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Michael Douglas

Michael Douglas is an actor and producer. Douglas' producer credits include One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Romancing the Stone and The Jewel of the Nile. As an actor, Douglas has appeared in The China Syndrome, Wall Street, Basic Instinct, and You, Me and Dupree. Douglas is married to Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Michael Douglas is an actor and producer. Douglas' producer credits include One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Romancing the Stone and The Jewel of the Nile. As an actor, Douglas has appeared in The China Syndrome, Wall Street, Basic Instinct, and You, Me and Dupree. Douglas is married to Catherine Zeta-Jones. « Show less

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  • 'Sins of My Father': The secret life of the son of the world's most notorious drug lord

     
    Few things are more prickly and complicated than the relationship between sons and fathers. Just ask Michael Douglas, who spent many troubled years trying to carve out any kind of satisfying kinship with Kirk Douglas, his emotionally distant father. Many....
  • Gold Derby nuggets: 'Avatar' actors snub explained | Harvey Weinstein campaign tactics | Tina Fey encoring Sarah Palin?

     
    • Rachel Abramowtiz writes that, "the 'Avatar' actors have not nabbed a single major critic's award, or guild prize. The snubs reflect the apparent ambivalence of the film community -- especially actors -- to 'Avatar' and its revolutionary use of...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: 'The Hurt Locker' expands screens | 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' in primetime |'Mad Men' gets Barbie makeover

     
    • The post-Oscars box office bounce for "The Hurt Locker" will be limited by its availability on DVD. However, as Melena Ryzik reports, "The film, which has actually never left theaters since it opened in a very few in June 2009, will open in an...
  • Movie Review: Solitary Man

     
    Solitary Man gives Michael Douglas a script and assorted younger women he can really sink his teeth into. And he attacks this part – as a disgraced car dealer and pathological womanizer, with a Gordon Gekko glee. Writer and co-director Brian Koppelman,....
  • Terrible reviews won’t kill “Grown Ups”

     
    Reviews never hurt or helped an Adam Sandler movie. Every time he's teamed with Dennis Dugan (director), he's earned bad reviews. But if Grown Ups flops, and it just might, seeing as how '70s nostalgia is passe, and Adam Sandler's brand of lowbrow is...
  • This week: Regis Philbin departs; Gabrielle Giffords talks; ‘Modern Family’ returns

     
    Rep. Giffords and her husband, astronaut Mark Kelly, talk to ABC's Sawyer in a special at 10 p.m. Monday. The couple discuss her recovery from a gunshot to the brain. "Gabby is too tough to let this beat her," Kelly tells Sawyer. Giffords' mother,...
  • Gina Carano's 'Haywire' stuck with R rating

     
    Gina Carano's Haywire has bene given an R rating by the MPAA....
  • '30 Rock': Liz Lemon refuses to settle

     
    This week, the universe was telling Liz Lemon to settle, but she wasn't having it. Apparently, she hasn't read "Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough," the latest romantic self-help book to enrage single, thirtysomething women, or......
  • South Park torches Tiger’s cheatin’ hearts club

     
     And so Tiger Woods wasn't the only cheatin' heart who got torched during the opening-season episode of South Park. Join the club, Bill Clinton, Charlie Sheen, David Letterman and Michael Douglas. The gang opened its 14th season to deal one a huge...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: 'Come Fly Away' to Broadway | 3-D or not 3-D | Katherine Heigl on Emmy uproar

     
    • Twyla Tharp -- who picked up a Tony in 2003 for choreographing "Movin' Out," set to the songs of Billy Joel -- is back with another dancefest. "Come Fly Away" tells the story of four couples to the tunes of Frank Sinatra. The musical opened Thursday...
  • FFF Movie Review: Solitary Man

     
    Solitary Man (3 stars out of 4 ) gives Michael Douglas a script and assorted younger women he can really sink his teeth into. And he attacks this part – as a disgraced car dealer and pathological womanizer, with a Gordon Gekko glee. Writer and co-...