Poltergeist actress dies after prolonged illness.
Disney director emeritus passes away.
Michael O’Connor brings you a round up of the week’s main headlines.
Pop legend Michael Jackson has died at the age of 50 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles after a suspected case of cardiac arrest.
David Carradine, a well-known actor popularly associated with martial arts and a wide variety of roles, has been found dead in his hotel room in Bangkok, Thailand while filming his latest feature.
Michael Crichton, the author of novels such as Jurassic Park, Congo and The Lost World, has died in Los Angeles at the age of 66. Crichton passed away after succumbing to a long battle against cancer, one that was kept private from the outside world throughout its duration. In a statement, his family said: “Through … Continued
Don S Davis, best known for his roles on Stargate SG-1 and Twin Peaks, has died at the age of 65. The actor passed away on 29 June after suffering a heart attack. Davis had a rich career through his life, including several years in the US Army, numerous film and television roles, and a … Continued
Comedy legend George Carlin passed away from heart failure on Sunday at a hospital in Santa Monica, having been admitted in the afternoon after complaining of chest pains. Carlin made a tremendous impact on the comedy industry, and was probably most famous for his ‘seven words’ routine. The skit revolved around seven words that you … Continued
Special effects legend Stan Winston has died at the age of 62, according to several sources including the BBC and AICN. The man who was often called a pioneer of practical effects died on Sunday at home in California, having finally lost a long-running battle with multiple myeloma, a cancer of plasma cells. Winston won … Continued