Ryan Gosling’s latest film, Only God Forgives, has deeply divided critics and the Canadian actor concedes that the blood-spattered crime thriller set in Bangkok’s underworld of boxing clubs and brothels may not appeal to everyone. “The film is kind of like a drug,” the former child star who appeared on The Mickey Mouse Club TV show, told reporters ahead of the film’s opening in New Zealand next Thursday.
Musical collective Fly My Pretties are gearing up to hit the road in September.
New Zealand’s most exciting musical collective, Fly My Pretties, is assembling for another reincarnation.
The Hunts face Congress and bankers after their fallThose bashful bullionaire brothers W. Herbert and Nelson Bunker Hunt showed up in public last week for the first time since their speculative bubble burst on “Silver Thursday,” March 27.
Nelson Mandela has always felt most at ease around children, and in some ways his greatest deprivation was that he spent 27 years without hearing a baby cry or holding a child’s hand. Last month, when I visited Mandela in Johannesburg a frailer, foggier Mandela than the one I used to know his first instinct was to spread his arms to my two boys
Felipe Massa has been forced to backtrack on comments he made claiming that new Ferrari teammate Fernando Alonso was aware of Renault’s plans to deliberately crash at the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix. Alonso won that race after the safety car was brought out when Renault’s No.
Nelson Piquet Jr admitted he will have to wait until the dust has settled on the “crashgate” scandal before he can attempt a return to Formula One.
FIA presidential candidate Ari Vatanen believes that Nelson Piquet Jr should have been punished for his role in Formula One’s “Crashgate” affair. Vatanen told CNN: “I do not understand why Nelson Piquet Jr wasn’t punished
Renault’s former chief engineer Pat Symonds has spoken of his “eternal regret” at his involvement in the race-fixing conspiracy in last year’s Singapore Grand Prix. But Symonds.
Renault are awaiting punishment in the race-fixing saga as the World Motor Sport Council held an extraordinary meeting in Paris on Monday to consider the latest scandal to hit Formula One. The 26-strong council met for 90 minutes to discuss allegations by former Renault driver Nelson Piquet Jr.