Britain's Prince Harry has come under fire from animal rights activists following the publication of a photograph of the royal posing with a slaughtered water buffalo just days after his family backed an anti-poaching campaign.
Louis CK goes on a USO tour of Iraq.
Box Office Analysis: July 27 Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over took the top spot, followed by Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl Bad Boys II Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life Seabiscuit Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Johnny English Finding Nemo Legally Blonde 2: Red White and Blonde Masked and Anonymous Buffalo Soldiers
Spike Lee’s World War II epic about four African-American soldiers stationed in Italy is overlong and flawed but still manages to be a powerful, important and gripping effort with superb performances.
Billy Crystal, Kelsey Grammer, Bruce Springsteen, Alec Baldwin, Barbra Streisand, Ian McKellen, Tom Green
Director Gregor Jordan's Buffalo Soldiers is a haunting look at a Cold War era military that is not at war with the Soviet Union but with itself. Strong performances from Joaquin Phoenix and Anna Paquin make this film well worth watching.
Teen pop idol Britney Spears could be the next Daisy Duke--tiny shorts and all. Also: The Dukes of Hazzard Mike Tyson Joaquin Phoenix Buffalo Soldiers Jackie Chan Vince Neil Tupac Shakur William Friedkin The Book of Skulls
With a tag line that reads "Steal All You Can Steal," it was bound to set off sparks. Miramax's Buffalo Soldiers, a satire of corruption on American military bases, is set to bow in theaters July 25, but its humor is being lost on military representatives and right-wing consumers who have sent complaints about the movie's negative depiction of U.S. Army conduct to Miramax and corporate parent Disney. Also: Steve Harvey Jennifer Beals The L Word Compay Segundo Benny Carter Arnold Schwarzenegger B
HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 10, 2000 -- What a little war movie can do to a career. Colin Farrell, who got on the Hollywood radar with his performance in the war flick "Tigerland," has signed on to star in not one but two projects, Daily Variety says. Farrell will first headline the drama "Phone Booth" for his "Tigerland" director, Joel Schumacher, in November. And then he'll segue to a courtroom drama flick, "Hart's War," where he'll play a POW who must defend a black soldier for murder. The actor got the
HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 19, 2000 -- He once portrayed an Iggy Pop-inspired rocker in "Velvet Goldmine," and it looks like Ewan McGregor is about to do the same with British pop pioneer Billy Fury. According to Reuters, the "Star Wars: Episode I" actor's next project will be a film biography about Billy Fury, the Liverpool, England, pop icon who dominated the rock scene in the early 1960s. No title has been attached to the project. Reuters said that McGregor's uncle, Dennis Lawson, who had a minor part
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Forget Demi and Ashton. These celebrity spouses have some major age differences.