“Extra’s” Terri Seymour caught up with Christine and Kevin Costner at the L.A. premiere of his new film “3 Days to Kill,” where the actor couldn’t help staring at his wife of 10 years.
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What a slippery slope! Actor Stephen Baldwin has taken Kevin Costner to court, claiming the “Hatfield & McCoys” star duped him in a Gulf Coast oil spill cleanup deal.
The History Channel declared the debut of its miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys” on Memorial Day a ratings winner!
The network announced Tuesday that first installment of the three-night miniseries pulled in a record-breaking 13.9 million viewers, making it the top non-sports telecast ever on an ad-supported cable network.
Actor Kevin Costner is no stranger to feuds, onscreen and off. Not only is he starring in the new miniseries "Hatfields and McCoys," based on one of the longest running feuds in history, but he once unknowingly landed in hot water with the royal family, too.
Talking with "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli, Costner revealed that it was the "Bodyguard" sequel that got him in trouble with Buckingham Palace. It turns out the Oscar winner was in talks with Princess Diana about playing herself in the film around the time that she died in 1997, but the royals denied it.
Warner Bros. released this first pic of actor Henry Cavill as Superman in the upcoming reboot, "Man of Steel."
The film also stars Amy Adams as Daily Planet journalist Lois Lane; Laurence Fishburne as Editor-in-Chief Perry White; Diane Lane and Kevin Costner as Clark Kent's adoptive parents, Martha and Jonathan Kent; Michael Shannon as the villain General Zod; and Julia Ormond and Russell Crowe as Superman's birth parents.
A South Dakota court ruled in favor of actor Kevin Costner in his bison sculptures case, in which he retained the rights to keep them on his tourist destination, "Tatanka: Story of the Bison."
Costner installed large scale sculptures of 14 bison and 3 Lakota warriors mounted horseback in 2000 on his tourist destination outside of Deadwood. Although the actor paid for the sculptures, he was sued by the artist, who claimed Costner breached the agreement they signed over 10 years ago. The court ruled in Kevin's favor for all of the issues presented in the case.