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Canberra Times
Oscars 2016: Winners to submit thank-you lists in advance to stop gushing speechesOscar acceptance speeches as you know them are about to radically change. Long
Oscars 2016: Winners to submit thank-you lists in advance to stop gushing speeches
Canberra Times / Posted an hour ago
Oscar acceptance speeches as you know them are about to radically change. Long-winded speeches from winners, which almost always include breathless thanks to colleagues and family, will now have to be approved by Academy Award producers. Anne... Read more
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WA Today
Oscars 2016: Winners to submit thank-you lists in advance to stop gushing speechesOscar acceptance speeches as you know them are about to radically change. Long
Oscars 2016: Winners to submit thank-you lists in advance to stop gushing speeches
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
Oscar acceptance speeches as you know them are about to radically change. Long-winded speeches from winners, which almost always include breathless thanks to colleagues and family, will now have to be approved by Academy Award producers. Anne... Read more
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The Age
Oscars 2016: Winners to submit thank-you lists in advance to stop gushing speechesOscar acceptance speeches as you know them are about to radically change. Long
Oscars 2016: Winners to submit thank-you lists in advance to stop gushing speeches
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
Oscar acceptance speeches as you know them are about to radically change. Long-winded speeches from winners, which almost always include breathless thanks to colleagues and family, will now have to be approved by Academy Award producers. Anne... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Oscars 2016: Winners to submit thank-you lists in advance to stop gushing speechesOscar acceptance speeches as you know them are about to radically change. Long
Oscars 2016: Winners to submit thank-you lists in advance to stop gushing speeches
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
Oscar acceptance speeches as you know them are about to radically change. Long-winded speeches from winners, which almost always include breathless thanks to colleagues and family, will now have to be approved by Academy Award producers. Anne... Read more
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CBS News
Gwyneth Paltrow: Accused stalker's letters a "threat"LOS ANGELES --Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow faced her alleged stalker D
Gwyneth Paltrow: Accused stalker's letters a "threat"
CBS News / Posted 7 hours ago
LOS ANGELES --Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow faced her alleged stalker Dante Michael Soiu inside a Los Angeles courtroom yesterday during testimony that lasted nearly three hours as Soiu's trial for allegedly stalking Paltrow began. Soiu, 66,... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Oscars producers ask for thank you list in advance to end gushing speechesThe tickertape may or may not include the word “God”, but it will certainly inc
Oscars producers ask for thank you list in advance to end gushing speeches
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 12 hours ago
The tickertape may or may not include the word “God”, but it will certainly include the words “Meryl Streep”, as it was revealed that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the body who organise the Oscars, are taking steps to limit the... Read more
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E! Online
The Best Pizza Moments in Pop CultureWe may celebrate 'za year-round, but today is National Pizza Day. Let us all t
The Best Pizza Moments in Pop Culture
E! Online / Posted 17 hours ago
We may celebrate 'za year-round, but today is National Pizza Day. Let us all take a moment to recognize one of our favorite cheesy indulgences. Pizza is there for you after a late night; it's a leftover breakfast food. It's the ideal birthday party... Read more
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Queensland Times
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressedTHE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the commo
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressed
Queensland Times / Posted 22 hours ago
THE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the common conception that homosexuals are stylish and witty, an academic has suggested. Ashley Brooks, a psychology researcher at Anglia Ruskin University who is conducting a... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressedTHE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the commo
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressed
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 22 hours ago
THE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the common conception that homosexuals are stylish and witty, an academic has suggested. Ashley Brooks, a psychology researcher at Anglia Ruskin University who is conducting a... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressedTHE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the commo
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressed
Daily Examiner / Posted 22 hours ago
THE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the common conception that homosexuals are stylish and witty, an academic has suggested. Ashley Brooks, a psychology researcher at Anglia Ruskin University who is conducting a... Read more
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Northern Star
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressedTHE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the commo
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressed
Northern Star / Posted 23 hours ago
THE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the common conception that homosexuals are stylish and witty, an academic has suggested. Ashley Brooks, a psychology researcher at Anglia Ruskin University who is conducting a... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressedTHE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the commo
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressed
The Daily Mercury / Posted 23 hours ago
THE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the common conception that homosexuals are stylish and witty, an academic has suggested. Ashley Brooks, a psychology researcher at Anglia Ruskin University who is conducting a... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressedTHE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the commo
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressed
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
THE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the common conception that homosexuals are stylish and witty, an academic has suggested. Ashley Brooks, a psychology researcher at Anglia Ruskin University who is conducting a... Read more
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News Mail
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressedTHE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the commo
Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressed
News Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
THE right of gay men to be dull and humourless is being undermined by the common conception that homosexuals are stylish and witty, an academic has suggested. Ashley Brooks, a psychology researcher at Anglia Ruskin University who is conducting a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why the portrayal of gay men on screen is unrealistically positive: Study finds overly glamorous and witty characters leave real men's confidence
Why the portrayal of gay men on screen is unrealistically positive
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
: Study finds overly glamorous and witty characters leave real men's confidence shot Research suggests screen stereotypes may amount to 'positive prejudice' Cited movies and TV shows... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Year of the Monkey: Business as usual?Chinese New Year: Monkeys under the spotlight | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywo
Year of the Monkey: Business as usual?
