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Stoke winger Michael Kightly insists the actions of players like Liverpool's Luis Suarez are ruining the game.
Documentary reveals guilty pleasures of art house director renowned for bleak films
Stoke manager Tony Pulis is keeping tabs on Michael Owen now the striker is a free agent but admits he is only one of a number of players under consideration this summer.
The FBI has enlisted an unlikely ally in its fight against insider trading and securities fraud: Gordon Gekko, the villainous executive from 1987 movie Wall Street, who told an audience of potential investors: "Greed, for want of a better word, is good."
Twenty-two years in the making, Oliver Stone's Wall Street sequel starts as a meaty, grown-up drama in which wealth and testosterone waft intoxicatingly from the screen.
Stoke midfielder Dean Whitehead is concerned the controversy over comments made by Fulham captain Danny Murphy about the Potters' playing style may be impacting on their season.
It's amazing he has managed to do any acting at all, such has been his appetite for alcohol, cocaine and prostitutes. But will his latest indiscretion finally wreck his career? Don't bet on it
Break open the Brylcreem: Gekko is back – but this time he's not so slick
Director Oliver Stone today described his sequel to Wall Street as a film about family and betrayal.
Michael Douglas' son has pleaded guilty to trafficking large quantities of methamphetamine and cocaine.
Carey Mulligan received rave reviews for her role in An Education. Next up is Wall Street 2 for Oliver Stone, and Jim Sheridan's Brothers. James Mottram talks to Britain's fastest-rising star
What could Kiefer Sutherland do after a massive hit series? Something out of this world, he tells Lesley O'Toole