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    Actor Bruce MacVittie has died at the age of 65.  The Sopranos and Law & Order star passed away in hospital last weekend, his grieving family confirmed Thursday. MacVittie's wife Carol Ochs confirmed his death to the New York Times, stating that he died of an unknown cause at a hospital in New York City on May 7.  Fans will remember the character actor from starring in films such as Million Dollar Baby and playing Danny Scalercio on The Sopranos. The Sopranos and Law & Order star Bruce MacVittie dead at 65: Actor's devastated wife confirms he passed away in hospital from unknown cause He also had roles in As The World Turns, Sex and the City, Miami Vice, The Stand, L.A. Law, Oz, and many others. However, it was also an accomplished theater actor who had worked with the likes of Al Pacino on Broadway and in the West End. Born in Providence, RI in 1956, the thespian began while acting in high school, later attending Boston University and studied with Jerzy Grotowski in 1976. RELATED ARTICLES Previous...
    Longtime bachelor Al Pacino may have finally met his romantic match in new girlfriend Noor Alfallah, who at the age of 28 is 53 years the actor's junior.  News of the couple's age-gap romance hit headlines this past weekend after they were spotted enjoying a dinner date together in Los Angeles on Saturday night - and now, new details about their relationship have emerged, with sources claiming that they have been seeing each other since the pandemic.  Speaking to Page Six, an unnamed insider added that the age difference between The Godfather actor and the Kuwaiti-American film producer 'doesn't seem to be a problem,' despite the fact that Al is 'older than [Noor's] father.' The insider added: 'She mostly dates very rich older men.' This is not the first time that Noor has enjoyed a relationship with an older Hollywood heavyweight; she dated Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger in 2017, when the rocker was 74 and she was just 22.  Following the end of their romance, Noor revealed her thoughts on their age difference - admitting that plenty of 'people made...
    Al Pacino is confirmed to be dating Noor Alfallah, who is 53 years his junior, and the romance is said to have begun during the pandemic. The 81-year-old Hollywood legend was recently seen cozying up to his 28-year-old girlfriend during a dinner party with Jason Momoa after visiting Julian Schnabel's latest Pace gallery in the Mid City area of LA.  'Pacino and Noor started seeing each other during the pandemic,' sources told PageSix.  'She mostly dates very rich older men, she was with Mick Jagger for a while, and then she dated Nicholas Berggruen.' Lovers in LA: Al Pacino was spotted out earlier this week with girlfriend, Noor Alfallah, who is 53 years his junior, and sources told Page Six that the couple has been dating since the pandemic The insider added: 'She has been with Al for some time and they get on very well. The age gap doesn't seem to be a problem, even though he is older than her father. Noor is vice president of Lynda Obst Productions at Sony, and is also reportedly developing two feature films...
    The 94th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood not only honored the best in film for 2021, but also paid tribute to The Godfather trilogy. In recognition of the 50th anniversary celebration, the film's legendary director and co-writer Francis Ford Coppola took the stage with leading man Al Pacino and The Godfather II star Robert Di Niro.  While Coppola would give thanks to the audience and the fans at home, he made a point of singling out only two people who helped make the three iconic films possible, one of which he claimed he had never thanked publicly.          Iconic: The 94th Academy Awards paid tribute to the 50th anniversary of The Godfather by having director and co-writer Francis Ford Coppola and stars Al Pacino and Robert De Niro give thanks for all of the accolades over the years Legendary: The Godfather premiered at Loew's State Theatre on Broadway in New York City on March 14, 1972 , and was widely released in the United States on March 24, 1972; stars James Caan, Marlon Brando, Al Pacino and John Cazale...
    Half a century after Frank Serpico bravely exposed pervasive corruption in the NYPD, he finally received his long overdue Medal of Honor certificate, which he had been denied for so long.  Serpico, 85, on Thursday took to Twitter to show off his newly delivered award, including a gilded frame containing his medal, an official certificate and an old black-and-white photo from 50 years ago depicting him as a fresh-faced uniformed police officer. The honors arrived less than two months after the newly elected New York City Mayor Eric Adams, a former NYPD captain, publicly promised to make sure that Serpico gets his certificate, writing that the whistleblower's bravery inspired his own law enforcement career.      Better late than never: NYPD whistleblower Frank Serpico on Thursday finally received his official Medal of Honor certificate 50 years late   New York City Mayor Eric Adams (left) in December 2021 promised to have the certificate sent to the legendary anti-corruption advocate (right) Serpico thanked Adams and several others for making it possible for him to receive this 'long overdue honor'  RELATED ARTICLES ...
