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The Billy Bob Tapes

Author: Billy Bob Thornton
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448132754
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There is – and could only ever be – one Billy Bob Thornton: actor, musician, Academy Award-winning screenwriter, and accidental Hollywood badass. In The Billy Bob Tapes, he spins colourful tales of his dirt-poor Southern upbringing, his Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (fear of komodo dragons and antiques), his life, his loves (including his marriage to fellow Oscar winner Angelina Jolie), and, of course, his movie career. The Billy Bob Tapes is full of incredible stories and righteous philosophical rants, told with the help of his close friend, legendary country music star and bestselling author, Kinky Friedman. Put these two iconoclasts together and you get a story that’s not just a celebrity memoir, but a unique, hilarious and insightful pop culture manifesto.

Celebrity Biographies The Amazing Life Of Angelina Jolie Famous Actors

Author: Matt Green
Publisher: Matt Green
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Ever wondered how Angelina Jolie rose to stardom? Often described for her blue eyes, sexy look and big plump lips, Angelina Jolie became famous after her role as the video game character Lara Croft, in the movie Lara Croft: Tomb Raider in 2001. In 2005 she became even more famous when she and the famous actor Brad Pitt announced their relationship. Their pictures were on almost every magazine cover. Ever since her stardom from Lara Croft, she has become a household name. People call her Lara Croft, Mrs. Smith, Fox, Salt and all the other kick ass main characters names she has convincingly portrayed. Angelina also went for more dramatic roles such as her Academy Award winning portrayal of an addict in the movie Girl Interrupted and her role as a devastated mother in the movie Changeling. For more interesting facts you must read her biography. Grab Your biography book now!

Celebrity Biographies The Amazing Life Of Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Famous Stars

Author: Matt Green
Publisher: Matt Green
ISBN:
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Ever wondered how Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie rose to stardom? Brad Pitt is more than just a pretty face, though. In addition to his good looks and acting talent, the Shawnee, Oklahoma native is also an admirable human being, having struggled to attain his success, and a person who gives back to society and is concerned with social issues. Pitt never graduated from university, dropping out two weeks before graduation, several credits shy of his degree. He packed his bags and drove off in his Datsun, whom he named Runaround Sue, leaving Missouri behind to try to make a name for himself as an actor in Los Angeles. The famous Angelina Jolie as we know her now was actually born as Angelina Jolie Voight, daughter of actor Jon Voight and actress/model Marcheline Bertrand. She was born in Los Angeles, California. When she was just 2 years old, her parents split up. Her mother moved Angelina and her brother James, to the Pallisades in the state of New York City. Angelina got bullied in high school for being too thin, for having scars, for not having a car, for wearing glasses and having to wear braces. She also got rejected in her pursuit of getting a modeling contract for the same reasons as her bullies said. For more interesting facts you must read the biographies! Grab your books now!

Cormac Mccarthy And Performance

Author: Satcey Peebles
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 1477312064
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Cormac McCarthy is renowned as the author of popular and acclaimed novels such as Blood Meridian, All the Pretty Horses, and The Road. Throughout his career, however, McCarthy has also invested deeply in writing for film and theater, an engagement with other forms of storytelling that is often overlooked. He is the author of five screenplays and two plays, and he has been significantly involved with three of the seven film adaptations of his work. In this book, Stacey Peebles offers the first extensive overview of this relatively unknown aspect of McCarthy's writing life, including the ways in which other artists have interpreted his work for the stage and screen. Drawing on many primary sources in McCarthy's recently opened archive, as well as interviews, Peebles covers the 1977 televised film The Gardener's Son; McCarthy's unpublished screenplays from the 1980s that became the foundation for his Border Trilogy novels and No Country for Old Men; various successful and unsuccessful productions of his two plays; and all seven film adaptations of his work, including John Hillcoat's The Road (2009) and the Coen brothers' Oscar-winning No Country for Old Men (2007). Emerging from this narrative is the central importance of tragedy—the rich and varied portrayals of violence and suffering and the human responses to them—in all of McCarthy's work, but especially his writing for theater and film.