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Celebs Silently Stare in PSA on Ebola Response
Bono, Morgan Freeman and Thandie Newton are some of the famous faces featured in this PSA.
Nigeria's Nollywood Reaches Mainstream
New Film Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor Marks Milestone for Nigerian Film Industry
First Look at Thandie Newton's Baby Boy
Third-time mom Thandie Newton appears blissful in a recent photo she posted with her new baby boy. It’s the first glimpse of Newton’s latest addition, Booker Jombe Parker. She shared the snap Tuesday on Twitter, along with the words, “Happy holidays.” The 41-year-old actress and...
'Crash' Star Thandie Newton Welcomes Baby Boy
"Crash" star Thandie Newton just announced the birth of her son. "Our baby boy is finally here! Booker Jombe Parker. Born joyously at home yesterday," she tweeted on Tuesday. It's the third child for Newton and her husband Ol Parker. "My 3rd home birth with brilliant independent midwife Caroline
What Made Princes William and Harry Laugh at Charity Event?
Princes William and Harry dressed in formal suits and ties to take on the roles of professional traders for a charity event today in London, but it didn’t take long for the brothers to devolve into a comedy routine. “Stop flirting, get on with it,”...
Thandie Newton Pregnant with Third Child
Baby No. 3 is on the way for Thandie Newton. The 40-year-old British actress and her writer-director husband Ol Parker are expecting a baby next year, her rep confirmed to various media outlets Sunday. The “Crash” actress showed no signs of a baby bump in...
Stone Fills Out Cast for Bush Movie
Controversial Filmmaker's Early Script Depicts President Bush's Hard-Partying Youth and Feuds With His Father
Bush Faithful Shun 'W.' Opening
Former Staffer McClellan Says Film Has 'Elements of Truth,' While Others Lambast 'W.'
'RockNRolla' is Pure, Gritty Guy Ritchie
"RocknRolla" ( * * ½ out of four ) takes director Guy Ritchie back to London's gritty streets, and thankfully as far away as possible from the soggy island landscape of his 2002 film "Swept Away." Ritchie has returned to the world of snarky crime capers that he captured effectively beginning a
First Look: Oliver Stone's 'W.' Is Not Quite Out of Left Field
A man stands in the middle of a sunny baseball field, beaming a smile as the roar of an approving crowd is heard. An echoing announcer's voice calls out his name: "Ladies and gentlemen, the 43rd president of the United States …" But as the camera pans back, the cheering fades, and the stadium is