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Review: 'Drive' fires on all cylindersupdated: Mon Sep 19 2011 18:00:00

Ryan Gosling's very good year shifts into high gear in "Drive", a lean, mean crime thriller that wowed the crowds at the Toronto International Film Festival last week and goes nationwide Friday.

People.com: Yvette Vickers Dies Mysterious Deathupdated: Tue May 03 2011 14:31:00

She was a voluptuous B movie star, a Playboy Playmate - and a longtime recluse

People.com: Michael Sarrazin Dies at 70updated: Wed Apr 20 2011 07:08:00

The actor who costarred with Paul Newman, Barbra Streisand and Jane Fonda had cancer

Film director Sidney Lumet dead at age 86updated: Sat Apr 09 2011 16:25:00

Film director Sidney Lumet, who made the American classics "12 Angry Men," "Network," "Serpico," "Dog Day Afternoon" and "The Verdict," died Saturday morning in his New York City home. He was 86.

People.com: Elizabeth Taylor: Some of Her Most Memorable On Screen Momentsupdated: Thu Mar 24 2011 09:48:00

Videos of her first Oscar win, her chemistry with Paul Newman, that bawdy Golden Globes appearance and more!

People.com: Paul Newman Called Elizabeth Taylor 'a Helluva Actress'updated: Wed Mar 23 2011 22:29:00

The two legends costarred in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, fondly remembered by Newman

People.com: Oscar Winner Patricia Neal Diesupdated: Mon Aug 09 2010 11:53:00

The Best Actress for Hud was 84, and had a glorious and grueling life

People.com: POLL: Which Late Star Should Be on the Next U.S. Stamp?updated: Thu May 13 2010 16:10:00

Who among Michael Jackson, Paul Newman or Patrick Swayze is most deserving?

Is it really an honor just to be nominated?updated: Wed Feb 03 2010 13:09:00

"It's an honor just to be nominated. ..."

CD, DVD boxed sets worth a look or listenupdated: Fri Dec 18 2009 16:15:00

The boxed set: Criticized for its brick-like presence. Victim of grammatical ineptitude (it's usually called the "box set," which is what? A collection of boxes?). Subject of a hilarious Barenaked Ladies song.

Fortune: Swapping words for wheelsupdated: Fri Jun 19 2009 12:44:00

I wake up in bed with welts on my spine, calluses on my hands, and deep brown bruises wrapped around my hips like some creepy guy's hands in a sketchy slow dance.

People.com: Julia Roberts Among the Stars for Paul Newman's Charity Fundraiserupdated: Tue Jun 09 2009 17:17:00

The late actor encouraged fun, Julia remembers at a Hole in the Wall gala

Father and daughter handle grief with gadgetsupdated: Mon Jun 01 2009 11:22:00

After my mom died, we bought home electronics.

SI.com: Bruce Martin: Remembering the Brickyard Crossing motelupdated: Tue Dec 23 2008 16:48:00

KOONTZ LAKE, Indiana -- When the Indianapolis Motor Speedway announced that it was shutting down the "Brickyard Crossing" motel last week, it drew little attention, lost in the shuffle of other motorsports layoffs, race cancellations and drug testing announcements.

People.com: Joaquin Phoenix: Retiring from Movies at Age 34?updated: Wed Oct 29 2008 16:20:00

The two-time Oscar nominee says he's "not doing films anymore" and will concentrate on his music

Elvis, Marvin Gaye shake moneymakers in afterlifeupdated: Wed Oct 29 2008 12:19:00

Elvis Presley may have left the building three decades ago, but he raked in more money last year than many living titans of the music industry

5 million-dollar mistakes by movie starsupdated: Mon Oct 20 2008 14:21:00

Sean Connery wasn't supposed to be James Bond. Keanu Reeves wasn't supposed to be "The One." So, who were the original choices?

Time.com: Robert Redford Remembers Paul Newmanupdated: Thu Oct 02 2008 19:00:00

The Sundance Kid remembers Paul Newman: actor, prankster, philanthropist and friend

Time.com: Broadway To Dim Lights For Paul Newmanupdated: Thu Oct 02 2008 15:00:00

People.com: John Mayer Pays Tribute to Paul Newmanupdated: Thu Oct 02 2008 09:38:00

"Nobody will ever be that cool again," claims the singer-songwriter

SI.com: Bruce Martin: Fearing Talladega and more weekend notesupdated: Wed Oct 01 2008 17:22:00

KANSAS CITY -- This year's Chase for the Championship has turned into a three-man battle between Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards and Greg Biffle as the top three are separated by just 30 points.

