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Topic - Richard Dreyfuss
From the random salute to James Bond to the non-sequiturial "Chicago" revival to Seth MacFarlane's predictably fratty but unpredictably tedious stint as a host — dear Rob Lowe and Snow White: All is forgiven — this year's Oscars were even more tumefied and wearisome than usual.
It's a sink-or-swim moment for the filmmakers behind the sequel to "Piranha 3D."
It's a sink or swim moment for the filmmakers behind the sequel to "Piranha 3D."
A movie director has been charged with inflating expenses in his application for Massachusetts film tax credits, resulting in about $4.7 million in overpayments.
"So maybe Judd Apatow was the only person actually offended by Ricky Gervais' hosting at the Golden Globes?" writes Willa Paskin at the New York magazine blog Vulture.
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The Kennedy family joined members of JFK's administration, civil rights activists, astronaut Buzz Aldrin and members of the first class of the Peace Corps — which JFK established — to mark the 35th president's legacy at the Capitol on Thursday.
Johnny Knoxville and company are set to make a complete jackass out of the box office this weekend as Paramount's "Jackass 3D" looks to add another No. 1 debut to the franchise's perfect track record.
Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss has received the 2010 Empire State Archives and History Award for his efforts to improve civics education in America's schools.
"In a way, JFK was the high point of the American dream," he said. "In order to go to the moon and back, all we did was say we could — and we did."
"John Kennedy really did extend the reach of the American people and said, like Lincoln said in a way, that our reach is farther than our grasp — and we should aim high," Mr. Dreyfuss said, adding that no president since has challenged the public in the same way.