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By Holly Leber and Casey Phillips, Chattanooga Times/Free Press, Tenn. Aug.
By Ellen McCarthy WASHINGTON -- When Kevin Costner was 18, he wanted to drive across the country with friends. His friends wouldn't come, so he went by himself. When he was 19, he wanted to go work on fishing boats. He implored his buddies to join him, but they refused. He went on without them.
By MAL VINCENT By Mal Vincent The Virginian-Pilot Kevin Costner has turned out three of the best-loved classics of all time ("Field of Dreams,""Bull Durham" and "Dances With Wolves"). He also has turned out three of the most notorious financial flops ("Waterworld,""The Postman,""Wyatt Earp").
By Mal Vincent, The Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Va. Aug. 1--Kevin Costner has turned out three of the best-loved classics of all time ("Field of Dreams,""Bull Durham" and "Dances With Wolves").
By Carla Meyer, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Jul. 28--SAN FRANCISCO -- Kevin Costner doesn't make sequels. That's why you haven't seen a "Field of Dreams II" or a "Buller Durham." Costner prefers stand-alone stories with a "beginning, middle and an end," he says.
By Michael Janusonis BOSTON Kevin Costner looks haggard and drawn and a little remote when he first sits down to talk about his new movie, Swing Vote, which opens Friday.