CNN Original docuseries The Movies celebrates Hollywood hits from the Golden Age through today
The six-part CNN Original docuseries The Movies will be available on Hollywood Suite this August.
The CNN Original series celebrates Hollywood hits from the Golden Age through today.
The Movies features interviews with Paul Thomas Anderson, Alec Baldwin, Ellen Burstyn, Tim Burton, Cameron Crowe, Billy Crystal, Robert De Niro, Jon Favreau, Antoine Fuqua, Morgan Freeman, Bill Hader, Tom Hanks, Amy Heckerling, Ron Howard, Holly Hunter, Anjelica Huston, Baz Luhrmann, Julianne Moore, Ed Norton, Rob Reiner, Molly Ringwald, Maya Rudolph, Ridley Scott, John Singleton, Sharon Stone, Robert Zemeckis and many more.
Statement from Sharon Stevens, VP Programming for Hollywood Suite
Starting with the Golden Age of Hollywood, right through to today, The Movies is a must-watch for film lovers.
The series will give new insights and behind the scenes glimpses into some of the most beloved and influential films of our time.
THE SEVENTIES Tuesday, August 10 at 8pm ET
The episode explores the films of the 70s that pushed the medium of movie-making such as The Godfather, The Exorcist and Jaws.
THE EIGHTIES Tuesday, August 17 at 8pm ET
The episode explores the crowd-pleasing titles of the 80s such as The Empire Strikes Back, E.T. and The Breakfast Club.
THE NINETIES Tuesday, August 24 at 8pm ET
The episode explores movie stars of the 90s like Julia Roberts and Will Smith and beloved films such as Jurassic Park, Titanic and Pulp Fiction.
THE 2000S TO TODAY Tuesday, August 31 at 8pm ET
The episode explores popular films of the 2000s such as Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings and Moulin Rouge.
THE GOLDEN AGE Tuesday, September 7 at 8pm ET
The episode explores the most iconic films from the 1930s through the 1950s such as King Kong, Casablanca and A Star is Born.
THE SIXTIES Tuesday, September 14 at 8pm ET
The episode explores the popular films of the 60s such as West Side Story, Bonnie and Clyde, and The Graduate.