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Martin Scorsese Talks About His Upcoming Film 'Silence'
The critically acclaimed director discusses his new film and reflects on his career.
A Look at Trump’s Business Empire in the United States
Golf courses in several states. Glittering hotels and condominiums. Even a share in a federally subsidized housing development in Brooklyn. Donald Trump ’s business interests in the United States, while concentrated in his home state of New York, run the gamut and appear in at least 10 states and
Janet Jackson Tops the List of Older Celebrity Moms
Janet Jackson welcomed a son, Eissa Al Mana, with husband Wissam Al Mana, this week, but she is not the only celebrity mom to give birth later in life. Her representative confirmed to ABC News that the 50-year-old singer welcomed a baby boy. "Janet had a stress-free healthy delivery and is resting
Pink Gives Birth to Baby Boy Jameson Moon Hart
Time now for "Pop news." Congratulations are in order pink has given birth to a baby boy named Jameson moon hart. That was fast. Yeah, well, she didn't reveal it for a long time. The singer and her husband Carey hart announced it on Instagram. Jameson is the couple's second child together expanding
Fassbender, DiCaprio, Pacino and Others Almost Cast in 'Star Wars'
"Assassin's Creed" star Michael Fassbender just told MTV News that he had talks with J.J. Abrams about possibly being in " Star Wars : The Force Awakens" last year. "I’m pretty sure I was busy doing something else in the summer," he said on Josh Horowitz's podcast , but didn't specify which role.
The inches and yards that led to this College Football Playoff
With all due respect to Ronald Reagan's George Gipp on his deathbed, Denzel Washington's Herman Boone at Gettysburg, or even Robert Loggia's halftime talk with the Texas State Armadillos, Hollywood's greatest football speech was Al Pacino's in "Any Given Sunday." "You find out life's this game of
10 Thanksgiving Movies to Watch if You're Sick of Football
There's a Thanksgiving movie for everyone. Whether you like comedies or tear-jerkers, these movies will provide a welcome respite from all the cooking, eating or football-watching this holiday. Even better, the families in some of these films will make you grateful for your own. Here are 10
This Multi-Millionaire Went From Being a Homeless Heroin Addict to Juice Mogul
For a year and a half, Khalil Rafati called Skid Row in Los Angeles home. He lived on the streets, destitute and addicted to heroin . Rafati said fell into "real homelessness, where your teeth are rotting out of your head and you have a smell on your body that is so disgusting it is so unbearable."
Robert De Niro on Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, and Who Does the Best Impression of Him
Robert De Niro is considered one of the greatest actors of all time. But movies can sometimes still be difficult for him to make. De Niro recently visited ABC News’ “ Popcorn With Peter Travers ” to reflect on his over 50-year long career and what it was like to play American boxing trainer Ray
Meryl Streep Recalls Meeting Al Pacino When 'I Was Nobody'
While promoting her new film, "Florence Foster Jenkins," acting icon Meryl Streep spoke about what it must be like for young actors and fans to meet her. This kind of accidental intimidation is close to home for the Oscar-winner since she recalls a time she was on the other side of fame. "I