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Apparently, three movies attacking Wall Street wasn't enough . Hollywood's made another anti-capitalist film to be released November 15. The biopic of former Wall Street stockbroker, Jordan Belfort, who is also a conman, stars known liberal actor Leonardo DiCaprio.
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Are you as intrigued by the tragedy of the great ship Titanic as I am? Does it fascinate and sadden you all at once? Do you love interactive museums? Do you appreciate history? If so, you will greatly enjoy the experience of the Titanic attraction, in Pigeon Forge, TN.
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Backstage and the SAG Foundation invite you and a guest to attend a screening of the FX show "The Americans," followed by a Q&A with actor Noah Emmerich.
10 hrs ago | News24
News24 readers have hit back at a US travel advisory - which labels Pretoria, Johannesburg, Durban, and Cape Town as "critical" crime threat spots.
"Star Trek" would have us believe that space is the final frontier, but with apologies to the armies of Trekkies, their oracle might be a tad off base.
U.S. flags flew at half-staff on Friday in memory of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, who was honored by fellow astronauts and other VIPs as a "brave, reluctant hero."
Stage and screen actor Francesca Annis talks about the cult of celebrity, going nude for Roman Polanski and the pressure of playing a famous beauty 'I get the feeling now that it's not about which actor is right for a particular part, but who's the most commercially successful' a Francesca Annis.
What was happening back on Earth with the families of America's astronauts never got as much public attention as the astronauts' exploits up in space.
Modern wisdom wants to tell us that romantic love is a passing neurochemical illusion: the powerful brew of sexual attraction and novelty will eventually blow up, i zzle or settle into a sustaining broth of familial affection.
Noomi Rapace is quickly becoming a leading Hollywood star, and her growing resume now includes "Passion."
By ROBERT FELDBERG So, what is it with this guy Shakespeare? He seems to be really popular.
Time for another look back at our recent visit to Goulding's Lodge and Monument Valley! For those who missed it, Part One is here .
The heart transplant recipient says he now wakes up each morning "with a smile on my face, thankful for the gift of another day I never expected to see."
It was one of the great undertakings of American power, one of the great expressions of American ingenuity, one of the great successes of American engineering, one of the great statements of American daring -- and one of the great dividing lines in modern American culture.
Robert O. Cornthwaite, left, in turtleneck, and George Fenneman, second from right, in flannel shirt, examine the seedlings of 'The Thing From Another World' Once upon a time: The Air Force sends a crew up to the North Pole to help American scientists blast out a strange object they've found in the ice.