Edward norton

In a viral Twitter thread, the "Fight Club" actor said the president "doesn't have the cards" and urged Americans to "Call. His. Bluff."
Apparently, he was all wrong, all wrong, all wrong for the Marvel character.
Recently, I’ve found myself in places I never imaged, from sharing the stage with actor Edward Norton at the Tribeca Film
Nature and art, Leo's passions, inform his political views. Again from DiCaprio's experience: In Canada for the filming of
During Marvel's announcements about their third phase of films, there was some surprise among fans over the lack of a solo "Incredible Hulk" film. This led some to wonder whether Marvel even had the rights to do a Hulk film.
The deal is, if you can spare a few bucks, you will really be helping people like this who lost his wife and daughter when a missile tore through the house that he built for them in Syria. This father (featured above) is also battling stomach cancer and has not been able to afford treatment due to lack of health insurance.
"If we don’t welcome people like this into our communities ... then we’re not the country we tell ourselves we are."
A seven-part photo series about a Syrian family whose home was destroyed by missiles elicited thousands of comments on Facebook
When Edward Norton thinks about a trip of a lifetime, visiting Campi ya Kanzi, the Maasai community-owned eco-lodge in the Chyulu Hills of Kenya holds a top spot on his bucket list.
Last month, when President Obama visited Kenya to participate in the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, he regrettably did not have the opportunity to visit the important region of southern Kenya to see firsthand how economic growth is fueled by partnerships.