation of their film "The Birds" at the Festival Palace that evening. (AP Photo) List from: AFI's 100 Years...100 Thrills. See a scene from the movie.
Actress Tura Satana seen in 1963 with comedian Carol Burnett. (AP Photo)