People.com: Tom Hanks Pays Tribute to Paul Newmanupdated: Wed Oct 01 2008 10:16:00

Tom Hanks released a statement Tuesday remembering his Road to Perdition costar Paul Newman, who died at age 83:

SI.com: Frank Deford: Remembering the great Paul Newmanupdated: Tue Sep 30 2008 13:06:00

There's an old French expression: "An actress is more than a woman, and an actor is less than a man." No one ever thought of Paul Newman in those terms. In a way, men and women alike saw him more as an heroic athlete than a performing actor.

People.com: Paul Newman's Brother Honors Himupdated: Tue Sep 30 2008 12:03:00

The actor's older brother, Arthur, calls him his "role model and mentor"

People.com: Stars Honor Paul Newman's Memoryupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 17:02:00

The late actor's famous friends will help raise money for his California camp

iReporters share memories of Paul Newmanupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 13:30:00

Sheila Oppenheimer was only a day away from giving birth, and she was worried. "I was on the fetal monitor, and I was very scared." She looked out a window and saw a blue-eyed man, Paul Newman, walking by. Then, she knew everything would be all right.

People.com: In Hometown, Newman Remembered As 'Regular Guy'updated: Mon Sep 29 2008 11:31:00

A beer drinker who never flaunted his celebrity, the actor was beloved by Connecticut neighbors

Paul Newman has diedupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 11:21:00

Screen legend Paul Newman has died at the age of 83. CNN's Brooke Anderson reflects on his life.

People.com: Newman's Sense of Humor to Be Missed, Says Mario Andrettiupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 09:37:00

Over a 41-year friendship, the race-car driver and the actor made silly bets and good talk

People.com: Screen and Real-Life Hero Paul Newman Dies at 83updated: Mon Sep 29 2008 08:57:00

The Oscar winner and philanthropist had quietly been battling cancer

People.com: Dad Paul Newman Was a 'Rare Symbol of Selfless Humility' updated: Mon Sep 29 2008 08:57:00

His daughters praise the bighearted actor's most important roles – that of father and husband

People.com: Robert Redford 'Beyond Words' over Newman̢۪s Deathupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 08:07:00

Costars and politicians recall an actor who was the "ultimate cool guy"

SI.com: Richard Hoffer: Newman's diverse life was his legacyupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 01:19:00

Paul Newman lived long enough, and lived well enough, to confuse anybody who'd try for a final summation. He was a cross-generational film star, his movies the last 50 years inspired by 10 Oscar-nominated parts. Everything from Hud to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Hustler to Cool Hand Luke. But, he was also a salad dressing magnate, starting up a popcorn and spaghetti company as a joke, all profits of Newman's Own going to charity. By 2007, the foundation had given out $175 million and dressed a lot of salads.

SI.com: Steve Aschburner: Twins make lousy front-runnersupdated: Sun Sep 28 2008 00:07:00

Five things we learned from the Twins' 4-2 loss to the Royals on Saturday afternoon at the Metrodome, extending the AL Central anguish yet another day:

Paul Newman dies at 83updated: Sat Sep 27 2008 23:12:00

Paul Newman, the legendary actor whose steely blue eyes, good-humored charm and advocacy of worthy causes made him one of the most renowned figures in American arts, has died of cancer at his home in Westport, Connecticut. He was 83.

Film Legend Newman diesupdated: Sat Sep 27 2008 23:06:00

We hear from a staffer at Hole in the Wall Camps, which Paul Newman founded to help kids with serious medical needs.

Larry King: I admired 'superstar' actor Paul Newmanupdated: Sat Sep 27 2008 23:06:00

Legendary actor Paul Newman died of cancer at his home in Westport, Connecticut, at the age of 83.

Commentary: I'll miss the late, great Paul Newmanupdated: Sat Sep 27 2008 13:33:00

The news of his death came on Saturday.

CNNMoney: Newman's Own after Paulupdated: Sat Sep 27 2008 12:35:00

What happens when a company's eponymous founder and celebrity spokesman dies?

