Kurt Russell


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  • Birth Name: Kurt Vogel Russell
  • Birth Place: Springfield, MA
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 03/17/1951, Pisces
  • Profession: Actor
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Kurt Russell Joins the Cast of Fast & Furious 7

Kurt Russell is getting Fast & Furious.

The 62-year-old actor, well-known for his roles in Big Trouble in Little China and Backdraft, will appear in the seventh installment of the Fast & Furious car racing franchise.

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Kate Hudson and Matt Bellamy Name Their Newborn Son

Five days after welcoming their first child together, Kate Hudson and fiancé Matt Bellamy have named their newborn son.

"So happy! Just had a baby boy, Bingham "Bing" Hawn Bellamy. Born 7 Ib., 12 oz.," Bellamy tweeted Thursday. "Mum and baby are strong and healthy. Mum was a warrior, Bing popped out after 4.5 hours of intense...read more

Keck's Exclusives: Law & Order: Los Angeles Goes Hollywood For First Case

Now that NBC has assembled the cast of Law & Order: Los Angeles, you might be curious about the team's first case. Series creator Dick Wolf promised he wouldn't shy away from stories based on real Tinseltown scandals, and is following up on that by titling his first episode "Hollywood...read more


Kurt Russell, Part 1
Poseidon Scene: I Found A Hatch
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Year Title Description
2007 Grindhouse Movie, Actor - Stuntman Mike
2006 Moving Image Salutes Ron Howard TV Show Series, Remarks by
2006 Poseidon Movie, Actor - Robert Ramsey
2005 Jiminy Glick In Lalawood Movie, Actor - Himself
2005 Sky High Movie, Actor - Steve/The Commander

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Baby Kurt Russell as Jungle Boy on Gilligan’s Island

Today’s Video Break: Gilligan’s IslandEpisode Title: “Gilligan Meets the Jungle Boy”Season: 1Year: 1965Why we love this episode: In light of Mary Ann (now 69) being caught with some ganja and locked up, we had to share our favorite Gilligan’s episode. But in our search for the perfect episode, we stumbled upon a bite-size Kurt Russell guest-starring as a jungle boy Gilligan meets on the island. Daww…he looks so cute in his little leopard skirt. Watch the video now!Your take: What do you think of little Kurt's performance? Thoughts on Mary Ann being a pothead at 69? Any other favorite episodes? read more

At the Movies: Julia as a Killed Conservationist

Julia Roberts will portray Joan Root, an African wildlife conservationist who was murdered in her Kenyan home this past January, in a big-screen biopic.... Audrey Tautou will channel Coco Chanel in a film from French director Anne Fontaine.... Per Variety, Goldie Hawn will star in Ashes to Ashes, a comedy about a woman traveling to Kathmandu to scatter her husband's ashes but she, um, loses them. Kurt Russell will costar (not as the ashes, I hope).... Per the Reporter, producer Emmanuel Benbihy has rounded up several up-and-coming filmmakers — Zach Braff and Mira Nair included — for New York, I Love You, a cinematic Valentine à la Paris, Je T'aime. read more

A friend of mine says there ...

Question: A friend of mine says there are two remakes of The Poseidon Adventure (1972) in the works, one for theaters and one for TV. How can that be? It's not like Titanic, where the source is a historical event anybody could draw on. If my friend is right, what gives?

Answer: Your friend is right: A four-hour miniseries version of The Poseidon Adventure is scheduled to air on NBC in November 2005, and Warner Bros. has a theatrical remake called Poseidon due out in 2006. Because neither project is finished, I don't have access to contractual credits, but my guess as to how it happened is that the theatrical version is a remake of the first film and the TV version is an adaptation of the original novel by Paul Gallico. The why is another matter; I can't even begin to say. In any event, the $150 million thea read more

Sheppard, McKay, Teyla and Ronon...

Sheppard, McKay, Teyla and Ronon crash-landed ("Shot down by the cast of Braveheart," griped Rodney) in an Alcatrazlike prison located on an island that is a de facto feeding ground for the Wraith. In fact, the whole reason the Wraith left the remainder of Elysia (I'm guessing at the spelling) alone is because the porky, amoral magistrate cut a deal with a hammy Wraith rep who sips blood-colored wine with the phony decadence of somebody who has gorged himself on Anne Rice's oeuvre. Add Donald Pleasance's severed finger, and the plot would have been a complete recycle of Escape from New York (which, incidentally, starred Kurt Russell, the Jack O'Neill of the original silver-screen Stargate, a film that also featured James Spader, who was in Crash with Holly Hunter, whom I saw present a 1996 Golden Globe alongside… wait for it… Kevin Bacon). Not that I'd put severing body parts past Torrell and his thugs. They did read more


4 Film Favorites: Kurt Russell (Executive Decision, Unlawful Entry, Soldier, Tequila Sunrise)
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