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Chinese New Year: Monkeys under the spotlight | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Only one in 12 people are Monkeys in Chinese zodiac ... but he’s everyone’s... Read more
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Breitbart
Box Office Poison: Another Massive Flop for ‘Movie Star’ George ClooneyThe Coen brother’s “Hail, Caesar!” didn’t just flop with a paltry $11.4 million
Box Office Poison: Another Massive Flop for ‘Movie Star’ George Clooney
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
The Coen brother’s “Hail, Caesar!” didn’t just flop with a paltry $11.4 million opening weekend, according to Box Office Mojo, in the their three-decade career, the well-reviewed Hollywood comedy starring George Clooney represents the worst opening... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Forget sequels: 16 original films we're excited for in 2016Yes, Hollywood is obsessed with sequels, spinoffs and remakes, especially in th
Forget sequels: 16 original films we're excited for in 2016
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
Yes, Hollywood is obsessed with sequels, spinoffs and remakes, especially in the superhero movie category. No, that is not the only thing you will be able to see this year. So, in honour of originality — sometimes with help from original novelists... Read more
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Daily Mail
Pictured together, Emma Watson and her tech guru lover, 35Is this where it all began? How Emma Watson took her new lover, 35, for a secre
Pictured together, Emma Watson and her tech guru lover, 35
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Is this where it all began? How Emma Watson took her new lover, 35, for a secret date at Broadway's hottest show - months before new romance went public Actress, 25, and her new boyfriend, William 'Mack' Knight, 35, were spotted at performance of... Read more
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International Business Times
Valentine's Day: Unconventional romance movies to watch including Revolutionary Road, Closer and Drive Ever feel like watching a romantic movie around Valentine's Day but struggle to
Valentine's Day: Unconventional romance movies to watch including Revolutionary Road, Closer and Drive
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
Ever feel like watching a romantic movie around Valentine's Day but struggle to find one that will hit the spot, because you're just not the type of person that would enjoy slush such as Love, Actually, 10 Things I Hate About You or Notting Hill?... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Sleeping with the Enemy brought Julia Roberts -- and one heck of a house -- to Wrightsville BeachIn 2012, in an unscientific poll, StarNews readers voted "Sleeping With the Ene
Sleeping with the Enemy brought Julia Roberts -- and one heck of a house -- to Wrightsville Beach
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted yesterday
In 2012, in an unscientific poll, StarNews readers voted "Sleeping With the Enemy" their favorite made-in-Wilmington feature film. Released 25 years ago -- on Feb. 8, 1991, to be precise -- the romantic thriller starring Julia Roberts and Patrick... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Sleeping with the Enemy brought Julia Roberts -- and one heck of a house -- to Wrightsville BeachThe beach house used for "Sleeping with the Enemy" was built north of Shell Isl
Sleeping with the Enemy brought Julia Roberts -- and one heck of a house -- to Wrightsville Beach
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted yesterday
The beach house used for "Sleeping with the Enemy" was built north of Shell Island in 1990. It was demolished after filming and the beach restored.StarNewsOnline.comFebruary 8, 2016 9:56 AM

In 2012, in an unscientific poll, StarNews readers Read more

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The Wilmington Star-News
Sleeping with the Enemy brought Julia Roberts -- and one heck of a house -- to Wrightsville BeachThe beach house used for "Sleeping with the Enemy" was built north of Shell Isl
Sleeping with the Enemy brought Julia Roberts -- and one heck of a house -- to Wrightsville Beach
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted yesterday
The beach house used for "Sleeping with the Enemy" was built north of Shell Island in 1990. It was demolished after filming and the beach restored.StarNewsOnline.comFebruary 8, 2016 9:56 AM

In 2012, in an unscientific poll, StarNews readers Read more

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The Palm Beach Post
TO DO LIST: Dark Star Orchestra in Pompano, Fresh Fest in West...1. GET FIT, BE HAPPY Third Annual Fresh Fest, Meyer Amphitheater The event w
TO DO LIST: Dark Star Orchestra in Pompano, Fresh Fest in West...
