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Top row (L to R): Milt Kahl, Marc Davis, Frank Thomas, Eric Larson, and Ollie ...
The handsomest man on the planet and Pierce Brosnan.
With Olga Kurylenko in The November Man.
The tailor of Panama (Geoffrey Rush) and James Bond's schmucky nephew, Andy Osnard.
A paid assassin suddenly overcome by debilitating panic attacks outsources work to a businessman he ...
Pierce Brosnan is The November Man.
Steve-O, the ballsy Banksy, poses before his handiwork.
The Pittsburgh Press, April 19, 1932.
Lauren Bacall ignites the screen (and carpet) in Bacall to Arms and Slick Hare.
Not the real thing, but an incredible simulation.
Universal Studios is banking on fifty shades of green.
Universal Pictures is banking on 50 shades of green.
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