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Emile Hirsch Shares New Photoof His Son

Emile Hirsch Shares New Photo
of His Son

Originally posted 05/14/2014 05:30PM

"Valor at 6 months … Thank God for mama!" the Lone Survivor actor Tweeted Wednesday

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11 Life Lessons Learned From the Bonnie & Clyde Miniseries | Emile Hirsch

11 Life Lessons Learned From the Bonnie & Clyde Miniseries

Originally posted 12/10/2013 04:45PM

In part two of A&E/Lifetime/History's mini-series, Bonnie and Clyde – played by Holliday Grainger and Emile Hirsch – have lost all sense of abiding the law. They are no longer simple bank robbers; now they are packing heat and unafraid to use it. The only thing standing between Bonnie, Clyde, and all that money is William Hurt as the dogged lawman who comes out of retirement to capture 'em.

We watched every bloody moment of Bonnie & Clyde's finale to glean lessons from this classic tale of love, crime and scrapbooking.

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Does Inside Llewyn Davis Make Sweet Music? PEOPLE's Review

See This/Skip That: From Inside Llewyn Davis to Out of the Furnace

Originally posted 12/06/2013 04:00PM

From Inside Llewyn Davis to Out of the Furnace, here's what to see and what to skip this weekend at the movies.

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Watch the New Bonnie & Clyde Trailer, Starring Emile Hirsch and Holliday Grainger

Originally posted 11/22/2013 09:20AM

A new trailer for Bonnie & Clyde: Dead and Alive (airing on A&E, the History Channel and Lifetime on Dec. 8 and Dec. 9) has been unveiled, and we're more intrigued than ever by the iconic crime saga. The film stars Emile Hirsch and newcomer Holliday Grainger as Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker, two young criminals who cross America as they rob banks and capture the public imagination.

The slick, made-for-TV miniseries may add to the couple's renown, but according to the newly released teaser, the film may also try to dispel some of the myths that surround the famed and feared couple.

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It's a Boy for Emile Hirsch

It's a Boy for Emile Hirsch

Originally posted 11/02/2013 04:15PM

The actor welcomed a son, Valor, on Sunday in Florida, PEOPLE confirms

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Joe Jonas & Ex Ashley Greene Have a Near Run-In at L.A. Club | Ashley Greene, Joe Jonas

Joe Jonas & Ex Ashley Greene Have a Near Run-In at L.A. Club

Originally posted 05/13/2011 06:00AM

• That could have been awkward! Joe Jonas just missed ex Ashley Greene while arriving at the vaudeville show Beacher's Madhouse inside the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. The singer showed up around 1 a.m., just a few minutes after Greene's departure, and seemed more focused on his entourage than the actual show, which he caught the week before. Greene, meanwhile, sat atop the banquette watching the on-stage shenanigans – which includes dancing Oompa Loompas, live monkeys, goats, and exotic burlesque dancers – as her rumored beau Chris Evans sat nearby.

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Joe Jonas & Ex Ashley Greene Have a Near Run-In at L.A. Club | Ashley Greene, Joe Jonas

Caught in the Act!

Originally posted 05/13/2011 06:00AM

• That could have been awkward! Joe Jonas just missed ex Ashley Greene while arriving at the vaudeville show Beacher's Madhouse inside the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. The singer showed up around 1 a.m., just a few minutes after Greene's departure, and seemed more focused on his entourage than the actual show, which he caught the week before. Greene, meanwhile, sat atop the banquette watching the on-stage shenanigans – which includes dancing Oompa Loompas, live monkeys, goats, and exotic burlesque dancers – as her rumored beau Chris Evans sat nearby.

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Watch Jessica Biel & Emile Hirsch Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro

Originally posted 02/10/2010 09:15AM



From a blizzard and hailstorm to altitude sickness and exhaustion, a group of Hollywood stars and activists battled the elements to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro last month. PEOPLE.com has a first look at the documentary that captured their journey.

While fans followed the group's progress online, cameras filmed the stars – including Jessica Biel, Emile Hirsch and Isabel Lucas – as they decontaminated water with local villagers, camped in the brutal weather conditions, and eventually completed the grueling seven-day trek to the top of Africa’s tallest mountain.

The expedition, dubbed "Summit on the Summit," was organized by musician Kenna to raise awareness of the global clean water crisis. The full documentary will air March 14 at 9 p.m., on MTV.

For more on their adventures, visit summitonthesummit.com.
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Jessica Biel Weeps at Mt. Kilimanjaro Summit

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Jessica Biel Weeps at Mt. Kilimanjaro Summit

Originally posted 01/13/2010 06:35PM

Reaching the top of 19,340-foot Mt. Kilimanjaro proved to be an emotional experience for Jessica Biel and Emile Hirsch, who climbed
 Africa's tallest peak to raise awareness of the global water crisis.

"I
 walked over to Jessie and gave her a big hug," UN Foundation executive
 Elizabeth Gore, who also made the hike, tells PEOPLE via satellite phone. "The two of us embraced and
 we just cried. Every single one of us was in absolute tears."

"The temperature was zero degrees and so many people were struggling," she adds. "People had hurt limbs, people had altitude sickness."

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PHOTO: Jessica Biel, Emile Hirsch Reach Mt. Kilimanjaro's Summit

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PHOTO: Jessica Biel, Emile Hirsch Reach Mt. Kilimanjaro's Summit

Originally posted 01/12/2010 01:40PM

Jessica Biel, Emile Hirsch and Isabel Lucas reached the summit of 19,340 –foot Mt. Kilimanjaro Tuesday, the sixth day of their trek up Africa's tallest peak, in their quest to raise awareness of the global water crisis.

After enduring torrential rain and a blizzard earlier in the trek, the star-studded group of entertainers and activists started their final ascent of the Tanzanian mountain at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday. They climbed for seven hours, then finally reached Uhuru Peak, where they posed for a photograph holding a sign that read "SEND WATER."

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