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After a first season plagued by the death of three horses, HBO decided to pull the plug on their Dustin Hoffman-starring “Luck.”
And now animal advocate Barbara Casey is calling foul on the way the show treated all of the animals involved and claims they tried to hide the misdeeds that led to the horses’ demise.
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The Beverly Hilton was brimming over with A-list celebrities as the 16th Annual Hollywood Film Awards came to town last night (October 22).
Gorgeous gals like Marion Cotillard, Amy Adams, Bella Heathcote, and Nancy O’Dell got all gussied up for the swanky affair and worked their mojo for the shutterbugs.
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Each year, the Kennedy Center Honors highlight some of the most accomplished folks in the world, and this year it will be quite the show.
According to a report, the 35th annual gala will be held on December 2nd, and the honorees will include David Letterman, Led Zeppelin, Dustin Hoffman, Buddy Guy, and Natalia Makarova.
The critically-acclaimed horse-racing series "Luck" starring Dustin Hoffman and Nick Nolte has been canceled after three horses died during filming.
Production for the HBO show was supposed to last another eight months, but the cast and crew were told today the series - which began airing in January - has been axed.
Causing quite the hilarious scene, Dustin Hoffman was spotted laying one on Jason Bateman at the Lakers vs Celtics basketball game on Friday night (June 3).
The “Rain Man” actor decided to join in on the Kiss Cam fun – a segment where couples are shown on the JumboTron and prompted to share a kiss – when the camera zoomed in on him.
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