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Steve Buscemi Opens Up About Post-9/11 PTSD

After attacks, he volunteered with his former fire company at Ground Zero

(Newser) - The 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks is bringing back traumatic memories for countless Americans—including Steve Buscemi, who was a New York City firefighter before he was an actor. He served with the Engine 55 company in Manhattan from 1980 to 1984, and returned to volunteer with the company...

Steve Buscemi Opens Up a Year After Wife's Death
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Steve Buscemi Has 'Seen It All'

Gabriella Paiella profiles the iconic actor a year after the death of his wife

(Newser) - Most of us know Steve Buscemi from the likes of Fargo, The Sopranos, and Boardwalk Empire. But do we really know him? The iconic actor has pretty much "seen it all," writes Gabriella Paiella in a revealing profile for GQ . That includes Buscemi (who pronounces his last name...

Artist Jo Andres, Wife of Steve Buscemi, Dead at 65

She was an acclaimed filmmaker, choreographer, and performance artist

(Newser) - It was one of those rare, long-lasting Hollywood marriages: Artist Jo Andres, who was married to actor Steve Buscemi for more than 30 years, has died at age 65, reports People . The cause of death has not been revealed. The couple was photographed together at a movie event as recently...

10 Celebs' Pre-Fame Career Plans

Danny DeVito ... hairdresser?

(Newser) - Not all celebrities wanted to be celebrities when they grew up. The Huffington Post rounds up the career plans 19 actors had before they got discovered. A sampling:
  • Jennifer Lawrence: Wanted to be a doctor.
  • Steve Buscemi: Actually was a firefighter in New York City.
  • Queen Latifah: Studied to be
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Little Magic in Burt Wonderstone
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Little Magic in Burt Wonderstone

Jim Carrey dazzles, Steve Carell perseveres, but script disappoints

(Newser) - Critics aren't exactly amazed or mesmerized by Steve Carell's new Vegas magician spoof The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, with most relegating the movie to two-star territory. Here's a taste of the reaction:
  • "If there were an Oscar for best bad hair, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone would be
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12 Co-Stars Who Also Co-Starred in Each Others' Weddings

In the end, 'Jack' walked 'Rose' down the aisle

(Newser) - Admit it: You let out a big "awww" when you heard that Leonardo DiCaprio (aka Jack from Titanic) walked Kate Winslet (aka Rose from aforementioned Titanic) down the aisle at her third wedding . The Huffington Post rounds up 11 more celebrity co-stars who participated in each others' weddings:
  • Victor
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The 10 Weirdest Leading Men
 The 10 Weirdest Leading Men 

The 10 Weirdest Leading Men

Despite less-than-conventional looks, these actors thrive

(Newser) - Not all leading men look like Tom Cruise, as evidenced by these 10 unconventional guys rounded up by Time :
  • Adam Sandler: It’s one thing to headline a comedy like Happy Gilmore, but Sandler has taken his career one step further, proving he can also handle romantic comedies like 50
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Big Lebowski for Rent on Facebook

You can 'like' specific scenes and lines

(Newser) - It's now the easiest it's ever been to share your favorite The Big Lebowski quote with strangers. The Coen brothers' cult classic is available to rent on Facebook , where you can "like" and comment on specific scenes and lines as you progress through the movie, reports Mashable...

King's Speech Takes Top Prize at SAG Awards

Colin Firth, Natalie Portman take top acting honors

(Newser) - The King's Speech took top prize at the Screen Actors Guild awards, giving the Oscars front-runner added momentum after it took top honors at the Directors Guild awards Saturday night. The British royals drama won the trophy for outstanding cast, the SAG equivalent of Best Picture, reports the Los Angeles ...

Critics Drooling Over HBO's Boardwalk Empire

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Critics Drooling Over HBO's Boardwalk Empire

Thanks, in part, to Martin Scorsese, Steve Buscemi

(Newser) - HBO had critics eating out of its hand at the Summer TV Press Tour, thanks to its biggest, ritziest drama in years. It’s called Boardwalk Empire, and it’s produced and occasionally directed by Martin Scorcese (oooh), written by Sopranos veteran Terence Winter (aaaah), and stars Steve Buscemi (hooray!...

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