Why can't Republicans and Democrats put themselves into each other's shoes?
Martin Sheen described the “extraordinary” talent of fellow actor James Marshall in a trial claiming Roche Holding AG ’s Accutane acne drug caused Marshall’s inflammatory bowel disease.
Roche Holding AG faces a lineup of Hollywood stars in the New Jersey trial of an actor’s lawsuit alleging he suffered the loss of his colon after taking the company’s Accutane acne drug.
In “Real Steel,” a futuristic tale about boxing robots, the scrappy underdog uses Muhammad Ali’s rope-a-dope strategy to tire out its bigger, stronger opponent in a championship bout.
Terrence Malick, for whom the phrase “iconoclastic filmmaker” could have been invented, used to disappear for decades between his dark and mysterious films.
Nancy Kissel, accused of murdering her banker husband, broke down in a Hong Kong court today after saying that she wasn’t able to help their daughter and said she tried to protect herself from abuse by spiking his drinks.
“Zero Dark Thirty,” the best- reviewed film of 2012, has become an Oscar longshot because of a political backlash in Hollywood over its depiction of torture in the hunt for Osama Bin Laden.
The early end of James Marshall ’s career, blamed by the actor and musician on Roche Holding AG ’s Accutane acne drug, was an “unbelievable tragedy,” former co- star Brian Dennehy said in court.
For private-equity firms scouring the Internet for a deal, Ancestry.com Inc. is generating more free cash per share by researching families than Facebook Inc. does connecting friends.
“The Amazing Spider-Man,” Sony Corp.’s reboot of the super-hero film franchise, led the U.S. and Canadian box office in its first weekend with $62 million in ticket sales, building on a midweek debut.
"He never, ever backed down. It did not mean much if there was not a fight."
- Martin Sheen on May 01, 2012