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Bonnie and Clyde – review

"They're young, they're in love … and they kill people," ran the posters for the famous 1967 movie with Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. With a few adornments, that remains pretty much the story of this new musical about the Texan outlaws of the early 1930s. Linnie Reedman as writer and director, …

Entertainment Tonight: Emile Hirsch Takes Us Inside 'Bonnie & Clyde'

Holliday Grainger and Emile Hirsch star as Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow in Lifetime's new take on the legendary couple whose crime spree enraptured …

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Why Bonnie and Clyde Won't Die

The duo lives on in film after film because the ordinary couple's desire for fame, not riches, resonates through the decades.<p>“Who <i>were</i> Bonnie and Clyde?” asked the great novelist Nelson Algren in his introduction to a 1968 reissue of <i>The True Story of Bonnie and Clyde</i> by Emma Parker, Bonnie’s ma, and …

Producers hope to take 'Bonnie and Clyde' to the bank

DONALDSVILLE, La. — Late one evening last spring in this struggling but picturesque river town about an hour west of New Orleans, the never-ending saga of Bonnie and Clyde took an unexpectedly fiery twist.<p>Vintage 1930 Fords roared down the town's main drag in a cops-and-robbers chase, men leaning …

Review: 'Bonnie and Clyde' looks great, but its history is way off

In terms of mythology, it was Bonnie Parker who turned a small band of murderous thugs led by Clyde Barrow into the stuff of legend.<p>Even as the Depression-era gang went on its murderous two-year crime spree, the idea of a female outlaw titillated a nation already prone to romanticizing criminals …

Bonnie and Clyde: can the History Channel get away with this?

To even think about watching the History Channel's Bonnie and Clyde, you must first accept two unfortunate truths: yes, they really made this and no, at this point in the production cycle, you can't do anything to stop it.<p>What potential viewers must decide – much as they did for NBC's live Sound of …