“Extra’s” AJ Calloway caught up with Al Pacino and longtime girlfriend Lucila Solá at the world premiere of Pacino’s new HBO movie, “Phil Spector,” where the two commented on the newly elected Pope Francis I.
Actor Robert Redford as Michael Corleone in “The Godfather”? It could have happened -- if it weren’t for the color of his hair.
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Known for his lifelong crusade to legalize physician-assisted suicide, Dr. Jack Kevorkian died Friday in Detroit hospital of pulmonary thrombosis, a complication of a kidney-related ailment. He was 83.
The doctor of death was documented in an award-winning 2010 HBO film, "You Don't Know Jack," starring Al Pacino. The film portrayed Kevorkian as a passionate, humble and stubborn doctor who deeply believed in his cause, and yielded an Emmy, SAG Award and Golden Globe for Pacino.
Dr. Kevorkian spent decades fighting for the legalization of euthanasia. The doc served eight years of his original 10-25 year sentence in prison for murder, and was arrested many times for helping more than 130 people commit suicide between 1990 and 2000. He used carbon monoxide and lethal injections with his infamous home-made suicide machine, which he built for $30 to aid in the death of terminally ill patients.
In a 2010 interview with Anderson Cooper, Kevorkian explained, "I didn't do it to end a life. I did it to end the suffering the patient's going through. The patient's obviously suffering - what's a doctor to do, turn his back?"
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