Does Woody Allen have regrets His new film, Blue Jasmine, amplifies the air of concentrated self-examination that has long been a hallmark of his work. Though marked by buoyant moments of wry humor, the film is devastating in its intense survey of a life in the free fall of mental and emotional collapse
Hugh Jackman has taken a wrecking ball to rumours that he is gay, after admitting that he is ”frustrated” by the constant speculation over his sexuality. The actor told Australia’s Channel Nine’s 60 Minutes on Sunday night that if he was gay, he would not make a secret of it
Woody Allen is returning to France for his next film and bringing Colin Firth and Emma Stone along as its stars. Producers Letty Aronson and Stephen Tenenbaum have announced that Allen is set to start shooting his untitled new comedy this European summer
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It took just a couple of days for Admiral Thad Allen to realize how disastrous the well blowout at the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig would prove to be. On April 20 last year, the well being drilled by the BP-owned rig suddenly kicked back, spurting oil and gas up the drilling pipe and setting the Deepwater Horizon aflame in the Gulf of Mexico.
There’s a great photo of Bill Gates from 1977, the year he would have graduated from Harvard if he hadn’t dropped out. He was 22 at the time and looks all of 16.
On Feb. 15, 1965, a diffident but self-possessed high school student named Raymond Kurzweil appeared as a guest on a game show called I’ve Got a Secret.
Convicted Beltway sniper John Allen Muhammad is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection November 10, a Virginia corrections official said Tuesday.
A November 10 execution date was set Wednesday for John Allen Muhammad, convicted in a series of sniper-style shootings that terrorized the Washington area in 2002. Prince William County, Virginia, Circuit Judge Mary Grace O’Brien set the date at a teleconference hearing Wednesday, according to the Web site of Muhammad’s attorney, Jonathan Sheldon
Some fans of "American Idol" runner-up Adam Lambert think their favorite singer may have been robbed of the "Idol" crown by Arkansas employees of AT&T, a major sponsor of the talent competition. Since the final count is a secret, there is no way to know if text-message votes cast at two AT&T-sponsored parties in “Idol” winner Kris Allen’s home state of Arkansas made a difference in the outcome. Lambert and Allen — who are good friends and share the same publicist — are not talking about this