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2009-02-09 20:23:14

The F-bombs in Hollywood actor Mickey Rourke's BAFTA acceptance speech were bleeped out when the U.K.

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2009-02-06 08:20:00

US director-producer Darren Aronofsky said this week he understands why Welsh-born actor Christian Bale lost his temper on a film set last summer.

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2008-12-23 19:04:23

U.S. actress Marisa Tomei says it took her a little while to decide she wanted the role in The Wrestler that director Darren Aronofsky offered her. In the film, Tomei portrays an aging stripper and the love interest of the title character played by Mickey Rourke.

2008-12-13 13:23:13

The upcoming U.S.

2008-09-24 15:00:35

By Geoffrey Macnab Gender scene Mickey Rourke puts his pecker in the popcorn in Barry Levinson's 'Diner' (1982) Men are beasts. They want only one thing and they'll lie and cheat to get it. Women are sweet-natured, romantic and fiercely protective of their virtue.

2008-09-15 06:00:26

By Susan Wloszczyna TORONTO -- How much does director Darren Aronofsky love Mickey Rourke? Enough to rush off to a festival gift lounge to grab some doggie duds for Loki, the actor's adored Chihuahua-terrier mix.

2008-09-10 06:00:18

By Steven Rea Last year's Toronto International Film Festival launched more than a few exceptionally good, and, as things turned out, Oscar- contending titles: "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly,""Eastern Promises,""Juno,""Michael Clayton,""No Country for Old Me" and "Persepolis" among them.

2008-09-08 15:00:42

Mickey Rourke's new film role as a lonely has-been wrestler took the Venice Film Festival by storm yesterday. Those behind The Wrestler received a standing ovation from some reporters during the US film's press conference, as parallels were drawn with Rourke's own troubled past.


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