"Growing up on the Reservation, the only show in town was movie night in the church basement," director Neil Diamond says in the opening of the documentary Reel Injun. "Raised on cowboys and Indians, we cheered for the cowboys, never realizing we were the Indians."
Remember Gulliver's Kingdom? Here's a place just as weird. Seventy miles north of Tokyo in the town of Tochigi lies the Western Village, an abandoned amusement park that shuttered its doors in 2007.
Stuntman Vic Armstrong spent a career taking blows in some of Hollywood's most iconic roles. In this exclusive excerpt from his new book, he describes what it was like to actually, physically, be Indiana Jones.
The Duke alive again for science fiction? It may sound strange, but it's true; John Wayne's last released performance, in a 1984 movie using footage shot before his death, is finally about to be made available to the public.