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Costner

(ˈkɒstnə)
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(Biography) Kevin. born 1955, US film actor: his films include Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1990), Dances with Wolves (1990; also directed), JFK (1991), Waterworld (1995), Open Range (2003), and the TV mini-series Hatfields & McCoys (2012)
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But in the overheated (yet undercooked) melodrama "The Art of Racing in the Rain," those thoughts belong to a dog, voiced by Kevin Costner, who articulates the frustration that his character can't communicate with the struggling race car driver (Milo Ventimiglia) who owns him.
[USA], June 23 (ANI): Kevin Costner took a stroll down the memory lane and reminisced his time prior to being cast in the 1989 fantasy sports-drama film 'Field of Dreams' and remembered late actor Robin Williams.
Since rising to prominence with his portrayal of agent Eliot Ness in The Untouchables more than three decades ago, Kevin Costner has gone on to win legions of fans.
KEVIN Costner says he likes to "play hard" so his "beautiful wife" is not tempted to stray.
MADRID - A new film starring Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson takes a fresh angle on the bloody tale of outlaw duo Bonnie and Clyde, focusing instead on the two detectives who ended the lovers' criminal rampage across the United States.
Movie poster -- IMDb Set during the American Civil War, "Dances with Wolves" both stars and is directed by famed Hollywood star Kevin Costner. Here, Costner portrays Lieutenant John Dunbar, hailed as a hero by the Union soldiers yet disillusioned with America.
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When seasoned CIA agent Bill Pope (Reynolds) falls victim to the deadly machinations of terrorist Xavier Heimdahl (Jordi Molla), his memories and skill set are implanted into the brain of Jericho Stewart (Kevin Costner), a hardened criminal and sociopath, in the hope of retracing the events that would help stop the diabolical plan of the trash-talking Spanish anarchist.
CRIMINAL (15) THE title of Ariel Vromen's lumbering London-set thriller refers not only to Kevin Costner's unhinged anti-hero, who has spent most of his life behind bars, but also to the film's shocking waste of Oscar-calibre talent.
Twenty-five years ago the prophetic declaration "If you build it, they will come" sounded across an Iowa cornfield in "Field of Dreams." Kevin Costner, the film's star, has crafted his career along the lines of that advice, creating an oeuvre to which auds have flocked--and which the industry has rewarded with multiple kudos.
And despite a starry cast including Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner and Frank Langella, this drama about the ins and outs of signing a star player to an American Football team sure ain't going to be setting our box office alight.