Premiere: He just received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He's prominently credited in some of the most important movies of the last 40 years. So why hasn't there been more fanfare surrounding the death of Dennis Hopper?
Rolling Stone: So what to say about Dennis Hopper, dead just 12 days after his 74th birthday of complications from prostate cancer? A wise man? A kind man? That would be bullshit, man.
Inside Movies: Dennis Hopper, who passed away from prostate cancer on May 29, 2010, at 74, was one of our most recognizable stars who managed to turn a string of perennial outsiders, misfits, and deranged characters into the embodiment of our worst nightmares and sometimes even our own best hopes. Anytime he appeared on screen, he was an outright scene stealer, the visual equivalent of walking into a gas station with a lit match. His characters weren't always pleasant, but they never let us look away. Here are 10 roles that stood out.
On Episode 66, Sam, Geoff and special guest Jordan discuss the passing of Dennis Hopper and Gary Coleman, The Hobbit Holdup, Robin Hood, Lost and Dexter. JAxel and Jon Liu join in via the Ustream chat channel and cheer on the hosts through gaming news, The Weekly Whatchas and The Indie Game Roundup.