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Taking a real-life role, Costner becomes an experience-less coach who sees the running potential of several high school boys.
Disney has pushed back the sports drama starring Kevin Costner by three months to avoid heavy competition.
The 'Draft Day' actor is expected to play a criminal who is forced to work for the government after a dead agent's skills and memories are planted in his brain.
The three-day festival in celebration of the classic baseball movie was also attended by Colin Egglesfields and Timothy Busfield.
The 'Draft Day' actor wants to release 'one on Memorial Day, one on Thanksgiving, and then one on the Fourth of July, all within a 12 month span.'
Sonny Weaver spends the day of the National Football League draft frantically trying to get the number one pick for his struggling team.
The Jonathan Kent of 'Man of Steel' is in talks with Universal Pictures to headline the thriller produced and written by del Toro.
'Whale Rider' and 'North Country' helmer Niki Caro is on board to serve behind the lens for the sport drama.
Costner nabs the best actor in TV movie or miniseries kudo for his performance in 'Hatfields and McCoys', while Danes adds another win for 'Homeland' with her best drama series gong.
The Jonathan Kent of 'Man of Steel' is slapped with lawsuit after refusing to trim the trees he planted around his house in an upscale beach community in Carpinteria.
Costner praises the jurors for 'doing their best to understand everything,' while Baldwin's lawyer comments the panel might have been swayed by the defendant's celebrity status.
Costner and Baldwin are fighting against each other in a real-life legal dispute over a multi-million dollar deal with British Petroleum.
The rapper whose real name is Kirk Randle gains major attention through his mixtape single 'Drank in My Cup' and draws comparison to Drake.
The estranged wife of Kris Humphries informs her Twitter followers that she's upset because some of the missing items are sentimental and irreplaceable.
Explaining what drew him in joining the long-gestating three-part miniseries, the 'Company Men' actor opens up, 'I was thrilled with the history of our country.'