Rogert Ebert Dead: Famed Film Critic, 70, Loses Battle With Cancer

Rest in peace to movie rating legend Roger Ebert. He was known for the “Two Thumbs Up” thing back in the years.

Hollywood Life

The legendary critic died April 4 in Chicago.

Roger Ebert, the first film critic to ever win a Pulitzer Prize, died April 4 after battling both cancer of the thyroid and salivary gland, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Best known for his influential reviews and his multiple television shows — including At TheMovies, which he co-hosted with Gene Siskel, who was later replaced by Richard Roeper in 2000, following Gene’s death — Roger left an undeniable imprint in the film industry.

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