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VIDEO: Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs vs. Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs – and 9 Other Instances of Dueling Biopic Roles
Originally posted 10/12/2015 02:40PM
This month, audiences get to see Michael Fassbender's performance as the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs. And while we can easily compare Fassbender in the role to what we remember of Jobs in interviews and addresses he gave while he was the public face of the technology company, it will be hard not to recall that other Steve Jobs biopic, 2013's Jobs, which starred Ashton Kutcher in the title role.
Originally posted 09/09/2015 05:05PM
The rumors of a third book by Pulitzer Prize winner Harper Lee just might be true – at least, according to two Alabama families.
Originally posted 07/24/2015 12:50PM
What's in a name? If you ask David and Christen Epstein, the answer is: a whole lot.
Mary Badham, 'Scout' in 1962's To Kill a Mockingbird, Reads Excerpts from Harper Lee's New Novel in N.Y.C.
Originally posted 07/15/2015 12:40PM
Hundreds gathered at New York City's 92nd Street Y on Tuesday night to discuss Harper Lee's controversial new novel Go Set a Watchman with Mary Badham, the actress who took on the role of Scout in the 1962 film version of the author's first book.
'Atticus' Tops Baby-Name List for First Time: Will Controversial Comeback of Atticus Finch in New Harper Lee Book Change Its Popularity?
Originally posted 07/14/2015 02:50PM
Talk about timing.
From Atticus Impersonators to Boo Boo Burgers, Harper Lee's Hometown Celebrates Go Set a Watchman's Release
Originally posted 07/14/2015 01:00PM
In a scene that could have been expertly written by Harper Lee, a bell tolled shortly after sunrise in Monroeville, Alabama, Tuesday atop the Old Courthouse Museum.
Originally posted 07/13/2015 09:30PM
For the millions of readers who made To Kill A Mockingbird a best-selling classic – not to mention all those trendy parents who named their baby boys Atticus – the struggle is on to reconcile the beloved and upright moral beacon of Harper Lee's original with the bigoted Atticus Finch of her new release.
Originally posted 07/13/2015 06:35PM
Readers who remember Atticus Finch as a bastion of goodness are in for a rude awakening in Go Set a Watchman, the follow-up to Harper Lee's classic To Kill a Mockingbird. Gone is the honorable lawyer who captured our hearts. In his place is a cold racist.
Does Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman Have Company? Author's Lawyer Says She May Have Written a Third Novel
Originally posted 07/13/2015 02:05PM
Go Set a Watchman may not be the only long-lost novel by Harper Lee that has been missing for decades.
Atticus Finch a Racist? – Early Reviews Say Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman Paints a Shocking Portrait of Mockingbird's Hero
Originally posted 07/10/2015 10:45PM
The Atticus Finch of Harper Lee's classic 1960 novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, was a pillar of justice, morality and kindness.
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