    Gucci’s house Released on November 24, it still follows: Jared Leto, still under the spell of the film, dreams of pioneering each other with Al Pacino. It was a crazy dream, but who would not have the same desire? Jared Leto, under the spell of Al Pacino Since they met in Sett Gucci’s house, Is apparently boiling to create a second image. And not ideas he didn’t have: Dreamy, Jared Leto told Jess Cage His desire to create a preface to the duet with Italian mythology. De Al Pacino, a fan of Jared Leto Two actors Ridley met Scott on the set of the event film, Play in it Lady Gaga, Adam Driver And Jeremy Irons. Jared Lotto plays Pavlo Gucci (Mauricio Gucci’s cousin, murdered by his ex-wife).Pere, son of Al Pacino Incarne, Aldo Gucci. In this critically acclaimed film, Ridley Scott revisitedHe is the dark secrets of the Gucci family empire. There we see the unrecognizable Leto, but at the pinnacle of his talent. Created from head to toe, the actor’s physique and voice changed so that even...
    Tom Holland sent his fans into a tizzy this weekend by liking a particular Instagram post that referred to a scientific study that basically said that short men have more sex than tall men. Holland’s reported approval of the post, from the entertainment site LADbible, comes as he and Zendaya, his girlfriend and “Spider-Man: No Way Home” co-star, have been laughing off questions about whether their height difference affects their relationship. Holland, at 5 feet, 8 inches, called such a question a “stupid assumption,” while 5-foot-10-inch Zendaya said it’s normal for her to see tall women dating short men. “My mom is taller than my dad. My mom’s taller than everyone,” the Oakland native said during an event to promote “Spider-Man.” It’s certainly not unusual in Hollywood for shorter male stars to gravitate towards taller women, or for those men to exemplify an ideal of male virility and to defy the idea that height in men is necessarily associated with sexual desirability. Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman arrive at the 72nd Annual Academy Awards March 26, 2000 in Los Angeles,...
    Incoming New York City Mayor Eric Adams has pledged to ensure that whistleblower cop Frank Serpico gets the proper ceremony and medal the NYPD denied him 50 years ago. Adams, who will take office in January, promised the whistleblower cop via Twitter that he would get a Police Department Medal of Honor certificate. '@SerpicoDet’s bravery inspired my law enforcement career. Frank — we’re going to make sure you get your medal,' Adams wrote on Saturday.   Adams, a former cop himself, was responding to a prior Tweet from Serpico, 85, referencing a news article that he said failed to mention Serpico's 50-year wait for a properly inscribed medal and a Medal of Honor Certificate from the NYPD.  Serpico exposed the rampant corruption within the New York Police Department to the press and testified before the Knapp Commission in 1970. In 1971, he was shot below the eye during a drug raid in Williamsburg, and he maintained fellow officers soured with Serpico's commitment to exposing bribery within the department failed to make an 'officer down' call.  Serpico received a medal for his heroism...
    Biden administration may challenge Texas governors order targeting migrants Dozens of Afghan civilians killed by flooding in Taliban-enforced areas 4 Cards With Massive Sign Up Bonuses (Get $200 Fast) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © MGM The House of Gucci Posters Could Say I Have Terrible Taste in Fashion and I'd Say, "Thank You" The fact that House of Gucci doesn't premiere until Nov. 24 has done nothing but fuel our excitement for the film. While we were blown away by the initial set photos back in March, the recent character posters have shattered our already-high expectations. Inspired by a true story, House of Gucci sees the rise of the famous Gucci fashion empire and the murder of Maurizio, Guccio Gucci's grandson, on the order of Maurizio's ex-wife, Patrizia Reggiani. Starring Adam Driver as Maurizio, Lady Gaga as Patrizia, Jared Leto as Paolo Gucci, Al Pacino as Aldo Gucci, Jeremy Irons as Rodolfo Gucci, Camille Cottin as Paola Franchi, Jack Huston as Domenico...
    Michelle Pfeiffer celebrates her birthday on April 29 and we need new words to describe her acting proficiency. She has always been an actress beyond excellence and continues to be our favourite Catwoman to date. Three-time Academy nominee, Michelle has a lot to offer and flaunt when it comes to her filmography. While she was often praised for her good looks, she eventually proved she was a lot more than just that. On the eve of her big birthday, it’s time we take a trip down memory lane and name five of her best roles so far.  Michelle Pfeiffer Reveals Her First Look As Queen Ingrith From Maleficent 2 And It Is Too Pretty! So join us while we plan a marathon of her best movies… Scarface Haters may hate this but let’s not deny that Scarface is among Al Pacino’s best career roles. Michelle Pfeiffer shared the screen with him as his love interest and she looked rather sultry in her character. Their chemistry was raw and Michelle definitely became the talk of the town post its release....
