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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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The top medical adviser on COVID-19 issues is now working with now sworn-in US President Joe Biden on the government’s response to the pandemic.


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The second Senate trial of Donald Trump is scheduled to begin the week of 8 February, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has announced, as the former US president is facing a second impeachment for "incitement of insurrection" following the Capitol riots on 6 January.


25.1.2021 7:24 Denmark Sets Aim at 'Zero Asylum Seekers', Promises Crackdown on Political Islam

At over 800,000, immigrants and their descendants account for some 14 percent of the Danish population of 5.8 million, with Turks, Syrians and Iraqis ranking among the most numerous immigrant communities.


25.1.2021 7:10 Australia Greenlights Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The COVID-19 vaccine by the Pfizer Australia Pty biopharmaceutical company has become the first vaccine to receive regulatory approval in Australia, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) announced on Monday.


25.1.2021 6:53 UK to Begin Work on 'Loyal Wingman' Uncrewed Combat Aircraft Production, Reports Say

The production of the high-speed drone received greenlight after the UK government invested £30million into the project that, according to the Ministry of Defence, will support over 200 jobs in Northern Ireland.


25.1.2021 6:53 South Korea Culled Nearly 22Mln Farm Birds in 2 Months Due to Bird Flu, Reports Suggest

SEOUL (Sputnik) - Outbreaks of avian influenza at poultry farms across South Korea have prompted the culling of 21.7 million birds since late November, South Korean news agency Yonhap reported on Monday, citing the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.


25.1.2021 6:49 Bikinis Break Barriers as Indian Models Combat Moral Policing, Body Shaming Head On

Bikinis are still a taboo in most parts of India, where exposing one's skin is considered a breach of culture and moral values. Nevertheless, Indian women are gradually shedding their inhibitions and embracing beachwear like other normal clothing, thanks to models who have been at the forefront in the battle against moral policing and body-shaming.


25.1.2021 6:41 UK Could Become a 'Failed State' Without Nationwide Reforms, Ex-Prime Minister Gordon Brown Says

Brown, who served as UK Prime Minister in 2007-2010, shared his views on the future of the COVID-stricken country in a Daily Telegraph column late on Sunday.


25.1.2021 6:37 Ex-White House Spokeswoman Sanders to Launch Campaign for Arkansas Governor, Reports Suggest

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a former White House press secretary who served for Donald Trump's communications team, is expected to announce her bid to run for Arkansas governor later in the day, the Politico news outlet reported on Monday, citing people familiar with her plans.


25.1.2021 6:37 Russian Health Watchdog Makes World's 1st Micrograph of UK Strain of COVID-19

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Scientists from Russia's public health watchdog, Rospotrebnadzor, have captured the world's first microscope image of the new coronavirus strain detected in the United Kingdom, the watchdog announced Monday.


25.1.2021 6:28 One of Stockholm's Oldest Churches Suffers Second Attack in Less Than a Week

Having been firebombed with Molotov cocktails barely several days ago, the Spånga church was hit by yet another attack, that has sparked near-universal condemnation.


25.1.2021 6:17 The Inequality Virus: Indian Billionaires' Wealth Increased by 35% During Lockdown, Says Oxfam

The world's top 10 wealthiest people, including Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Warren Buffett, have seen their fortunes increase by half a trillion dollars since the COVID-19 crisis broke out, according to a report released by an international NGO.


25.1.2021 5:52 Scores of Troops Reportedly Injured as 'Minor Face-off' Erupts Between India, China

India and China held their ninth round of military commander-level talks on Sunday after a two-month hiatus to ease the tensions along the Line of Actual Control. The 10-month long border stand-off erupted after the two sides accused each other of violating border agreements in eastern Ladakh.


25.1.2021 5:50 Tory MPs Reportedly Revolt Against Further Remote Learning Amid Warning of 'Lost Generation of Kids'

Over the weekend, UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock hailed the vaccination rollout as making “brilliant progress”, yet was forced to acknowledge that the NHS was still struggling under intense pressure and hopes for an easing of lockdown restrictions in the country were a “long, long, long way” off.


25.1.2021 5:32 Price Tag on Fun: Brits Warned About Hefty Fines for Snowball Fights or Sledging Amid Lockdown

The coronavirus pandemic has forced people to adjust their lives to a new reality, forgoing some of activities that used to be taken for granted, even seemingly innocent ones. Not everyone is pleased with such arrangements, though; certainly not Brits who have been discouraged from enjoying traditional winter pastimes.


25.1.2021 5:10 Danish Prime Minister Burned in Effigy During Violent Anti-Lockdown Protests - Photos

To curb the spread of more transmissible new coronavirus strains, Denmark introduced a partial lockdown, followed by other strict measures to contain the epidemic, including a ban on gatherings of over five people. So far, Denmark has seen over 194,500 Covid-19 cases and close to 2,000 deaths.


25.1.2021 4:57 CDC Has No Exact Estimates of COVID-19 Vaccine Supply in US, New Chief Says

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has no exact estimates of the coronavirus vaccine supply in the US, the new CDC director, Rochelle Walensky, said.


25.1.2021 4:50 On Verge of Collapse? As COVID-19 Keeps Claiming Its Toll, Israeli Hospitals Struggle to Stay Afloat

Although Israel's health care system is considered one of the best in the world, professionals are complaining that the most recent wave of the pandemic has created an unprecedented situation that is putting a strain on the country's hospitals and staff.


25.1.2021 4:0 Security Beefed Up Across India for Republic Day Amid Call For Tractor Rally by Agitated Farmers

The country is all set to celebrate its Republic Day on 26 January. This year, the country will celebrate its 72nd Republic Day, as the Indian constitution came into effect on 26 January 1950. Every year, a grand parade is held at the Delhi's Rajpath to showcase the country's military capabilities, rich cultural heritage and diversity.


25.1.2021 3:37 Five People, Unborn Child Killed in Mass Shooting in Indianapolis, Police Say

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Four people, a pregnant woman and her unborn child were all killed in a shooting in Indianapolis, police said.






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