‘Love Actually’ & ‘Die Hard’ Hit Theaters More Than 2 Decades Ago; Alan Rickman, Who Passed of Pancreatic Cancer, Made Christmas Movies that Stand the Test of Time

Published Dec 11, 2020

‘Love Actually’ & ‘Die Hard’ Hit Theaters More Than 2 Decades Ago; Alan Rickman, Who Passed of Pancreatic Cancer, Made Christmas Movies that Stand the Test of Time

Alan Rickman died from pancreatic cancer at age 69 in 2016, but his legacy lives on in the seasonal films so many of us love.

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