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 2 days ago
1. GET FIT, BE HAPPY Third Annual Fresh Fest, Meyer Amphitheater The event will feature fitness classes from yoga to cycling as well as healthy food demonstrations, workshops, music, art and over 60 vendors. The free event runs from 11 a.m. to 6... Read more
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The Seattle Times
And the Oscar for most stunning actress goes to ...We are here not to discuss the complex #OscarsSoWhite controversy but to addres
And the Oscar for most stunning actress goes to ...
The Seattle Times / Posted 3 days ago
We are here not to discuss the complex #OscarsSoWhite controversy but to address another sore point with perhaps similar origins: the #OscarsSoGorgeous phenomenon. At the risk of running afoul of some ardent fan clubs, let us note that the Academy... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Our charming second-rung cityLET’S face it: those of us who come from Brisbane, we don’t live in a very sexy
Our charming second-rung city
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
LET’S face it: those of us who come from Brisbane, we don’t live in a very sexy city. While Melbourne might be a worldy and thoughtful brunette, and Sydney a stunning blonde with good ass(ets), a great real estate portfolio and family connections,... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Year of the Monkey: Business as usual?Only one in 12 people are Monkeys in Chinese zodiac ... but he’s everyone’s anc
Year of the Monkey: Business as usual?
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
Only one in 12 people are Monkeys in Chinese zodiac ... but he’s everyone’s ancestor. 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016 Resourceful and good at spotting opportunities, Monkeys like to keep active and are interested in much. They have... Read more
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Perth Now
Year of the Monkey: Business as usual?Only one in 12 people are Monkeys in Chinese zodiac ... but he’s everyone’s anc
Year of the Monkey: Business as usual?
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
Only one in 12 people are Monkeys in Chinese zodiac ... but he’s everyone’s ancestor. 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016 Resourceful and good at spotting opportunities, Monkeys like to keep active and are interested in much. They have... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Erin Brockovich, Stockton ‘freak out’ over water treatmentErin Brockovich is fuming about the chemicals in Stockton’s drinking water, and
Erin Brockovich, Stockton ‘freak out’ over water treatment
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 4 days ago
Erin Brockovich is fuming about the chemicals in Stockton’s drinking water, and fearful residents are protesting at City Hall. The mayor is less than reassuring – he doesn’t trust the tap water in any city. The media is captivated, and three weeks... Read more
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Daily Mail
Hugh Grant and Anna Eberstein 'spotted househunting in London'Is Hugh house-hunting? Grant spotted 'viewing properties with girlfriend Anna E
Hugh Grant and Anna Eberstein 'spotted househunting in London'
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Is Hugh house-hunting? Grant spotted 'viewing properties with girlfriend Anna Eberstein' weeks after they welcome second child... and they're in Notting Hill, of course Actor, 55, welcomed his fourth child with Swede Anna, 37, in December Pair... Read more
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Wired News
The water in Stockton has chloramines added. Will that make it the next Flint?Sometimes it seems like California—the concept of California, rather than just
The water in Stockton has chloramines added. Will that make it the next Flint?