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Jason Lee, 51; Gina Torres, 52; Hank Azaria, 57; Al Pacino, 81. Actress Gina Torres (Photo by Ian West – WPA Pool/Getty Images)  Happy Birthday: Rethink your strategy regarding work, status and reputation, and you’ll come up with a plan that will help you maneuver your way into a favorable position. It’s up to you to go after your dreams. The more you do to entice others to see things your way, the easier it will be to unlock the door to your happiness and overall success. Your numbers are 7, 13, 22, 29, 31, 39, 48. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Discipline will pay off. Set your sights on what you want to achieve, and you will reach your goal. Your enthusiasm and drive will attract someone who has something to offer in return. Collaborate, and a workable plan will unfold. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): A last-minute adjustment will put your mind at ease. Strive for perfection, and it will lead to new beginnings. You’ll gain insight into a situation if you study...
    Lady Gaga and Adam Driver on the set of "House of Gucci." Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images The Gucci family has said they are "truly disappointed" by Ridley Scott's upcoming biopic.  The movie centers on the 1995 murder of Maurizio Gucci. Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, and Al Pacino star in the film.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Viral photographs from the set of Ridley Scott's forthcoming A-list drama "House of Gucci" have been extremely popular with fans, but real-life members of the Gucci family have become increasingly unhappy about the film's direction, and they have now denounced the film slamming its casting and director. The film, which is currently in production, tells the story of the 1995 murder of Maurizio Gucci, played by Adam Driver, which was ordered by his ex-wife Patrizia Reggiani, played by Lady Gaga. Maurizio was the grandchild of Guccio Gucci who founded the fashion house and at one point he was the head of the Gucci fashion house. Speaking with the Associated Press, Patrizia Gucci, Maurizio's cousin, said the entire Gucci family was...
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    Veteran actor Jeremy Irons has boarded the cast of Ridley Scott’s film about the Gucci family fashion dynasty and the murder of the grandson of founder Guccio Gucci. Titled Gucci, the movie will feature pop star Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani, the ex-wife of Gucci’s grandson Maurizio Gucci. Reggiani was abandoned after 12 years of marriage by Maurizio Gucci in 1985 for a younger woman. She was tried and convicted of orchestrating her ex-husband’s assassination on the steps of his office in Italy in 1995. Westworld Actor Hiroyuki Sanada Joins Brad Pitt in Sony’s Bullet Train She got the nickname the Black Widow during the trial and served 18 years before being released from prison in 2016. Besides Gaga and Irons, actors Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Al Pacino, Jack Huston and Reeve Carney are also attached to the project. According to Variety, Irons will essay the role of Maurizio’s father, Rodolfo Gucci. Driver will portray Maurizio. Never Have I Ever Season 2: Megan Suri Joins Mindy Kaling’s Netflix Show The film, which hails from MGM, is based on Sara Gay Forden’s...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo welcomed Dr. Anthony Fauci to his press briefing on Monday, where he likened the pair to a famous Hollywood duo, and suggested they could team up and help motivate New Yorkers to get vaccinated. “I think your voice saying that the vaccines are safe would be important,” Cuomo said to Fauci. "Maybe ... we'll do an ad telling New Yorkers it’s safe to take the vaccine. Put us together. We’re like the modern-day De Niro and Pacino. You can be whichever you want. You can be the De Niro or Pacino. Fauci and Cuomo. Who do you want to be?” "I love them both," Fauci replied. “I don’t want to hurt the feelings of the other.” CALIFORNIA CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWNS WILL 'RESCUE' HOSPITAL CAPACITY, FAUCI SAYS “Who’s the politician?” Cuomo joked. The banter between the two came after the governor expressed -- in a more serious tone -- worries from polls that showed a high percentage of minorities were reluctant to get vaccinated. Cuomo said reaching out to the Black and Latino community, both hit hard by the virus, will require “outreach” and an “affirmative effort," reports...
