The blockbuster “American Sniper” has opened up another front in the culture war, triggering a media firefight between liberals who have denounced the film as glorifying killing or whitewashing the Iraq war and conservatives who have embraced its patriotic hero.
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Kevin Spacey skipped the Screen Actors Guild awards, which handed him a win for his wildly popular role on “House of Cards”, to watch 34 young actors from across the Arab world perform a play as part of his foundation’s Home Grown initiative supporting local talent.
Actor Gary Sinise — who’s known just as much for his heartfelt activism for the military — struck back hard at Democratic political operative Howard Dean for his public diss of “American Sniper” and the caliber of the movie’s audience.
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Melissa Rivers filed a malpractice lawsuit Monday against doctors and the clinic where her mother, Joan Rivers, had a routine medical procedure, stopped breathing and later died.
Remarkably, his last tournament win came April, but world champion Magnus Carlsen was back in a familiar place — first — at the just-concluded Tata Steel Masters tournament in Wijk aan Zee, Netherlands, the first elite super GM gathering of the year.
“American Sniper” continued to stay in moviegoers’ sights.
Dennis Rodman, who has famously referred to North Korea’s Kim Jong-un as his lifelong friend, expressed incredulity at the idea of the regime hacking Sony Pictures.