Time.com: Remembering Paul Newman, Humanitarian and Actor updated: Sat Sep 27 2008 12:25:00

Legendary actor Paul Newman died Sept. 26 at 83, of cancer

Time.com: Paul Newman, Oscar Winner, Dead At 83updated: Sat Sep 27 2008 11:20:00

Screen legend Paul Newman died Friday evening of cancer

FSB: Newman's Own: Preparing for life after Paulupdated: Tue Jul 22 2008 14:15:00

What happens when a company's eponymous founder and celebrity spokesman transitions out of the business?

People.com: Friend: Paul Newman Battling Cancerupdated: Wed Jun 11 2008 18:32:00

Newman's rep says the actor "is doing nicely"

SI.com: Bruce Martin: Newman, Penske form unlikely partnershipupdated: Thu Apr 03 2008 19:16:00

Once bitter rivals in the early days of the Indy Racing League, actor Paul Newman and team owner Roger Penske have joined forces in the spirit of unity.

Marsden: 'Guys need to pull their pants up'updated: Tue Mar 04 2008 11:20:00

The co-star of "27 Dresses" discusses his personal style.

The Screening Room's Top 10 Movie Deathsupdated: Thu Jan 10 2008 10:04:00

Movie deaths can be tragic, heroic, spine-chilling -- even funny. This month, we've brought together our favorite screen exits, from Psycho to Bambi.

Stars reveal what's sexyupdated: Tue Aug 21 2007 23:53:00

Eric Dane, Rachel Bilson and other scorching celebs tell us what they think is sexy.

SI.com: Where Are They Now?: The Hanson Brothersupdated: Wed Jun 27 2007 01:53:00

This Where Are They Now feature and others like it can be found in the July 2nd issue of Sports Illustrated.

Sense-sational: Celebrate and sharpen all your sensesupdated: Mon Jan 22 2007 09:54:00

When it comes to babies, we pay a lot of attention to the five senses. Colorful mobiles, famous composers' lullabies, foods introduced in a certain order, the bunny to pat. But when was the last time you stopped and smelled the roses? Gave yourself a taste treat? Or took a moment to truly appreciate the feel of your fur-lined boots as you pull them on?

Fortune: Learning to flyupdated: Mon Jul 10 2006 00:01:00

Precisely how fast I drove a Maserati at Road Atlanta racetrack is not the point. Or maybe it is the point, but since the people with me all claimed to have driven much faster, I'm not going to get...

Fortune: Learning to flyupdated: Fri Jun 30 2006 11:38:00

Precisely how fast I drove a Maserati at Road Atlanta racetrack is not the point. Or maybe it is the point, but since the people with me all claimed to have driven much faster, I'm not going to get into it.

Cause celebre: Celebrities and their causesupdated: Tue Jun 20 2006 17:03:00

Refugees. Underprivileged children. Soldiers. Breast cancer. AIDS. Animal cruelty. Multiple sclerosis. Famine. Homelessness.

EW Review: Pixar's 'Cars' a classicupdated: Fri Jun 09 2006 08:15:00

Having fallen in love with a bunch of computer-animated, anthropomorphized vehicles who express emotion with eyes made from windshields and smiles from metallic front grills, I do believe the exemplary Pixar team who made the beguiling comedy adventure "Cars" could draw a mote of dust and a pair of socks and turn them into characters worth caring about.

The disasters that ate Hollywoodupdated: Thu May 11 2006 10:09:00

Hollywood has always been fond of the all-star film. From "Grand Hotel" to "The Greatest Show on Earth," "Around the World in Eighty Days" and "Judgment at Nuremberg," packing a film with stars has often been a sure-fire marketing strategy, if not always a way to make a great film.

EW review: 'The Facts of Life'updated: Wed May 10 2006 14:19:00

Some '80s sitcoms are fun to watch today in a how-dumb-could-TV-get, I-used-to-watch-this-with-my- babysitter kind of way.

Eco-friendly bottle for ethical waterupdated: Tue Aug 09 2005 07:00:00

A water company that puts all of its profits into clean water projects in developing countries has created an environmentally friendly bottle out of biodegradable plastic.

Eyes that are prizedupdated: Wed May 25 2005 14:33:00

Paul Newman could have long since rested on his laurels.

EW review: 'Empire Falls' watered downupdated: Wed May 25 2005 11:38:00

River metaphors run thickly and unsubtly through "Empire Falls," Richard Russo's adaptation of his own lovely novel of the same name.

