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Terry Bradshaw, hero of four Super Bowls, used his aw-shucks persona to transform himself into a ratings-leading broadcaster and performer. But there’s much more to the former …
David Harbour’s role in “Stranger Things” boosted an actor with an already distinguished career playing supporting parts into the realm of the leading man. Now, he plays for 64 …
Michael Jordan is the king of the basketball court, a six-time NBA champion who has been called the world’s most popular athlete. His full interview is coming soon.
Michael Jordan's documentary “The Last Dance,” which follows Jordan and his Chicago Bulls during their 1997-98 championship season, debuts tonight on ESPN.
The violin vurtuoso Charlie Siem has mastered the classics, but isn't above cutting loose with Lady Gaga. And he always carries cigars in his fiddle case.
Charles Barkley put a much larger stamp on the game of basketball than his height would suggest. His outsized presence continued after he left the court for the broadcast booth.
Several characters enjoy fine tobacco throughout The Irishman, which has been nominated for 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director.
Facial enhancement technology shaves years off of stars Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci in Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, the story of a notorious hit man.
The relentless Terminator robot returns for the franchise’s sixth installment, and Arnold Schwarzenegger explains his deadly character’s unlikely charm.