Kevin Costner News Archive
America LOVES the Hatfields & McCoys!
13.9 million viewers tuned in on Monday night to the first 2-hour installment of The History Channel's 3-part miniseries, which stars Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton as the feuding families' patriarchs.
As a result, the History Channel has officially made history because the western has become was the most-watched non-sports show ever on ad-supported cable TV.
Yeah, it's a mouthful of a record, but an impressive one nonetheless. To put it into perspective, the top show of
Ahhh! It's all coming together!!!
The play adaptation will feature Heather Headley, as she takes on Whitney's role and Lloyd Owen as the bodyguard, Kevin Costner's character in the film.
Check out a behind the scenes sneak peek (above)!!!
Looks like the show is really gearing up to be something special! We hope it would make Whitney proud.
Want to hear more of Heather taking on So Emotional? Take a look at the video of her in the studio (below)!
But what you may not know is that he was this-close to not saying anything!
We all cope in different ways, and Kevy's way was staying silent. It was gonna stay that way too until Whitney's cousin, Dionne Warwick, made a very important phone call.
Kevin explains what changed his mind
Seacrest has just put his six bedroom, 6 ½ bath Mediterranean mansion for sale for $11,985,000!!!
The Hollywood Hills pad has a 10,000 square-foot main house and also includes a guest house, pool, tennis court, wine cellar and screening room!
The house previously belonged to
Kevin Costner protected Whitney Houston in The Bodyguard, but he also looked out for her in real life too. While appearing on an episode of Anderson, airing this Thursday, the actor discussed his co-star's passing and revealed he never stopped caring about her over the years.
Like the rest of us, he was on the outside looking in on her life, but when he heard she was struggling with addiction, he reached out. Several times throughout the "last seven or eight years," the actor wrote letters of encouragement for Whitney to stay sober. Whether or not she actually read them is still a mystery.
That's not all he had to say about the tragic loss of a musical icon either. Anderson Cooper asked about Costner's eulogy at the singer's funeral, during which he specifically addressed Bobbi Kristina. Find out why the actor sympathizes with her and felt it was necessary to address her at that moment … AFTER THE JUMP!