Affleck: The evolution of an Oscar winner
Ben Affleck is now generating some of the most remarkable reviews of his acting career, thanks to David Fincher’s acclaimed crime thriller, Gone Girl. Credit where credit is due: Affleck is now long past his career decline and point of ridicule.
VIDEO Chelsea 2-0 West Brom: Highlights, Goals; Costa And Hazard Hand Blues Comfortable Win
Returning from the international break, Chelsea might have been expected to take some time to regain their frightening momentum. Instead Jose Mourinho’s team steamrolled a poor West Bromwich Albion side from the off at Stamford Bridge, eventually running out far more comfortable winners than the 2-0 scoreline suggested to continue their seemingly inexorable march toward the Premier League title.
Chelsea vs. West Brom: Goals, Highlights from Premier League Match
Chelsea 's goalscoring machine, Diego Costa, continued his fine run of form with another goal to put Chelsea ahead of West Bromwich Albion early on in their Premier League match. Brazilian playmaker Oscar found Costa while West Brom players appealed for an offside call, and Costa made no mistake in front of goal to give the Blues the lead. Eden Hazard doubled the lead not long after in the ...
Chelsea vs West Brom 2-0 Highlights Goals video 2014
Foster was unable to prevent the hosts taking the lead six minutes later, though, as Oscar picked out the unmarked Costa with a fine cross from the left and the striker showed great composure to control the ball on his chest and volley beyond the England ...
Oscar Smith 55, Cox 14: Extra Highlights
Extra highlights of Oscar Smiths 55-14 win over Cox for the second round of 6A South. Read or Share this story: http://www.13newsnow.com/story/sports/high-school/2014/11/21/oscar-smith-55-cox-14-extra-highlights/19383749/
Mike Nichols’ career highlights
“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” 1966. Won five Oscars. • “The Graduate,” 1967. Won one Oscar for Best Director. • “Carnal Knowledge,” 1971. • “Silkwood,” 1983. • “Heartburn,” 1986. • “Working Girl,” 1988. Won one Oscar.
Highlights from Mike Nichols' multi-genre career
Here are some of them: — "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," 1966. Won five Oscars. — "The Graduate," 1967. Won one Oscar for Best Director. — "Catch-22," 1970. — "Carnal Knowledge," 1971. — "Silkwood," 1983. — "Heartburn," 1986. — "Working ...