Jamie Dornan likes to "sneak" in on his wife and watch her work.The 'Robin Hood' actor - who has daughters Dulcie, four, and Elva, two, with pregnant spouse Amelia Warner - loves seeing the musician work on new pieces, but admitted he does get worried about catching a glimpse of himself as the 'Please, Please Please, Let Me Get What I Want' singer likes to compose to images she projects onto a big screen.He admitted: "I watch her work quite a lot...I sneak into her studio and watch her..."I don't think I could handle it if it was my face [on the screen]."While the 36-year-old actor had been working for some time before landing the role of serial killer Paul Spector in 'The Fall', he considers that the "start" of his career because it changed his life.He told the i newspaper: "Everything changed with 'The Fall'."In a way, you can mark that as the start. It was such a big show, it was received so well. I might never do anything [again like that] - particularly the first season, where you … [Read more...] about Jamie Dornan watches wife work
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Dear Ann Cannon • I have had a wonderful, close relationship with my aunt for my entire life. She has always been a great confidante and has helped me surmount some very difficult experiences in life. I have been lucky enough to have a truly honest relationship with her in which we are both confident in the unconditional love we have for one another. At the beginning of this year, I had a very serious and devastating personal crisis, which I struggled for months to work through. When I spoke with my aunt about my situation, she made comments and asked questions that deeply and seriously questioned my very standards and character — traits I genuinely believed she had watched me work hard to improve (I thought) successfully. The things she said were hurtful and called into question the very foundation of our connection. When I tried to clarify what she was asking, she doubled down and said I couldn’t blame her for thinking what she did. I felt completely blindsided, … [Read more...] about Ask Ann Cannon: I thought my aunt liked me. Then she revealed her true feelings.
The following is a script from "Philip Seymour Hoffman" which aired on Feb. 9, 2014. Steve Kroft is the correspondent. John Hamlin, producer.When the actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his apartment last week from an apparent heroin overdose it came as a shock to all but his closest friends and family. How he came to die that way, at the height of his fame, is still a mystery, although this was not Hoffman's first battle with drug addiction. He was only 46 years old, but he had already created a lifetime's worth of memorable characters and the New York Times, in a front page obituary, called him perhaps the greatest actor of his generation. He was in talent, in temperament and commitment a true artist…intense, introspective, sensitive, and obsessed with his work. He did not often sit still for long interviews, but he did for us back in 2006, as his career was taking off. He had just received an Academy Award nomination for best actor in the film "Capote" and … [Read more...] about Philip Seymour Hoffman: Life, work and demons
(CBS News) Babies aren't everyone's cup of tea. And now there's a tool that helps delete photos of babies from Facebook. A new Google Chrome extension sets out to replace photos in your Facebook news feed by swapping out cuddly kids with anything of your choosing.The browser extension UnBaby.me works by using keywords to filter out photos of babies and replace them with any photo feed. UnBabyMe has only been around for about a week, but has already gotten 70,000 "likes" on Facebook and almost 30,000 users. In an interview with CBS News, the creators of UnBaby.me, Pete Marquis, Chris Baker and Yvonne Cheng said they were tired of their Facebook feed being overrun with photos of babies. Marquis added that there is a sense of obligation to like photos of babies. The browser extension was created in good humor, however. And they hope that's how it is received. Cheng said they realize some people might be offended, but it's mostly been well-received - possibly due to the tongue-in-cheek … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo UnBaby.me deletes baby pictures from Facebook
Former Agent Says, 'Border Patrol Does Good Work ... But There's Tension There' Listen · 6:32 6:32 Toggle more options Download Embed Embed <iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/582706287/583583452" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> Transcript Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email Enlarge this image A view of the U.S.-Mexico border fence on the outskirts of Nogales, Mexico. Francisco Cantú says people always find ways up, over, under or around border fences. Brian Skoloff/AP hide caption toggle caption Brian Skoloff/AP A view of the U.S.-Mexico border fence on the outskirts of Nogales, Mexico. Francisco Cantú says people always find ways up, over, under or around border fences. Brian Skoloff/AP About 10 years ago, a recent college graduate named Francisco Cantú told his mother what seemed like good news: He got a job. "I think she was … [Read more...] about Former Agent Says, ‘Border Patrol Does Good Work … But There’s Tension There’