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Stephen Baldwin has been arrested and charged for allegedly failing to pay some $350,000 in back taxes to New York state over a three-year period and could face up to four years in prison if convicted.
The 46-year-old actor pleaded not guilty at an arraignment on Thursday, December 6, and was released without bail. His attorney told the Associated Press that Baldwin "did not commit any crimes, and he's working with the district attorney's office and the New York State Tax Department to resolve any differences."
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The first glimpses of "Man of Steel," the latest film to feature the story of Superman, hit the web on Saturday, July 21, in the form of two teaser trailers.
While the footage in the two teasers are identical, with scenes of Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) hitch hiking and working on a fishing boat, the voiceovers are different. One features the voice of Kevin Costner, who plays Kent's adoptive father Jonathan Kent, while the other features the voice of Russell Crowe, who plays Kent's biological father Jor-El. Both trailers can be seen below.
Kevin Costner has come out on top in Stephen Baldwin's lawsuit against him, over investments he had made in technology developed by the actor's company.
A federal jury listened to eight days of testimony and deliberated for less than two hours before delivering the verdict, according to the Associated Press. Baldwin and his business partner, Spyridon C. Contogouris sought more than $17 million in damages and were awarded nothing.
Stephen Baldwin's lawsuit against Kevin Costner over investments he had made in technology developed by the actor's company has gone to trial.
The suit alleges that Costner cheated Balwin and his business partner, Spyridon C. Contogouris, out of their share of a multi-million dollar deal where British Petroleum bought devices which were used to help clean up BP's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.
The History Channel's "Hatfields & McCoys" miniseries, starring Kevin Costner, broke several cable TV records during its 3-day run.
The miniseries premiered on May 28 with over 13.9 million viewers, according to Nielsen's cable ratings. Over 17 million people watched the debut and encore telecast on Memorial Day evening.
One of America's greatest feuds is told in the new miniseries for The History Channel called "Hatfields & McCoys." The series, which premieres on The History Channel on May 28, stars Kevin Costner and the actor recently explained why he took on a role in the miniseries.
"I didn't try to over think it. It was the piece that spoke to me loudest of the things I was reading and so you'd have to respond that way," the 57-year-old actor told OnTheRedCarpet.com in a recent interview at the premiere in Los Angeles.
Kevin Costner, who was Houston's co-star in the 1992 film "The Bodyguard," was among those who spoke and performed at the singer's funeral at a New Jersey church where she showcased her singing skills as a child.
"Whitney returns home today to the place where it all began, and I urge us all, inside and outside, across the nation and around the world to dry our tears, suspend our sorrow - and perhaps our anger - just long enough, just long enough to remember the sweet miracle of Whitney," Costner said. "I know many at this moment are thinking, 'Really? She's a girl, you're a boy. You're white. She's black. We heard you like to sing, but our sister could really sing. So what am I talking about? Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston, they don't have anything in common at all. Well, you'd be wrong about that. We both grew up in the Baptist church."
Whitney Houston was honored by friends and family at New Hope Baptists Church in Newark, N.J. on Saturday, February 18.
Alicia Keys and Stevie Wonder were among those who performed at the service. Speakers included Kevin Costner, Tyler Perry, music mogul Clive Davis, who helped launch her career, gospel stars Kim Burrell and Donnie McClurkin, musical director Rickey Minor and Cece Winans, a gospel singer who is also the godmother of Houston's daughter. Gospel singer and pastor Marvin Winans gave the eulogy.
Whitney Houston is set to be laid to rest on Saturday, February 18, following a star-studded funeral at a New Jersey church where she showcased her singing skills as a child.
Kevin Costner is set to appear at Whitney Houston's funeral to pay his respects to his former "Bodyguard" co-star.
He joins celebrities such as Mel Gibson and Aretha Franklin who are on the guest list of the largely private memorial service, set to take place on Saturday, February 18, at 12 p.m. ET (9 a.m. PT) at the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey, where the 48-year-old singer had first showcased her singing skills publicly as a child (watch a live stream of Whitney Houston's funeral on OnTheRedCarpet.com).
The first image of Henry Cavill as Superman in the new film reboot, "Man of Steel," has been released.
The movie is directed by Zack Snyder and is set to hit theaters on June 14, 2013. It stars Amy Adams as his alter ego Clark Kent's love interest and co-worker, Lois Lane and Michael Shannon as the villain General Zod, according to a Warner Bros. Pictures statement obtained by OnTheRedCarpet.com.Check out more details about the film below.
Kevin Costner has closed a deal to star in the new Zack Snyder 'Superman' relaunch, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The new "Superman" film is tentatively called "Superman: Man of Steel" and is set for release in December 2012. The cast is set to start shooting in Vancouver in late August. Costner's role was confirmed by Warner Bros. Pictures.
Stephen Baldwin recently sued fellow actor Kevin Costner over investments he had made in technology developed by the "actor's company, which was used to help clean up BP's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Costner, known for films such as "Waterworld", has not commented.