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Stanley Tucci Has Fun Playing 'British Baddie'
"Hunger Games" actor discusses playing Roderick in "Jack the Giant Slayer."
Peter O'Toole, Star of 'Lawrence of Arabia,' Dead at 81
Peter O’Toole, whose nuanced performance as “Lawrence of Arabia” managed to make the epic biopic filmed under the dazzling Arabian sun a dark study of disillusionment and shattered dreams, has died. He was 81. O’Toole’s agent Steve Kenis said the actor died Saturday at a...
A Legendary Ship's Final Hours Battling Sandy
As Hurricane Sandy approached the East Coast in late October, Captain Robin Walbridge wanted to save his ship, the legendary Bounty. He set out to sea to ride out the storm -- a decision which ended in disaster. He lost the ship, a crewmember and his own life. It was still a mild fall day in New
Charlie Sheen Says He's Ready to Work Again but Executives Won't Let Him
It seems Charlie Sheen doesn't have a lot of love for his bosses. Today the actor, who's currently undergoing substance-abuse rehab at his home, said he's ready to return to work on his hit CBS sitcom, " Two and a Half Men ," but the suits won't let him. He described banging on the door of the
Charlie Sheen: Dancing Days Before Rehab?
'Ho boy, Charlie Sheen 's not looking good. A newly released video of the " Two and a Half Men " star shows Sheen dancing wildly at a bar with three women, throwing his hands in the air and repeatedly yelling "ho!" According to TMZ.com , which first obtained the video, the footage was shot last
Charlie Sheen Wants to Return to Work by the End of February
Despite participating in rehab from his home, Charlie Sheen wants to get back to work on his hit sitcom " Two and a Half Men " by the end of this month, according to his publicist. When asked if the television star would be back to work by the end of February, publicist Stan Rosenfield said, "That
Charlie Sheen Addresses His Fans
The actor speaks out for the first time since being released from the hospital.
Charlie Sheen Thanks Fans, CBS for Support
'Two and a Half Men' Star's Statement Comes After the Release of Doctor's 911 Call
Marilyn Monroe to Star Again?
In December, movie blogs buzzed with speculation that George Lucas would be bringing back to life dead stars to act in new movies. The rumor arose from comments made by former Lucas collaborator Mel Smith to London's Daily Mail. "He's been buying up the film rights to dead movie stars," said Smith