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Rush (2013)

Directed by Ron Howard, Rush is a sport-drama that stars Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Brühl, Olivia Wilde and Alexandra Maria Lara. The fast-paced big screen recreation tells the story of the rivalry between Niki Lauda and James Hunt as they battle it out to be the Formula 1 champion of the world. 171 more words


$27M - 31 Acres of Understated Greenwich Casual Lifestyle or $24M of 3 Acres of Opulent Darien Waterfront - Which Would you Pick?

200 Guards Rd came on the market yesterday as a brand new listing – built in 2004 – it is 16,000 Sf of casual living and a sporty lifestyle…. 108 more words

Retro review--A look at Michael Keaton in Ron Howard's Night Shift

In light of Michael Keaton’s Academy Award nomination for best actor in the new film Birdman, we’re launching Michael Keaton Week here at borg.com.  Last year Keaton played a dramatic role as a business executive trying to sell America on bipedal drone security and law enforcement that led to the creation of a well-known cyborg in the remake of… 491 more words


The 2015 Critics' Choice Movie Awards: Cries for Diversity in Hollywood

The 2015 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards was filled with all sorts of glamour as Hollywood’s elite rubbed shoulders with reporters, anxious to find out which films were hailed as the best of this past year. 1,000 more words


Critics Choice Awards Winners announced

Michael Strahan hosted the award show chosen by critics and, unsurprisingly, Birdman, Boyhood and The Grand Budapest Hotel walked away with many top honors. 792 more words


Boyhood and Birdman Fly High at the 2015 Critics Choice Awards

The Broadcast Film Critics Assn.’s Critics Choice Awards split top awards between best picture winner “Boyhood” and “Birdman”.  The Broadcast Film Critics Assn. consists of nearly 300 reviewers from TV, radio and online. 309 more words

Award Shows

On January 15 "Happy Days" made its television debut...

On January 15, 1974, “Happy Days” made its debut on ABC.

The series, created by Garry Marshall and starred Ron Howard and Henry Winkler, lasted 11 seasons, and took place in the mid-1950s to mid-1960s. 80 more words