    Andrew Cuomo was widely mocked Monday after comparing himself and Dr Anthony Fauci to Godfather actors Al Pacino and Robert De Niro. The New York governor, who was born in Queens, had appeared with the nation's top infectious disease expert during a press conference to discuss a COVID-19 vaccine. He said: 'I think your voice saying that the vaccine is safe would be important. Maybe we will enlist you. Maybe we will do an ad telling New Yorkers it's safe to take the vaccine. Put us together.  'We can be the modern-day [Robert] De Niro and [Al] Pacino. You can chose whichever you want. You can be De Niro or Pacino. Which one do you want to be?' Andrew Cuomo was widely mocked Monday after comparing himself and Dr Anthony Fauci to Godfather actors Al Pacino and Robert De Niro during a press conference Monday  The comparison sparked ridicule online, with one user writing: 'More like Beavis and Butthead' But the comparison sparked ridicule online, with one Twitter user, @weimrnr, commenting: 'More like Beavis and...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) compared himself and Dr. Anthony Fauci to actors Robert De Niro and Al Pacino during a press conference on Monday. “I think your voice on saying that the vaccines are safe would be important,” Cuomo said, referring to the development of a Covid-19 vaccine. He was addressing Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infection Diseases, who was joining the conference remotely. “I’ve said that as soon as the vaccine is deemed ready and safe, I’ll be the first one to take the vaccine. Maybe we enlist you. I’ll do it with you. We do an ad telling New Yorkers it’s safe to take the vaccine. Put us together, we’re like the the modern-day De Niro and Pacino. You can be whichever one you want.” “You can be De Niro or Pacino,” Cuomo reiterated. “Which one do you want to be? “I don’t want to hurt the feeling of the other,” Fauci said, chuckling. Cuomo jokingly, “Who’s the politician?” Cuomo told reporters at the conference that he was prepared to close New York...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) teamed up with Dr. Anthony Fauci for a press conference on Monday during which the governor compared himself and Fauci to actors Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. The governor also said that he will increase the frequency of his formerly daily press briefings, for which he recently won an International Emmy award. During the press conference, Gov. Cuomo addressed the coming coronavirus vaccine and the state’s efforts to motivate New Yorkers to get vaccinated, especially those from minority communities. At one point, he proposed doing an ad starring himself and Dr. Fauci, who attended the briefing remotely from Washington, D.C. “I think your voice saying that the vaccines are safe would be important,” Cuomo said to Fauci. “Maybe we will do an ad telling New Yorkers it’s safe to take the vaccine. Put us together. We’re like the modern day De Niro and Pacino. You can be whichever you want. You can be the De Niro or Pacino. Fauci and Cuomo. Who do you want to be?” Dr. Fauci replied: “I don’t want to...
    Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo compared himself and Dr. Anthony Fauci to iconic actors Robert De Niro and Al Pacino during a press conference Monday. “I think your voice on saying the vaccines are safe would be important. I said that as soon as the vaccine is deemed ready and safe, I’ll be the first one to take a vaccine,” Cuomo told Fauci in the video tweeted by The Hill. (RELATED: ‘Dangerous And Stupid’: Ben Sasse Slams Andrew Cuomo For Negativity About Coronavirus Vaccine) “Maybe we enlist you, do it with you, we’ll do an ad telling New Yorkers it’s safe to take the vaccine, to, you know put us together, we’re like the modern day De Niro and Pacino. You can be which one ever, whichever you want. You can be the De Niro or Pacino. Fauci and Cuomo,” Cuomo said in the video. Operation Warp Speed officials said to reporters in late November that around 6.4 million Pfizer vaccine doses are going to be sent to states and territories by the middle of December if by then, the U.S....
    More On: Coronavirus Despite promise, few in US adopting COVID-19 exposure apps AstraZeneca’s vaccine partner in China has scandalous history De Blasio calls actions of defiant bar owner ‘extraordinarily disturbing’ Patients die as hospital runs out of oxygen for hundreds Gov. Andrew Cuomo made Dr. Anthony Fauci an offer he couldn’t refuse Monday — anointing them the Al Pacino and Robert De Niro of the COVID-19 era. Cuomo compared himself and the nation’s top infectious-disease doctor to the “Godfather’’ Mafia-character actors at a press conference — where Fauci warned that January has the potential to be “a really dark time’’ for the country amid the pandemic. “Without substantial mitigation, the middle of January could be a really dark time for us,’’ Fauci said — finally getting a word in edgewise after he was forced to watch silently on camera for nearly 20 minutes while Cuomo talked first. Fauci said even New York’s limit of 10 people at gatherings “may even be a bit too much. “It’s not only the number … but it’s the people who might be coming...
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