Wired News / Posted 4 days ago
Sometimes it seems like California—the concept of California, rather than just the location—has a sense of entitlement when it comes to water. It’s not just rights or ownership of the stuff, but also the drama that follows water wherever it flows.... Read more
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Londonist
London-y Films To Watch In FebruaryFebruary is the highlight of the movie year, being awards season central. The B
London-y Films To Watch In February
Londonist / Posted 4 days ago
February is the highlight of the movie year, being awards season central. The BAFTAs hit the Royal Opera House on 14 February, aka Valentine’s Day, which will reveal a lot about the career vs relationship priorities of the nominees, unless they’re... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Who is America's favorite movie star?Tom Hanks, the star “Forrest Gump” and the recent “Bridge of Spies,” is the cou
Who is America's favorite movie star?
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 5 days ago
Tom Hanks, the star “Forrest Gump” and the recent “Bridge of Spies,” is the country’s favorite movie star, according to a new poll. The Harris Poll surveyed 2,252 adults across the U.S. and Hanks came out on time. The rest of the top ten included... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Face Time with Amy MooreWhere did you grow up? Moline Who would play you in themovie of your life? Jul
Face Time with Amy Moore
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
Where did you grow up? Moline Who would play you in themovie of your life? Julia Roberts As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? A teacher. I became an urban and regional planner. A book you’d recommend? “The Nightingale” by Kristin... Read more
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Batavia Republican
Face Time with Amy MooreWhere did you grow up? Moline Who would play you in themovie of your life? Jul
Face Time with Amy Moore
Batavia Republican / Posted 5 days ago
Where did you grow up? Moline Who would play you in themovie of your life? Julia Roberts As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? A teacher. I became an urban and regional planner. A book you’d recommend? “The Nightingale” by Kristin... Read more
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indieWIRE
'The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story' Episode 1 'From the Ashes of Tragedy' Kicks OffReview: The spring's most intriguing new drama tosses a lot of balls in the a
'The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story' Episode 1 'From the Ashes of Tragedy' Kicks Off
indieWIRE / Posted 6 days ago
Review: The spring's most intriguing new drama tosses a lot of balls in the air, but shows it knows how to juggle them. Ray Mickshaw/FXCuba Gooding... Read more
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WA Today
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganInstead of Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze it could have been Nicole Kidman and P
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
Instead of Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze it could have been Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan starring in the movie Ghost. Photo: Digital Mischief by SMH Graphics It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganAn Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood m
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
An Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood movie. It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin remembers the list of stars considered for Ghost... Read more
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The Young Witness
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganAn Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood m
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
An Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood movie. It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin remembers the list of stars considered for Ghost... Read more
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Western Advocate
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganAn Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood m
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
An Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood movie. It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin remembers the list of stars considered for Ghost... Read more
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Canberra Times
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganInstead of Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze it could have been Nicole Kidman and P
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
Instead of Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze it could have been Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan starring in the movie Ghost. Photo: Digital Mischief by SMH Graphics It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganAn Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood m
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 days ago
An Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood movie. It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin remembers the list of stars considered for Ghost... Read more
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Manning River Times
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganAn Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood m
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
An Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood movie. It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin remembers the list of stars considered for Ghost... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganAn Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood m
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 7 days ago
An Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood movie. It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin remembers the list of stars considered for Ghost... Read more
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The North West Star
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganAn Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood m
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
An Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood movie. It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin remembers the list of stars considered for Ghost... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganAn Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood m
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
An Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood movie. It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin remembers the list of stars considered for Ghost... Read more
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The Border Mail
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganAn Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood m
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
An Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood movie. It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin remembers the list of stars considered for Ghost... Read more
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The Age
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganInstead of Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze it could have been Nicole Kidman and P
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
Instead of Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze it could have been Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan starring in the movie Ghost. Photo: Digital Mischief by SMH Graphics It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganInstead of Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze it could have been Nicole Kidman and P
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Instead of Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze it could have been Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan starring in the movie Ghost. Photo: Digital Mischief by SMH Graphics It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul HoganAn Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood m
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin says Ghost could easily have starred Nicole Kidman and Paul Hogan
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
An Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about what almost was for a hit Hollywood movie. It could have been so different for a fondly remembered Hollywood hit. Oscar-winning screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin remembers the list of stars considered for Ghost... Read more
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