The indie film “Louder Than Words” tells the real-life story of how the rabies death of 13-year-old Maria Fareri spurred her family to build a state-of-the-art children’s hospital that allows parents to be part of the healing process.
The film is inspired by a real-life 1968 incident in which a Russian submarine sank off the coast of Hawaii. Duchovny explained, “So the movie is kind of about what might have happened aboard that sub. Did it go rogue? Was it going to fire on Hawaii and start World War III? That kind of stuff.” Duchovny added, “I'm a pretty bad guy.”
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“Phantom” glides into theaters this Friday.
Ben Stiller, David Duchovny and Oscar-winning writer/director Paul Haggis were all victims of a credit card scam and identity theft, perpetrated by a Nigerian man living in Chicago.
The man, Adedamola Olatunji, 29, apparently obtained the stars' personal information and called Citibank to report lost cards and to request new ones, Chicago Breaking News Center reports. He was caught by an undercover agent from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service working for the bank.