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Michael Douglas feels a little "underestimated" in Hollywood · 2014-12-09 17:36

Even with two Oscars, two Golden Globes, an Emmy, and countless other accolades, Michael Douglas feels “underestimated” in Hollywood.

The veteran actor, who has starred in a myriad of films, opened up to GQ magazine about his career insecurities.”I’ve always felt a little underestimated, personally,” he said in a recent interview with the mag. “I’ve got a pretty good batting average over forty years. Sometimes maybe it looked easy.”

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18.8.2018 21:31 Chinese FM Says Beijing Ready to Boost Ties With Iran Amid US Sanctions

BEIJING (Sputnik) - China is ready to develop further cooperation with Iran and condemns the use of unilateral sanctions in international relations, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Saturday during a phone conversation with his Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif.


18.8.2018 21:24 Gruesome Murder in Colorado: Man Accused of Slaying Wife, Two Kids - Court

The body of pregnant 34-year-old Shanann Watts was found Thursday on a property owned by Anadarko Petroleum, where her husband worked, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation reported. The police also discovered the bodies of their two kids, who had been submerged in crude oil for four days before being recovered.


18.8.2018 20:32 Iran Not a Pushover and Will Never Become a US Vassal State – Analyst

The National Iranian American Council has opined that Washington's newly-established Iran Action Group will try to destabilize the Islamic Republic and disrupt its diplomatic efforts. Speaking to Radio Sputnik, Mahan Abedin, Iran analyst at Middle East Eye and director of Dysart Consulting, has shared his views on the US' Iran strategy.


18.8.2018 19:40 Death Toll From Collapse of Motorway Bridge in Genoa Rises to 43 – Reports

ROME (Sputnik) – The number of victims of the recent collapse of a section of Morandi motorway bridge in Genoa increased to 43 people on Saturday, as one of those severely injured has passed away at a hospital, RaiNews24 reported.


18.8.2018 19:34 Putin at Talks With Merkel: Nord Stream 2 Exclusively Economic Project (VIDEO)

Putin arrived in Berlin from Austria where he attended the wedding ceremony of Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl earlier in the day.


18.8.2018 19:20 Stabbing Attack in Southern France Kills One, Injures Another Person - Reports

A knife-stabbing attack in Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux, France has resulted in the death of one person and another being wounded, France News 24 reported. The incident took place in the parking lot of a supermarket.


18.8.2018 18:57 Clinton Saga Continues: Watchdog Publishes New Batches of Hillary’s Emails

The email scandal continues to haunt Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state and ex-Democratic presidential nominee, as Judicial Watch, a non-profit conservative organization, has unearthed two new batches of Clinton's emails and called for a new investigation into her mishandling of classified government data.


18.8.2018 18:55 Terror Funding: Asia Pacific Watchdog Asks Pakistan to Enact Tougher Laws

A six-member delegation of the Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering, which included officials from the US, Turkey, China and the UK, visited Pakistan to assess the implementation of the recommendations of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) for curbing money laundering and the financing of terrorism.


18.8.2018 18:13 India-Russia Collaboration Can Change Global Aviation - Indian Minister

In a function held on Friday evening in Aerocity Delhi, Aeroflot India celebrated the diamond jubilee of flights on the Moscow-Delhi route. Aeroflot marked the occasion by thanking its patrons and well-wishers with an evening get together.


18.8.2018 18:8 Caught in the Middle: How Trump's Anti-Iran Sanctions Inflicting Pain on Iraqis

Baghdad is walking a tightrope between Iran and the US following the resumption of anti-Iranian measures by Donald Trump. Given Iraq's close political and economic ties with the Islamic Republic the US sanctions could hurt it severely and push it further into the arms of Tehran.


18.8.2018 18:4 UK Military Academy Cadets Investigated for Waterboarding Claims - Reports

A prestigious British military academy was rocked by reports of a waterboarding allegedly performed on one young man by his fellow cadets.


18.8.2018 17:40 Erdogan Re-Elected as Chairman of Turkey's Ruling Justice and Development Party

ANKARA (Sputnik) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan was re-elected as chairman of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) at its congress in Ankara, the results of the vote showed on Saturday.


18.8.2018 17:16 Erdogan: Turkey to Continue Counterterror Operations in Syria, Iraq

ANKARA (Sputnik) - The Turkish troops will proceed with counterterrorism operations in Syrian and Iraqi regions bordering Turkey, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday.


18.8.2018 17:12 Former UN Chief Kofi Annan: A Five-Decade-Long Career in 5 Points

One of the most celebrated diplomats in modern history, Kofi Annan was probably best known as former UN Secretary-General. He was a vocal supporter of international peace and the rule of law, praised by fellow human rights advocates as a great statesman and a committed internationalist.


18.8.2018 17:1 'We Won't Surrender': Erdogan Accuses US of Plotting 'Economic Coup' in Turkey

Earlier, the Turkish President warned of far-reaching consequences in the event the United States continues to disrespect Ankara's sovereignty amid the ongoing deterioration in bilateral relations.


18.8.2018 16:33 UK Minister: EU Officials Aware ‘No Deal’ Brexit Will Hurt Europe Economy

A British cabinet member has said top European officials are aware a “hard Brexit” would significantly impair the quality of life for most households across the European continent, and that Brussels appears to understand a bad compromise on Brexit would be better than a good trade deal and diplomatic rift.


18.8.2018 16:16 Trump Slams Ex-CIA Chief Brennan as 'Political Hack Who Cannot Be Trusted'

US President Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to speak about former CIA Director John Brennan three days after he revoked the latter's security clearance.


18.8.2018 15:44 Trump Accuses Social Media of Discriminating Against Conservatives

US President Donald Trump has lashed out at social media networks following a recent report, saying that Twitter was allegedly limiting the ability of users to search for prominent Republicans.


18.8.2018 15:43 Daesh Attacks US Forces in Deir ez-Zor - Reports

Turkey's Anadolu news agency has reported, citing local sources that Daesh* militants tried to drive a bomb-laden vehicle into the housing facility of US soldiers, but the vehicle was destroyed by US-led coalition planes.


18.8.2018 15:40 Iranian Naval Destroyer Reportedly Gets 1st Locally-Made Ship-to-Air Missiles

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The destroyer of the Iranian Navy was first equipped with a domestically-made ship-to-air missile system designed to combat anti-ship missiles, Tasnim reported Saturday.






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