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  • 'Goodfellas' actor sues Fox over 'Simpsons' character

    'Goodfellas' actor sues Fox over 'Simpsons' character
    Frank Sivero, a character actor who played Frankie Carbone in "Goodfellas," filed a $250 million lawsuit against Fox on Tuesday, claiming that his likeness was ripped off for use as the wiseguy Louie character on "The Simpsons."
  • 'GoodFellas' actor sues Fox, saying he created a 'Simpsons' character

    'GoodFellas' actor sues Fox, saying he created a 'Simpsons' character
    "The Simpsons" has had a hit put on its head in the form of a huge lawsuit.  "GoodFellas" actor Frank Sivero sued Fox Studios on Tuesday for $250 million, claiming he was not compensated for "The Simpsons" using his likeness for mobster character Louie,...

    'Goodfellas' Actor Files Right of Publicity Suit Against Fox Over 'Simpsons' Character

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Frank Sivero, a character actor who played Frankie Carbone in "Goodfellas," filed a $250 million lawsuit against Fox on Tuesday, claiming that his likeness was ripped off for use as the wiseguy Louie character on "The Simpsons....

    For Jeremy Renner, 'Kill the Messenger' is a story that had to be told

    By Patricia Reaney NEW YORK, Oct. 7 (Reuters) - Whether it's a serial killer, a bomb disposal expert or an investigative journalist in the political thriller movie "Kill the Messenger," actor Jeremy Renner likes playing dark characters and ordinary men...

    TV Review: ESPN's 'Playing For the Mob'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - It's hard to think of a more colorful sports documentary topic than "Playing for the Mob," the latest gem presented under ESPN's "30 for 30" banner, which feels like a movie -- largely because it's already been one. Narrated by...