CNNMoney: Overeaters: Have we got meals for youupdated: Thu May 05 2005 13:33:00

In the classic Paul Newman movie, "Cool Hand Luke," the hero bets he can eat 50 hard-boiled eggs in an hour.

showbuzzupdated: Mon Dec 13 2004 15:30:00

The awards keep pouring in for "Sideways," which the New York Film Critics Circle and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association named the best picture of 2004.

showbuzzupdated: Mon Jul 05 2004 13:23:00

The Cuban flag was hung from a balcony of the Dominican National Palace for the benefit of actor Andy Garcia.

The kings of Hollywood, together againupdated: Wed Jun 16 2004 14:47:00

Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire. Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. Paul Newman and Robert Redford.

FSB: Hello, Newmanupdated: Sat Nov 01 2003 00:01:00

Shameless Exploitation in Pursuit of the Common Good (Doubleday, $22.95), the new book by actor Paul Newman and partner A.E. Hotchner, shares the secrets of the success of Newman's Own, the wildly ...

FSB: Scorecard THE NEWS ACCORDING TO FSBupdated: Thu May 01 2003 00:01:00

THE HEADLINES 1 Bush Says War in Iraq Will Cost $75 Billion for First Six Months Alone

FSB: Brunswick WHEN IT COMES TO THE PASTIMES OF BOWLING AND BILLIARDS, THIS COMPANY HAS LONG DEFINED THE GAMES updated: Tue Apr 01 2003 00:01:00

Brunswick is the company that gave Americans play. First with billiards, then bowling, and now with pleasure boats, it capitalized on early America's budding interest in leisure activities and has ...

FSB: Tool Kit Tips on beating the taxman. And a few other, more charitable ideas.updated: Sun Oct 01 2000 00:01:00

Whether you believe that charity covers or creates a multitude of sins depends on your preference for the Bible or for Oscar Wilde. But one thing's for sure: There are a multitude of ways to give m...

Fortune: Icahn Fights Backupdated: Mon Aug 14 2000 00:01:00

Back in 1995, when I was thinking about starting an investment fund, KPMG Peat Marwick did a study of Icahn Associates' historical investment results. Our compounded annual rate of return was 48%. ...

Fortune: Schumacher for a Day Speed fans dream about being behind the wheel of a Formula 1 racecar. Now the dream is updated: Mon Dec 21 1998 00:01:00

When people ask me where I got my love of adrenaline, I blame it on my father. As my three older brothers and I grew up, my father fueled our budding thrill addictions with his own: snow walks in t...

Fortune: IACOCCA ACTS LIKE PAUL NEWMANupdated: Mon Jul 27 1992 00:01:00

His flashy signature is on the bottles, but don't assume Chrysler CEO Lee Iacocca, 67, spends his time flogging the wine and olive oil that bears his name. Says he: ''I have enough trouble selling ...

Fortune: FORTUNE Magazine contents page JULY 27, 1992 VOL. 126, NO. 2 updated: Mon Jul 27 1992 00:01:00

MANAGING/COVER STORY 44 BREAKING UP IBM Facing horrendous challenges, John Akers is taking Big Blue apart and may even sell stock in the corporate pieces. His reforms rate a B- so far, but the job ...

Money Magazine: MONEY Magazine contents page Money Guide Summer 1991 updated: Wed May 15 1991 00:01:00

SPIRIT 7 Six who dared and won by John Sims Meet half a dozen entrepreneurs who made their dreams come true.

Fortune: A New ERA, The Decline of Everyone, Rethinking McDonald's, and Other Matters. Baby Talkupdated: Mon Nov 10 1986 00:01:00

''Kindly run a Nexis search on the Center for Defense Information,'' shrilly demanded the Keeping Up analyst on the social issues desk, his voice cracking like Henry Aldrich's, ''as it is next to i...

Money Magazine: MONEY TALKS updated: Sat Nov 01 1986 00:01:00

''The amount of debt is almost academic. Would you rather fall off the Empire State Building or the World Trade Center?'' -- ROBERT JOEDICKE of Shearson Lehman Bros., commenting on the $4.5 billion...

Fortune: NOW HEAR THISupdated: Mon Oct 13 1986 00:01:00

PAUL NEWMAN, 61, announcing he will use his food company's profits to build a camp for gravely ill children: ''This is made possible by salad dressing and by the people who buy the damn stuff.'' RO...

Fortune: Madonna in Japanupdated: Mon Aug 18 1986 00:01:00

Rock singer Madonna's garbage-can garb and pouty red lips travel well. Mitsubishi Electric paid a reported $650,000 for the right to use fragments of her Virgin Tour rock video in a Japanese TV ad ...

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