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Happy 70th Birthday, Nick Nolte

February 8th, 2011 8:37am EST
Nick Nolte
Happy Birthday to Nick Nolte - the Hollywood actor turns 70 today.

The two-time Oscar nominee rose to fame with a role in the hit 1970s miniseries "Rich Man, Poor Man," while his 1980s buddy cop movie "48 Hrs." launched the big-screen career of his co-star Eddie Murphy.

An all-around renaissance man, Nolte has made a name for himself as an athlete, model and producer, and he's played a wide range of characters in more than 40 Hollywood movies.

To celebrate his big day, WENN has dug up 10 weird and wonderful facts about the star that may have passed you by:

- As a student at Eastern Ariz...

'Ballistic: Ecks Vs. Sever' Wins Worst Film Of The Decade

September 30th, 2009 12:18pm EDT
Ballistic: Ecks Vs. Sever Worst Film
Antonio Banderas' action film Ballistic: Ecks Vs. Sever has topped a new poll to find the worst film of the past decade.

The Spanish actor's 2002 movie, co-starring Charlie's Angels Lucy Liu, is number one on the 100 Worst of the Worst list, compiled by Critics gathered thousands of reviews from the last 10 years for the countdown.

Japanese horror flick One Missed Call closely trails Banderas' film at two, while Roberto Benigni's Pinocchio and comedies King's Ransom and National Lampoon's Gold Diggers round out the countdown at numbers three, four and five respec...

Spotlight On Talented, Oscar-Winning Movie Stars

June 23rd, 2008 8:45am EDT
Daniel Day-Lewis
There are many talented people in Hollywood who have won a coveted Oscar, and there are so many talented winners that it's difficult to just name a few.

Daniel Day-Lewis is known as one of the most selective actors in the industry; he's starred in only four movies in the last 10 years. Whenever Day-Lewis has a movie being released, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences stands up and takes notice. He's won two Academy Awards for Best Actor: His first was in 1989 for his role as Christy Brown in "My Left Foot" and the other in 2007 for his work as Daniel Plainview in "There Wil...

Classic Tearjerking Movies

December 26th, 2007 3:55pm EST
The Notebook
The classic tearjerker movie. Many of us watch them with a diet coke in one hand and a box of Kleenex in the other. Whether it's a sappy Lifetime movie or an old classic romance, we enjoy watching them even though they make us weep like little babies. Some won't admit to tearing up, while others put the blame on "allergies" or use other excuses.

It's pretty hard to keep this list short, or maybe it's just because here at Starpulse we get a little sappy when it comes to this type of film. We somehow managed. Get out the box of Kleenex because you may need them.

My Girl (1991)


Roberto Benigni In Talks For Broadway Role

March 22nd, 2007 12:00am EDT
Roberto Benigni
Oscar winner Roberto Benigni is in talks to bring his comedy version of Dante's Inferno to Broadway.

The Italian actor and director's one-man show, Tuttodante, has enjoyed critical success with the comic rendition of the medieval poem in Europe.

He says, "We have had a lot of requests to bring it abroad, even on Broadway in America... We are thinking about it."

-Roberto Benigno's Bio

(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)

Roberto Benigni Opposes War in Iraq, Sets New Film in the Country

February 20th, 2006 10:51am EST
Roberto Benigni
Roberto Benigni set new movie "The Tiger In The Snow" in Iraq because he feels compeled to delve under the surface of the war-torn country. The Italian actor/director/writer is so opposed to America's invasion of Iraq he even has nightmares about it and is adamant foreign forces should withdraw as quickly as possible.

He says, " We live with this horror and are surrounded by this horror. It's impossible not to feel the Iraqi war now. The Iraqi war was in my dreams, my nightmares for months and years now, this really incomprehensible war. Now there is indifference in the face of horro...

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